The Griffith University is inviting students from all over the world to apply for the Griffith University International Postgraduate Scholarship (GUIPRS) for masters and PhD Students.
Almost all Academic Fields & Majors are available at the University for Postgraduate Studies. The grant will provide full tuition fee waiver and health insurance for candidate and also for any dependent. The University offer 600 awards for all students from any part of the world. The Scholarship duration for PhD candidates is 3 Years and for Masters Degree by Research is 2 Years.
Griffith University was founded in 1971 located in South East Queensland, Australia.
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Host Country: Australia
Category: Masters & PhD
Eligible Countries: All Countries
Reward: Full Scholarship with healthcare allowance
Deadline: September 15th , 2020.
This scholarship is available to students who wishes to study a MSc in Islamic Finance.
Subject; Business (Accountancy / Economics / Finance / International Business)
In order to be eligible to apply for the scholarship, applicants must:
- Not be a Domestic Student, as defined as being a student who is an Australian citizen or an Australian permanent resident or holder of an Australian Permanent Humanitarian visa; or a New Zealand citizen, or International Student.
- A GUIPRS will not be awarded to a candidate who is in receipt of an equivalent award or scholarship from the Commonwealth Government designed to offset HDR program tuition fees.
- You can check the Condition of Awards by Clicking Here.
Scholarship Duration and Reward
Griffith University Research Scholarships 2021 in Australia for International Students form every part of the world to study in Masters or PhD degree at the university will provide the Complete Tuition Fee for whole degree and Cover the health also for any dependent.
- Doctoral Degree: 3 Years
- Masters Degree: 2 Years
Available Study Fields:
- Science and environment
- Architecture, construction, and planning
- Humanities, languages and social science
- Business and government
- Music and performing arts
- Criminology and law
- Engineering and Information Technology
- Medicine, dentistry, and health
- Visual and creative arts.