High-throughput identification of biotechnologically-valuable enzymes and transporters Ph.D. Scholarship 2022 is inviting credible applicants who are willing to partake in its ongoing 2022 Scholarship programme at
Flinders University was founded in 1966 as a public research university in Adelaide. The university is ranked amongst the world’s top 300 institutions according to the Times Higher Education rankings.
Benefits of High-throughput identification of biotechnologically-valuable enzymes and transporters Ph.D. Scholarship
Each scholarship includes:
- A stipend valued $30,000 per annum (tax-free) and additional top-up scholarships awarded for 3 1/2 years; and
- A Research Training Program Fee Offset Scholarship to cover tuition fees for Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens, and permanent residents.
Requirements for High-throughput identification of biotechnologically-valuable enzymes and transporters Ph.D. Scholarship Qualification
To be eligible for the award of a scholarship applicants must:
- Be an Australian citizen, or a New Zealand citizen; or have been granted permanent resident status; and
- Meet Ph.D. admission requirements, including an Australian Honours degree Class 1 or 2A or equivalent qualification, including a research component of at least 6 months of full-time study achieving Distinction (75%); or including evidence of research experience; and
- Be available to commence as a full-time Ph.D. student at Flinders University in Semester 1 or 2, 2022.
- Experience with biology laboratory methods (e.g., bacterial and mammalian cell culture) is desired but not required. Students with a background in biology, physics, chemistry or engineering are encouraged to apply.
How to Apply
The application for the scholarships and admission to a Higher Degree by Research (HDR) are separate processes.
Interested candidates should first send an expression of interest to Prof Harald Janovjak at [email protected] Please state “EOI Ph.D. scholarships” in the subject of the email and please include the following:
- A cover letter that outlines your research interests and your motivation for pursuing a Ph.D.; and
- A curriculum vitae, including work and/or research experience; and
- Copies of academic transcripts; and
- Contact details of two references.
Applicants will be shortlisted as soon as applications are received.
The successful candidates will ideally begin by May 2022, subject to negotiation.
The applicants that are successful in being awarded a scholarship will then apply for admission to a relevant HDR at Flinders University with reference to their scholarship award.
For more details, visit Flinders University website.