Undergraduate Summer Research Scholarships

The ARC Centre of Excellence Undergraduate Summer Scholarships in Climate System Science are highly competitive scholarships intended to provide undergraduate students from Australian universities an introduction to cutting-edge climate science research at one of our five universities, or our national partners- CSIRO, Bureau of Meteorology and Department of Environment.

Students should be in their second, third, or post-honours year and interested in pursuing a postgraduate degree in climate system science. Current Centre of Excellence students are not eligible for this scholarship.

Scholarships are available for  students to conduct supervised research for a six-week period during the summer break from November to February, with a break around the holidays. The scholarships are valued at $3,800 for the six-week research project.

Note- if you are interested in a project based at Monash University you must apply directly through the Monash University vacation research scholarship scheme. Applications for Monash projects close August 11, 2014.

Applications for projects based at other universities will open mid-August.

If you have any questions about our undergraduate summer research scholarships please contact Graduate Director- Dr. Melissa Hart

Summer 2014/15 projects

Based at UNSW

UNSW projects will be added early August.

Based at University of Tasmania

UTAS projects will be added early August.

Based at CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology

CSIRO/BoM projects will be added early August.

Based at University of Melbourne

UMelb projects will be added early August.

Based at the Australian National University

ANU projects will be added early August.

Based at Monash University

(Please apply for Monash based projects directly through the Monash University vacation research scholarship scheme. Applications for Monash projects close August 11, 2014.)

Details of projects undertaken during previous summers can be found here.

 

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