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Top-notch public research institution University of Adelaide only aims to spread and share its excellence in higher education, specifically in research, through its PhD scholarships . It prides itself as the best because of its student body with democratic breadth, freedom to examine new fields, importance to the community, educated leader preparation, and international distinction. To further its distinctive approach it is happy to announce the availability of its International Postgraduate Scholarships or IPRS for 2014.

The International Postgraduate Scholarships are designed for international students who would want to take up Master’s Degree by Research and then a Doctoral Degree by Research in three years at the University of Adelaide. These PhD scholarships aim at attracting high-end international postgraduate students to subject areas for research in higher education. There are nearly 15 scholarships offered to students from all over the world in 2014.

The university provides that recipients for these PhD scholarships are given the following grants:

1. An Australian Postgraduate Award or APA, which provides for an annual living allowance amount as much as $24,653 for normal duration

2. Tuition fees for the preferred course for a Master’s degree for two years and doctoral degree for three years.

3. Subclass 574 visa holders are offered with compulsory standard Worldcare policy for Overseas Student Health Cover or OSHC for students and their spouse and their dependents for the entire period of the scholarship.

Eligible recipients of these PhD scholarships are expected to have a minimum of an Australian First Class Honours degree with research project in their final year. Applicants should consider their honours and scholarships, conference paper presentation, undergraduate performance, and industry experience. The applications for these study grants are also considered very competitive as recipients are thoroughly screened and then trained to be the best in their field of research when they have completed their respective degrees.

The university announced that applicants of the PhD scholarships are required to submit their application form together with the other requirements before the closing date of these scholarship grants, which is on August 31, 2013.

It is important to note that university of Adelaide is offering PhD scholarships in Engineering and Environmental Sciences, Biological and Agriculture Sciences, Humanities, Law and Creative Arts, Mathematical, Information and Computing Sciences, Physical, Chemical and Earth Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences and Medical and Health Sciences.

For further information about International PhD scholarships from University of Adelaide Australia, please visit our website.

Also visit other popular scholarships from University of Edinburgh and University of Kent.

We hope this series of newsletters will help keep you informed on all that is happening with online PhD programs around the world.

Thanks and all the very best from the team at
www.iuc-edu.ca

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