This scholarship was established to provide financial assistance to a PhD student in the Gale Group who is conducting research on transmembrane anion transport. Scholarships are an excellent way to defray the costs of your education. As a result, the Postgraduate International Research Scholarships in Supramolecular Chemistry are being offered by the University of Sydney. The scholarship is available for the academic year 2022/2023. The educational award is intended to assist international students who will be enrolled in the university’s postgraduate research program.
About the Scholarship:
Western Sydney University is a world-class institution with a growing international reputation for academic achievement and research that has a positive impact. We are a globally focused, research-led university devoted to creating a positive effect — on a regional, national, and worldwide level. We are ranked among the top 2% of universities in the world. We are unlocking the potential of the next generation of global citizens, leaders, and change-makers at Western Sydney University. Our curriculum reflects the demands of the world we live in, with a focus on preparing our graduates to enter the workforce. We recognize that universities do not have a monopoly on information or education in today’s fast-paced and changing world. Western Sydney University places a high importance on diversity and acceptance of different cultures, both within the University community and in the larger region of Western Sydney, which has one of Australia’s most diverse populations. With students from all over the world, the university thrives as a hub of opportunity, variety, and innovation. Students at Western will be part of a vibrant, friendly, and culturally diverse community where they will make lifelong friends and connections.
We engage with business and industry leaders to build course content that fits the demands of employers, future jobs, and reacts to the problems of a global workplace. We pioneered a model of co-created learning that treats our strategic partners as co-creators in education. Our strategy recognizes that learning takes place outside of the classroom. Rather, we provide a blend of on-campus, online, and clinical learning environments, as well as real-world work experience in professional and community contexts. Graduates of Western Sydney University are ready to enter the workforce. The QS World University Rankings has also granted the University a five-star grade for employability. Students at Western have the chance to participate in internships, volunteer work, and job experience, all of which help them expand their skill sets and improve their employability. Western students can visit one of the most liveable cities on the planet, Sydney, which is located in the lovely metropolis of Sydney. Sydney has a sunny climate with moderate winters and warm summers, making it ideal for enjoying the city’s numerous beaches. Students will not want to miss Sydney’s year-round art, music, culinary, theatre, film, and design events, which have helped to put the city on the cultural map across the world. In collaboration with business, government, and higher education providers, our Western Growth plan is redefining the University’s campus network and co-creating cities and revolutionary educational infrastructure across the region. The University has two world-class, technology-enabled vertical campuses in the heart of Western Sydney’s key development centers – Parramatta and Liverpool – and a third high-rise campus in Bankstown city will open in 2022. These new campuses provide our students and staff with technology-rich learning, teaching, and research facilities, encourage collaboration with industry and business, and integrate the University with the Western Sydney region’s economic and civic life. Western Sydney University includes over 100 academic areas, over 3,300 staff members, and around 45,000 students from all over the world. Bankstown, Campbelltown, Hawkesbury, Parramatta, and Penrith are the five main campuses in Greater Western Sydney. While each campus has its own learning environment, they all have a pleasant, communal spirit that makes Western Sydney a terrific place to study and meet new people. Students on exchange and study abroad at Western Sydney can study at any campus, depending on the units they choose. From the countryside to the city, each of our campuses provides a unique learning environment. We have nine schools that provide a diverse range of courses, including business (AACSB-accredited), computing, engineering, and mathematics, education, humanities and communication arts, law, medical, nursing, and midwifery, science and health, and social sciences and psychology.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Western Sydney University (UWS)
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: Fully Funded
Study Level: PhD
Nationality: International Students
- For up to three years, this scholarship will provide an annual stipend allowance equivalent to the minimum RTP rate (indexed on January 1 of each year).
- An extension of up to six months is possible if academic performance is satisfactory.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- be a full-time PhD student at the Faculty of Science or be an international student with an unconditional offer of admission
- be willing to conduct research in the Gale group on transmembrane anion transport
- a master’s degree in a related field that includes a significant research component
- Apply to the University of Sydney’s Research Training Program (RTP).
The Western Sydney University 2022 Postgraduate International Research Scholarships in Supramolecular Chemistry for Master is open to all International Students
- How to Apply: To complete the application process, students must first log in to the university’s student portal. Candidates can apply for the scholarship by filling out an online application form.
- Documents to Support: The following documents must be presented to the university by the students:
- a mission statement
- Certificate of Secondary Education
- Certificate of Bachelor’s Degree
- Certificate of master’s degree
- CV and cover letter
- Statement of purpose
- Statement of Financial Position
- Requirements for Admission: To be admitted to a PhD research program at the University of Sydney, students must have relevant skills, interests, and qualifications.
- Language Requirement: Applicants must pass the following English language proficiency tests with a minimum score:
- IBT TOEFL – 96
- 592 on the TOEFL PBT
- 0 on the IELTS
The application deadline for Western Sydney University 2022 Postgraduate International Research Scholarships in Supramolecular Chemistry for Master is March 28, 2022 It should be worthy of note that the Western Sydney University 2022 Postgraduate International Research Scholarships in Supramolecular Chemistry for Master is renewable for each year