This scholarship is a school-funded initiative to provide eligible postgraduate research students with the opportunity to undertake study, learn new techniques, collaborate or explore opportunities for collaboration with other labs, universities or research institutions.
The value of the scholarship is $6,000 maximum, payable in one lump sum. The scholarship is tenable for one year only (travel must be taken in the year of award). The number of scholarships will depend on the number of applications received, the total travel cost, duration of travel and the value of the study/collaboration/learning opportunity to the student’s work and the BABS School.
The scholarship can be used for travel, reagents or project costs, accommodation and other related travel costs. The scholarship cannot be used to attend a conference (as there are other types of funding available for this purpose such as the BABS Travel Fund). Applicants must be undertaking full-time study in a BABS postgraduate research program. As limited funds are available, and to ensure that the student best represents the school and gains maximum benefit, support is not guaranteed.
For more details on how to apply consult the guidelines available on the BABS HDR SharePoint under Scholarships & financial support.
The application deadline is 31 March each year.
The UNSW Graduate Research School Development and Research Training Grant (DRTG) scheme provides 2nd and 3rd year candidates with an opportunity to enhance their candidature experience by providing funding to attend conferences, as well as profile building and skill development activities.
What activities are funded?
Further details are available on the UNSW HDR Hub.
The Faculty of Science provides students with several programs and scholarships that support and encourage them to become the next generation of leading researchers and scholars in their fields.
UNSW also provides some postgraduate scholarship opportunities that can be found at UNSW Scholarships and UNSW Postgraduate Research Scholarships.
This award recognises high quality PhD theses produced at UNSW. To receive this award, candidates must produce a thesis that requires only minimal corrections, received outstanding and/or excellent levels of achievement for all examination criteria, and in the opinion of both examiners is in the top 10% of PhD theses they have examined.
Further details about this award are available on the UNSW HDR Hub.