University of Sydney
Henry Bertie and Florence Mabel Gritton Research Scholarships - in Chemistry related to Industry and Agriculture 2012
Sciences & Engineering
The Gritton Scholarships are awarded to candidates enrolling full time in a higher degree by research and are intended to promote the knowledge and study of chemistry in relation to industry and agriculture, including chemistry connected with electrical engineering, metallurgical chemistry and chemistry in its application to mining and the winning treatment of minerals and natural products of the soil.
They are open to graduates of universities who are members of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, graduates of any country who are citizens of a Commonwealth country or Australian permanent residents. The scholarship is valued at the same rate as the Australian Postgraduate Award ($22,860 in 2011).
In addition, the Gritton Medalist Award is awarded to a Univeristy of Sydney Medalist who is enrolled full-time in a PhD project. The award is normally made in the second year of candidature and is for one year only. The value of the award is determined annually.
Please see the document (attached below) for further information and application forms.
Applications must be submitted to the Scholarships Office, Level 5 Jane Foss Russell Building G02, The University of Sydney NSW 2006.
To also apply for 2012 semester one APA/UPA scholarships (closing 31 October 2011), please see http://www.usyd.edu.au/scholarships/research/postgraduate_awards.shtml
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