Kartomi PhD in Music Scholarship
The Sir Zelman Cohen School of Music is pleased to introduce the Kartomi PhD in Music Scholarship (KPMS).
|Award Title||Kartomi PhD in Music Scholarship|
Stipend (living allowance)
Alternatively, this scholarship may be available for tuition costs, subject to conditions.
|Value (2011 rate)||$AUD 26,640 per annum (pro rata) plus allowances for full time enrolment. Funding for fieldwork may also be available.|
|Duration||3 years full time or 6 years part time|
The scholarship is available to Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents and international applicants.
Only H1 or H1E equivalent applicants will be considered for this scholarship. Applicants holding the following qualifications are automatically classed as H1:
Applicants who do not hold one of these qualifications may be eligible if their qualifications and/or research experience are deemed H1 equivalent.
More information: H1 Equivalence Procedures on the MRGS site.
The scholarship is available to applicants who are currently undertaking or proposing to undertake a PhD in Music. The scholarship may be held in any field of music compatible with the research plans of the Sir Zelman Cohen School of Music.
For full details of eligibility, please see the scholarship's Conditions of Award.
|How to Apply||
Applications for postgraduate research scholarships at Monash University (including the APA and MGS) are completed online through the online candidature and/ or scholarship application. There are two rounds per year:
Applicants who complete the online scholarship application form will be automatically considered for all postgraduate research scholarships for which they are eligible in the Faculty of Arts at Monash University.
The successful awardee of the Kartomi PhD in Music Scholarship will be notified as follows:
|Conditions of Award||KPMS condition of award [PDF]|
|Contact||Sir Zelman Cohen School of Music: Ms Sascha Burnside
Note: Successful international applicants will be required to cover the tuition fees of their chosen degree. International applicants are encouraged to also apply for a tuition scholarship, see relevant information.