What does the scholarship provide?
Domestic candidates will receive a tax-free stipend of $30,000 per annum for up to 3 years to support living costs, supported by the Research Training Program (RTP) Fee Offset. International candidates will receive a tax-free stipend of $30,000 per annum for up to 3 years to support living costs. Those with a strong track record will be eligible for a tuition fee waiver. Support for conference attendance, fieldwork and additional costs as approved by the School.
International candidates are required to hold an Overseas Student Health Care (OSHC)(opens in new window)Opens in a new window insurance policy for the duration their study in Australia. This cost is not covered by the scholarship.
We welcome applicants from a range of backgrounds, who are keen to apply their skills to key issues in diabetes and pregnancy. In particular, the project is suitable for candidates with strong interests in diabetes and pregnancy.
The successful applicant should: hold qualifications and experience equal to one of the following (i) an Australian First Class Bachelor (Honours) degree, (ii) coursework Masters with at least 25% research component, (iii) Research Masters degree, or (iv) equivalent overseas qualifications. demonstrate strong academic performance in subjects relevant to diabetes in pregnancy. have an understanding of the importance of the effect of hyperglycaemia on fetal growth. be willing and able to learn how to undertake shearwave elastography of both liver and placenta. be enthusiastic and highly motivated to undertake further study at an advanced level.
International applicants must demonstrate English language proficiency