Financial support for living costs and tuition fees enables research students to focus on their research. The University of Tasmania offers a variety of living allowance scholarships and travel scholarships for selected international research students.
If unsuccessful, an application for scholarship may result in an offer of candidature only. International candidates have six months to accept or decline an offer of candidature and/or scholarship, and six months to commence their candidature.
International candidates who accept a candidature only offer must confirm they are able to cover all expenses of PhD study in Tasmania (including living expenses, tuition fees and Overseas Student Health Cover). You may need to provide evidence of financial capacity to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection when you apply for a student visa.
Further information on the type of scholarships and entry requirements is provided below.
Notice to current candidates
The Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) and International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS) will be replaced by the Research Training Program (RTP) Stipend Scholarship from 1 January 2017.