The Australian National University is accepting applications for the James Rice Postgraduate Award. Students from all nationalities – New Zealand, Australia, and Overseas – are welcome to apply. Awardees Receives up to $28,597 per annum.
This James Rice Postgraduate Award is offered by the ANU College of Health and Medicine and the John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR). This scholarship is named in memory of the late James Rice, formerly of Alice Springs. It is intended to attract domestic or international students to pursue postgraduate research for a PhD degree at the JCSMR in a field broadly related to Multiple Sclerosis.
Eligibility and Requirements
- Australian and New Zealand citizens; Permanent residents of Australia; International Students
- Eligible Programs: PhD
Please go to the link below to see full guideline of application procedure of this James Rice Postgraduate Award.