Australian Institute of Marine Science Scholarships is now accepting applications from both national and international research students. Maine Science Scholarships are offered to an outstanding students interested in research.
Australian Institute of Marine Science Scholarships Details:
Host University: James Cook University (JCU) is a public university and is the second oldest university in Queensland, Australia.
Institute: Australian Institute of Marine Science
Course: Marine Science
Course Duration: 4 years
- Stipend for 4 years, plus tuition fees if applicable
- Additional funding support for professional development in quantitative methods appropriate to the project
- Additional $5,000 per year as stipend top-up or project costs (as agreed between student and supervisors)
Choose your project
When choosing your project:
- Your project should be closely aligned with AIMS research, as delivered through the AIMS Strategic Plan 2015-2025 and current Research Programs.
- Project proposals that have quantitative outcomes as a central focus of at least one key research question, and, that will result in the advanced application and development of quantitative skills and tools, will be considered favourably.
- Download the list of project outlines that have been pre-approved by AIMS. (You are also encouraged to develop your own project outline)
You must meet all candidature eligibility and scholarship competitiveness (merit score) criteria set by the James Cook University Graduate Research School (GRS).
Your proposed team of advisors must include at least one staff member from both JCU and AIMS, who have agreed to supervise you in your proposed project. At least one staff member from each organisation must be named on and sign the candidature and scholarship application forms.
Close dates for applications:
- 30 September 2017 for International applicants*
- 14 November 2017 for Domestic applicants*
- 31 October 2017 for all AIMS@JCU applicants (International and Domestic)