For additional information, including general scholarships available to UNSW local and international students and closing dates for applications, visit the UNSW Scholarships Website. Please note that all scholarships are subject to change without notice.
The following scholarships are available to students enrolled in UNSW Built Environment.
The Faculty of Built Environment and the Climate Change Research Centre are offering a scholarship valued at $100,000 over 3.5 years. The proposed PhD project is focusing on unravelling the representation of realistic urban neighbourhoods in large scale climate modelling. Open to Australian citizens, permanent residents and international applicants who will undertake a full time PhD at UNSW Built Environment.
- New full-time applicants only. Currently enrolled candidates not eligible to apply.
- Tuition fee scholarships are available for international applicants.
- If awarded this scholarship, applicants must be enrolled by Term 1, 2020
- Applicants must meet UNSW entry requirements.
Please visit the Climate Extremes website for EOI details, further eligibility criteria and details on how to apply.
- EOI is open throughout 2019.
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It is predicted that by 2030, 60% of the population – 5 billion people – will be city dwellers. Cities represent a great opportunity for both economic growth and improved quality of life, but this is only possible with wise and well-considered development.
UNSW Built Environment has established a leading academic interdisciplinary program to lead comprehensive research and education initiatives to tackle the grand challenges of the 21st century cities such as rapid urbanisation, heat island impacts and urban renewal.
Thanks to the generous donation by Dr Vincent Lo, UNSW graduate and donor, UNSW Built Environment invites aspiring Higher Degree Research students to apply for PhD scholarships worth AUD $100,000 to conduct research into Urban Regeneration and Renewal in the Asia Pacific region. Please go to Vincent Lo PhD Scholarships for more information.
The Turnbull Foundation Women in Built Environment PhD Scholarship, created at the initiative of Lucy Turnbull AO, Chair of the Greater Sydney Commission, will help talented young women enhance their careers in the built environment industry.
Open to both new and enrolled candidates, the $95,000 scholarship will support the recipient studying for a PhD in the Faculty of Built Environment, as well as participation in the Australian Graduate School of Management's Women in Leadership program during their tenure.
For more information, go to The Turnbull Foundation Women in Built Environment Scholarship.