The ABC John Bean ACS Memorial Scholarship for Cinematography, established in 2012, recognise and honours the talent of the late John Bean ACS, an alumnus of Griffith Film School (GFS).
The biennial scholarship encourages excellence in cinematography and supports the ongoing study of a talented student in the field of cinematography, with a focus on documentary.
$25,000 Cash donation towards the enrolment of the Master in Screen Production at Griffith Film School plus an intensive internship with the ABC News camera crew for a total period of 6 weeks.
The scholarship is valued at $25,000, paid in instalments, and an intensive internship with the ABC News camera crew for a total period of 6 weeks.
Scholarship monies will be issued in two payments, direct to your nominated bank account, after the first trimester census date for each year of study;
$16,500 paid in 2019
$8,500 paid in 2020. (Conditional to the successful completion of, or every effort made to complete, the internship period in year one).
Internship dates are to be mutually agreed and scheduled prior to the University Census dates. The best times for internships (according to program production) are either February to May or July to October. The internship can be arranged to take place in any national location. travel and accommodation costs are at the scholarship winner’s own expense and the internship location will take account of this.
For: High-achieving students applying for the Bachelor of Medical Science program at Griffith University. This degree, designed for high-achieving secondary school leavers, provides the opportunity for you to progress directly into our Doctor of Medicine (5099). If you do not have a Letter of Offer for your degree program, please visit ‘How to apply‘ for instructions on how to lodge an application for admission before lodging a scholarship application.
Award value and benefits: $10,000 in total (two payments of $5,000 in first year of the program).
Trimester 1 2019 – Applications close Friday, 2 November 2018 (for 25 February commencement). Outcome notified by 16 November.
Can I apply?
Be a citizen of a country other than Australia or New Zealand.
Have applied and be eligible for admission, or be in receipt of a conditional or unconditional offer from the University, for entry into the Bachelor of Medical Science by the scholarship closing date.
Have satisfied all appropriate entry requirements for the proposed degree program, including results of previous study and English language proficiency as per Griffith University’s entry requirements.
Be commencing and enrolling as a new a full-time student in the Bachelor of Medical Science degree in Trimester 1 2019 at Griffith University.
The PhD project will complement research on the ARC-funded Future Fellowship recently awarded to Dr Julien Louys (2017-20) investigating the environments of Pleistocene Sumatra, as preserved by its vertebrate fossil record.
There is scope for the PhD candidate to study any aspect of taphonomy and site formation processes related to the vertebrate fossils. Research will concentrate on the formation of vertebrate-bearing cemented deposits in Sumatran caves. Research may also focus on aspects of non-cave deposits found during the course of the research. Fieldwork will be an essential part of this research.
Working principally under the supervision of Dr Julien Louys, the PhD candidate will join the rapidly expanding Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution at an exciting moment in its development.
Duration and Value
Stipend is A$26,682 per annum (indexed) for up to four years.
This scholarship is open to domestic and international applicants
Applicants must have completed, or expect to complete, a bachelor’s degree with first class honours or equivalent in geology, palaeontology, archaeology or another discipline relevant to the project and be intending to enrol full-time in an approved doctoral program
The Griffith Centre for Coastal Management is pleased to invite applications for a full funded PhD scholarship to work on a major research project funded by the Australian Government’s National Environmental Science Programme in partnership with the Queensland State Government Office of the Great Barrier Reef and the Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation.
The project, ‘Reducing Sediment and Nutrient Loads to the Great Barrier Reef – Developing optimal approaches for treating Alluvial Gully Erosion’, aims to investigate the character and dynamics of large alluvial gullies and develop optimal rehabilitation strategies for such systems on the lower Burdekin and Bowen Rivers in North Queensland and the Normanby catchment in Cape York.
Applicants should have a strong background in soils, geomorphology, statistics and GIS. Experience working with remote sensing and LiDAR data would be highly advantageous, as would experience undertaking field research in remote areas.
The research topic will relate to one or more of the following:
Gully erosion dynamics and erodible soil/sediments material characterisation
Explaining the diversity of fully forms, rates and process dominance (head-scarp retreat, tunnelling, side wall processes, secondary incision etc.) controls on this diversity and how this will influence tailed rehabilitation strategies
Understanding sediment and nutrient fluxes within and from alluvial gully complexes, and their downstream impacts
Quantifying the effectiveness of large-scale gully rehabilitation strategies in a range of different landscape settings.
The IWC Masters Scholarships are a prestigious award granted annually to high calibre candidates who clearly demonstrate potential as future water leaders. Scholarships are available to study the IWC Master of Integrated Water Management (MIWM) at The University of Queensland in Australia.
2017 Scholarships (International) – now open!
Applications are now open for international candidates (closing date: 1 August 2016).
The International WaterCentre (IWC) is offering up to three scholarships for international candidates for full-time study of the MIWM program starting in Semester 1, 2017. These include:
To apply for a scholarship, you must:
Have completed an undergraduate degree in a related field of study from an internationally-recognised institution;
Have at least two years of professional experience (paid work or volunteering experience) relevant to the program;
Although professional experience is not essential for admission in the MIWM program, candidates with relevant professional experience have a higher chance of securing a scholarship – see Selection Criteria below.
