If you are interested in becoming a Scholar, you must apply Australian Government Research Training (RTP) Domestic and International Stipend Scholarships which is sponsored by Southern Cross University.
They are providing multiple scholarship programs such as Ph.D. Scholarship – Redox in the rhizosphere: a new paradigm for plant phosphorus acquisition and PhD Scholarship – Soil organic matter storage in deep soils. This study program is available to domestic and international applicants only.
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Southern Cross University is a young and vibrant university actively engaged in research that is critical to the well-being of their region. They serve to create change that has an impact around the world. Southern provides the professional placements that are a feature of most degrees.
Why at Southern Cross University? Southern Cross University has been widely recognized for excellence and focuses on its research. Its Cross delivers degrees on campus and online, with a rich academic portfolio covering a wide range of disciplines
Application Deadline: 18 October 2019
University or Organization: Southern Cross University
Course Level: Research Program
Award: AU$28,092 per annum
Access Mode: Online
Number of Awards: Varies
Nationality: Domestic and International students
The award can be taken in Australia
Eligible Countries: Domestic and International students can apply for this grant.
Acceptable Course or Subjects: The grant will be awarded for Postgraduate (Research) in any subject offered by the university.
Admissible Criteria: Applicants must meet the following criteria:
For PhD Scholarship – Redox in the rhizosphere: a new paradigm for plant phosphorus acquisition
- Applicants must have an Honours or Master’s degree, undertaken in English, in a relevant field such as biogeochemistry, soil science, environmental chemistry, or environmental microbiology.
- Experience with electrochemistry, analytical chemistry, plant trials and/or bacterial culturing would be very favorable considered.
- International candidates are eligible to apply, however, if successful you will need to fund your own travel to Australia to commence studies and you will be responsible for obtaining and paying for any visas and associated requirements (e.g. overseas student health cover).
For PhD Scholarship – Soil organic matter storage in deep soils
- Applicants must have an Honours or Master’s degree, undertaken in English, in a related field such as biogeochemistry, soil science, environmental chemistry, or closely related. The project will involve extended periods of on-farm field sampling as well as intensive laboratory work.
- Applicants must have experience with isotope and/or soil techniques is preferred.
- International candidates are eligible to apply, however, if successful the successful candidate will need to fund their own travel to Australia to commence studies, application fees associated with any required visa and overseas health cover insurance expenses.
- International applicants may be required to undertake a Skype/Zoom interview.
How to Apply
To Apply: applicants are required to complete the application form on the Graduate School website. This is to ensure your eligibility to apply and that when submitting the application you supply the necessary supporting documentation.
- For PhD Scholarship – Redox in the rhizosphere: a new paradigm for plant phosphorus acquisition: Students must be sending their CV and a short (maximum one page) statement explaining how your research interests and experience align with the project to Professor Andrew Rose ([email protected]). Applications without this information or with statements longer than one page will not be considered.
- For PhD Scholarship – Soil organic matter storage in deep soils: Interested applicants should send a CV and short (< 1 page) statement highlighting their research background and interests, with respect to the criteria above, to Dr. Naomi Wells ([email protected]). Only short-listed applicants will be notified.
- For Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Domestic Stipend Scholarships: The Scholarship provides a living allowance of AU$28,092 per annum, (2020 rate indexed annually) tax-free, paid in fortnightly installments.
- For Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) International Tuition Fee Offset and Stipend Scholarships: The The studentships are available to international applicants only. This provides a living allowance of AU$28,092 per annum (2020 rate indexed annually) and a Tuition Fee Offset. Students must be enrolled as full-time, on-campus for the duration of their candidature.