Australian Rotary Health PhD Scholarships – Polycystic Kidney Disease

Applications close
15 June 2022 - Internal deadline
Payment per year
$30,000 per annum
Duration
1 year - renewable for up to 3 years subject to satisfactory progress
Program
Doctor of Philosophy
Degree
Postgraduate Research
Citizenship
Australian Citizens
Australian Permanent Residents
New Zealand Citizens
Permanent Humanitarian Visa Holders
International Students
Type of Scholarship
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
Academic
Financial Need
Rural Regional and Remote Areas
Students with Disabilities
Available In
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Available To
Future
Commencing
Current

Australian Rotary Health/ PKD Australia Ltd

‘The Pamela Maud Ratcliff’ PKD PhD Scholarship

It is intended that the Funding Partner Scholarship will provide salary and incidental support for a postgraduate student who is undertaking full time research into Polycystic Kidney Disease.

Eligibility

Applicants must be:

  • an Australian citizen or have Australian Permanent Resident status, and not be under bond to any foreign government. Evidence of citizenship (citizenship certificate, birth certificate, passport) or residential status must accompany the application.
  • about to commence, or in their first year of a PhD only – studying full-time

 

NOTE: Overseas PhD students can apply for scholarships on confirmation of the following:

  • Tuition fees to applicants chosen Australian University are paid (unless fees are waived by the university).
  • Applicant to have confirmed a supervisor for their research work and a university with confirmed of their enrolment.
  • Applicant to have agreed to stay in Australia for the term of the PhD – up to 3.5 years.

Funding Source

The Funding Partners scholarship offered here relies on a funding partnership between Australian Rotary Health/PKD Australia Ltd ‘The Pamela Maud Ratcliff’ PKD PhD Scholarship and your university/institution.  Australian Rotary Health/PKD Australia Ltd ‘The Pamela Maud Ratcliff’ PKD PhD Scholarship provides $19,000 p.a and your University/Institute, Department/School or Laboratory would be required to provide $11,000 p.a for the duration of the 3 year scholarship.  Confirmation that University funds are available to commit to this scholarship MUST accompany this application.

Applying

Please see the Australian Rotary Health website for further details including requirements for applicants and how to apply.

Applications and supporting documents must be submitted via the Adelaide Graduate Centre. Please direct correspondence to research.scholarships@adelaide.edu.au  

Please note internal application deadline of:  15 June 2022