Ian Lindenmayer PhD Top-up Scholarship

Summary

Enrolment status New students, Currently enrolled students
Student type Domestic students, International students
Level of study Higher Degree by Research
Study area Health and Behavioural Sciences, Medicine, Science and Mathematics
HDR funding type Top-up Scholarship
Scholarship value $10,000 per annum
Scholarship duration Three years with the possibility of two 6-month extensions in approved circumstances
Opening date 8 July 2019
Closing date 8 July 2019

Scholarship description

The scholarship was established in 2019 and funded from a donation from Robina Lindenmayer in the name of her husband, Ian Lindenmayer. The top-up scholarship supports a PhD student undertaking a project relating to dementia research at the Queensland Brain Institute.

This is a Philanthropic, Higher Degree by Research Top-up Scholarship.

Eligibility

The scholarship is open to Domestic and international PhD candidates undertaking a Doctor of Philosophy focused on dementia research at the Queensland Brain Institute (QBI).

Applications are closed.

Before you apply

If this scholarship has rules, download and read them before applying.

How to apply

Applicants must submit a completed application form by 11.59pm, Monday 19 August 2019.

Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.

Selection criteria

Applicants will be ranked on the basis of

  • Academic Achievement and the potential of scholastic success
  • The research plan and its relevance to Dementia research
  • Any other matters the selection committee considers to be relevant to the applicant’s future development.

Selection of the scholars will be made by the Dean, UQ Graduate School, upon recommendation of a selection committee convened by the Queensland Brain Institute.

Applications are closed.

Contact

Graduate School
Applications are closed.

Terms and conditions

All philanthropic scholarship recipients must adhere to the conditions of UQ research and travel scholarships, including reporting and progress requirements.

Holders of these philanthropic scholarships must acknowledge them in any paper that is published as a result of the research conducted while the recipient held the scholarship.

Donors may also invite the recipient to present on the work conducted as part of the scholarship, in which case they must comply or risk losing the scholarship.

Applications are closed.