Diane Lemaire Scholarship at University of Melbourne, Australia

Diane Lemaire Scholarship at University of Melbourne, Australia

Designation/Position- Diane Lemaire Scholarship

University of Melbourne, Australia invites application for Diane Lemaire Scholarship for eligible and interested candidates

About- Made possible through a bequest from the late Diane Lemaire, who was the first woman to graduate with an engineering degree from the University of Melbourne in 1942. This scholarship is available to female PhD students in the Faculty of Engineering & IT to fund a project or proposal that will enhance the applicant’s PhD and research outcomes

Study level- female PhD student

Location- University of Melbourne, Australia


To be eligible for this scholarship, you need to:

  • be a female PhD student
  • have completed the equivalent of at least six months candidature
Selection criteria

Applications will be assessed on the following criteria:

  • Academic merit of the applicant
  • Quality of the proposed project and how this opportunity will enhance the applicant’s PhD
  • Quality of research and the strength of a personal statement

Job/Position Description- 

  • Applications open -1 Jan 2021
  • Last day for applications -28 Feb 2021
  • Application required  –How to apply
  • Benefit type Single payment Full benefit details
  • Citizenship requirements – Australian / domestic student ,International student
  • Total value – $4,000 – $15,000
  • Applicable study areas – Computing and Information; Engineering
  • Number of scholarships awarded- Approximately 4

How to Apply- 

Submit an online application via the Faculty of Engineering & IT graduate research scholarships webpage.

Last Date for Apply– 28 February 2021

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