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Oodgeroo Noonuccal Undergraduate & Postgraduate Scholarship

The Oodgeroo Scholarship Program promotes the pursuit of Indigenous Australian studies by supporting the education of Indigenous Australians.

Study area
All study areas
Eligibility
Indigenous Australian

Would a future geologist recognise the 6th mass extinction? (PhD scholarship)

A scholarship for PhD students interested in researching conservation science.

Study area
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics,
Science

Speculative design/marketing (PhD scholarship)

Study area
All study areas
Eligibility
Academic performance

Faculty of Health call for domestic PhD applicants

QUT's Faculty of Health has up to 11 PhD scholarships available for domestic students in specific disciplines

Study area
Health
Eligibility
Academic performance

Expanding Indigenous digital and visual methodologies (PhD scholarship)

Study area
Creative practice, communication and design,
Education,
Creative industries
Eligibility
Indigenous Australian

Examining ‘Blackfulla Humour’ on social media (PhD scholarship)

Study area
Creative practice, communication and design,
Law and justice,
Creative industries,
Justice
Eligibility
Indigenous Australian

Evaluating and bolstering the quality of local visual news (PhD scholarship)

Study area
Creative practice, communication and design,
Creative industries
Eligibility
Indigenous Australian

Evaluation of hydrogen as a fuel for bulk agricultural drying equipment (PhD scholarship)

Study area
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics

Bioplasticizers and biopolymers from agricultural waste (PhD scholarship)

Study area
Engineering,
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics

Legal Name Change Bursary for trans and gender diverse students

This bursary provides trans and gender diverse students with financial assistance to correct names on legal documents.

Study area
All study areas

ARC BITA PhD Scholarship

This scholarship is funding research in understanding the barriers preventing the adoption of technologies in targeted sectors of the Australian economy.

Study area
Business,
Creative practice, communication and design,
Engineering,
Health and community,
Information technology,
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics,
Science,
Health

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