UTS Digital Health CRC Masters Scholarships in Australia
Applications are now open for the Digital Health CRC Masters by Research Scholarships for the academic session 2023/2024. The scholarship is an excellent funding opportunity for domestic students seeking to pursue a full-time Masters by Research degree program at the UTS Faculty of Health, University of Technology Sydney (UTS).
UTS is a public research university located in Sydney, known for its strong industry connections and innovative programs. With state-of-the-art facilities and a diverse, global community, UTS fosters a dynamic learning environment that prepares graduates for success in today’s competitive job market. The deadline to apply for the scholarship is September 29th, 2023.
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) offers a Masters by Research program with a scholarship allowance available to eligible Australian applicants. The program is accessible online and the award must be taken in Australia. The number of awards is not specified and the department is not provided.
The scholarship is available to Australian citizens who wish to pursue a Master’s by research at the Faculty of Health, University of Technology Sydney (UTS). To be eligible for the scholarship, the applicant must meet the following criteria: eligibility for enrollment in a Master’s by research program at UTS, capacity to enroll for the Spring semester 2023, and open to domestic candidates.
How to Apply
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) offers scholarship allowances (stipends) to eligible applicants. The specific amount of the stipend will be discussed with the applicant.
To apply for the scholarship, students must first ensure they are eligible for both the scholarship and admission to UTS. They must then submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to David Lim ([email protected] ).
In addition to the EOI, students must provide several supporting documents. These include a personal statement (750 words maximum) outlining their suitability for undertaking a Higher Degree by Research, their research experience to date, and what they hope to achieve from their research. Students must also submit their academic curriculum vitae, including their qualifications, work experience, and research experience.
Official academic transcripts, including undergraduate and postgraduate records and master’s thesis results (if applicable), must also be submitted. Students must also provide evidence of research output, such as peer-reviewed publications, demonstrating their capacity to undertake independent research (if applicable).
Proof of English proficiency must also be provided if the applicant has not completed a minimum of 5 years of study in Australia. Two written references from academic referees must also be included.
Finally, students must provide evidence of any prizes, scholarships, and awards they have received, such as certificates and statements of award.