For 2019/20 entry there will be 3 scholarships available to be awarded to the most outstanding PhD applicants. Awards made for entry in Autumn 2019 will include the following:
- The full payment of fees (worth up to £22,860 at 19/20 rates)
- A maintenance stipend in line with RCUK rates for the two years spent at Warwick ( £15,040* for full time award holders in 2019/20), and in line with Australian government rates for the year spent at Monash*
- Travel allowance of £2000 during the lifetime of the PhD
- Length of funding: 3 years
*Please note these are provisional predicted figures and are subject to change.
Applicants for a Monash Warwick Alliance (Warwick) Scholarship must also be applying to Warwick for a Monash Warwick Joint PhD to begin in Autumn 2019.
Students currently enrolled on a PhD or MPhil/PhD at the University of Warwick will not be eligible to apply.
There is no nationality criteria for these scholarships, and applicants may be from any discipline where the Monash Warwick Alliance Joint PhD is offered.
Please see 'Monash Warwick Alliance Joint PhD Eligible Courses' listed in Essential Reading.
You must have already applied for admission to Warwick for a Monash Warwick Joint PhD before you can apply to be considered for the scholarship (see timeline below).
The scholarship application deadline for this year’s competition is 23:59 (GMT) on Wednesday 6th March 2019.
Please note that all applicants must have applied for admission to the University on a valid Monash Warwick Joint PhD course code in advance of this deadline.
The application process...
Identify area of research
Identify supervisors at the University of Warwick and Monash University
Ask supervisors to complete the Joint Supervision Statement
Submit an application for study at the University of Warwick on one of the listed eligible courses.
Complete the Alliance Joint PhD Scholarship Application Form by Wednesday 6th March 2019 (23:59 GMT)
How to Apply
Applicants are strongly encouraged to read the 'How to Apply for a Monash Warwick Alliance Scholarship' guidance, which lists further information about the process for applying and also guidance around the application form.
Within the scholarship application form, applicants will be required to answer the following questions:
- Please provide details of how you meet the descriptors "Person and Preparedness" This section has a maximum 2500 character limit.
- Please provide details of how you meet the descriptors "Project and Place" This section has a maximum 2500 character limit.
- What added value do you hope a joint PhD will bring to you as opposed to you pursuing a single degree at either university? This section has a maximum 2500 character limit.
- How do the two research groups you hope to work in compliment each other in view of your project? This section has a maximum 2500 character limit.
Part of the scholarship application will be assesed against the 'PGR Ranking Criteria', it is therefore essential that all applicants familarise themselves with this document.
Please complete the Monash Warwick Alliance Scholarship Application Form below:
We strongly advise that all applicants read the guidance listed below before completing the application form.
Part of the application will be based on the PGR Ranking Criteria and so it is important that you are also familiar with this document.
- How to Apply for a Monash Warwick Alliance Scholarship (PDF Document)
- Scholarship Application Flowchart (PDF Document)
- Monash Warwick Alliance Scholarship Ranking Critera (PDF Document)
- Monash Warwick Alliance Joint PhD Courses Available (PDF Document)
- Monash Warwick Alliance Fees and Funding (PDF Document)
- Monash Warwick Alliance Joint PhD FAQ's (PDF Document)
In 2012 the University of Warwick and Monash University developed an Alliance. You can read further information about the breadth, scale and impact of the Monash Warwick Alliance.