The RMIT University is offering an amazing scholarship to new students who wish to study a degree coursework program at the institution through the International Master’s Scholarship in Combustion Kinetics Measurements of Hydrogen Carrier Fuels .
This CSIRO/RMIT co-funded scholarship provides a stipend of $32,841 per annum (pro-rata) for two years and successful applicants will also be awarded a Tuition Fee Scholarship.
Founded in 1887 by Francis Ormond, RMIT began as a night school offering classes in art, science, and technology, in response to the industrial revolution in Australia. It was a private college for more than a hundred years before merging with the Phillip Institute of Technology to become a public universityin 1992. It has an enrolment of around 95,000 higher and vocational education students, making it the largest dual-sector education institution in Australia. With an annual revenue of around A$1.5 billion, it is also one of the wealthiest universities in Australia. It is rated a five star university by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) and is ranked 15th in the World for art and design subjects in the QS World University Rankings,making it the top art and design university in Australia and Oceania.
The main campus of RMIT is situated on the northern edge of the historic Hoddle Grid in the city centre of Melbourne. It has two satellite campuses in the city’s northern suburbs of Brunswick and Bundoora and a training site situated on the RAAF Williamsbase in the western suburb of Point Cook. It also has a training site at Bendigo Airport in the Victorian city of Bendigo and a research site in Hamilton near the Grampians National Park. In Asia, it has two branch campuses in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi and a training centre in Da Nang in Vietnam as well as teaching partnerships in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore and Sri Lanka. In Europe, it has a research and collaboration centre in the Spanish city of Barcelona.
Eligibility criteria for the International Master’s Scholarship in Combustion Kinetics Measurements of Hydrogen Carrier Fuels .
To be eligible for this scholarship you must;
- Have a first-class Honours or 2A Honours or equivalent degree in a relevant discipline of engineering/science
- Be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or an international student meeting the minimum English language requirements
- Provide evidence of good oral and written communication skills
- Demonstrate the ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary research team
- Meet RMIT’s entry requirements for the Master by Research degree
- in Australia when applying and commencing studies (Australian borders are closed as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic).
Eligible Countries: International
Type: Master by Research degree
Value of Award: $32,841 per annum
Number of Awards: One
Method of Application: Applicants must first apply for admission using the RMIT Online Portal. Students interested in applying for the scholarship must submit the following documents in a mail to email@example.com.
Application Deadline: Applications will close when a candidate is selected.
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