The CSIRO-UTAS PhD Program in Quantitative Marine Science (QMS) is recruiting students with a background in mathematics, &/or, statistics, who also have a major in physics, life sciences, chemistry, engineering , geomatics, and/or economics to undertake PhD projects in physical oceanography, meteorology, ecological modelling, biogeochemical modelling and fisheries economics.
CSIRO-UTAS PhD Program in Quantitative Marine Science with top-up Scholarship $AUD 32,000 p.a (tax free)
Both scholarships are offered for three years (with the option of up to 6 months extension).
QMS also provides up to $2000 towards thesis production costs and a competitive travel grant to attend conferences and short courses.
CSIRO-UTAS PhD Program in Quantitative Marine Science international scholarships with top-up $AUD 32,000 p.a.
This scholarship is offered for three years (with the option of up to 6 months extension).
We also provide up to $2000 towards thesis production costs and a competitive travel grant to attend conferences and short courses.
Tuition fee scholarships.
Tuition fees apply to all international applicants. International students can apply for the following scholarships to cover their tuition fees. We encourage you to also investigate funding opportunities in your home country.
IMAS tuition fee scholarships valued at between $AUD 13,250-30,000 p.a
Full and partial scholarships are available on a competitive basis to appropriate applicants undertaking research projects closely aligned with IMAS research objectives. Other scholarships options are listed below. We encourage you to also investigate funding opportunities in your home country.
This scholarship is offered for a maximum of 4 years with no extension
Other sources of funding for International Students
- Endeavour International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (EIPRS)
- Thomas Crawford Memorial Scholarship
Students from France who are interested in undertaking a joint degree program can enrol in the cotutelle PhD program at UTAS
Students from other overseas countries who are interested in a joint degree program may be interested in a Conjoint Doctoral Degree
There are a number of addtional funding opportunities available to current candidates