The University of Western Australia is proud to offer the Clinical Biochemistry Research Post Graduation Scholarship. This scholarship is open to international students who are studying in the Master of Biotechnology or Master of Clinical Pathology program at UWA. The scholarship is worth $4,000 and will be awarded to one eligible student each year.
Ms. Merle Smith has donated a fund to The University of Western Australia (`the University) to provide a scholarship to encourage and assist high achieving students enrolled in a Master of Biotechnology or Master of Clinical Pathology to undertake a research project in the area of clinical biochemistry. The scholarship will provide financial assistance for the successful applicant to undertake a research project at an accredited professional research institute.
To be eligible to apply for the scholarship, an applicant must—
(a) be enrolled, or eligible to enroll—
(i) full-time enrolment;
(ii) in research project units intending to undertake a research project focusing on physiological or disease pathways that utilize a biochemical test using a biofluid or tissues from a human or animal model to study physiological or disease pathways.
(iii) in the Master of Clinical Pathology (92510) by coursework and dissertation specializing in Clinical Biochemistry; or
(iv) in the Master of Biotechnology (71580)
To apply to UWA, you will need to provide some key information about yourself and your academic history. Once you have filled out the application form, you will also need to submit supporting documents such as your academic transcripts and proof of English proficiency.
The best way to start your application is by clicking on the ‘Apply now button and filling in the online form. Make sure to have all of your supporting documents ready before you start, as you will need to upload them into the system.
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