29 May 2020.
Speech Pathology PhD Research Scholarship
The Graduate School of Health has an exciting PhD research scholarship in the area of Speech Pathology. The scholarship on offer is valued at AU$81,246 over three years. In addition, the School provides approximately AU$1500 per annum to support research related activities.
To support the University’s research direction in Health, the Graduate School of Health (GSH) is offering this scholarship in the discipline of Speech Pathology. It is suitable for applicants who wish to pursue research in the areas of Communication and/or Swallowing Disability or Disorders. The successful applicant will receive doctoral supervision from two senior researchers from speech pathology and other disciplines within the GSH and may be supplemented by expertise outside of the School where applicable.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- Speech Pathology
- Swallowing Disability or Disorders
ALL WORLD COUNTRIES.
To be considered for the PhD, applicants must have:
- A completed a Masters (at least two years) with a major research component (a thesis component of approximately 50 per cent of the degree and 20,000 words) at distinction level, unless the following exemption applies:
- PhD applicants may be exempt from having to demonstrate either (a) a completed Masters with a major research component if they can
- also demonstrate equivalence through having completed a research-intensive undergraduate degree, or,
- also demonstrate capacity to undertake independent research through prior research engagement (e.g., as a research assistant with responsibilities in the conduct of research with publication in peer reviewed journals).
- PhD applicants must also demonstrate their interest in the area of research and their strong quantitative, analytical, and writing skills.
- The full-time stipend rate associated with the scholarships is $27,082.00 per annum tax exempt. The total value of the scholarship is AU$81,246 over three years. It is available to suitable domestic and international applicants.
- In addition to the scholarship, the Graduate School of Health also provides approximately $1,500 per annum to directly support the research-related activities (conference travel, training, copy editing, participant recruitment, etc.).
Before you apply you’ll need to:
- Know what the entry requirements are.
- Know the course name or code you are going to study. You can refer to Research degrees by discipline page and confirm with your UTS potential supervisor.
- Provide evidence of your English language proficiency according to our English Language Requirements.
- Prepare the information about your qualifications (copies of transcripts, certificates, etc).
Find a supervisor
Find a supervisor in your area of research interest and discuss your prospective research project.
Choose a course
Use the UTS Handbook and the What Can I Study? page to find the right course for you, then check that you meet the entry requirements for your faculty/institute and the course you wish to study.
Prepare your documents
Find out which documents you need and how to prepare them.
Lodge your application
Submit your application using the UTS Online Application System.
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This Scholarship Published by:
“Ghada Raafat/ Egypt“
Reviewed by” Akram Salah / Egypt ”
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