Register for University of Melbourne 2023/2024 Donovan-Johnston Memorial Scholarship Application Form in Australia – apply now before application form closing date – get started below:
University of Melbourne 2023/2024 Donovan-Johnston Memorial Scholarship is open for Australian / domestic student International student. Up to $30,000 to all successful selected applicants;
Requirements/Eligibility for 2023/2024 Donovan-Johnston Memorial Scholarship in Australia
To be eligible for this scholarship, you must:
- be an outstanding enrolled graduate researcher of the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences be a medical graduate enrolled in a graduate research degree in the Melbourne Medical School attend education courses conducted by or in association with the Royal College of Surgeons of England OR participate in a clinical attachment to one or more hospitals within the UK recognised for training towards fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of England satisfy the Faculty’s entry requirements for PhD
Selection criteria Eligible applicants are selected on the basis of academic merit, the faculty scholarship score, demonstrated skill in the relevant research area, career aspiration and the terms and conditions of the trust.The selection committee will base its assessment on the application form, academic transcripts, the faculty scholarship score, the student’s project proposal, CV and referee reports.See the full MDHS Graduate Research Trust Scholarships Terms and Conditions.
Benefits for successful applicants
Up to $30,000, shared among multiple applicants. This scholarship will normally pay for an economy return air fare, tuition, and accommodation and living costs for successful applicants.
How to apply for Donovan-Johnston Memorial Scholarship in Australia
Start online application via Official Website HERE.
- This scholarship is administered by the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences. Please request an application form from firstname.lastname@example.org.
- When will I know the outcome?
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