The Australian National University is a national research university Founded in 1946 with a specific mission to develop the nation’s excellent research ability in domains that would be relevant to the nation’s future. It is the first and only university that was set up by the Australian Parliament.
The university counts 10,052 students at the undergraduate degree level and 10,840 at the postgraduate degree and employs 3,753 people.
Since 2017, The Australian National University has been classified 21st in the world according to the Times Higher Education’s global Employability Ranking. The university places in the world’s best 10 in the fields of humanities, geography, earth and marine sciences, philosophy, geology, politics and sociology.
Undergraduate students at the Australian National University are members of the Australian National University Students’ Association; the Research Students’ Association represents postgraduate students.
Both associations operated and provided services on all students’ behalf, including running stores and grocery.
The Australian National University offers grants and scholarships that help develop Australia and the regions. In order to assist in this special assignment, the Government of Australia awarded ANU the National Institutes Grant in appreciation of the University’s contribution as a major national resource since its foundation.
Australian National University MPhil scholarships are now accessible to international students and MPhil students in the area of Philosophy.
- Host University: Australian National University;
- Host Country: Australia;
- Study Level: Master in Philosophy;
- Scholarship Type: Full Tuition Award;
- Eligible Countries: International Students;
- Application Deadline: March 31, 2021.
Benefits of the Scholarship:
The scholarship covers the whole cost of study for international students who want to follow a Master’s degree at the Australian National University for the academic year 2020/2021.
To be admitted, the candidates must hold a first class honours degree or a graduate degree, or a research master’s degree from a leading university.
Students wishing to apply for this scholarship must be registered for MPhil courses at the Australian National University.
After registration, applicants are strongly encouraged to get in touch with the appropriate academic supervisor, in advance of the application, to review and agree on the suggested research subject and associated issues.