Bond University PhD Scholarships, which is fully funded by Bond University, is presently accepting applications from eligible students.
The Bond University PhD Scholarships
The Bond University Scholarships offer financial assistance for tuition fees and living expenses to selected candidates.
The RTP (Research Training Program) scholarships, which are granted through a competitive and merit-based selection process, are specifically awarded to students with outstanding academic achievements and research aptitude.
The Bond University Scholarships are administered by the Australian government and aim to support eligible applicants pursuing a PhD by research in their desired field of study at Bond University.
Benefits of Bond University PhD Scholarships
The Bond University scholarships for the 2022-2023 academic year provide the following financial coverage:
1. The scholarship includes full coverage of tuition fees.
2. Both categories of scholarships offer annual stipends amounting to $29,863, which are paid each year.
3. Health coverage is also provided as part of the scholarship benefits.
Eligibility Requirements for Bond University Scholarships
1. Eligibility: The scholarship is open to both domestic and international students from all countries worldwide.
2. Admission Requirement: Applicants must complete the admission process and obtain an unconditional Letter of Admission from Bond University to pursue a doctoral degree program.
3. Full-time Program: Applicants must be enrolling in a full-time program of study at Bond University.
4. PhD Programs Only: Only doctoral programs are eligible for the scholarships. Master’s programs are not included.
5. Previous Scholarship Beneficiaries: Individuals who have previously received any form of higher degree scholarship from Bond University, regardless of whether their application was successful or not, are not eligible for further participation in the scholarship program.
6. English Language Proficiency: Applicants must demonstrate proficiency in the English language at a minimum overall level equivalent to IELTS 7.0, with no sub-component score lower than 6.5.
7. Academic Qualifications: Applicants should hold a four-year (eight semesters) honors degree with a First Class or 2A classification, along with a research master’s degree.
The application requirements include the following:
1. Research Project Proposal: A detailed proposal outlining the research project that the applicant intends to undertake.
2. Academic Transcripts: Submission of official academic transcripts containing information on grades achieved, institution grading systems/scales, and proof of program completion.
3. Curriculum Vitae (CV): A comprehensive CV highlighting the applicant’s academic and professional background, including research publications and conference presentations, if applicable.
4. Prize and Award Certificates: Certificates or documentation verifying any prizes or awards received by the applicant.
5. Referee Reports: Two reports from referees who can provide an assessment of the applicant’s academic abilities, research potential, and suitability for the scholarship program.