Once-off fee waiver ranging between $15,000 and $25,000.
In 2021, The Australian National University (ANU) will offer up to 200 awards known as the ANU Chancellor's International Scholarship. ANU looks to attract a diverse range of high calibre international students to enrol in undergraduate and postgraduate coursework programs offered by the University. The scholarship is available only for applicants commencing their studies in Semester 1 2021.
Each year the Institute for Climate, Energy & Disaster Solutions may offer up to two awards known as the ANU Game-Changing Climate Research Scholarship ("the award"). The objective of the award is to support the emerging generation of bright PhD scholars to contribute to game-changing climate change research, adaption and mitigation outcomes. Applications now open for 2023.
Offered to Master of Energy Change (Advanced) students, or those undertaking the Master of Energy Change and are eligible to transfer to the advanced program.
This scholarship supports students undertaking a research project in the field of the hydrogen economy.
For more information on the Scholarship, please contact Dr Igor Skryabin: firstname.lastname@example.org.
First year students studying the Master of Climate Change and the Master of Engineering in Renewable Energy programs who can demonstrate an interest in renewable energy are now eligible to apply for the scholarship, alongside those in their first year of the Master of Energy Change. . Priority will be given to students from remote, rural and regional backgrounds.
Jennifer and Ian Prosser have generously funded this award. They value the importance of higher education at ANU, the interdisciplinary approach to energy change and sustainability, and the need to support regional and rural students of Australia.
Read about Prosser scholarship winners Tom Atkins and Oscar Starmer.
For more information, including how to apply, please email Dr Igor Skryabin: email@example.com.