The purpose of the WH Bryan Scholarship is to further the understanding of Queensland Earth Sciences by tackling a subject that is significant on a global scale and producing results that have an impact. The supported project will be directed by a PhD candidate who is of a high caliber. This fellowship was established to honor the legacy of Professor WH Bryan MC, who made numerous essential, diversified, and influential contributions to the geology of Queensland, as well as to the tertiary education system and the general welfare of society.
The Bryan Foundation places a primary emphasis on education, and the scholarship program is designed to be consistent with the organization’s mission to encourage and enable individuals via the pursuit of educational opportunities. It is anticipated that the themes of examination will cover a broad spectrum, which is in keeping with the varied fields of research and influence that Professor WH Bryan MC has accomplished throughout the course of his career.
About the Scholarship Sponsor:
Since its founding in 1989, the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has served as a public, research- and teaching-focused institution in Queensland, Australia. In 1849, the Brisbane School of Arts opened its doors for the first time. The institution was elevated to the rank of university according to a law that was enacted in 1988. The Australian Technology Network and the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning are both linked to it (ATN). The helmsman of the group is the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). QUT has three campuses—two in Brisbane and one in Canberra—where it offers courses. The institute takes great pleasure in its state-of-the-art infrastructure, which includes state-of-the-art academic, recreational, and sporting facilities.
The main campus is in Brisbane, and it is called Gardens Point because it is situated right on the banks of the Brisbane River. It is home to the University of Queensland’s School of Business, Law, Science, and Engineering as well as the QUT Art Museum and Gardens Theatre. There are probably several eateries and pubs on campus where you can get nutritious food and drinks. A variety of facilities such as a gym, pool, bike center, pharmacy, aquatic center, and bookstores may be found on campus. The Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, Creative Industries Precinct, and QUT International College are all located on the Kelvin Grove campus at the University of Queensland (QUT).
Among the many art galleries and exhibition spaces housed in the Creative Industries Precinct is the Roundhouse Theatre, an experimental black-box theater open to the public. The university’s little Deakin campus can be found in Canberra. Students can pursue a Master of Business Administration degree on the building’s single story at Equinox Business Park. Each of QUT’s three libraries houses a sizable collection of books, journals, records, and other publications useful to students, faculty, and researchers. With regards to digital resources for education, this institution ranks third among all Australian and New Zealand libraries. QUT provides access to more than a hundred distinct graduate degree options, including master’s and doctoral degrees. QUT students are better prepared for careers in many fields, including but not limited to architecture, business, science, engineering, the creative industries, education, the health and community, information technology, mathematics, languages, law and justice, and others.
The Queen’s University of Technology (QUT) is a prestigious institution that can be found right in the heart of Brisbane, Australia. Both undergraduate and graduate students can choose from a wide range of disciplines, including but not limited to those of business, the arts, education, engineering, medicine, the legal system, and the natural sciences. Furthermore, there are courses that emphasize English as a commuting language. Some of the world’s most pressing issues can only be tackled by combining the knowledge of multiple disciplines, and at QUT, this is exactly what’s happening through interdisciplinary research. In the end, the institution disseminates its findings to the global scientific community. In a globally connected learning space, students can hone their research abilities and put their newfound knowledge to use solving real-world problems.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: $32,000
Scholarship Type: PhD
Nationality: International Students
- An stipend for living expenses in the amount of $32,000 each year for the next three years
- A financing allowance for the research project in the amount of $18,000 each year for a period of three years
- Up to $20,000 to pay the initial expenses of the project’s start-up (eligible start-up costs include airfares, moving expenses, and overseas student health cover for international students)
- Help with some of the scholar’s international endeavors, such as presenting research at foreign conferences, participating in field workshops, or carrying out laboratory work.
Eligibility for Scholarship
- You are required to be applying for a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in the field of earth sciences at one of the following universities in order to be considered:
- Students from within Australia or from other countries are eligible to apply for the scholarship, which has been established to assist burgeoning researchers in their pursuit of a highly regarded research experience in Queensland.
- The purpose of the W.H. Bryan Scholarship is to provide financial assistance to a deserving new student and project. Students who have previously been offered and accepted a PhD scholarship and/or students who have previously enrolled in or begun a PhD program are ineligible to apply for this scholarship
Undergraduates at Leeds University in the United Kingdom can apply for a scholarship for the 2023–2024 school year. In an effort to inspire all students to continue their study, the University of Leeds is looking for exceptional students who can participate in research across the Mathematics department and are inspired to pursue higher education.
The QUT 2022 WH Bryan Earth Sciences PhD Scholarship is open to all International Students
- It is important that you get in touch as soon as possible with a potential supervisor working in the subject of earth sciences. Because your supervisor is the one who must send in the application on your behalf, we strongly advise getting their approval by Wednesday, October 5th, 2022 at the latest in order to provide yourself enough time.
- As soon as you have the backing of your potential research supervisor, begin collaborating with them on the research proposal and scholarship application you will submit.
- You will need to have your curriculum vitae, academic transcripts, and a brief statement stating why you are applying and how this fits into your future career all prepared before you can submit your application.
The application deadline for QUT 2022 WH Bryan Earth Sciences PhD Scholarship is October 31, 2022.