Externally Funded Research Scholarships
If you are considering applying for a postgraduate research course at James Cook University you may also apply for externally funded research scholarships at any time, according to the terms and conditions of the scholarship or grant program. There are opportunities for both International and Domestic Applicants.
On the award of a scholarship from the funding body, the applicant should apply to undertake a research higher degree candidature at JCU .
Below is a list of some of the scholarship opportunities currently available.
- The Near Eastern Archaeology Foundation Grants
- Lions Foundation
- Systems immunology and multi-omics approaches to understand protective immunity to human malaria
- Food Agility Scholarship
- 2016 Farrer Memorial Trust Travelling Scholarships
- Alzheimer's Australia Dementia Research Grants Program
- Australia Awards
- Australian Bicentennial Scholarships and Fellowships - currently on pause, see website
- Australian Government Scholarship and Funding Programs
- Blood Service/Alex Young Lions Scholarship
- Capstone Editing's Research and Travel Grants
- CSIRO Postgraduate Top Up Scholarships
- CSIRO Data61 PhD Scholarships
- Elite Editing Thesis Write-Up Scholarship
- ER Walker Bequest Bursary
- Fulbright Scholarships for Study/Research in the United States
- Hunter Research Project Support Scholarship
- JCU Vascular Biology Unit Combination Scholarships
- Menzies Foundation Scholarships
- Samuel and Eileen Gluyas Fellowship for Cattle Research
- W.C. Lacy Scholarship for PhD Research in Earth Sciences
JCU Tropics Fund for Higher Degrees by Research
The JCU Tropics Research Fund provides research scholarships to postgraduate student of any nationality, who are undertaking Master or Doctoral level research into issues of importance to the peoples of the tropics. JCU Tropics fund is intended to be used for stipends for higher degree by research candidates.
For more information click here.
Donate now: https://alumni.jcu.edu.au/JCUTropics