CSIRO Curtin University Digital Agriculture Scholarships
Curtin University and CSIRO Data61 and Agriculture and Food business units are offering PhD stipends and top-up scholarships for students with a digital or data-driven background who would like to apply their skills to the agricultural domain.
Applicants may apply to one of the advertised projects or put forward a project of their own.
PhD stipends at the Research Training Program base rate ($27,596 in 2019), and/or top-up scholarships of $10,000 p.a.
PhD students can also receive up to $5,000 to fund incidentals such as conference travel as part of the scheme.
Students must not be subject to an obligation to a third party to provide that third party with rights to any IP created in the course of their degree.
Student must be enrolled at the university in a postgraduate research degree in a field of student in alignment with CSIRO’s research direction in information sciences and agriculture
Student must have an outstanding undergraduate record (the Student is expected to have obtained a first class honours degree or equivalent). Students with Honours II div 1 are also eligible subject to evidence of research aptitude, such as publications in national and international journals.