The University of Newcastle has a scholarship opportunity for a research student to study ‘medical identity’ in medical students enrolled in the UON BMed Sci course. This award is open to domestic and international students.
The aim of the program is to enable applicants to embark on an independent career in academic stroke research.
Nice opportunity for international students.
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- University or Organization: University of Newcastle
- Department: NA
- Course Level: PhD programme
- Award: $26,682
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: Not Given
- Nationality: International
- Program can be taken in Australia
- Application Deadline: Closed
- Language: English
- Eligible Countries: Applicants of all nationalities can apply for the opportunity .
- Study Subject: The grant is awarded in the field of medical identity.
- Eligibility Criteria: This study program is open to domestic and international students.
How to Apply:
- In the disciplines of education, medical physics, nursing, social work, social sciences, and surgery have completed a minimum standard of professional experience as required by the Assistant Dean (Research Training) on the recommendation of the School; An Australian honors degree with Class 1 or Class 2 Division 1. For international students, a four-year bachelor degree including a significant research training component attained at a high standard is commonly considered equivalent to an Australian honors degree
- If you are interested, please send your application via email.
- College Admission Requirement: Entrance Requirements: a four-year bachelor degree including a significant research training component.
- English Language Requirements: All applicants must meet the English Language Proficiency requirements of the Standard prior to their admission, by demonstrating completion of a recognized qualification.
- Award: $26,682 p.a. (2017 rate, indexed in January each year), for 3.5 years.