Expression of Interest (EOI) for Postgraduate Candidature and/or Scholarship
As a prospective PhD or Master's by research candidate you will need to complete and submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) form in order to be considered for an invitation to apply for candidature and/or scholarship.
Identify a research supervisor/s
Having supervision is integral to the application process and an 'invitation to apply' cannot proceed without a prospective supervisor initiating the process.
To find a suitable Supervisor please refer to the School of Chemistry's Research page https://www.monash.edu/science/research/graduate-research/find-a-supervisor/chemistry
You will be required to provide the name of at least one supervisor you wish to supervise your research project in the EOI form.
All postgraduate research students at Monash University are however supervised by at least two supervisors.
Provide access to the following documents
The EOI form will require you to provide access to the following supporting documents before you will be able to click 'submit'
- Undergraduate and Postgraduate Academic Transcripts (Certified English Translation as required)
- IELTS/TOEFL test results (if applicable) (cannot be more than two years old)
- Publications, Awards, References
- Curriculum Vitae
- Evidence of relevant Work Experience
Only if you are having trouble uploading documents using the Google-based EOI form, please submit your documents to the following email: SCI-Chem-EOI@monash.edu.
Graduate Research Scholarship Rounds
New scholarship application deadlines (as of 1 June 2017).
|Round||Applicant||Applications Open||Applications Close||Enrolment Period|
|July-December of the current year|
|2||Domestic||1 November||31 May|
July-December of the current year
|3||International||1 April||31 August||January-June of the following year|
|4||Domestic||1 June||31 October||January-June of the following year|
Invitation to Apply
Prospective students are only able to apply online only once they have received an 'invitation to apply' from the School of Chemistry.
An 'invitation to apply' will be issued by the interested supervisor via email.
Please note that 'an invitation to apply' is NOT a guarantee that an offer of candidature nor scholarship will be made.
The EOI form asks that your documents are provided as a URL to a single pdf shared via Google drive or Drop Box. Can you please ensure that the documents you are sharing enable 'all' to view them.