If you’re looking for a new direction for your research or career this year, look no further than these brand new for 2019 postgraduate scholarships! There’s opportunities for Honours, Masters and PhD students to obtain postgraduate funding in all STEM fields.
Get inspired with this video compilation, and see below for the links to apply.
The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority is inviting doctorate and master’s students in the biophysical and social science fields to apply for its Reef Guardian Research Grants 2019. They’re offering financial assistance in the form of postgraduate funding from $1000 to $5000.
The Brian Gray Scholarship program, funded by the Reserve Bank of Australia, will fund up to four scholarships annually, to the value of $15,000 each. It aims to support final year Honours and PhD students in finance, economics, actuarial science, econometrics, statistics or related disciplines, who intend to focus full time on their studies and research.
This program is an intensive 8 week fellowship run by Cornell Tech that prepares masters students, PhDs, and postdocs in STEM and social science fields seeking industry careers as data scientists. The program will take place in several US locations: New York City; San Francisco Bay Area; Boston; Washington, DC.
If you can’t make it overseas, check out the program’s online data science courses.
APR.Intern provides a platform for PhD students to work with industry on 3-5 month tightly focused research projects. It gives students the opportunity to apply highly analytical research expertise to the project while gaining invaluable experience in an industry setting. 15 STEM projects are currently open for application.
CSIRO supports PhD Top-Up Scholarships for students who are working on projects relevant to priority CSIRO research topic areas. The postgraduate scholarships offer $7,000 of postgraduate funding per year plus a generous operating budget.
Author: Larissa Fedunik-Hofman
Larissa is the editorial assistant for Careers with STEM and a Chemistry PhD student. Larissa’s goal is to promote public engagement with STEM through inspiring stories.