International candidates must also demonstrate English Language Proficiency (see UQ’s Policy including minimum scores for IELTS, TOEFL or PTE). A proof of English language proficiency needs to be uploaded with the online application form.
Eberhard Wenzel Scholarship for International Public Health
The late Dr Eberhard Wenzel was an academic in the School of Public Health and worked in public health with a range of international health agencies for over 20 years. Dr Wenzel had a tremendous knowledge and understanding of public health issues facing humanity and his establishment of the Virtual Library for Public Health and the International Public Health Watch websites provided important means for him to engage with others who shared his passion for the field.
The objective of this Scholarship is to enable students to undertake research which will advance understanding of a public health topic relevant to the academic interests of the late Dr Eberhard Wenzel.
There is one (1) Scholarship valued at $2,000, for a student enrolled in either full or part-time study in the Master of Public Health (research option) or an Honours program with the School of Public Health. The intent of the scholarship is to support the thesis component of the student’s honours or masters program of study.
Selection will be based on review and assessment of applications.
The Griffith University International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (GUIPRS) are available during the University’s mid- and end-of-year research scholarship rounds. The GUIPRS covers tuition fees for the student for up to three years for doctoral candidates and up to two years for research masters candidates. In addition, the scholarship covers Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the student and any dependant/s for the duration of the scholarship.
Effective from November 2011, postgraduate research students are required to hold a visa for their program length plus an additional 6 months to allow for interactive thesis marking. Higher Degree Research students undertaking a Doctor of Philosophy will require 56 months of overseas health cover.
Holders of Griffith University scholarships will receive cover (if undertaking a PhD) for the first 42 months of their program and will be required to pay the remaining 14 months (and provide evidence of coverage) at the time of accepting their offer.
The GUIPRS is available to international students only. Applicants must have completed, or expect to complete, a Bachelors degree with honours equivalent to first class and be intending to enrol full-time in an approved doctoral or research masters program.
Applicants who do not have First Class Honours may demonstrate equivalency to first class honours through the following:
refereed journal publications (or acceptance for publication);
referred conference paper presented and written as first author;
evidence of other research output such as a book, book chapter, creative work or performances; or
Also include evidence of any research income, awards, professional experience and so forth.
The National Health and Medical Research Council Centre of Research Excellence in Nursing Interventions for Hospitalised Patients was established 1 November, 2010. There are two main foci of the NCREN
Compromised Skin Integrity, including pressure ulcers, intravascular devices and surgical wounds; and
Symptom Management including pain, anxiety and delirium.
The main functions of the NCREN are to undertake systematic reviews, randomized controlled trials and knowledge transfer research in addition to providing research training. One PhD scholarship will be awarded in one of the foci areas, with recipients undertaking systematic reviews and pilot randomised controlled trials as part of their degree.
Scholarship value and duration
The scholarship is worth $AU 32,000 per annum for three years, and will be paid as a fortnightly stipend.
These scholarships are available to Australian citizens and permanent residents, and New Zealand citizens who are enrolled in a PhD program in nursing, at Griffith University.
Griffith Business School, in collaboration with strong Global Advisors Pty Ltd is offering a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) scholarship worth $AU 32,000 per year.
This scholarship is for applicants wishing to undertake full time study in applied finance research topics such as: market efficiency, market microstructure, transaction costs, asset allocation and more.
Scholarship value and duration
This scholarship is worth $AU 32,000 tax free per year for three years (total $AU96.000), and will be paid as a fortnightly stipend.
This scholarship is open to students completing a Doctor of Philosophy degree program.
Applicants should have an Honours degree (1 or 2A) or equivalent.
This scholarship is open to both domestic and international student applicants, although applicants should note that this award is a living allowance scholarship only, and will not cover tuition fees. Overseas candidates will need to cover the cost of enrollment fees and any other compulsory costs.
The aim of the scholarship is to assist students with high levels of sporting and academic ability to gain tertiary qualifications from which they and the community will benefit. The scholarship will financially assist applicants on low incomes with additional cost associated with university.
There are two scholarships available, valued at $3000 each per annum for a total of three years (total of $9000 each scholarship). Payments will be made into the recipient’s nominated bank account each semester, providing the recipient meets GPA requirements and submits sporting reports on a bi-annual basis.
Griffith is an elite athlete-friendly university and has a strong commitment to sport and the role that it plays in a balanced educational environment. Fostering elite athletes and helping them to play sport whilst studying is a major part of that commitment. Griffith has many links with local and international sporting organisations. Griffith University, through the Griffith Sports College, assists elite athletes in sourcing flexible study means to enable them to continue performing at optimum level whilst studying.
Selection will be based on the following criteria:
high level of sporting achievement (competing at state level; representing school or University)
low-socio economic status
ability to succeed at University
Personal statement outlining why the awarding of the scholarship would be warranted and the potential benefits for the recipient
Australian citizen or Permanent Resident
current Griffith University undergraduate student or eligible for admission to any of Griffith University’s undergraduate programs.