The University of Western Sydney is a leading academic public university located in Western Greater Sydney, Australia. It is the product of a fusion of two legacy institutions, which formed a unified university network.
The University of Western Sydney is a global university of excellent standing with a continually developing international reputation for quality in academic achievement and research.
By placing a strong accent on preparing graduates for the professional community, the University of Western Sydney is collaborating with leaders in both business and industry to produce educational courses that answer the demands of employers, the occupations of the future, as well as the unique opportunities and issues of a truly dynamic worldwide workplace.
Professor Kai Yip Cho Memorial Doctoral Scholarship is available for International Students. This fellowship gives doctoral students the opportunity to participate in all subjects offered by the University of Western Sydney.
- Host University: Western Sydney University;
- Host Country: Australia;
- Study Level: PhD;
- Scholarship Type: Partial Funding;
- Scholarship Worth: 7,500AUD;
- Eligible Countries: International Students;
- Subjects available: All Subjects;
- Application Deadline: January 31, 2021.
The University of Western Sydney will be awarding a scholarship, complementing the applicant’s available scholarship for full-time study by $7,500 (AUD) annually. The supplement will be awarded in two separate, payments on a weekly basis.
To be admitted, the candidates must meet all of the requirements listed below:
- Need to begin a PhD program at the University of Western Sydney in 2019 or 2020 in the subject of biochemistry or microbiology, or engage in a research project with a strong academic background in one of these subjects;
- Be working as a graduate student on a scholarship.
- Academic language skills: International students will generally have to complete certain language tests in English to meet the university requirements.
In order to be selected for the scholarship, candidates are required to be accepted into a PhD program at the University of West Sydney. Once students have completed their application, they need to proceed to the official university website for detailed information on how to apply for a project scholarship.
The student needs to include his or her academic diplomas, certificates, grades and CV with his or her candidature file.