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Higher Degree by Research Publications Grant

RMIT University

Requisitos

  • Be an higher degree by research candidate;

  • Have submitted or will submit a thesis/project for examination by within the designated period;

  • Not have received your thesis/project examination result or qualified to graduate by the application close date;

  • Not have received your thesis/project examination result or qualified to graduate by the application close date;

  • Have the support of your supervisor who will actively oversee the writing and publication progress during the HDRPG.

Descripción


RMIT University offers the Higher Degree by Research Publications Grant (HDRPG) wich main aim is to encourage students to prepare papers for publication without jeopardising their progress towards thesis/project completion. Application deadline is until November 30, 2016. The grant is valued at $26,288 pro rata for a maximum of 12 weeks and the value is equivalent to the 2016 Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) base rate. Recipients receive fortnightly pro-rata payments, equivalent to the stipend rate of the APA. The HDRPG offers one-off awards.

The Higher Degree by Research Publications Grant (HDRPG) provides a living allowance for up to 12 weeks for research students if their thesis/project is under examination and the students wishes to use that time to prepare scholarly, refereed articles or books based upon their thesis/project.

Eligibility

To be eligible for this grant students must:

- be an higher degree by research candidate

- have submitted or will submit a thesis/project for examination by within the designated period

- not have received your thesis/project examination result or qualified to graduate by the application close date

- write publications (scholarly, refereed articles or books) for publication based on your submitted thesis/project for a research degree.

- have the support of your supervisor who will actively oversee the writing and publication progress during the HDRPG.

Failure to submit within the designated eligibility period results in transfer of the application for selection in the appropriate round.

How to apply

Eligible candidates are required to apply in the selection round that coincides with the submission date of their thesis/project.

To be considered for this grant students must:

1. Apply by completing the online application form (login required).

2. Ensure the primary supervisor has submitted the online recommendation form (login required) supporting the proposed work.

3. Submit any additional applicant paperwork and documentation via email to sgr.admissions@rmit.edu.au

Terms and conditions

As the holder of this grant students:

- must be physically present* to accept the grant and to attend the relevant academic work unit (school) on a daily basis and -maintain regular communication with the nominated supervisor(s) during the tenure of the grant

- cannot concurrently hold another grant offering similar benefits

- cannot take either full-time or substantial part-time employment during the tenure of the grant (i.e. not more than eight hours a week of employment)

- must complete an Interim Progress Report (PDF 26KB 1p) at the end of the first six weeks, and a Final Report (PDF 94KB 6p) at the end of the grant period. Failure to submit the interim progress reports results in immediate termination of the grant.

Applicants who have pursued their degree by external mode MUST maintain access to facilities and resources, commensurate to their candidature, during the tenure of the grant. They must also maintain interactive communication with their supervisor on, at least, a weekly basis.

It is expected that candidates will acknowledge, in their scholarly publication, support received from the RMIT HDRPG.

View the School of Graduate Research Higher Degree by Research Publications Grant (HDRPG) Scheme Eligibility and Conditions of Grant (PDF 83KB 3p)

Further information

This grant is explicitly targeted at research degree candidates whose thesis/project is under examination. Accordingly, it is not intended to provide financial support to candidates who have not yet submitted their thesis/project or to former candidates.

Supervisors are reminded that the predicted submission date of an applicant's thesis/project should be as realistic as possible. In the event that submission is delayed by unexpected developments, short-term postponement of the grant may be sought (see Terms and Conditions of taking up the grant).

Contact

HDR Scholarships and Admissions Officer
Email: sgr-scholarships@rmit.edu.au 
Tel: +61 3 9925 5570


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Desde 2016-09-22 00:00:00.0 hasta 2016-11-30 00:00:00.0
Fecha de convocatoria
2016-09-22 00:00:00.0
Información del convocante
RMIT University
La Trobe St , 124
VIC 3000 Melbourne
Web
http://www.rmit.edu.au/
Teléfono
+61 3 9925 2000
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