2021 UNSW PhD Scholarship in Energy Storage Project SONAR for International Students in Australia

Applications are invited for 2021 UNSW PhD Scholarship in Energy Storage Project SONAR for International Students in Australia for 2021/2022 academic session. The project offers an opportunity for the PhD candidate to join an exciting critical energy storage area and be part of an international research consortium.

Scholarship details

  • University or Organization: University of New South Wales
  • Course Level: PhD
  • Eligible Countries: All counties
  • Eligible field: PhD degree programme in Energy Storage Project SONAR.
  • Award: $28,092 per annum living expenses
  • Number of Awards: Not Know
  • Nationality: International and domestic students
  • The award can be taken in Australia
  • Application Deadline: March 26, 2021

Eligibility      

  • Applicants must hold the equivalent of a First-Class Honours degree in Engineering (Chemical, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering).
  • Applicants must demonstrate research capability (through undergraduate or Master’s Thesis) in Engineering (Chemical, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering).
  • Applicants must meet the documents required at the University of New South Wales.
  • For taking admission, applicants must meet all the entry requirements for the University.
  • Applicants are recommending satisfying the English language requirement of the University.

How to Apply

All the interested participants must secure admission in a PhD degree program at the University. Must submit expressions of interest to Associate Professor Chris Menictas (menictas@unsw.edu.au)

For more information, visit the official webpage



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