Applications are invited for Partially Funded Master of Pharmaceutical Industry Practice Guangdong Province Student Scholarship from International students graduated from Guangdong Province at the University of Queensland, Australia.
The Masters of Pharmaceutical Industry Practice Scholarship is an exciting opportunity for high achieving international students. Scholars will receive a $5,000 – $10,000 tuition fee scholarship. The final amount awarded to the successful applicants will be at the discretion of the selection committee.
Applicants are required to lodge an official application for the Masters in Pharmaceutical Industry Practice. You must apply for the Masters in Pharmaceutical Industry Practice before applying for the scholarship. Receive a UQ Student ID Number and an unconditional offer (or a conditional offer providing that all conditions are to be met by the scholarship application closing date).
All the successful applicants will receive an award value from 5,000 – 10,000 AUD tuition fee scholarship.
To be eligible for the scholarship, an applicant must:
- International students who have graduated from an institute in Guangdong province, China and are not already undertaking any studies in Australia
- Students who wish to commence study of the Masters of Pharmaceutical Industry Practice at UQ in July 2019
- Students who have received an unconditional offer to study the Masters of Pharmaceutical Industry Practice at UQ in July 2019
- Criteria is based on academic excellence, and high achieving students are encouraged to apply.
- Students must not simultaneously hold another scholarship
Upon receiving and unconditional offer letter, applicants are required to submit the following documents via email to email@example.com
- Curriculum Vitae
- Personal/motivational statement (no more than 1,000 words)
- Address the reasons for your interest in studying the masters of pharmaceutical industry practice at UQ in your statement and your personal goals and ambitions
- One reference letter from teaching staff at your institution or from an employer, if available (in English). The academic reference letters should ideally rank your academic performance against your peer group