The ECUPRS Int. scheme is both prestigious and highly competitive. ECUPRS Int. scholarships are offered each year for tenure at Edith Cowan University. The scholarships provide the recipient with tuition fee and health care cover for the duration of their research degree. In addition, each successful ECUPRS Int. recipient will be offered an ECU International Stipend (ECUIS) to meet living costs for the same period.
Application opening date: 3 August 2015
Application closing date: 30 October 2015
Method of application: Download forms
Amount: $27,000 per year stipend/living allowance plus tuition fees and overseas health cover paid
Method: Electronic funds transfer
You need to follow these steps to apply for a scholarship for a Masters by Research, Professional Doctorate or Doctor of Philosophy course (Higher Degree by Research):
Send application to:
Submit your scholarship application and documentation by the closing date for the scholarship:
By email: email@example.com
Research Scholarships Officer
Edith Cowan University
270 Joondalup Drive
Joondalup, Western Australia, 6027
You will be advised of the outcome via email as soon as possible afterwards.
Applicants should have completed at least four years of tertiary education study at a high level of achievement for example:
The awardees should also have:
To be eligible applicants must not have previously gained or currently hold any of the following:
Additional Eligibility requirements for International Students
The below scholarship/s are assessed together and do not require a separate application:
Information for Current Honours and Master by research students
Students currently enrolled in their qualifying Honours or Master by research degree must ensure that their thesis is submitted in sufficient time * for an examination result to be available for the scholarship round.
* Examiners take approximately 4 weeks to examine an Honours thesis and approximately 6 weeks to examine a Masters by research thesis, however, examination times may vary.
It is important to ensure your application includes as much information as possible together with the supporting documentation as following the closing date, additional documents cannot be added to an application.
Referee Reports - It is highly recommended that each applicant make arrangements for the provision of two (2) academic referee reports. Academic Referee Reports may be used in the assessment process of a scholarship application. It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that referee reports are returned to the Research Scholarships Officer by the scholarship closing date.
Documents in a language other than English It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all documentation presented in a foreign language is also accompanied by an authorised English translation. This means that applicants must provide copies of the qualification or documentation in the original language and an official English translation.
Selection for a postgraduate research scholarship is based on academic merit and research capability within the University's research strengths.
Successful applicants typically have first class honours or have completed a Master degree by research with additional research output such as research publications and/or successful research grant applications and research experience.