Co-funded Industry Scholarships

The Deputy Vice Chancellor, Research & Innovation is pleased to present a number of scholarship opportunities partnering with local, Victorian based industries.


Project: Optimising Water Quality Outcomes for Complex Water Resource Systems and Water Grids

Scholarship value:
$35,000 per year stipend to support living costs
Research Training Program (RTP) fee scholarship valued at $26,700 per annum for a domestic candidate
Research Tuition Fee Scholarship valued at $31,900 for an international candidate.

Conditions of Scholarship: Scholarships are for a period of three years only. Extensions to scholarships will not be granted. Applications are open to both domestic and international applicants. This position and scholarship are full-time, with no possibility of being undertaken part-time during candidature. Students will be required to commit to a minimum of four days per week on campus and participate in occasional industry placement at key times during the term of their candidature.

Project support: $5000 per annum for approved 'reasonable project expenses'

Closing date: Friday 14 Sept 2018. Applications may be submitted via mail, email or in person

Commencement date: Monday 5 November, 2018


Scholarship value:

Stipend: $30,000 per calendar year paid fortnightly
Fees: Research Training Program Tuition Fee scholarship, valued at up to $29,900 per annum will cover the cost tuition fees for successful candidates
Support costs: up to $2000 per year

Eligibility: Applications are open to domestic candidates only.

How to apply: Application information is included in the links below.

Application dates have been extended to 3rd August 2018

Exploring the impacts of population shifts, increased urbanisation, and seasonal variation on coastal communities and ecosystems

Scholarship value: $30,000 per year stipend to support living costs and a Research Training Program (RTP) fee scholarship valued at $26,700 per annum.
Project support: $2000 per year

Application form and project details: Barwon Coast Committee of Management Scholarship Application

FedUni's Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation (CeRDI) has partnered with Barwon Coast Committee of Management Inc. to develop a study that will seek to further the recognised link between community and environment.

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A collective impact approach to improving student engagement, retention and pathways in government secondary schools

Scholarship value: $30,000 per year stipend to support living costs and a Research Training Program (RTP) fee scholarship valued at $26,700 per annum.
Project support: $2000 per year

Application form and project details: Highlands LLEN Scholarship Application

The Highlands LLEN is a trusted independent broker, supporting and linking key stakeholders to achieve optimum outcomes for young people in the City of Ballarat and Pyrenees, Moorabool, Hepburn and Golden Plains shires.

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Development of an advanced diagnostic and data gathering capability in collaboration with Safetech

Scholarship value: $30,000 per year stipend to support living costs and a Research Training Program (RTP) fee scholarship valued at $28,200 per annum.
Project support: $2000 per year

Application form and project details: Safetech Application Form

This research project will partner Safetech, a leading manufacturer of custom lifting solutions with FedUni's research priority area in information forensics and security.

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