HDR Fee Remission Merit Scholarship - Successful international Scholars will also be awarded an HDR Fee Remission Merit Scholarship, to cover the International Student Fees for the standard duration of the research program.
Relocation Allowances - A relocation allowance may be claimed as a one-off payment to Scholars, to assist with ancillary costs (including those in respect of the Scholar's spouse, de facto partner, and dependent children) while undertaking an eligible HDR program. Where a claim for a one-off travel contribution is in respect of a Scholar's spouse, de facto partner, and dependent children, they must accompany the Scholar to Canberra (or join the Scholar in Canberra within 12 months of the Scholar commencing their program). Scholars who are resident elsewhere in Australia or who are permanently resident outside Australia at the time of application are eligible to receive the following one-off contribution, capped at a maximum of $1,000 for Domestic Scholars, or $2,500 for International Scholars, towards the costs of moving to Canberra to take up their eligible HDR program.
Thesis Reimbursement: Allowances are paid to domestic and international scholars to assist with ancillary costs while undertaking an eligible HDR program.
Scholars receive a one-off allowance of up to $500 for printing and other services associated with the production of their thesis.