Mahrashtra Government has partnered with the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney to offer a PhD scholarship programme to students in the universities across the State.
As part of an MoU signed with the Maharashtra government, UNSW will offer 20 PhD scholarships every year to top ranked students of the state universities for advance joint research and knowledge exchange.
The MoU will be a great pathway for high quality students to demonstrate their abilities in research by pursuing their doctorates at UNSW’s Canberra campus and in certain cases, at the Sydney campus. The partnership is aimed to create a strong research culture and to jointly address some of India’s developmental challenges.
Applications have been invited by the UNSW from the students of all universities across Maharashtra. UNSW will assess the student’s eligibility, solely based on the merit of their proposals, their research experience and academic performance.
Steps to apply:
Step-1: Students need to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to the Vice Chancellor of their university and UNSW Canberra.
Step-2: UNSW Canberra to evaluate the EOIs and notify competitive candidates.
Step-3: Students will be required to send a formal application to UNSW for admission and scholarships.