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Joint Scholarship Program for Vietnamese Doctoral Students

Cập nhật lúc: 10:11 AM ngày 23/03/2017

Hong Duc University and the University of Wollongong have a collaborative agreement to provide high quality research training to qualified students from Vietnam

Selected Vietnamese students will enrol in a designated program at UOW and undertake a Doctor of Philosophy degree (4 years) or a Master of Philosophy (2 years).

Successful applicants will be issued with a UOW-HDU scholarship which will provide a stipend of AUD $15,000 per year and an International Postgraduate Tuition Award (IPTA).

The stipend is offered up to 4 years for the Doctor of Philosophy and 2 years for Master of Philosophy in addition to this, each student will receive a AUD $3000 allowance each year.

Application Process

HDU will promote and recruit a pool of suitably qualified applicants for the UOW-HDU Research Scholarship Program. Applications nominated by HDU will apply to UOW by completing the online HDR application process.

There are two possible intakes, Autumn and Spring session, for UOW-HDU students every year under this program.

Finding a supervisor

UOW will provide a supervision team for each UOW-HDU student.

The University of Wollongong

The UOW is located in Wollongong, which is a multicultural city of 400,000 people. It is located 60 minutes by car or 90 minutes by train, south of Sydney. UOW has over 22,000 students, including 5,000 onshore international students

UOW has also been the recipient of multiple awards and high rankings, to read more about this please see Rankings and Ratings. At UOW we believe in thinking globally, acting locally so we have formed the Global Challenges Program, Transforming Lives and Regions. The program is working of harnessing the expertise of existing and emerging UOW research strengths, rethinking our past to redesign our future


For enquiries please contact Susan Flint, Manager, Graduate Research School, UOW, susan_flint@uow.edu.au, Ph. +61-2-42215525


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