Macquarie University Research Excellence Scholarship (MQRES)

Macquarie University

The Macquarie University Research Excellence Scholarship (MQRES) scheme funds both domestic and international Higher Degree Research scholarships. The conditions of award are generally the same as the Australian Postgraduate Award scheme (APA). These PhD scholarships are made available to fund postgraduate students of exceptional research promise as they undertake their research in the university's identified concentrations of research excellence.
Eligibility: Macquarie University assesses applicants for scholarship based primarily on academic merit and research experience. A major prerequisite is eligibility for admission to a Higher Degree program at Macquarie University. Additional information such as competitively awarded prizes, scholarships or other awards, peer-reviewed publications, conference and poster presentations and relevant work or professional experience may also be taken into account. Interested candidates should discuss the availability of funded positions with their proposed supervisor before applying.
Application closing date: No closing date
Support Type: Scholarship,
Gender: Co-Ed
Frequency of Offer: Annual
Fields of Study: Accounting, Agriculture & Natural Resources, Architecture, Psychology, Built Environment, Business & Management, Communications, Computing & Information Technology, Creative Arts, Dental Studies, Economics, Education & Training, Engineering & Technology, Environmental Studies, Food & Hospitality, General Education & Employment Skills, Health Services & Support, Humanities & Social Sciences, Language & Literature, Law, Legal Studies, Mathematics, Medicine, Nursing, Personal Services, Pharmacy, Rehabilitation, Sciences, Social Work, Sport, Leisure & Recreation, Surveying, Tourism, Veterinary Studies & Animal Care, Welfare & Community Services, ELICOS course,
Location of Study: Sydney Metropolitan,
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