Postgraduate Research Scholarships at University of Ballarat in Australia, 2013

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University of Ballarat offers postgraduate research scholarships to graduates who have completed a four year undergraduate degree at first class Honours in Australia. Awards are restricted to Australian citizens, persons with permanent resident status and applicants eligible to be awarded an International Postgraduate Research Scholarship in December each year by UB. The University of Ballarat has two types of scholarship that may be awarded to International students applying for a place in a Higher Degree by Research. These scholarships are the International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS) and the Special Overseas Student Scholarship (SOSS). The SOSS covers course fees only. IPRS covers course fees health insurance and is usually coupled with the award of a stipend. The application deadline is 31 October each year.. The University of Ballarat has two types of scholarship that may be awarded to International students applying for a place in a Higher Degree by Research. These scholarships are the International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS) and the Special Overseas Student Scholarship (SOSS). The SOSS covers course fees only. The IPRS covers course fees health insurance and is usually coupled with the award of a stipend.A UB Postgraduate Research Scholarship may be held for two years (Master’s candidature) or three years (PhD candidature) subject to satisfactory progress, and in the case of PhD candidature there is the possibility of extension for a further six months if the thesis will be submitted by the end of this period..  Scholarships are available for pursuing postgraduate research degree level at University of Ballarat.
The research areas of this scholarship are:  Scholarships are provided to learn any of the courses offered by the University of Ballarat.
Who can apply to this scholarship? University of Ballarat Postgraduate Research Scholarships (UBPRS) are open to graduates who have completed a four year undergraduate degree at first class Honours (or have other qualifications such as a Masters degree or experience in research that lead the Research and Higher Degrees Committee to evaluate the applicant as being equivalent to first class Honours standard). Awards are restricted to Australian citizens, persons with permanent resident status and applicants eligible to be awarded an International Postgraduate Research Scholarship in December each year by UB. The RHDSC (Research Higher Degree Sub
· Committee) is the committee responsible for the review & awarding of scholarships at the Universtiy of Ballarat.
Benefits of the scholarship:  Not Known. The 2012 stipend rate for a University of Ballarat Postgraduate Research Scholarship is $23,728 p.a. paid fortnightly in arrears. The award does not provide travel or other benefits.
More information about the fellowship:
Duration:  Scholarships are offered for two years (Master’s candidature) or three years (PhD candidature) subject to satisfactory progress, and in the case of PhD candidature there is the possibility of extension for a further six months if the thesis will be submitted by the end of this period.
Number of scholarships:  Not Known

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