Research scholarships from science you should know

21 February 2018


Our scholarship programs aim to provide financial support to students and assist them to excel academically. At the Faculty of Science we have many Science Research Scholarships, covering research topics from ambient sea noises to analysing viruses. Here are 3 research scholarships from science you should know about;

Postgraduate Research Supplementary Scholarship in Human Genome Editing

This Scholarship is available for PhD students studying human genome editing in the Dr John and Anne Chong Lab for Functional Genomics at the Charles Perkins Centre at the University of Sydney, to support the living costs of students while completing their studies.

The Scholarship is open to Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents and New Zealand citizens who have an unconditional offer for admission into a full-time PhD within Faculty of Science at the University of Sydney. Applicants must be undertaking research in human genome editing within the Dr John and Anne Chong Lab for Functional Genomics at the Charles Perkins Centre. Applicants must also be in recipient of a primary scholarship from the University of Sydney that will provide a stipend allowance.

Chickpea Production Scholarship

Postgraduate Research Scholarship in Chickpea Production in northern Australia

A research opportunity is available for an outstanding PhD scholar in the area of agriculture. Through the Cooperative Research Centre Project (CRC-P) the University of Sydney will fund two PhD led projects investigating chickpea production delivering advances in productivity and sustainability to northern Australia. Projects will focus on developing heat tolerant chickpea lines and the identification and development of rhizobial inoculants for northern Australian soils.

Dean's Scholarship

Dean's International Postgraduate Research Scholarships for the Faculty of Science

The Faculty of Science offers a limited number of full-time postgraduate research scholarships to outstanding international students wishing to undertake a research doctorate degree (PhD) in Science.