We have a number of international Ph.D. fellowships at Macquarie (details below). Potential candidates interested in proposing Ph.D. projects related to marine conservation and ecology can contact Elizabeth Madin.
Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia will have 30 iMQRES (for international) and 20 MQRES (for domestic) fellowships available to new commencing PhD candidates only. These candidates must meet our direct PhD admission and scholarship criteria and are able to commence no later than 15 December 2015! International candidates must submit their applications before 30 September 2015. Successful candidates must commence by 15 December 2015. Domestic candidates must submit their applications before 31 October 2015.
These scholarships will be made to the first approved 30 international and 20 domestic PhD offers. Once all scholarships have been allocated there will be no further 2015 general scholarships available.
Value and tenure: The iMQRES covers international tuition fees for up to a maximum of three years for a full-time Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). In addition to the tuition fees covered under the MQRES program, Macquarie University offers international awardees a matching living allowance stipend for up to a maximum of three years for a full-time PhD, valued at $25,849 per annum tax exempt (2015 rate) paid as a fortnightly stipend.