Application is now open for the Dr Jian Zhou Memorial Scholarship at the University of Queensland. Interested applicants are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.
About the University of Queensland and Scholarship
A State Parliament Act created the University of Queensland in 1909, and it was formally constituted on April 16, 1910, with the gazette of appointments to the first UQ Senate. In 1911, the first lessons were held in Brisbane’s Old Government House on George Street. There were three faculties and 83 students (60 males and 23 females) in the first year.
In 1999, UQ established a significant campus in Ipswich’s provincial center, replacing the Challinor Centre mental health hospital. This campus was transferred to the University of Southern Queensland in January 2015, however, UQ continued to teach at the USQ Ipswich campus until 2016 to assist certain students with their studies.
Queensland has a high emphasis on science, medical, and technology research. UQ Professor Ian Frazer pioneered the creation of cervical cancer vaccinations, Gardasil and Cervarix, as part of the university’s scientific advancement. According to the Australian Cancer Research Foundation, UQ has assumed the lead in various areas of cancer research.
Dr Jian Zhou Memorial Scholarship was established in Dr Jian Zhou’s memory to help higher degree by research (HDR) students in health and medicine.
Details about Dr Jian Zhou Memorial Scholarship at the University of Queensland:
Scholarship Sponsor: University of Queensland, Australia
Scholarship Value: $12,500 per annum
Number of awards: Varies
Study level: Postgraduate
Host Institution(s): University of Queensland, Australia
Enrolment Status: Future UQ student
Eligibility Criteria for Dr Jian Zhou Memorial Scholarship at the University of Queensland
You are qualified if you enroll at The University of Queensland, are awarded a base stipend scholarship to pursue a Higher Degree by Research, and have been admitted to a Ph.D. program in the field of health and medicine.
Your application’s ranking will be determined by:
- Academic Progress and the Chance of Academic Success
- Any other information that the selection committee deems pertinent to the applicant’s future research plans.
Application Procedure for Dr Jian Zhou Memorial Scholarship at the University of Queensland
When you apply for a higher degree by research program at UQ in the following scholarship cycle, you will be eligible for this award.
This is a charitable HDR Living award that follows the guidelines established in Schedule A Postgraduate Research Scholarships. All beneficiaries of generous scholarships must adhere to the terms and conditions of UQ research and travel scholarships, including reporting and progress requirements.
Holders of these charitable scholarships must mention them in any publication published as a consequence of research undertaken while the scholarship was held.
Donors may also request the scholarship recipient to give a presentation on the work done as part of the award, in which case the recipient must comply or risk losing the grant. The information you give in your application is used to (1) evaluate your eligibility for this award, (2) select scholarship winners, and (3) administer the scholarship. The information you supply to the Donor may be disclosed by the University of Queensland for the mentioned objectives. Otherwise, unless authorized or required by law, the University will not share the information with a third party without your approval. Please see the University’s Privacy Management Policy for more details.
On a case-by-case basis, a domestic part-time student with carer obligations, a medical condition, or a handicap that prohibits them from studying full-time may be eligible for scholarship consideration.