UCL School of Energy and Resources is offering up to five Santos Scholarships for Australian and international students to commence their studies at university in Australia. Scholarships are awarded to the most outstanding students for studying either the MSc in Energy and Resources Management or PhD programs. The scholarship is tenable for two years (full time), subject to continued satisfactory academic progress.
Each year the UCL School of Energy and Resources, Australia awards up to five Santos Scholarships to the most outstanding students to study either the MSc in Energy and Resources Management or PhD programs.
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- Study Subject(s): Scholarships are awarded in the field of Energy and Resources Management.
- Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing full-time MSc and PhD programs.
- Scholarship Provider: University College London, Australia Campus
- Scholarship can be taken at Australia
The scholarship is open to Australian and international students to study full-time on the MSc in Energy and Resources Management and PhD programs. The scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic excellence and potential. Financial circumstances are not taken into account.
Scholarship Open for International Students: The scholarship is open to Australian and international students.
The number of awards (s): Up to five Santos Scholarships are available for students.
Duration of award(s): The scholarship is tenable for two years (full time), subject to continued satisfactory academic progress (including achieving a grade average of 60% or better in each semester of study for assessed work).
What does it cover? The value of each MSc scholarship is up to the total tuition fees for the two years of the program (AUD$64,500ii) paid directly to UCL (Australia). In addition to the cost of tuition fees, those who are not in full-time employment may be awarded a stipend for living expenses of up to A$25,0001 payable in each year of the program.
How to Apply
How to Apply: Applications should be submitted online. Applicants will include a short 500 (including references) word essay addressing the following question: “According to the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report ‘most of the observed increase in global average temperatures since the mid-20th century is very likely due to the observed increase in anthropogenic greenhouse gas concentrations.’ What do you think is the most promising mechanism to reduce greenhouse gas emissions?” Discuss this statement.
Application Deadline: Closed