The University of Sydney features Australia’s broadest range of academic specialties, and its research focuses on creating solutions to the world’s most pressing problems. With over 400 topics of study to choose from, it allows students to explore their own personal development interests, increase their knowledge, and participate in international exchange and internship programs.
The University of Sydney offers a number of accommodation options as well as academic possibilities that are adaptable to accommodate the needs of students. Learners will be prepared with transferrable and study-appropriate skills for the many vocations they may experience.
About The Scholarship:
- Host University: University of Sydney;
- Host Country: Australia;
- Study Level: Research and PhD Levels;
- Scholarship Type: Fully Funded;
- Scholarship Worth: 35,629$;
- Eligible Countries: International Students;
- Available Subjects: Health;
- Application Deadline: The scholarship is open.
Benefits: Based on satisfactory academic achievement, the scholarship grant is designed to augment a $35,629 yearly stipend for a maximum of 3.5 years. There are no extensions allowed.
- Must have been offered full admission to the School of Medicine and Health or be pursuing a full-time doctoral degree there;
- Applicants who have an unrestricted chance to apply for a PhD at the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Medicine and Health, or who are already enrolled in a full-time PhD program in the Faculty of Medicine and Health, are eligible to apply.
- Candidates must be willing to participate in a collaborative commissioning project to conduct research on health system governance.
- All overseas applicants must be able to cover the costs of tuition for the whole duration of their PhD study.
Nominees must have experience with health systems research.
It is strongly recommended that applicants enroll in the University of Sydney’s Graduate Research Program in order to be considered. To take advantage of this opportunity, individuals must first enroll and then submit an online application.
- The completed application submitted with a personal statement;
- A curriculum Vitae;
- Two Academic referees;
- Academic Certificates.
Each candidate must satisfy all of the program’s Access Conditions in order to be accepted into the University of Sydney.
Conditions of Language
If English is not the student’s first language, proof of English language competency is required: IELTS, TOEFL, or any other appropriate evidence. More information is available on the official website’s English language competency requirements section.
Please visit the official website for more details: