Apply Now: RTP Scholarships for Postgraduate Research 2022-23 | Australian Government

Apply now for the Australian Government RTP Scholarships for Postgraduate Research 2022-23. Funded by the Australian government and valued at up to $124,000, the Research Training Programme (RTP) scholarships provide a tuition fee offset and a living-costs stipend to high quality international postgraduate students. Visit the Official Website for Further Details

 

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Eligibility

To be eligible, you must;

  • be a commencing or enrolled international postgraduate research student
  • have an outstanding record of academic achievement and research potential
  • have an unconditional offer of admission or be currently enrolled in a master’s by research or PhD at the University of Sydney.

Value/Benefits

The RTP scholarships are valued at $35,629 per annum. The RTP International Scholarship assists with OSHC, tuition fees and living costs.

Note: Applicants who are undertaking their first PhD degree will be the first priority to be considered for Research Training Program Scholarships.

Application Process:

  • you must submit all required documentations for your admission application, and Research Experience evidence (if applicable) to be considered in the relevant award timelines.
  • Current students can apply here.
  • Commencing students should select the check box to be considered for research scholarships when completing the admission application for your postgraduate research degree.
  • Document requirements: Please refer here to the documents for applicants for details of selection criteria, process, and additional documentation required if applicable.

Application Timeline: See application and award timelines in the table (below);

Commencing research period Submission deadline* Offers received from
Research periods 1 and 2, 2022 30 September 2021 30 November 2021
Research periods 3 and 4, 2022 30 November 2021 9 February 2022
Research periods 1 and 2, 2023 30 September 2022 1 December 2022

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