If you are an international student, you may be eligible for a range of scholarships or grants.
For details regarding fees and other information for local students, please visit the local students section of the Future Students website: http://futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/
For details regarding fees and other information for international students, please visit the international students section of the Future Students website: http://futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/info/international
For details regarding fees and other information for Indigenous students, please visit the Indigenous Students section of the Future Students website: http://futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/info/indigenous-students
The Melbourne Dental School offers two MDS Honours Scholarships of $5000 to be awarded on the basis of academic merit. MDS Honours Scholarship Application Form (PDF 35kb).
The Melbourne Dental School is a participant in the Oral Health Cooperative Research Centre. Through this relationship, high-achieving third year undergraduate students will be considered for scholarship support to assist with their honours studies. The Oral Health CRC offers a number of OH-CRC Honours Scholarships of $5000 to be awarded on the basis of academic merit. OH-CRC Honours Scholarship Application Form (PDF 35kb).
Summer Research Projects and Scholarships
- Oral Health CRC Research
- About Summer Research Projects & Scholarships(PDF 92KB)
- Summer Scholarship Application Form(PDF 99KB)
The Melbourne Dental School offers summer research projects for science and dental graduates. Selected students will have the opportunity to work closely with our researchers in our high-tech laboratories located at Bio21 Institute and the Melbourne Dental School. The research topic and the duration of the summer research project are negotiated with the supervisor.
As a first step towards post-graduate research training, this opportunity will enable students to:
- Familiarise themselves with the Melbourne Dental School state-of-the art research facilities
- Gain hands-on experience with the latest equipment
- Undertake a small project supervised by experienced team of scientists
Applicants should have recently completed the second or third year of the BSc/BBiomedSc. Students with an interest in the biological and physical sciences, are encouraged to apply. Applicants will be assessed on the basis of academic performance in their studies to-date.
Summer projects are offered for a 4-8 week period during December 2014 – February 2015, and provide financial support of up to $250 per week (maximum value of $2000).