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Sam and Nina Narodowski Ongoing Scholarship Opportunity Available at RMIT
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Sam and Nina Narodowski Ongoing Scholarship Opportunity Available at RMIT


Another international scholarship opportunity is now available at the RMIT University, officially the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT),  which is a public research university in Melbourne, Australia.


The institution is providing a AUD$ 33,000 per annum and a tuition fee scholarship to interested candidates who wants to pursue their studies at the Institution.


The Sam and Nina Narodowski is providing this scholarships to aim to support new commencing candidates through their degree across a range of specific research areas.


Details For Sam and Nina Narodowski Ongoing Scholarship Opportunity Available at RMIT


Deadline for Application: 1st March 2022.

Countries Available To: International/All Countries.

Type of Scholarship: PhD.

Value of Award: $33,000.

Number of Awards: 2.


Eligible Field of Studies: PhD study programme in Food Production and Agribusiness, Sustainability and Environment or Clothing Textiles and Health Disability and Aged Care, Urban Transport and Social Planning or Migration and Settlement Services at RMIT can be applied for.


Eligibility For Sam and Nina Narodowski Ongoing Scholarship Opportunity Available at RMIT


1. Candidates must meet the eligibility criteria for admission into the PhD program.

2. Candidates must meet the entry requirements of PhD students at RMIT.

3. Candidates must submit scores of the following English language proficiency tests;

  • PTE – 58
  • IELTS – 6.5
  • TOEFL IBT – 79
  • C1 – 176
  • C2 – 176


How To Apply For The Sam and Nina Narodowski Ongoing Scholarship Opportunity Available at RMIT


Interested candidates must log in to RMIT Online Portal and complete their admission application. To apply for this scholarship, students must mail an Expression of Interest to sgr-admissions@rmit.edu.au.


Interested candidates are required to present the following documents to the university:

  • A cover letter briefly outlining your interest in the project.
  • A digital copy of your latest academic transcripts.
  • A CV including any education, marks/grades, relevant professional experience, publications (if any), awards (if any), and names of referees.

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