Scholarships

When you enrol in postgraduate studies you can apply for a variety scholarships, which provide additional money to help with your studies.

Specific to Physics and Astrophysics

J L William postgraduate Top Up Scholarship Domestic

J. L. William Postgraduate Top Up Scholarships provide a yearly non-taxable top up of $A5,000 p.a. from the start date of your PhD for three years. Outstanding students who have completed, or expect to complete, a four year undergraduate degree at H1 level are encouraged to apply. Information on research topics offered by the School of Physics  and Astronomy is available at:

Application form

The Schools research areas can be found here

J L William International postgraduate Top Up Scholarship

High Achieving International students are invited to apply for the prestigious J. L. William International Scholarships to undertake postgraduate studies leading to a PhD within the School of Physics and Astronomy at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. These Scholarships are available to all International students. The J.L. William Scholarships are awarded as a top up scholarship for applicants who have successfully been awarded one of the following awards:

* Research Training Program (RTP):

* Monash Graduate Scholarship (MGS):

Scholarship Support here

The J. L. William Scholarships provide a yearly non-taxable top up of $A5,000 p.a. from the start date of your PhD for three years. Outstanding students who have completed, or expect to complete, a four year undergraduate degree at H1 level are encouraged to apply. Information on research topics offered by the School of Physics  and Astronomy is available at:

Application form

The Schools research areas can be found here

Alan P. Roberts PhD Top Up Scholarship

The Alan P. Roberts Scholarship provides a yearly non-taxable top up scholarship of $8,000 p.a.

Applications are invited for the prestigious Alan P. Roberts Scholarship to undertake postgraduate studies leading to a PhD in theoretical physics, within the broad areas of complex systems or emergent phenomena. The research project will be carried out in the School of Physics and Astronomy at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. This Scholarship is available to citizens and permanent residents of Australia and New Zealand. The Alan P. Roberts Scholarship is awarded as a top up scholarship for applicants who have obtained one of the following awards:

* RTP Scholarship – formerly Australian Postgraduate Award (APA)

* Monash Graduate Scholarship (MGS)

Application form

The Schools research areas can be found here

Specific to the Faculty of Science

See Scholarship opportunities for science graduate research students which has information related to scholarships in general as well as scholarships only available to students studying in the Faculty of Science.

Monash-Wide

See the MGE scholarships page.

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