Information about scholarship and studentship opportunities for research students.
Every scholarship has different eligibility criteria, so there's more than likely one that you are eligible for. Find the right scholarship for you on the University's scholarships website.
University Graduate Research and Equity scholarships
Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarships (RTP) which replaced Australian Postgraduate Awards (APA) in 2018, and Melbourne Research Scholarships (MRS) are university research scholarships awarded at entry to the course and based on academic merit and previous research experience.
Enrolled students who are not in receipt of these types of scholarships can reapply for these scholarships during their candidature.
Scholarships are granted in line with University policy and the Faculty of VCA and MCM Graduate Research Scholarships Policy.
Scholarships are administered by the central Melbourne Scholarships Office and current recipients can check the Terms and Conditions of their scholarships online.
Melbourne Scholarships also administer a number of Equity-based scholarships that enrolled students may be eligible to apply for.
Norman Macgeorge Scholarship (PhD students only)
The Norman Macgeorge Scholarship provides PhD students in the visual, creative and performing arts, music, architecture, conservation, literature, creative writing, language, history, philosophy and anthropology at the University of Melbourne with financial assistance to travel overseas on a research trip to the value of $6 000. Student applicants should first contact the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music Research Office to advise their intent to apply and submit their application draft for faculty review by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org at least seven days before the deadline.
Visit our website for more information on the Norman Macgeorge Scholarship.
Faculty scholarships office
Faculty of Fine Arts and Music offers an array of scholarships available for current enrolled students, along with a selection for those students who have completed their studies at the Faculty. You may be eligible for one or multiple scholarships or awards.