2014 Benefits and Conditions for the Graduate Research Scholarships (APA, APA[I], IPRS, MRS, MIRS, MIFRS, FMS, HRS, Prestigious and Other Major Scholarships)

For a pdf version of the 2012 Benefits and Conditions, please click here. A pdf version of the 2014 Benefits and Conditions will be available soon.

1 Scholarships to which these conditions apply

2 How to apply

2.1 General requirements
2.2 Closing dates for scholarship applications

3 Eligibility for scholarship consideration
3.1 Citizenship requirements
3.2 Enrolment requirements
3.3 Academic requirements
3.4 Scholarships previously held or applied for
3.5 Concurrent awards, scholarships or salaries

4 Commencement requirements and payments
4.1 Commencement of scholarships
4.2 Payments

5 Duration of scholarships

6 Benefits
6.1 Living Allowance (ie. stipend)
6.2 Fee remission
6.3 Additional IPRS benefits (not available to MIFRS recipients)
6.4 Relocation grant
6.5 Thesis Allowance
6.6 Course (ie. tuition) fees
6.7 Voluntary Student Union (VSU) fees
6.8 Taxation and scholarships

7 Leave Arrangements

- Recreation Leave

- Unpaid Leave of Absence

- Sick Leave

- Maternity Leave

- Parenting Leave

- Family Leave

- Adoption Leave

- Jury Duty Leave

- Leave to study away

8 Residency

9 Transfers

10 Additional conditions
10.1 Australian Postgraduate Awards (Industry) [APA(I)]

11 Scholarships held by students enrolled on a part-time basis
11.1 Local students
11.2 International students

12 Termination of scholarships

13 Specific obligations of the University of Melbourne
13.1 Supervision
13.2 Administration
13.3 Appeals

14 Specific student obligations

15 Quick reference guide to acronyms & terminology

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