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CSIRO top-up international scholarships are available for international PhD students in the analysis of radioisotope sorption to geological substrates at the University of Adelaide, Australia.
- Host University: University of Adelaide;
- Host country: Australia;
- Level of education: Doctoral Level;
- Scholarship Type: Partial funding?
- Scholarship Worth: $5,000 – $28,854;
- Eligible countries: International Students?
- Available Themes: Engineering, Science?
- Application deadline: August 1stSt2022.
The proposed grant will have a maximum duration of 3.5 years and will include the following elements:
- University of Adelaide Research Scholarship: $28,854 per year for 2022, escalated each year.
- CSIRO Complementary Scholarship: $5,000 each year, supplemental operating resources.
In order to be considered, applicants must be Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents or international students and be accepted as PhD candidates at the University of Adelaide and able to commence their studies in Semester 2 2022.
Expressions of interest should be submitted to Associate Professor Tony Hooker via email ([email protected]) by 1 August 2022, quoting the name of the scholarship in the subject line.
Applicants must provide the appropriate documents: degree certificate, transcript and recent curriculum vitae.
Applicants must have completed an Australian first class degree or equivalent.
Applicants must demonstrate their ability in English.
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