There are a variety of specific scholarships on offer for students who choose to study at the School of Earth Sciences (Geology Geochemistry and Geophysics) or CODES ARC Centre of Excellence in Ore Deposits. The scholarships cover things such as living allowances, research project costs and international tuition fees. These change occasionally, so it is a good idea to keep an eye on this section of our website.
The University, School and Centre offer various scholarships and prizes for undergraduate students. The Scholarship values range from $3,000 to $10,000 pa for a duration of 1-4 years. Many are funded by the minerals industry.
Eligibility for each scholarship differs and is dependent on a variety of factors such as:
The School and Centre may offer living allowance scholarships for Honours students. Depending on the project you choose, we also offer project funding to cover expenses such as field work and analyses. The Scholarship values currently range from $5,000 to $12,500 pa for a duration of 1 year; most are funded by the minerals industry.
In addition, mainland and overseas students may also apply for Relocation Scholarships ($1,000) to assist their arrival and departure from Tasmania, regardless of their success with other scholarships. Part or all of this allowance is claimable upon provision of receipts. Contact Dr Garry Davidson regarding Honours scholarship enquiries, and view the Honours Project lists for funding details on specific projects.
Applications close at the end of October each year and eligibility for each scholarship differs and is dependent on a variety of factors such as:
The School and Centre have a wide range of generous funding available to support postgraduate study for Australian and international students. This includes living allowance scholarships (ranging from approximately $23,700 to $30,000 per annum), research project funding and international tuition fees scholarships. Eligibility for this funding relates to:
Sometimes there are already specific projects and funding in place and a scholarship is advertised, but more often the student chooses their theme or area of interest and contacts a relevant academic to discuss details relating to project and funding options available.
Academic staff in CODES Centre of Excellence and the School of Earth Sciences have very wide Earth science expertise, as well as an established record of successful supervision of PhD and MSc projects. They can be consulted at any time regarding potential research projects in their respective fields of expertise. Visit our PhD and MSc Research Projects page which links our major research areas alongside the relevant academic staff members. It also provides a direct link to the profile page of each academic which provides detailed information on their research interests, publications and achievements.
The Tasmania Scholarships Program supports the University's commitment to offer students an exemplary learning environment. The program provides students with significant financial and academic support to study at the University of Tasmania at a time they most need it. Awards are offered in a wide range of disciplines to students studying at undergraduate, Honours, and postgraduate levels. Eligibility ranges from financial difficulty to academic excellence.
N.B. many of the School and Centre scholarships may also be advertised on the University scholarships site.
Authorised by the Head of School, Earth Sciences
23 December, 2012