University of Queensland Postgraduate Scholarships 2018 – Australia

Applications are currently ongoing for the University of Queensland Postgraduate Scholarships, 2018 for the The Scholarship is designed for Studentts pursuing Precision and Quantum Sensing . The scholarship is available to both Australian and International applicants.

What you need to know about the Scholarship:

 The aim of the scholarship is to enable applicants to embark on an independent career in academic stroke research.

The University of Queensland (UQ) is one of Australia’s most highly ranked and awarded learning and research institutions. It is the oldest university in the Australian state of Queensland and has three main campuses at St Lucia.
The University of Queensland positively influences society by engaging in the pursuit of excellence through the creation, preservation, transfer and application of knowledge. UQ helps shape the future by bringing together and developing leaders in their fields to inspire the next generation and to advance ideas that benefit the world. UQ strives for the personal and professional success of its students, staff and alumni.

Level/Field of Study:

The scholarship is available to pursue postgraduate research programme. The scholarship is awarded in Precision and Quantum Sensing.

Scholarship Benefits:

The scholarship will cover $27,082 per annum (2018 rate), indexed annually.

Eligible Nationalities:

Applicants from all over the world are eligible for the scholarship.

University of Queensland Postgraduate Scholarships, 2018 Requirements:

Applicants must meet following criteria:

Experience/interest in laser-based measurements, micro-/nanofabrication, cavity optomechanics and/or technology translation would be an advantage.

Applicants must meet the ’s requirements for entry to the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program

 How to Easily Apply for the Scholarship:

University of Queensland

Applicants can apply via email.

Deadline: December 30, 2018

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