Scholarships range from annual stipends, living allowances and tuition fee costs, to travel scholarships and supplements. They support current and new postgraduate research candidates at UNSW.
If you are interested in applying for a postgraduate scholarship, please visit the UNSW Scholarships website.
Top-ranked holders of RTP (Research Training Program) and UIPA (University International Postgraduate Award), including both University Domestic and International Postgraduate Awards, will be awarded the UNSW Arts, Design & Architecture top-up scholarship of $5,000 per annum for three years.
Students do not need to apply for the top-up scholarships and recipients will be notified by the faculty after receiving notification of an RTP or UIPA award. Recipients of the top-up scholarships are required to maintain satisfactory progress throughout the duration of their research program.
*Please note that top-up scholarships are for three years only and will not be extended even if the RTP or UIPA is extended.
*Recipients of a University Research Excellence Award are not eligible for a UNSW Law & Justice top-up scholarship.
$30,000 per year for a maximum of 4 years
The purpose of the Scholarship is to support PhD candidates working on a topic related to the sociocultural aspects of automated decision-making in health or medicine under the supervision of Professor Deborah Lupton at the UNSW Node of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making + Society. The Scholarship will provide a stipend for general living costs. It will have a value of $30,000 per annum and will be payable for a maximum of 4 years of candidature. The Scholarship will be paid fortnightly as a stipend by the Graduate Research School (GRS).
The candidate must be eligible to enrol in an accredited Research Doctorate at UNSW. Applicants for this scholarship will not be considered if they do not meet the minimum UNSW requirements for doctoral candidature. Please check the requirements for admission for candidature before completing this form. For more detailed selection criteria, please see the application form.
Closing date: applications will remain open until the scholarship is awarded
The faculty recognises high-quality research outputs from our postgraduate research candidates, including publications in scopus indexed journals and non-traditional research outputs of high merit.
Postgraduate research candidates who reach their thesis submission milestone early are recognised by the faculty with the on-time thesis submission award.
2021 recipients to be announced shortly.
This scholarship is available to assist female artists under the age of 35 years to undertake postgraduate research studies in art.
Deadline: 30 November
Tenure: 1 year
Female students who are under 35 years old completing the Master of Fine Arts by research.
Australian citizens or permanent residents.
Selection will be based on academic merit, reasons for undertaking the current and/or proposed study, and consideration of financial need. Applicants need to provide at least six images of their work, including information on the dimensions and materials of each work. These images can be supplied either electronically on DVD/CD or as attached printed images (no larger than A4).
Applicants must include a personal statement addressing the selection criteria as part of their application.
Please mail completed applications to:
UNSW Art & Design
PO Box 259
Paddington NSW 2021
Hand in applications to:
UNSW Art & Design Student Centre
The Scholarship will be paid as a stipend for general living costs at $30,000 per annum and a research allowance of $5,000 per annum. It will be payable for 3.5 years. The scholarship will be held in conjunction with a Tuition Fee Scholarship (TFS) if the recipient is international.
Associate Professor Anita Lawrence graduated as the University’s first female architect in 1955. She was the first woman to receive a University Medal from UNSW, she was granted a Bachelor of Architecture with First Class Honours, before beginning a 32-year teaching career at UNSW, where she specialised in acoustics and design. She was also one of the founding members of the Australian Acoustical Society.
As cities become denser, so too the noise impacts of living and working nearby magnify. The operations of a 24/7 city encroach on the amenity of our urban environments daily. While regulation can go some way to manage the urban noise impacts of heavy traffic, noise from building plant and equipment or noisy neighbours in our urban environment, good design is also critical to the management of unwanted noise externally as well as within our building interiors, in co-working spaces, restaurants and between neighbouring apartments for example.
Candidates with significant industry experience are encouraged to apply. In addition to the below, other topics are also welcome.
Impacts of noise on human health and well-being
Amelioration and mitigation of noise impacts
Post-occupancy evaluation (PoE)
The candidate must be enrolled or enrolling in an accredited higher degree research course of study at UNSW.
The scholarship is available to both new and existing candidates.
The scholarship is available to full-time and part-time candidates.
The duration and payment of the scholarship will be pro-rata if awarded to an existing and/or part-time candidate.
Interest in research and/or an academic career in acoustics With a focus on architectural acoustics and noise control in buildings and community noise
Formal applications should be emailed to email@example.com and should include:
The subject line for your email should be: Anita B. Lawrence PhD Scholarship in Acoustics
Please note, you will also be required to submit an Expression of Interest for admission to the PhD at UNSW Faculty of Arts, Design and Architecture. Please see here for more details.
For any further information please email Professor Deo Prasad (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Formal applications should be emailed to email@example.com by Friday, 25 June 2021