The WH Bryan PhD Scholarship in Earth Sciences is being offered for 2023 commencement. This is a fully funded PhD Scholarship, worth $170,000 total over 3 years, and includes $32,000/yr stipend for 3 years, $18,000/yr for research costs, and up to $20,000 to cover start-up costs (eg, airfares, health cover, moving costs).
The overall aim of the WH Bryan Scholarship is to advance the understanding of Queensland Earth Sciences, addressing a globally significant problem leading to impactful outcomes, with the supported project to be led by a high-quality PhD candidate. It commemorates the legacy of Professor WH Bryan MC who made many fundamental, impactful and diverse contributions to the geology of Queensland, tertiary education and societal well-being.
The scholarship is available to candidates undertaking their PhD studies at either Queensland University of Technology, the University of Queensland, or James Cook University in Queensland.
Full information on the scholarship, guidelines and application forms can be downloaded from the following website:
Applications close on October 31. The successful applicant will be notified by early December 2022.