This PhD opportunity, which is jointly supported by the CSIRO and the University of Adelaide, has been developed to provide financial assistance to a full-time PhD student who is interested in initiating research in the applied fields of physics, geology, or chemistry. The CSIRO will host the intern for this project for a total of three months.
About the Scholarship:
In Adelaide, which is the coastal capital of South Australia, there is a public university known as The Institution of Adelaide. In the year 1874, it was established by Walter Watson Hughes, a copper miner and philanthropist. In the year 1876, Adelaide Institution, which is the third-oldest institution in the country, presented its first official lecture in Latin, and at that time, it was the Bachelor of Arts degree that was being offered. The first vice-chancellor of the university was Dr. Augustus Short, who had previously worked as a professor at Christ Church College and had graduated from Oxford University. Short exerted a lot of effort in order to make the University of Adelaide as cutting-edge as was humanly possible. He did this by incorporating modern sciences, literature, art, and philosophy into the curriculum, which differentiated it from the traditional Classics curriculum that was being taught at Oxford at the time. His dream came true in 1882, when the school became the first in all of Australia to provide degrees in the scientific disciplines.
Today, the purpose of the institution is to “discover new knowledge,” “pursue innovation,” and “train tomorrow’s educated leaders who are autonomous, creative thinkers with an international viewpoint,” among other things. It is a member of the Group of Eight, which is an alliance of Australia’s leading research-intensive institutions, and it offers degrees in five different faculties. These faculties are the arts faculty, the engineering faculty, the computer and mathematical sciences faculty, the health sciences faculty, and the scientific faculty. The city of Adelaide is home to over 25,000 students, of which approximately 30 percent come from over 100 different countries, in addition to 3,600 staff members and employees. There are four campuses of the university located inside the state of South Australia, and degree programs can also be pursued in Singapore thanks to a partnership with the Ngee Ann-Adelaide Education Centre. There are other opportunities to pursue a study abroad program in a variety of countries, including Hong Kong, France, the Netherlands, and others. In addition to Julia Gillard, the first female Prime Minister of Australia, and Robin Warren, a co-discoverer of the link between the bacterium Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) and peptic ulcers, the university has produced a number of notable alumni, including five Nobel laureates, 110 Rhodes scholars, and five people who have won the Nobel Prize. The Adelaide team takes satisfaction in the fact that they are on track to make history, which also serves as a source of motivation for them.
Our staff members have the opportunity to collaborate with world-class coworkers, get ongoing professional development, and work in a culture that is rich in diversity. Students hailing from more than a hundred different nations make up our community. The majority of our faculty members were either born in a country other than the United States or hold dual citizenship. 2018 Award for Excellence in Research in Australia (the most recent assessment date). * Economist Intelligence Unit, 2021. if one were to believe the QS Graduate Employability Rankings for the year 2020. The academic program at the university is broken down into five faculties: the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Mathematics, and the Faculty of Professions. The Faculty of Sciences is in charge of the scientific research and study at the institution. These faculties are made up of a number of different schools, and they give students the opportunity to choose courses from a broad spectrum of subject areas relevant to their areas of interest. Some of the schools that are included on the list are the School of Civil Engineering, the School of Mining Engineering, the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, the School of Architecture, the School of Music, and the School of Physical Sciences. The institution offers degree programs at all levels, including undergraduate, graduate, and specialized doctoral levels. In addition to this, it facilitates student exchange programs that teach students about the various curricular options available.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Adelaide
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: $28,854
Study Level: PhD
Nationality: International Students
- Those who are awarded the University of Adelaide Research CSIRO Supplementary Scholarship will be eligible to receive all of the following benefits:
- Research Scholarship at the University of Adelaide — Annual Award of $28,854 (2022 rate, indexed annually). The Conditions of Award will provide further information regarding the terms and/or perks.
- Supplemental Scholarship from the CSIRO: $5,000 per year in addition to other operating money.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
Applicants are required to:
- Citizens of Australia, people who have made Australia their permanent home, or students from another country
- Have the qualifications necessary to be accepted as candidates for the Doctor of Philosophy degree at the University of Adelaide. Check out the criteria for a PhD here.
- Hold the equivalent of the Australian First Class Honors or above.
- Have the ability to start your studies in the second semester of 2022.
One of our main goals at Hult is to learn more about who you are and what drives you. We want students who will make a difference not just in business, but also in society as a whole. Students who do well in school and show enthusiasm, curiosity, leadership potential, and drive will be looked at. Keeping this in mind, we look carefully at all the information that comes with each Business School’s Global Generation Scholarship application.
The University of Adelaide 2022 Research CSIRO Supplementary Scholarship is open to all International Students
- It is required that expressions of interest be sent to Associate Professor Tony Hooker via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than the 1st of August 2022, with the name of the scholarship written in the subject header. Kindly make sure that you have included each and every one of the following documents:
- Certificates of Degree Completion (testamurs)
- Academic transcripts
- Documentation in languages other than English that has been translated.
- Documentation demonstrating a command of the English language
- Curriculum vitae
The application deadline for University of Adelaide 2022 Research CSIRO Supplementary Scholarship is August 1, 2022