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About this scholarship
Curtin has been awarded funding from the prestigious EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme to support 3 current Curtin students/staff to spend 2-3 months in Europe. This is part of the successful funding to Dr Hani Al-Salami (principle Curtin-lead of the MEDLEM project).
The purpose of this funding is to foster relationships between Australia and Europe through Curtin University and four European institutions - University of Novi Sad, Serbia; Elvesys SAS, France; Marcotech, Germany and Genochem SAS, France.
The successful candidate is not required to carry out specific research tasks, attend compulsory seminars or lectures, or write any reports. However, the candidate will be offered and encouraged to participate in research activities and seminars during their stay. The candidate is free to travel within Europe, if they wish.
This is one of the world’s most prestigious and globally recognised awards, and will add significantly to the successful candidate’s resume and personal experience.
Maximum number awarded
All courses are eligible for this scholarship.
Applicants must be a current Curtin student or staff member, be enrolled part-or-full-time in a course with a minimum duration of 4 years. This can be undergraduate, postgraduate or equivalent.
Applicants do not have to be directly involved in research in their current studies, however should have an interest in research and innovation.
Conditions that need to be met to keep your scholarship
To maintain the scholarship, the successful candidate must:
Unless there are exceptional circumstances, a recipient with unsatisfactory progress or who breaches the scholarship conditions shall be ineligible to retain the scholarship. Determination of exceptional circumstances shall be at the discretion of the Curtin Project Lead, Dr Al-Salami.