Be ambitious in your research
Commencing in 2020, the Ingenium PhD Scholarship program at the Melbourne School of Engineering will help develop the cohort of future Australian research leadership.
Open to Australian and NZ citizens and Australian permanent residents in all research areas of engineering and IT, Ingenium Scholarships offer a generous funding package that includes a living stipend, travel and professional development opportunities for up to three and a half years.
There’s never been a more exciting time to join us at the Melbourne School of Engineering. Backed by our ten-year MSE 2025 strategy we’re transforming the future of engineering and IT at Melbourne.
3.5 years funding
$45,000 yearly stipend (pro-rata)
Travel and professional development
$10,000 yearly allowance
Mentoring opportunities with academics and industry
The Ingenium Scholarship program is open to Australian and NZ citizens, and Australian permanent residents in all research areas of Engineering and IT. Applicants will be assessed based on:
- Academic excellence
- Strength of PhD research proposal
- Ambassadorial potential
Gender diversity amongst recipients will be actively sought and promoted.
Apply via the PhD application process. You should indicate that you wish to be considered for the scholarship in your application.
Your applications should include:
- Letter of support from your supervisor as to your Ingenium ambassadorial potential.
- A written proposal of the proposed PhD project, and a personal statement on your ambassadorial potential.
Upload both of these together when prompted for the Research Proposal in your online application.
Deadline for 2020 applications: 15 May 2020
Join a world-class research community at the University of Melbourne
- Research at MSE
As a PhD candidate in the Melbourne School of Engineering, you will work alongside researchers who are world leaders in engineering and IT, creating technological solutions to some of the key challenges of the 21st Century.
MSE is home to a number of major international research centres and Cooperative Research Centres (CRCs) that represent joint ventures between universities, industry and government bodies.
- Towards MSE 2025
MSE 2025 is the bold 10-year strategy to transform the future of engineering and IT at the University of Melbourne. Putting knowledge into action, MSE is set to open two major new sites within the next five years – Melbourne Connect, being developed as Australia’s leading innovation hub, as well as a new campus at Fishermans Bend. Across both sites, we will see unprecedented opportunity for collaboration and knowledge pooling amongst some of the world’s brightest engineering minds.