Application is now open for the Alumni Friends HDR Dentistry Top-Up Scholarship at the University of Queensland. Interested candidates are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.
About the University of Queensland and Scholarship
The University of Queensland was created by a State Parliament Act in 1909, and on April 16, 1910, the first UQ Senate nominations were gazetted, making it a legally binding entity. The Old Government House on George Street in Brisbane served as the site of the inaugural lectures in 1911. There were three faculties and 83 students (60 men and 23 women) in the first year.
Drs. Chris Muir, Marcus Tod, and John O’Hare, who serve on the caretaker committee, along with Dr. Stephen Papas, launched a fundraising campaign to create an endowment fund to support research for the provision of oral healthcare for people facing long-term hardships to commemorate the 2019 closure of the Alumni and Friends Dentistry Special Interest Group. The Alumni Friends HDR Dentistry Top-Up Scholarship will assist a higher-degree Research student who is conducting oral health research but is experiencing financial difficulty. Candidates whose research will improve oral health in underserved regions will be given preference.
Details about Alumni Friends HDR Dentistry Top-Up Scholarship at the University of Queensland:
Scholarship Sponsor: University of Queensland, Australia
Scholarship Value: $13,000 per annum
Number of awards: Varies
Study level: Postgraduate
Host Institution(s): University of Queensland, Australia
Enrolment Status: Future UQ student
Eligibility Criteria for Alumni Friends HDR Dentistry Top-Up Scholarship
You qualify for this scholarship if you need financial assistance and have been awarded a basic stipend scholarship to pursue a higher degree by research in the field of oral health. If your study improves oral health in underserved populations, you will be given precedence.
Your application will be evaluated based on these factors:
- Academic progress and the likelihood of academic success
- Any other information that the selection committee deems pertinent to the applicant’s future research plans.
- As part of the selection process, you could be asked to provide supporting paperwork or other materials.
Application Process for Alumni Friends HDR Dentistry Top-Up Scholarship at the University of Queensland
When you apply to UQ’s higher degree by research program in the upcoming scholarship cycle, your application will be taken into account for this scholarship.
The criteria and conditions of the Schedule A Postgraduate Research Scholarships apply to this generous HDR top-up scholarship. All beneficiaries of charitable scholarships are expected to stick to the terms of the UQ research and travel scholarships, including the reporting and progress criteria.
These philanthropic scholarship recipients are required to mention the awards in any publication that is published as a result of the study that was carried out when they were recipients of the fellowship.
The scholarship recipient may also be asked to give a presentation on the work achieved while receiving the award; in this instance, they must receive the invitation or risk losing the scholarship. Your application’s information is gathered for three purposes: to determine your candidacy for the scholarship, to choose the award beneficiaries, and to manage the fund. To accomplish the aforementioned objectives, The University of Queensland may divulge the information you give the Donor. Without your permission or unless necessary or authorized by law, the University will not in any other way release the information to a third party. Consult the University’s Privacy Management Policy for additional information.
Scholarships may be taken into consideration for domestic part-time students with caregiving responsibilities, a medical condition, or a disability that prevents them from going to school full-time.
The Submission Deadline is: 24 September 2023