Students working toward a Master of Philosophy or Doctor of Philosophy degree who are conducting research in the Hunter Valley Region are eligible for consideration for the Award. The research proposal must have a direct connection to the protection of native species in Australia. (Flora or fauna).
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Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Newcastle
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: $5,000
Study Level: PhD
Nationality: International Students
The high-achieving students at the University of Newcastle will each receive a one-time award in the form of a lump amount equal to $5,000 from the university. The award benefit as well as the number of awards may change from year to year, and this will be determined by the amount of funding that is available..
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- Attend the University of Newcastle and be enrolled in either the Master of Philosophy or the Doctor of Philosophy degree program;
- reside in Australia at the present time;
- Have successfully completed the confirmation process before the application deadline;
- Have a study topic in the field of flora and fauna (wildlife) conservation in Australia;
- When conducting your research in the Hunter Valley, you should do so in one of the following Local Government Areas (LGAs): – The Municipality of Lake Macquarie – The Municipality of Newcastle – Maitland, the City of – The Municipality of Cessnock; – Muswellbrook Shire – Upper Hunter Shire – Dungog Shire – Mid-Coast Council – Port Stephens Council – Singleton Council – Upper Hunter Shire – Dungog Shire
- You must submit a completed application together with any paperwork that is requested before the application deadline.
The University of Newcastle 2022 Australian Wildlife Society Research Conservation Awards for PhD is open to all International Students
Candidates at the Faculty of Science Postgraduate Writing-Up Award for the degrees of PhD and MPhil who are enrolled in research through the Faculty of Science are eligible for this prize once they have handed in their dissertations.
- Before submitting an application, you are required to first read over the conditions of the Australian Wildlife Society Research Conservation Award. You will be required to give the following as part of your application:
- A cover letter that contains the following information in its body:
- the course in which you are currently enrolled
- the beginning and ending dates of the candidacy
- confirmation completion date
- a concise description of how you meet the eligibility requirements, including a synopsis of the research you’ve done;
- together with a Resume or Curriculum Vitae
- Please send an email to Matthew.Hayward@newcastle.edu.au stating your interest in the position.
The application deadline for University of Newcastle 2022 Australian Wildlife Society Research Conservation Awards for PhD Is June 3, 2022