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Ian Wark Research Institute Honours Scholarships  Nanotechnology, Biotechnology Simone Purdie Continuing Students
Ian Wark Research Institute Vacation Scholarships Chemistry,  Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, Nanotechnology Simone Purdie
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Please note: Scholarships and Grants are subject to change and are awarded based on conditions current at the time of award.


Ian Wark Research Institute Honours Scholarships

The Ian Wark Research Institute invites applications for honours scholarships from students who have consistently achieved a high level of academic performance in a science or engineering undergraduate degree. Successful applicants will enrol in the Bachelor of Science (Honours) (Nano and Biomaterials). This program stream provides students with the unique opportunity to prepare for work and further study in both nano and biotechnology. In exceptional circumstances, successful applicants may enrol in another relevant honours program at UniSA, and undertake a research project in The Wark. These students will receive 50% of the full value of the scholarships.

Value: $10,000 per annum, paid by fortnightly stipend

Closing date: 31 October each year

For more information contact:
Miss Simone Purdie
Institute Administrative and Project Officer
Future Industries Institute
Tel: (08) 830 25173
Email: Simone.Purdie@unisa.edu.au

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Ian Wark Research Institute Vacation Scholarships

The Ian Wark Research Institute (The Wark™) invites applications for vacation scholarships from students who have consistently achieved a high level of academic performance in their degree program. As a minimum requirement, students must have completed the first year of their degree program.

Applicants must have a strong background and interest in chemistry, chemical engineering, physics, mathematics, mineral processing, nanotechnology, biotechnology or the sciences of materials, polymers, colloids and surfaces.

Scholarships apply for up to two months (usually between the December - February period) and enable successful applicants to work with one or more strong research sectors within The Wark.

Value:  $350 per week

Closing date: 30 September each year

For more information contact:
Miss Simone Purdie
Institute Administrative and Project Officer
Future Industries Institute 
Tel: (08) 830 25173
Email: Simone.Purdie@unisa.edu.au

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