Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or Australian permanent residents; be in receipt of a primary scholarship such as the Australian Postgraduate Award, University Postgraduate Award or equivalent; and be undertaking research in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be enrolled in an undergraduate degree in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics; be eligible to enrol in a final year honours project relevant to biomedical engineering; and be experiencing financial hardship.
Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or Australian permanent residents; be able to demonstrate financial hardship; be eligible to enrol or be enrolled as a full-time student; be intending to enrol or be enrolled as an internal student based on a campus; hold a bachelor degree with first class honours (H1) or equivalent; not have completed a degree either at the same level as, or at a higher level; have been accepted into the proposed HDR by the BGRS; and not be in receipt of another award or scholarship that provides a benefit greater than 75 per cent of the William and Marlene Schrader Postgraduate Scholarships base stipend rate.
Applicants must: be enrolled as full time students at the University of Western Australia; have successfully completed 2 years of study in physiology; and be undertaking a physiology research project of at least 6 and no more than 8 weeks’ duration during the long vacation under the supervision of a member of staff in Physiology.
The scholarship is open to students who are enrolled in or who have completed Level 5 units of the Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery and who have submitted an application form for an overseas elective placement. Selection is based on financial hardship.
Applicants must be Australian or New Zealand citizens or Australian permanent residents who are mature-age students intending to enrol in any degree at the UWA Albany Centre. Selection is based on academic merit and financial need.