Tasmanian International Scholarships are granted yearly to deserving domestic and international applicants. Tasmanian International Scholarships are offered at the University of Tasmania across all research areas, and they will be given to candidates who have shown a strong aptitude for conducting original research.
Scholarships are awarded based on academic merit, experience, prior learning, and other pertinent achievements in a competitive process. In fields of strategic research, new applicants are given preference.
University of Tasmania
A stipend of INR 15,17,509 per annum and relocation allowance up to INR 1,06,130.
Type of Scholarship
Level of Program
Undergraduate, Graduate, and Doctorate
July 01, 2024
Tasmanian International Scholarship includes benefits like:
- Stipend: INR 15,17,509 (current rate) is the stipend. This rate is increased on January 1st of each year.
- Relocation Allowances: A relocation payment of up to AUD $2,000 is offered by the TGRS to help with moving expenses related to pursuing a higher degree by research in Tasmania.
- Other Allowances: Recipients of the award may also receive smaller sums of money, allowances, or other income in addition to the Tasmanian International Scholarship, or income through part-time work carried out in accordance with the University's regulations.
To be eligible for the University of Tasmania Scholarship, the individual must meet all of the requirements listed below:
- Successful applicants must have completed at least four years of postsecondary study and hold an upper second-class Honours degree or equivalent.
- Only those who will be pursuing a full-time research master's or doctorate degree in 2024 are eligible for awards.
- Candidates must not be receiving another equivalent award, scholarship, or salary to pursue the planned program (if that income exceeds 75% of the base RTP stipend rate).
- Income unrelated to the applicant's Higher Degree by Research (e.g., employment income) or income received for the candidate's Higher Degree by Research but not used to cover ordinary living expenses is not to be considered.
- Candidates who have earned a degree at the same level as the proposed candidature or higher, as well as those who have held a Postgraduate Research Award funded by the Australian Government or a university for longer than six months, are eligible to apply. These candidates will be taken into consideration during the competitive selection process, but they will not be given preference over candidates who have not.
Application process for undergraduate and postgraduate degrees
- Choose a course: Look through their extensive course catalog. Search by degree level and area of interest using the filters, then click on a course to learn more.
- Check your Eligibility: Go to admission requirements to learn about general entry requirements, such as English language requirements and entry requirements by country.
- Prepare your Documents: Make electronic copies of all the documents you'll need to submit your application. These could include:
- Evidence of English language proficiency (for example, IELTS or TOEFL)
- Evidence of your academic qualifications (including English translations) and past studies (containing official course and unit outlines) if you are applying for recognition of prior learning.
All documents submitted must be originals or certified copies. If all documents are not submitted with the original application, processing times may be delayed.
- Check your finances: You should be aware of the fees associated with your education. These include:
- International course expenditure can be found on the course page for your individual course.
- Scholarships, fees, and expenses list any additional fees and costs.
- Lodge your application: There are two methods for applying:
If we need any additional information from you, our International Admissions team will contact you.
Some countries need this, and you may prefer this choice.
- Apply for a scholarship: They have a variety of scholarships available for international students. The majority of these are evaluated when you apply for your degree program, but some require a formal scholarship application.
Please visit foreign scholarships for further information, including scholarship deadlines.
Application Process for Research Degree
If you want to apply for a Higher Degree by Research, please follow the steps below to help you understand the application procedure.
Step 1- Before you start,
- Verify your English language ability and course entry requirements.
- Before applying, carefully review their scholarship and fee information and make a note of any important Scholarship Round dates, such as citizenship eligibility.
- Examine the list of open projects and choose JUST ONE to apply for.
- Be sure to give yourself plenty of time to submit your application before the deadline and confirm that you meet all requirements for that particular project.
- Think carefully about the costs of moving, including possible housing possibilities.
Step 2- Find your Project,
- Pick ONE project that fits your research interests and skills.
- Verify the application deadline twice because late applications will not be accepted.
- You should carefully read the project description because some projects may have unique eligibility or selection requirements.
- Before the closing date, get in touch with the designated supervisor to discuss your qualifications and the project needs. To affirm their support, you must utilize the Supervisory Support form, which you must then upload with your application.
- Create a Research Proposal. An excellent proposal, written in partnership with the project supervisor, demonstrates that you have a clear vision of the research issue and frames your study. The proposal should be about two pages long. Please consider utilizing the framework below for your research proposal:
- Your research's goals and objectives
- The significance of your research question in relation to the field
- The research procedure
- The anticipated outcomes
Step 3- Submit an application
- Prepare your application materials in advance. You will be required to upload documents as you fill out the application form. It's advised that you use a standard naming convention for your uploads, such as NAME_CV; and NAME_Undergraduate qualifications.
- You will need a minimum of the following:
- a copy of your passport;
- a signed copy of the Supervisory support form;
- a research proposal (see Step 2);
- proof of your qualifications in the form of certified copies of transcripts/academic records;
- A Curriculum Vitae (CV), must contain the names and contact information of two references;
- Proof of your English language ability
After you have completed your paperwork, submit your application through the Online Application System.
Please ensure that you copy and paste the exact project title as given at available projects when prompted.
Please click the submit button once all essential fields have been completed and all supporting papers have been uploaded to your application.
Selection Process for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Degrees
- Receive a response:
- You will receive an email confirmation that your application has been received.
- The University will notify you of the outcome of your application within one to two weeks of receiving your application and the needed supporting papers.
- If your application is accepted, the University will send you a Letter of Offer to Study.
- Offer acceptance and fee payment:
- Return to your application online to accept your offer and pay your semester tuition fees, as well as Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) and any additional expenses specified in your Letter of Offer.
- Apply for your visa and accommodation:
- You'll receive an Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (ECOE) once you've accepted your offer and paid your fees. ECOE is the document you'll need for your visa application.
- You can then apply for your visa and begin making travel plans.
- To study at the University of Tasmania, most international students need a student visa. You must get a visa before coming to Australia, so please plan ahead of time for visa processing when determining your course start date.
Selection Process for Research Degree
You will be emailed a formal written offer of admission. The offer will include the terms and circumstances of candidature, as well as scholarship criteria, if applicable.
Domestic Applicants have two weeks to accept or reject a scholarship or candidature offer, and two months to start their candidature.
International applicants have eight weeks to accept or reject a scholarship or other offer of candidature, and six months to begin their application. International applicants who accept a candidature-only offer must be financially capable of paying for all costs related to a research degree.
Telephone number: +61 362266200
Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I study an HDR part-time?
Domestic candidates may apply for part-time positions. International applicants must check their visa requirements before applying for part-time employment.
I am receiving a scholarship, why do I need to pay for Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)?
OSHC is not usually included in your scholarship benefits. Details can be found in your enrollment offer and scholarship requirements.
When should I expect my scholarship payments to commence?
Payments may take up to four weeks to begin from the date of enrollment.