Further information on the Business School Scholarships can be obtained from Sophia Davidson Gluyas, Coordinator HDR Training, The University of Sydney Business School
- T +61 2 9351 3086
- E sophia.davidsongluyas
More information is available on the Scholarships Office website.
If you are eligible we ask that you apply for an RTP Stipend (domestic students) or RTP Stipend and Fee Offset (international students) by the specified deadlines.
Candidates must be awarded a primary University of Sydney or Business School Scholarship in the first instance. The MEAFA top-up to the maximum of $40,005 total (primary plus top-up) per annum.
Domestic or International full-time candidates enrolling in the Business School PhD program are eligible to apply. Candidates must have interest in working in financial analysis using advanced quantitative research methods in statistics, econometrics or operations management. Visit the MEAFA website for further information.
The deadline for application is 30th November for studies commencing in the first semester, and 30th May for studies commencing in the second semester.
Candidates must be awarded a primary University of Sydney or Business School Scholarship in the first instance. The Accounting Foundation top-up is valued at $15,000 (top-up only) per annum.
Domestic or International full-time candidates enrolling in the Business School PhD program are eligible to apply. Candidates must conduct research in accounting, with supervision from the Discipline of Accounting at The University of Sydney. Visit Accounting Foundation for further information about the Accounting Foundation.
The deadline for application is 30th November for studies commencing in research period 2, and 30th May for studies commencing in research period 3.”
PhD students applying to the Business School, particularly if they are studying finance or accounting, may apply for a CMCRC scholarship of up to $50,000 per year. However, special conditions apply to these scholarships. Details can be found at www.CMCRC.com (students should consult this website before directing enquiries to the Business School staff). Note successful international candidates may also be considered for a Fee Award that covers tuition fees.
The University of Sydney Business School is committed to cultivating and nurturing our connections with industry, both in Australia and overseas. We aim to increase industry engagement in research training programs by facilitating collaborative PhD scholarships between industry partners and the University of Sydney Business School. We consider these connections as strategic partnerships for industry; an important way to invest in the education of the business leaders of tomorrow.
Members of industry interested in developing a scholarship with the University of Sydney Business School please email Sophia Davidson Gluyas for more information
Under a Partnered Scholarship the student will receive the same funding as other Business School HDR scholarships. If an academic secures a commitment by an industry partner to support a PhD stipend, then the School/University will meet the first 2/3 per annum for the cost of the scholarship, with the partner providing the remaining 1/3 per annum (these amounts will be based on the current Business School Research Scholarship rate). Any increase in the scholarship amount during the period of the student’s enrolment will be met by the School. Once funding is secured, the scholarship is advertised and students are invited to apply for the Partnered Scholarship via the Higher Degree by Research program at the School.
Industry Partners are able to engage in a low-risk, financially attractive option for involvement with the university research program. They develop a named scholarship which is advertised and promoted and are the beneficiary of research outputs. The University of Sydney Business School has the opportunity to build industry connections and increase the pool of scholarship money (which facilities attracting higher quality students). The Higher degree Research candidate receives an attractive scholarship package, works on a highly relevant topic (supported by both academia and industry) and develops industry connections during and after the PhD.
A University of Sydney Business School Partnered Research Scholarship is an ideal way for industry to utilise independent research to find solutions for long term challenges. This type of relationship provides the partner industries with answers that are based on solid methodology and innovative, peer reviewed, research. Candidates work under the supervision of their academic mentors and has input from senior academics throughout. Through working with an industry partner, PhD candidates are able to gain valuable industry specific experience and a network of industry contacts. Such relationships will benefit the student whether they move into the corporate world or forge an academic career.
The University of Sydney Business School and Lion Pty Ltd in collaboration offering a PhD scholarship to work on a joint PhD project in the area of supply chain management. The candidate will be based in the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS) within the University of Sydney Business School. ITLS is a renowned international centre of transport, logistics and supply chain management, and holds the Australian government’s highest possible rating of 5 for a research centre.
The University of Sydney Business School and Rich Data Corporation (RDC) are in collaboration offering a PhD scholarship to work on a joint PhD project in financial research. The candidate will be based in the Discipline of Finance within the University of Sydney Business School. The finance discipline is internationally recognised for its innovative business education, industry engagement, and high-impact research. Our graduates are sought after by some of the premier investment banks, fund managers and securities brokers in the world.
The Business School is funding a stipend valued at $32,000, open to domestic and international (tuition fees covered) students. Tuition Fee Award only scholarships are also available for international students who have secured stipend funding elsewhere. Commencing candidates must have formally applied for a place in the degree program (MPhil or PhD) by the closing dates (31st October 2016). Applicants will not be awarded a scholarship unless an offer to study in the program is also made. If a candidate is a continuing student time spent in the program will be deducted from the three year duration of the award. Applicants must not hold any other type of Scholarship when applying for Business School Scholarships. Further Details and How to Apply
Domestic and International PhD & MPhil candidates enrolled full time. Continuing full time candidates can also apply up until the third year of candidature.
Available for a period of up to 3 years with a possible 6 month extension.
$32,000 per annum paid as a stipend. Note successful international candidates may also be considered for a Fee Award that covers tuition fees.
There are two application rounds a year, one in May and one in October. This page will be updated with a link to the scholarship application page when the funding rounds open.
*Full eligibility criteria is available from the Coordinator HDR Training.
Further information on University Scholarships can be viewed at the following websites:
Fee Award Scholarships cover tuition fees for outstanding international candidates eligible for entry to either the PhD or MPhil. The awards are open to commencing candidates, not continuing students. The duration of a Fee Award Scholarship is 3 years for a PhD student (and 18 months for an MPhil student) with the possibility to apply for a 6 month extension subject to satisfactory progress. Where a Fee Award is given for a student entering as an MPhil student, the award will be extended for a further 18 months if the candidate is successful in transferring to a PhD, and is able to demonstrate stipend support for the whole period.
Fee Award Scholarships are awarded based on academic merit and are limited by budget constraints.
Applications can be made during the two Business School Research Scholarship funding rounds in May and October. We ask that applicants please mark on their application that they wish to be considered for a Fee Award only if they have stipend support elsewhere, otherwise all International candidates will be considered for both a stipend and a Fee Award.
Out of round Fee Award Scholarship applications will also be considered throughout the year for outstanding international candidates who have secured stipend or project funding (i.e. ARC) support. Information on how to apply for an Out of round Fee Award Scholarship is detailed here.
Note: Guarantees of family income will not be acceptable to meeting the requirement for stipend support.
Application for Fee Awards must be initiated by the proposed candidate’s academic supervisor. Applications will be considered throughout the year for outstanding international candidates who have secured stipend support. Documents required are:
All the listed documents should be forwarded to the Research Unit; Sophia Davidson Gluyas firstname.lastname@example.org for dissemination to the Fee Awards Committee.
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