We offer prestigious scholarships for both domestic and international research candidates. In most cases, these scholarships are available to Australian or New Zealand citizens or Australian permanent residents.
Australian Government Research Training Program scholarships – NOW OPEN
Charles Sturt University offers a portfolio of Australian Government funded Research Training Program (AGRTP) Scholarships for both Domestic and International research candidates.
Applications for domestic scholarships close at 5.00pm AEDT on Thursday 31 October 2019.
Applications for international scholarships close at 5.00pm AEST on Friday 30 August 2019.
This scholarship is awarded to postgraduate researchers with exceptional promise on the basis of academic merit and research potential.
This scholarship is available to students who are enrolled part-time in a Higher Degree by Research program.
This scholarship is awarded to Indigenous Australian postgraduate researchers with exceptional promise on the basis of academic merit and research potential.
Graham Centre scholarship
The Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation conducts research to create knowledge and capacity to deliver farming systems for the future.
Institute for Land, Water and Society scholarship
The Institute for Land, Water and Society works in partnership with government and others to conduct biophysical, social and economic research.
National Wine and Grape Industry Centre scholarship
The Centre conducts world-class research in plant pathology, vine physiology, fruit development, fruit and wine composition, sensory characteristics of wine and consumer preference.
Public and Contextual Theology scholarship
The Public and Contextual Theology Research Centre is conducts collaborative research by scholars of many religious. They are committed to becoming the lead centre in the Asia-Pacific region for research into theology and public issues.
International applicants who will be studying full-time on a Charles Sturt University campus can apply for this scholarship.
Other scholarships - Apply Now
The Faculty of Science is seeking a PhD candidate to join the Forwood structural biology lab investigating the role of matrix protein in Nipah viruses.
PhD applicants are being sought to be part of a multi-disciplinary team of Charles Sturt University and NSW DPI ecologists, engineers, economists and science communicators who are working to develop Australia’s first fish-screening program by evaluating pilot projects in NSW, developing Australian screening design guidelines, building awareness and ensuring screening programs are underpinned by rigorous science.
Applicants are sought to undertake a PhD supported by a Charles Sturt University-based Australian Government Research Training Program Full-Time Scholarship (AGRTP) as part of the ARC Training Centre for Innovative Wine Production.
Resources for applicants
The following links may assist prospective scholarship applicants.