Professor Kai Yip Cho Memorial Doctoral Scholarship

Professor Kai Yip Cho Memorial Doctoral Scholarship

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Scholarship Description:

Western Sydney University is offering Professor Kai Yip Cho Memorial Doctoral Scholarship for International Students. The objectives of the award are to Enhance the research outcomes of doctoral candidates studying Biochemistry or Microbiology and promote research excellence and innovation.

University:

Western Sydney University, Australia.

Degree level:

PhD / Doctoral

Field of Study:

Biochemistry or Microbiology.

Scholarship Award

One scholarship is available, providing a top-up of $7,500(AUD) per year to the candidate’s existing full-time scholarship. The top-up will be paid in equal fortnightly instalments.

Nationalities:

International and domestic students.

Eligibility Criteria:

The successful candidate must:

  • have commenced a doctoral program at Western Sydney University in 2019 or 2020 in the area of Biochemistry or Microbiology, or be undertaking a project with considerable emphasis on either of these areas; and
  • be currently in receipt of a stipend scholarship.

International and domestic candidates are eligible to apply.

Applying procedure Instructions:

Follow the step-by-step instructions on the how to apply for a project scholarship page.

Incomplete applications or applications that do not conform to the above requirements will not be considered.

For questions and advice about the research project, please contact;
Professor Bill Price: [email protected]

For questions and advice about the application process, please contact the Graduate Research School: [email protected].Western Sydney University reserves the right to not award the scholarship.

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Application Deadline: 31 January 2021

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