Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarships (RTPS) - Indigenous Students

Applications open
1 May 2021
Applications close
6 June 2021
Payment per year
$44,674 (2021 rate)
Duration
Up to 3 years for a PhD, up to 2 years for a Masters
Degree
Postgraduate Research
Citizenship
Australian Citizens
Type of Scholarship
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
Available In
All Faculties
Available To
Future
Commencing
Current

Research Training Program Stipends (RTPS) are funded by the Australian Government to support full time PhD and Master by Research students who are commencing, or currently undertaking a higher degree by research program at the University of Adelaide.

Information and application dates here apply to Indigenous students only. Please refer to the separate entry for information about Research Training Program Stipends for international students and Research Training Program Stipends for domestic students.

Detailed information about eligibility criteria, stipend and allowances, and scholarship conditions can be found in the Conditions of Award.

Conditions of Award:

RTP Scholarships and University of Adelaide Research Scholarships (students who commence in 2021 onward)
RTP Scholarships and University of Adelaide Awards (students who commenced between 2018 and 2020)
RTP Scholarships and University of Adelaide Awards (students who commenced prior to 31 December 2017)

Enquiries: Adelaide Graduate Centre via scholarships@adelaide.edu.au

Applying: The awards are allocated as part of the Mid-Year Round (subject to funding) and Major Round of scholarship applications.  When open, applications must be submitted using the Online Application Form.

The University Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship policy is available on the University Policy website.

All eligible domestic students who enrol in a higher degree by research program at the University of Adelaide will be allocated a Australian Government Research Training Program Fees Offset Scholarship which entitles the holder to up to four years of full time fee funding for a doctoral degree or up to two years for a master by research degree.