The Scholarships are available to support full-time study leading to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
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The late Millie Hay Joyner passed away on 13 February 1993 leaving a will providing for a number of educational scholarships. Applications are invited for the Joyner Scholarships in Law, Fine Arts, Medicine and Science tenable at the three South Australian Universities. The Scholarships are available to support full-time study leading to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
Eligibility: Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia and should hold or expect to hold a First Class Honours degree or equivalent thereof. Applicants must be acceptable to commence enrolment in a higher degree by research.
Qualifications: Applicants must hold or expect to obtain a First Class Honours degree or equivalent qualification in the disciplines of Law, Fine Arts, Medicine or Science respectively. Medicine is not open in 2017.
Selection: Applicants will be selected from those applying for an Research Training Program Scholarship at any of the three South Australian universities who are eligible under any one of the three categories.
Value: The living allowance for the scholarships will be $29,790 in 2018 (set at 10% above the base stipend applying to Research Training Program Scholarships). Support will continue for up to three years subject to satisfactory academic progress.