This is a broad appeal for potential higher degree research students interested in undertaking multidisciplinary PhD research in Australia’s carbon and storage/hydrogen legislation and policy, decommissioning, and energy transition.
About the Scholarship:
Established in 1964, Macquarie University is a public university located in the suburbs of Macquarie Park in Sydney, Australia. The foundation of the university signified a significant step towards altering the otherwise traditional education system that was widespread in Australia. Students have access to a variety of facilities and services, and the university is regarded among the best in the world.
There are 40,209 students enrolled in the university, with 27,795 students enrolled in full-time programs and 12,414 in part-time programs. For the previous academic year, the university had a total of 8,641 international admissions and 31,568 domestic student enrollments (2019-20). A thriving hub for students, researchers, and educators who are all working toward a common objective of a better future. QS World University Rankings, 2020, has Macquarie University placed among the top 1% of universities in the world. The institution is regarded as one of Australia’s best, ranking ninth in the country for employability (QS Graduate Employability Rankings, 2020), producing graduates who are among the most sought-after professionals in the world. The institution, which covers 126 acres of land, offers a diverse range of courses for students to choose from. The Faculty of Business, The Faculty of Education, The Faculty of Engineering, The Faculty of Law, The Faculty of Science, The Faculty of Medicine and Health, The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, The Faculty of Information Technologies, The Faculty of Languages and Linguistics, The Faculty of Media, Communications, and Performing Arts, The Faculty of Psychology and Cognitive Science, and The Faculty of Security, Intelligence, and Criminology all offer a variety of courses and programs. Students can pick from a variety of housing alternatives at the university. Students can choose their hall of residence based on their preferences, ensuring that they will not be inconvenienced during their time in the city. A Bookshop, Counselling Services, Cafes, Medical Clinic, Pharmacy, and a Private Hospital, among other amenities, are available on the Macquarie University campus. The university is at a great position and offers all of the resources that students could possibly need on its grounds. Students can also take advantage of the university’s exceptional sports facilities, which are considered to be among the best in the country. Swimming pools, fitness clubs, basketball and squash courts, and even a martial arts section are available to students at the university’s Sports and Aquatic Centre.
Macquarie University grants $6 million in scholarships to encourage worldwide higher education. Academic merit, diversity, leadership potential, financial hardship, and/or major achievements such as sports and volunteer experience are used to award scholarships. The institution provides one of Australia’s most comprehensive scholarship programs, with various chances for international students to study at the university each year. Sydney is one of the safest cities in the world, making it an attractive study destination for international students. The university is concerned about the safety of its students and has security professionals stationed on campus. Chris Lilley, an Australian comedian, Rob Oakeshott, a Member of the Australian House of Representatives, Tania Mihailuk, a Member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, Adam Hills, an Australian comedian, Murray Cook, an Australian musician, Greg Page, an Australian singer, Lauren Jackson, an Australian basketball player, and Anthony Field, an Australian musician are just a few of Macquarie University’s notable alumni. Macquarie University is known around the world for its leadership in important research fields and for generating graduates who are among the most in-demand professionals. Macquarie University boasts one of Australia’s most generous scholarship programs, giving many possibilities for international students to study here each year. The Europe – Macquarie University A$10,000 Early Acceptance Scholarship is a significant new addition to our scholarship list. This grant is available to all eligible European students starting their studies in 2022. It is worth up to A$10,000 per year for the regular period of a bachelor’s or master’s degree through coursework (each study session, or term, will be credited with up to A$5,000).
The campus is 30 minutes north-west of Sydney Harbour and sits on 135 acres of gorgeous parks. Macquarie University has spent more than AU$1 billion on facilities and infrastructure to ensure that students and staff may thrive in an environment that is both inspiring and technologically advanced. Our 40,000 students and 3000 staff flourish on a campus that is dynamic, sustainable, and built for collaboration. Macquarie is located in the middle of Australia’s largest high-tech area. Our students benefit from industry connections that give them an edge in their future careers, while our staff benefit from outstanding research and innovation opportunities with some of the world’s leading organisations, thanks to the presence of more than 300 leading companies on or near the Macquarie campus.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Macquarie University
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: $28,597
Study Level: PhD
Nationality: International Students
Macquarie University will pay a full-time stipend rate of $28,597 per year (in 2021 tax-exempt for up to 3 years – adjusted annually) and a tuition fee offset to the individuals selected.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- Students from all over the world are welcome to apply.
- At Macquarie University, students can apply for PhD research in the areas of carbon and storage/hydrogen law and policy.
- Applicants must meet all of the following/given requirements to be considered:
- Applicants must have a strong academic record and, ideally, additional relevant research experience and/or peer-reviewed research activities.
The Macquarie University 2022 International PhD in Energy and Natural Resources Innovation, Australia Scholarships is open to all International students
Are you both interested and qualified? To apply, go to mqu-web.t1cloud.com at Macquarie University.
- New applicants to Macquarie University will need to complete the Online HDR Candidature and Scholarship Application via the Online Application System and arrange for two academic referee reports to be submitted to the Higher Degree Research Office. Further information can be found on the How to Apply page.
- Candidates that have received a successful candidacy offer during the last 12 months and are presently enrolled at Macquarie University:
- A Scholarship Only Application form must be submitted together with supporting materials. Please see the “How to Submit a Scholarship Only Application” guide.
- Under the scholarship details question, you MUST include the allocation number.
- In the email subject line, you must provide your ID number and your name (in one PDF attachment)
The application deadline for Macquarie University 2022 International PhD in Energy and Natural Resources Innovation, Australia Scholarships Is October 31st, 2022