Education Desk
Scholarship Description
The Aberdeen-Curtin Alliance is offering Aberdeen Curtin Alliance PhD Scholarship to undertake a collaborative PhD in projects across a broad range of focus areas including energy and engineering, health and medicine, and business.
Curtin University is an Australian public research university based in Bentley, Perth, Western Australia. The university is named after the 14th Prime Minister of Australia, John Curtin, and is the largest university in Western Australia, with over 58,000 students.
Scholarship Provider
As Curtin University courses are taught in English, there are minimum English language requirements you must meet for admission. Entry is competitive and some courses require you to achieve a higher level than the minimum requirement.
Degree Level
Scholarship is available to pursue PhD programme.
Available Subject
Collaborative PhD in projects across a broad range of focus areas including energy and engineering, health and medicine, and business.
Scholarship Benefits
Students undertaking a collaborative PhD under the alliance are offered a seamless international experience as well as a fully funded scholarship with living stipend. The living stipend is paid by the home institution when the student is studying at the home institution, and then by the host when the student is offshore at the host institution. The stipend rates are payable at the rate for each country. Curtin University will pay it’s stipend at the Australian Government RTP scholarship base rate of AU$27, 596.00 (2019) per annum. The University of Aberdeen will pay the UK Research and Innovation National Minimum Doctoral Stipend for 2018/19 of £14,777 per annum.
Number of Scholarships
Five
Eligible Nationalities
Scholarship is available for New Zealand Citizen, Permanent Humanitarian Visa, International students, Australian Citizen and Australian Permanent Resident.
Entrance Requirements
Meet the standard PhD course entry requirements for both institutions.
Application Procedure
Provide an Expression of Interest (EOI) reflecting your academic background in the area of study, and why you are interested in pursuing a PhD in this field. The EOI should be a maximum of 500 words that must include your name, your project of interest in addition to your academic background and suitability. It would be great to attach your CV/Resume with your EOI and send these two files in PDF format on email to ac-alliance-at-curtin.edu.au.
Students will be expected to commence by April 2019.