- Applications open
- 2 June 2022
- Applications close
- 31 July 2022
What you'll receive
- a living allowance of AU$28,597 (2021 rate, indexed annually) for up to 3 years if you're a full-time PhD student. An extension of up to 6 months may be considered, subject to satisfactory progress.
International students will also be considered for a tuition fee sponsorship.
To apply for this scholarship, you must meet the entry requirements for a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) at QUT, including any English language requirements for international students.
You must also have:
- an English language IELTS level of 6.5 of higher, with a minimum of 6.5 in written English
- first-class honours (H1) or equivalent
- basic skills in statistics and methodology are required. Additional statistical skills development will be part of the PhD process.
The provision of a scholarship is conditional on successful application and admission to the IF49 Doctor of Philosophy. Eligibility for admission to a research degree is determined by the Graduate Research Centre.
How to apply
For more information, and to apply for the scholarship, contact Dr Beat Schmutz.
What happens next?
Applications close 31 July 2022.
If successful, you will be invited to apply and must be accepted into QUT's Doctor of Philosophy program to receive this scholarship.
About the scholarship
Applicants from a number of health backgrounds are encouraged to apply, from behavioural science to physiotherapy. An interest in digital health and integrating physical and mental health outcomes is important.
The project will be primarily based on the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital campus at The Jamieson Trauma Institute, in collaboration with the Australian e-Health Research Centre, CSIRO.
If successful, you will be enrolled via QUT, who will provide the scholarship.
Contact Dr Beat Schmutz for more information.