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University and CBE scholarships

The Australian National University and the College of Business and Economics (CBE) offer a range of stipend (living allowance) scholarships for both domestic and international students, and HDR Fee Remission Merit Scholarships for international students.

Additional stipends or awards from the four Research Schools may be awarded on a case-by-case basis.

Scholarships are applied for at the time of admission; there is no separate form, just select which scholarships you would like to be assessed for when applying for admission.

In order to be considered for scholarships in the main round of scholarship offers, International students are required to apply for admission by 31 August. Domestic students are required to apply for admission by 31 October.

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University scholarships

Featured scholarships

HDR Fee Remission Merit Scholarships. CBE is offering scholarships to cover tuition fees for the duration of the PhD program for all new international PhD students commencing in 2017 who are Honours 1 or equivalent.

Australian Government Research Training Program (AGRTP) International Fee Offset Scholarship. This pays for the full tuition fees for up to 3 years with the potential for two 6 month extensions for a PhD program. The scholarship also provides program length overseas student health cover for the student and their immediate family. The application deadline is 31 August each year. These scholarships are highly competitive. 

ANU-CSC Scholarship  This scholarship is for China residents. These scholarships cover the full tuition fee costs for up to four years of study for a PhD program. Recipients will also receive a living allowance paid fortnightly. Candidates are strongly encouraged to read the specific conditions that apply to this scholarship on the CSC website prior to application and to contact the CSC Scholarship Liaison Officer at their home university for clarification if required.

Taiwan Australian National University Scholarship These scholarships are for Taiwan residents. The scholarship program commenced in 2013 and provides tuition fees and stipends for up to 25 Taiwanese students to undertake PhD studies at ANU over the course of the five year agreement. The scholarships will be jointly funded by ANU and MOE.

Australian Government Research Training Program (AGRTP) Stipend Scholarship)  scholarships provides a stipend for living expenses ($26,682 p.a. in 2017 and other benefits).

CBE PhD top up scholarships. Starting in 2017, AGRTP scholarship top-ups of A$15,000 per annum will be awarded to the top ranked PhD applicant in each of the four Research Schools in CBE. In order to qualify for these top-ups, applicants must secure an AGRTP scholarship. These top-ups will be paid in addition to the AGRTP stipend, and have a duration of three years, with a possible six month extension.

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