Applications are invited from suitably qualified international students to apply for International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS) to undertake the degree of Master by Research or Doctorate by Research at The University of Western Australia. Application for a scholarship is also an application for admission to the University.
The purpose of the IPRS scheme is to attract top quality international postgraduate students to areas in which the University has specialised research strengths and to support Australia’s research effort. Successful applicants can expect to become members of a research team working under the direction of senior researchers and in an area which has attracted external resources.
These scholarships cover International Tuition Fees for up to four (4) years, as well as Overseas Student Health Cover.
Successful applicants will also be awarded a full living allowance scholarship and UWA Top-Up Scholarship (the total combined value for 2015 is $29,000 per annum). Please see the entry for Australian Postgraduate Awards and UWA Safety-Net Top-Up Scholarships for further information.
Please also refer to the Australian Government website for Frequently Asked Questions about International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS).
IPRS Round 1 applications for 2016 closed on 31 August and applicants will be notified of the outcome in mid-October 2015.
Applicants for the IPRS Round 2 for 2016 will be notified of the outcome in mid-May 2016.
Available in the International Scholarships Round 2 2016.
Payment type – Tuition Fee Scholarship, Fortnightly Stipend and Health Insurance
Value – Please see conditions
Value unit – Per annum
Basis of award – Academic Achievement
Applications for international postgraduate research scholarships at UWA are rated according to the following criteria:
(a) Academic achievement; (b) English language achievement; (c) Research training achievement; and (d) Proposed research environment.
Allocation of scholarships is the outcome of a competitive ranking and selection process in which applications are scored and ranked by Schools, Faculties and the University Scholarships Committee, according to these common criteria and on the basis of evidence provided.