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Bond University in Australia 2022 Australian Postgraduate Award (APA)

Bond University in Australia 2022 Australian Postgraduate Award (APA)

Bond University values its higher degree research student cohort and offers significant direct financial assistance to many students. Bond University makes funds available to help with the financial costs of fee offset (waiver) and living stipends.

The distribution of scholarships among applicants is guided by two overarching principles. First and foremost, scholarships will be awarded through a competitive merit-based process. Second, regardless of their research discipline or the source of their scholarship funding, scholarship applicants must be treated equitably and fairly.

Bond University determines which students are eligible for scholarships based on merit. Only students with exceptional academic merit and research potential will be considered for a scholarship. Being offered admission to the PhD program does not guarantee that a student will receive a scholarship.

The University prioritizes starting full-time on-campus PhD students only for living stipends.

About Bond University

Bond University is a for-profit private university in Robina, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. Alan Bond, the founder and Chairman of Bond Corporation, and Harunori Takahashi, President of EIE International, spearheaded the creation of the University.

Bond Corporation in Australia and EIE International in Japan formed a joint venture to fund the University’s development. The Bond University Act, passed by the Queensland Parliament in 1987, granted Bond University university status. The University began classes in May 1989.

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Bond University Postgraduate Scholarship

  • TypePostgraduate
  • OrganisationBond University
  • Country to studyAustralia
  • School to study – Bond University
  • Course to study – Not specified
  • State of Origin
  • Gender – Men and Women
  • Application Deadline – September 30, 2022

Benefits of Bond University Postgraduate Scholarship

  • The successful applicants of Bond University- Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) in Australia, 2022 will receive:
    • Tuition fees.
    • Annual stipend of A$27,596 for three years.

Requirements for Bond University Postgraduate Scholarship Qualification

  • Students must meet the required academic entry requirements, as well as visa, residency, and English proficiency requirements, in order to apply for an HDR program.
  • Students who are pursuing a PhD. Doctorate by Research AND have a valid Letter of Offer for enrolment at Bond University are eligible for the scholarship.
  • Previous Scholarship applicants who were unsuccessful are not eligible to reapply.
  • Scholarships will be awarded based on academic merit and will be based on the key criteria.
  • Students may not apply if they are already the recipient of another scholarship during the specified time period.

Application Deadline

September 30, 2022

How to Apply

Interested and qualified? Go to Bond University on to apply

The scholarship application process is open to domestic and international HDR students who are studying or intend studying a Doctoral Research Degree at Bond University. 

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Your scholarship application will not be accepted until you have received a valid Letter of Offer for admission to a doctoral research program from the Bond University Admissions Department.

Some applications for admission can take up to 6 -10 weeks to complete. Ensure that you allow sufficient time to process your application for admission before the scholarship round closure date. Further information on how to apply for admission can be found on the Bond University Research Degrees webpage How to Apply

To assist with your scholarship application ensure you visit the new Assessment for Scholarship Applications Framework by clicking on the Assessment Criteria button above.

The following documents will form part of your scholarship application assessment. 

  • Research Project Proposal
  • Academic Transcripts  including the results/grades awarded, information on institution grading systems/scales, and evidence of completion
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV) Please include any research publications and conference presentations
  • Prize and Award Certificates
  • Two referee reports

Scholarship applications cannot be accepted unless all required documents for assessment are uploaded to the application form.

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