Description of Scholarship:
Dennis McDermott Research Scholarships announced by La Trobe University for Australian students to study in Melbourne, Albury-Wodonga, Bendigo, Mildura, and Shepperton. The scholarship allows Future graduate researchers, Future PhD candidates, and Graduate researchers, level programm(s) in the field(s) of all subjects taught at La Trobe University. The last date of applying for this scholarship is 31 July 2022 and scholarship provide $10,000 per annum and $32,500 per annum (2022 rate) to successful candidates.
The La Trobe University provide a golden chance to Australian students to complete their studies in the field(s) of all subjects at Melbourne, Albury-Wodonga, Bendigo, Mildura, and Shepperton on scholarship.
Short Detail of Dennis McDermott Research Scholarships:
Institute Name: La Trobe University.
Country to Study in: Melbourne, Albury-Wodonga, Bendigo, Mildura, and Shepperton.
Courses Offered: all subjects.
Degree Level: Future graduate researchers, Future PhD candidates, and Graduate researchers, .
Students Nationality: Australian students.
Scholarship Award: $10,000 per annum and $32,500 per annum (2022 rate).
Last Date/Dead Line: 31 July 2022.
Dennis McDermott Research Scholarships 2022 La Trobe University: The Dennis McDermott Research Scholarships will be awarded annually to Indigenous students of exceptional research who promise to undertake a higher degree by research at La Trobe University. The scholarship was established to celebrate the life of Professor Dennis McDermott, La Trobe’s inaugural Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous). Professor McDermott was a Koori man from north-western New South Wales. He was a psychologist, academic, and poet, during his career writing and teaching extensively in the fields of health and Indigenous education. Within his short tenure at La Trobe, Professor McDermott had a huge impact on the University. His call to “decolonize the academy” will resonate at La Trobe for years to come and the work that he began to foster Indigenous knowledge and values in the academy will continue.
Up to two (2) scholarships will be awarded to the top-ranked applicants of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin to undertake doctoral research or a master by research degree at La Trobe. The scholarship is awarded in conjunction with a Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship, which provides an RTP Stipend, RTP Offset to cover tuition fees, and an RTP Allowance.
These scholarships are available to undertake a master by research or doctoral research project on any topic aligned to La Trobe’s areas of research strength, subject to the availability of supervision and research resources. Applicants may wish to apply for an advertised research project or develop their own research proposal. Successful applicants can commence this scholarship at any time up to 30 September 2022. Applicants must be Australian citizens or Australian Permanent residents.
Benefits of the scholarship
- This scholarship consists of a special top-up scholarship of $10,000 per annum awarded in conjunction with a Research Training Program Scholarship with a stipend value of $32,500 per annum (2022 rate).
- a Research Training Program (RTP) Stipend for up to three and a half (3.5) years for a doctoral degree or 22 months for a master by research degree, with a value of $32,500 per annum (2022 rate)
- a special top-up stipend of $10,000 per annum for three years and six months of full-time study for a doctoral degree or for 22 months of full-time study for a master by research degree
- a research support grant of up to $3,000 per annum, for three years full-time study for a doctoral degree or for 18 months full-time study for a Masters by research degree, to assist with costs such as laboratory consumables, fieldwork, and attendance at conferences
- a Research Training Program (RTP) Fees Offset scholarship for up to four years for a doctoral degree or two years for a master by research.
- a Research Training Program (RTP) Allowance to support relocation and production of the thesis
- opportunities to work with La Trobe’s outstanding researchers, and have access to our suite of professional development programs.
Requirements Criteria for Scholarship:
To be eligible to apply for this scholarship, applicants must:
- meet the entrance requirements for the proposed course
- not be receiving another scholarship greater than 75 percent of the stipend rate for the same purpose
- be an Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident
- be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin
In selecting successful applicants, we prioritize applications from candidates who:
- will be undertaking their research at a La Trobe University campus
- for doctoral research scholarships, have completed a Masters by Research or other significant body of research, such lead authorship of a research thesis or peer-reviewed publication, assessed at a La Trobe Masters by research standard of 75 or above
- for Masters by research scholarships, have attained the equivalent of a first-class honors degree at an Australian university or equivalent from a recognized overseas university
How to Apply for Scholarship:
- Review details on how to apply for candidature
- Develop a research proposal or apply to undertake one of the projects currently advertised
- Identify and contact a project supervisor to obtain their endorsement of your application. If you have developed a project proposal then identify an appropriate supervisor via the La Trobe University website and contact them to indicate that you wish to be considered for this scholarship
When you have received an in-principle agreement for supervision, complete your application for admission into your desired research degree, indicate you wish to be considered for this scholarship on the application, and submit it to the La Trobe Graduate Research School ([email protected]) by 31 July 2022.
If you are already enrolled in a graduate research degree at La Trobe and wish to apply, please contact the Graduate Research School and we will advise you on what is required.