University of Melbourne–Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Joint PhD Program: Call for Applications

University of Melbourne–Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Joint PhD Program: Call for Applications

Call Open: KIT-UoM Joint PhD Program

Applications Due: 9 September 2019

We are pleased to announce that scholarships are available for Joint PhD candidates who will work on one of the specified topics of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)-University of Melbourne program. These scholarships are for PhD candidates to be based at KIT, who will spend at least twelve months at the University of Melbourne, Australia. The candidates will be enrolled at both the University of Melbourne and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and will be co-supervised by supervisors at both institutions. More information on joint PhD degrees can be seen here. Successful candidates will be due to enrol by December 2019.

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Applicants must meet the University of Melbourne's and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology's selection criteria. Details on the University of Melbourne's entry requirements can be seen here, and details for the entry requirements at KIT can be seen here.  The application process is competitive, with higher than the equivalent of a University of Melbourne 80% in a relevant degree expected. Domestic and international applicants are welcome.


The successful candidate will receive a scholarship, which will include a 100% fee remission scholarship, a living allowance for three years with a possible 6-month extension, and funding for travel.

Further details on undertaking a doctorate at KIT can be seen here.

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