If you have pending documentation, such as Honours or English tests, please still apply with information on when those results will be available. We will advise you if it is possible to consider your application in the round.
25 March 2024 - Applications close
Apply on, or soon after the opening date to increase your chances of being considered for the scholarship round.
29 April 2024 - School/Institute shortlisting of applicants completed and applications sent for assessment.
17 June 2024 - Outcomes from this date (1 week period)
28 June 2024 - Acceptances due
28 June Current UQ students applying, who haven’t yet received their final results from their coursework programs, will receive offers from this date after results have been published
your academic performance, evidence of research capability, quality of research project
the quality of your proposed research environment including resourcing
the quality of your proposed advisory team including record of successful supervision, appropriate advisory load, complementary expertise.
What happens next
We’ll email you to let you know the outcome of your application. If you're offered a scholarship, you’ll need to accept by the due date.
If you’re a current UQ student, you won’t receive an email until after the final results from your coursework program have been published.
A domestic part-time student with carer’s responsibilities, a medical condition or a disability, which prevents them from studying full-time may be eligible for scholarship consideration, on a case-by-case basis. When applying to hold the living stipend scholarship part-time, please provide evidence of your carer’s responsibilities, medical condition or disability. Though not specifically requested by the portal, you may upload these under ‘Additional documents’.
UQ reserves the right to postpone or cancel scholarship rounds.