CHE PhD scholarship
Scholarships and other financial support
Generous PhD scholarships are available in all areas of health economics, but we specifically encourage projects that align with our research themes and the current research projects of our supervisors.
Successful applicants will receive a scholarship covering tuition fees and a tax-free stipend at current value of AU$35,000 per annum full-time rate.
Several top-up scholarships are also available to eligible applicants. Information on scholarships and top-ups is available on the Scholarships and fees page.
Additional financial support is available through research and teaching assistance work; students can earn up to AU$15,000 per annum.
PhD candidates also have opportunities for funded travel and study exchanges with partner institutions in Europe or the USA.
Duration: 3.5-year fixed-term appointment
Apply for a PhD with the Centre for Health Economics
For full information on scholarship eligibility, English language requirements and the application process, please visit the Monash Business School Graduate Research Program page.
To be competitive for a scholarship, we additionally seek applicants who have a degree in economics, econometrics, health economics, statistics, or a relevant quantitative discipline with a research component.
To commence the scholarship application process, please lodge your Expression of Interest (EOI) for a preliminary assessment at the Monash Business School Graduate Research Program page.
Please select “Health Economics” as your area of interest in the online EOI form.
You do not need to find a supervisor before submitting an EOI.
If your EOI demonstrates eligibility and the Centre for Health Economics has the resources and expertise to take you on as a graduate research student, you will receive an Invitation to Apply.
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