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Living allowance of $27,596 AUD per annum with potential of top-ups
Curtin University has an expanding alumni community and is pleased to offer the Alumni & Family Scholarship to any nationality except Australian. This scholarship category awards eligible students 25% of their first year of tuition. Curtin University acknowledges the importance of this group in growing the University and this scholarship aims to foster trust and confidence in Curtin University as a place for students to further their studies, careers and life experiences. In addition, if you enrol in a Curtin English Language program before starting your studies, you will receive a maximum of 10 weeks free English. If you require more than 10 weeks' English tuition to meet our requirements, fees apply for the tuition.
Curtin University understands there is a growing body of international students around the world studying for an Australian high school certificate. In support of this cohort, this scholarship aims to assist international students of any nationality except Australian, who successfully complete an Australian high school qualification either in Australia or overseas. Curtin offers an extensive range of undergraduate programs and this scholarship will help these students to pursue their dreams and continue their education association with Australia. In addition, if you enrol in a Curtin English Language program before starting your studies, you will receive a maximum of 10 weeks free English. If you require more than 10 weeks' English tuition to meet our requirements, fees apply for the tuition.
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This scholarship provides eligible students 25% of their first year tuition fee, up to a maximum of AUD$10,000.
Curtin University strives to give high achieving students around the world the opportunity to pursue their ambitions and gain a world-class education. Through the Merit scholarship, Curtin welcomes eligible students of any nationality except Australian. This scholarship category awards eligible students 10% of their first year of tuition. Curtin University acknowledges the importance of being one of Australia's most multicultural university campuses and this scholarship aims to grow the trust and confidence in Curtin University as a place for students to further their studies, careers and life experiences. In addition, if you enrol in a Curtin English Language program before starting your studies, you will receive a maximum of 10 weeks free English. If you require more than 10 weeks' English tuition to meet our requirements, fees apply for the tuition.
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This scholarship provides eligible students 10% of their first year tuition fee, up to a maximum of AUD$4,000.
A merit-based PhD scholarship is available for the holder to conduct research in a project, funded by the Australian Research Council Discovery Project scheme (ARC DP180100143).There is a growing demand to engage students in scientific thinking process and build their problem-solving capabilities through evidence-based teaching strategies. This project investigates how students develop creative and critical thinking skills as well as scientific understanding while constructing visual explanations (science diagrams) in groups. The project will also develop and evaluate teaching strategies to better support students’ scientific thinking skills and understanding.The PhD student will interact with secondary school science teachers and students, video-record classroom interactions, conduct interviews, analyse class videos and diagrams, write a doctoral thesis, and contribute to writing peer-reviewed journal articles.The successful PhD student will be supervised by a team of experienced science education researchers (Dr Mihye Won and Professor David F. Treagust) from the STEM Education Research Group (formerly Science and Mathematics Education Centre—SMEC) at Curtin University, Perth, Australia.A merit-based PhD scholarship is available for the holder to conduct research in a project, funded by the Australian Research Council Discovery Project scheme (ARC DP180100143).There is a growing demand to engage students in scientific thinking process and build their problem-solving capabilities through evidence-based teaching strategies. This project investigates how students develop creative and critical thinking skills as well as scientific understanding while constructing visual explanations (science diagrams) in groups. The project will also develop and evaluate teaching strategies to better support students’ scientific thinking skills and understanding.The PhD student will interact with secondary school science teachers and students, video-record classroom interactions, conduct interviews, analyse class videos and diagrams, write a doctoral thesis, and contribute to writing peer-reviewed journal articles.The successful PhD student will be supervised by a team of experienced science education researchers (Dr Mihye Won and Professor David F. Treagust) from the STEM Education Research Group (formerly Science and Mathematics Education Centre—SMEC) at Curtin University, Perth, Australia.
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This scholarship covers the tuition fees [$36,400/year] and the living stipend [$27,596/year] for three years.
China Scholarship Council - Post-graduate Study Abroad Program is a national scholarship program financing outstanding Chinese students (Chinese citizens) to study at top universities around the world.  Curtin University is a partner university in this program.  The online application for CSC scholarship opens in each calendar year: 1st round: March of each calendar year 2nd round: May of each calendar year CSC suggests applicants apply in the first round because 2nd round will not take place if allocated funding has been used up in the 1st round.  Please refer to CSC website for most up to date information.
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.
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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.
The Curtin Student Guild Childcare Grant is a SSAF funded program designed to assist Curtin students who experience an occasional and unexpected childcare need.
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The Grant can be used to purchase childcare services supplied by an Australian Government Dept. of Human Services approved provider.
Applications Open
1 Jan 2019