Monash University is now accepting applications for its fully-funded Sir James McNeill Postgraduate Research Scholarship.
About Monash University and Scholarship
Monash University (/mnae/) is a public research university with its headquarters in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It was established in 1958 and is the second-oldest university in the state, bearing the name of a notable World War I general, Sir John Monash.
The Sir James McNeill Postgraduate Research Award is a fully financed award for overseas students. This award is available for master’s and doctorate research programs. This scholarship offers an annual living allowance of $36,800, a relocation payment of $550, and an annual research allowance of $1,500.
In memory of the late Sir James McNeill, who had a long association with Monash University, the Sir James McNeill Postgraduate Research Scholarship (SJMN) was established. It is supported by a private trust. This esteemed scholarship may be used for research that is both ethically sound and socially useful, and it aids in covering a student’s living expenses while they are enrolled in Monash.
Details about Sir James McNeill Postgraduate Research Scholarship at Monash University:
Scholarship Sponsor: Monash University, Australia
Scholarship Value: Up to $40,480
Number of awards: One
Study level: Masters, PhD
Host Institution(s): Monash University, Australia
Courses: Arts (School of Music only), Engineering, Medicine, Nursing, Health Sciences, Science
Sir James McNeill Postgraduate Research Scholarship will provide:
- Annual living allowance: $36,800
- Relocation allowance: $1,500
- Research allowance per annum: $1,500
Sir James McNeill Postgraduate Research Scholarship – Eligibility Criteria
Candidates must meet the following criteria to be eligible for the Sir James McNeill Postgraduate Research Scholarship:
- English is a required language.
- IELTS minimum criteria for the General category are (6.5) overall (no band lower than 6.0) and (79+). The TOEFL has three sections: reading, listening, and writing.
- IELTS standards for arts, business, and economics are (7) overall with no band lower than 6.5 and (94+). Writing 24, Speaking 20, and Reading 19 on the TOEFL.
- All nations in the world are eligible.
- Australian permanent resident
- Australian humanitarian visa holder
- An International student
- A New Zealand citizen
- An Australian citizen.
- You may check the requirements for admission to a research master’s program here.
- Possess credentials that, in the eyes of GRC, are similar.
- Scholarships are given out based on the academic record, research output, and past research experience of the candidate.
- Has not held a Postgraduate Research Award supported by Monash or the Australian Government for more than six months in the past.
- Have filled out an application for a scholarship this year.
- Be conducting research that is both ethical in the way it affects the environment and useful to society.
Documents Required for Application:
- Curriculum vitae for academics.
- A testamur, degree certificate, or official transcript from the university that granted the degree, together with information on the grading structure.
- A citizenship document.
- Proof that you fulfill the standards for English language competence.
- Request to Apply.
- Proposal for a study.
Application Process for Sir James McNeill Postgraduate Research Scholarship
The Sir James McNeill Postgraduate Research Scholarship application instructions are as follows:
- Before applying, you must first get an invitation. To be eligible for one, you must submit an expression of interest and/or find a supervisor willing to oversee your study. Depending on the faculty or institution.
- Every stage of the online application is described on this page.
- If you want your application to be reviewed for a scholarship, please specify it on the form. There is no need for you to fill out a separate application.
Note: You don’t need to mention which scholarship you’re applying for since, if you’re eligible, you’ll be taken into account for all graduate research fellowships. Please email Mr. Timothy Stranks (Museums Victoria) at email@example.com if there is no prior connection with a Museums Victoria curator.
The Application Deadline is: October 31, 2023.