UTS Aung San Suu Kyi Child And Maternal Health Care Scholarship, 2017

Posted: May 26, 2017 in Australia, Jul-Sept Deadline, Masters, PhD
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icon Masters, PhD

icon Child and family health nursing

Open to Burmese nationals

icon  University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

icon 31 Aug 2017

icon Partial Funding, $25,849 per year

More about this scholarship

The University of Technology Sydney is offering scholarships in the honor of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.

Eligibility criteria:

  • The candidates applying for UTS Aung San Suu Kyi Child And Maternal Health Care Scholarship, 2017 should be nationals of Burma.
  • The applicants should be accepted to a program for a higher research degree at UTS.
  • The candidates should be undertaking a research project in midwifery or child and family health nursing in the Faculty of Health.
  • The applicants are expected to have a first class honors bachelor’s degree.
  • The candidates should also be undertaking a higher degree by research at the University and should be enrolled as full-time students.
  • The applicants should not have completed same or higher level degree as the proposed candidature.

Selection Criteria:

  • The candidates applying for UTS Aung San Suu Kyi Child And Maternal Health Care Scholarship, 2017 are assessed based on their academic merit and research experience.
  • The applicants will also be evaluated based on their research potential and proposed project’s relevance to the field of midwifery or child and family health nursing.

Value of the scholarship:

  • The recipients of UTS Aung San Suu Kyi Child And Maternal Health Care Scholarship, 2017 get $25,849 per year for 3 years for doctoral programs and for two years for master by research degrees.

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