Australian Catholic University Living Allowance Postgraduate Award in Australia

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Australian Catholic University offers postgraduate award  to domestic students and provides a living allowance for a period of three years in Australia. To be eligible for an ACUPA, an applicant must have obtained Upper Second Class Honours or equivalent results. In regards to equivalence the University may also consider previous study, relevant work experience, research publications, referee reports and other research experience. Applications for scholarship can only be considered if applicants have also submitted an application for the research candidature or are already enrolled as a research higher degree student. The application deadline is October 31 each year.. The Australian Catholic University Postgraduate Award (ACUPA) is the main scholarship offered by the University. These scholarships are open to domestic students and provide a living allowance for a period of three years. Australian Catholic University operates a postgraduate award scheme for students, known as the Australian Catholic University Postgraduate Awards (ACUPA) with stipend, to support persons of exceptional research promise to undertake a higher degree by research at any of the University’s campuses..  Award is available for pursuing higher degree by research at Australian Catholic University.
The research areas of this scholarship are: Australian Catholic University (ACU) offers supervised research degrees in a variety of disciplines: Doctor of Education (EdD),Doctor of Philosophy (PhD),Master of Education (Research),Master of Exercise Science (Research),Master of Midwifery (Research),Master of Nursing (Research),Master of Philosophy andMaster of Theology (Research).
Who can apply to this scholarship? Academic requirements: To be eligible for an ACUPA, an applicant must meet all of the following requirements:
· have completed at least four years of tertiary education study at a high level of achievementwith a research component.
· have obtained Upper Second Class Honours or equivalent results. In regards to equivalence the University may also consider previous study, relevant work experience, research publications, referee reports and other research experience.
· be undertaking or accepted into a higher degree by research at Australian Catholic University
· be enrolled as a full
· time student upon commencement of their award or, in exceptional circumstances, be granted approval by the university for a part
· time award in line with the criteria detailed in section 3.2.
· have their enrolment in the proposed higher degree programme accepted by the university before being ranked for an offer of an ACUPA. Applicants are ineligible for an ACUPA if they:have held an ACUPA, unless it was terminated within six months of the commencement of benefits; or are currently receiving another equivalent award, scholarship or salary to undertake the research higher degree, providing benefit greater than 75% of the base ACUPA stipend rate.
Benefits of the scholarship:  Scholarships are open to domestic students and provide a living allowance.
More information about the fellowship:
Duration:  These scholarships provide a living allowance for a period of three years.
Number of scholarships:  Not Known

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