Scholarships

We are proud to acknowledge that many CARRS-Q postgraduate students have been awarded prestigious scholarships to support their study.  Our scholarship recipients with studies of an international focus include Keqin Jia, Judy Fleiter, Ahsan Kayani, Oscar Oviedo-Trespalacios, Atiyeh Vaezipour, Teodora Stefanova and Suhaila Abdul Hanan.

CARRS-Q Scholarships

CARRS-Q encourages current and future students to apply during the QUT scholarship round: OPEN 1 to 30 September 2018.  CARRS-Q Scholarships will be advertised when available.

Current Scholarship Opportunites

CARRS-Q research partner iMOVE has now opened its Industry PhD Program for applications.

Click here for more information.

QUT Scholarships

The QUT annual scholarship round will open in September 2019; apply for a research degree and a scholarship. Click here for more details.

Find a Scholarship helps you discover the research scholarship that is right for you, and provides information on all currently available scholarships.

CARRS-Q may be able to support your application.

We encourage applicants from all disciplines, and in particular psychology, engineering, public health, business, computer science and social sciences. Experience in road safety or injury prevention research is an added advantage but not essential.  All applicants should meet QUT’s admission criteria (PDF file, 98.47 KB).

The PhD program may start at a time of your choosing and is not required to commence at the beginning of an academic semester (although we find this a convenient time for our candidates).

CARRS-Q has a particular outreach to rural and remote regions of Queensland and welcomes applicants enrolling in a distance education format of their PhD program.

A full time PhD scholarship provides a stipend (tax exempt, indexed annually) over 3 years and full project support and mentoring. Amounts vary depending on type of scholarship.

Other useful links:

Tuition Fees

International students: Applying to study with CARRS-Q.

The following is a guide to educational and professional development opportunities for prospective international students.

The Australian Government’s Australia Awards website provides information on scholarships available by country of citizenship.
Scheme
Details
Date Application Due
Australia Awards – Africa Africa-specific information on the Australia Awards program, which provides Australian Development Scholarships and short-term awards to people from 25 African nations to study in Australia. Country specific – refer to website
Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships Provide a range of opportunities for high achieving students, researchers and fellows to undertake study and research collaboration in the Asia-Pacific region. These awards support access to new knowledge, build research networks and help address regional skills needs. Awards are open to all fields of study. Selection is based on merit and is highly competitive. Mid year – refer to website
Australia Award Fellowships Fellowships target current and future leaders and mid-career professionals who will be in a position to advance priority foreign affairs and development issues on their return home. Refer to website
Australia Award Scholarships These scholarships aim to contribute to the long term development needs of Australia’s partner countries in line with bilateral and regional agreements. They provide opportunities for people from developing countries, particularly those countries located in the Indo-Pacific region, to undertake full time undergraduate or postgraduate study at participating Australian universities. Refer to website

Contact

Education & International Development Officer: carrsq@qut.edu.au or +61 7 3138 4905.