Flinders University is now accepting applications for the Australian Government’s Master’s and Doctoral Research Training Programs.
Flinders University’s Australian Government Research Training Program provides scholarships in Australia for international students from all around the world. The duration of the scholarship in Australia is two years for master’s degree programs and three years for doctoral degree programs.
Australian Government Research Scholarship
- Accepting applications for the Australian Government’s Research Training Program for Masters and PhD students.
- Flinders University Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarships in Australia for International Students all around the world.
- The Scholarship in Australia is for 2 years for Master’s and 3 years for Ph.D.
- Applications are exclusively open to first-year research students in Australia.
- Applicants must meet academic entry requirements.
Adelaide’s Flinders University is a public university. The Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarships (AGRTPS) (Overseas) support international students pursuing a research-based Higher Degree at Flinders. The AGRTPS covers foreign tuition, living expenses, and Overseas Health Insurance.
Australian Government Research Scholarship
|Study Level||Master & PhD|
|Deadline||5 August 2022|
The AGRTPS pays a stipend at the standard rate set by the Australian Government of $28,854 pa tax free (2022 full time rate). The AGRTPS also includes a Research Training Program place (RTP), which provides an off set for tuition fees for up to 4 years.
An AGRTPS student who moves to Adelaide from overseas is eligible for an establishment allowance (after arrival at Flinders) of up to $1,485 to assist with relocation costs and airfares, provided receipts can be produced by the student.
- Bioinformatics for computational genomics
- Natural Resources
- Emerging Research: Defense.
- Applicants must have earned a Masters or Doctorate in research.
- Applicants must hold a degree equivalent to or comparable to an Australian First Class Hons degree (this is a four-year degree with a major research project in the final year)
- Applicants must have met Flinders University’s English proficiency requirements at the time of application. Students whose first language is not English must demonstrate proficiency in English.
- Applicants must not hold an equivalent research Higher Degree. Applications are exclusively open to first-year research students in Australia.
- Applicants must not be Australian citizens or permanent residents. See the award conditions for full eligibility criteria.
How to Apply
To ensure your application is complete and competitive, please read and attend to the following:
You must make contact with an academic staff member and have an informal agreement from that person to supervise you if successful. Email evidence of the supervisor’s agreement should be included with your application. Applicants who do not have a supervisor at the time of application will not be considered for an AGRTPS/FIPRS.
You must include evidence that you have published; you may include up to five of your publications with your application.
Each publication must be accompanied with a completed coversheet; publications without coversheets will not be considered. Publications will be used to judge the quality of previous research in the area that you intend to study at Flinders University. Applicants with more than five publications should consult with their Flinders University supervisor and select the top five. Explain briefly why these five were chosen. Do not provide more than five publications. Additional publications may be noted on your CV or in a separate list. Coversheets are not required for publications listed on the CV but not included among the top five.
Typically, only publications in English should be included among the top five. Publications in other languages will be accepted only if the nature of the publication (for example, a report to a government agency) dictates that another language is most appropriate.
Publications must not be more than 5 years old
Please note, due to the highly competitive nature of the AGRTPS, applicants who have not published are unlikely to be competitive.
You must provide certified copies of all university level academic transcripts, translated into English, please do not provide secondary school certificates or non educational certificates or awards.
You must include a research proposal of approximately 500 words in length, outlining the problem, hypothesis or question and the methodology or approach.
Complete Section A of two copies of the Academic Referee’s Confidential Report forms and forward them to two appropriate referees of your choice. If possible the referees should have an informed, personal and professional knowledge of your academic ability and be able to exercise judgment of your research potential. Indicate on your application form who the Referee Report forms have been sent to. Academic Referee reports must be returned to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 August 2022.
An updated CV outlining your work experience, all research experience, and a full list of cited publications should be included with your application.
Format & Language
All documents must be uploaded via the application portal, and should be in English. Please save as a PDF and scan and save in the correct orientation. Please name all documents with your family name and document name, for example: name_Transcript, name_publication 1.
To apply for an AGRTPS and FIPRS, you will need to first submit an application for admission to a Higher Degree by research (PhD or Master of Arts by research) followed by an application for the International RHD Scholarship Group.
If you already have a valid offer for admission to a Higher Degree by Research, you no not need to apply for admission again.