Molecular Modelling of Sugar Chemistry Scholarships at University of Queensland – Australia, 2022

Molecular Modelling of Sugar Chemistry Scholarships at the University of Queensland – Australia, 2022 will be awarded to students interested in pursuing a degree program at the University.

Students interested in pursuing a degree program at the University of Queensland in Australia may apply for the 2022 Molecular Modelling of Sugar Chemistry Scholarships, which are worth $28,854 per year (2022 rate), a living stipend, and tuition fees.

This initiative is part of a new interdisciplinary research effort aimed at developing novel methods for producing rare sugar compounds. The student will use molecular modeling to describe a variety of reaction types in order to understand how to modify the reactions for more environmentally friendly and efficient laboratory synthesis.

Application Deadline: 25 July 2022

Eligible Countries: International

Type: Postgraduate research

Value of Award: $28,854

Number of Awards: Various

Eligible Field of Studies: Postgraduate research degree in Science and mathematics offered by the university

Eligibility: To be eligible for Molecular Modelling of Sugar Chemistry Scholarships, the applicants must meet all the following criteria:

  • Bachelor’s degree with honors class IIA or equivalent from an authorized institution; or
  • Master’s degree in coursework with a 5.65 overall grade point average on a 7-point UQ scale, with appropriate research experience, as authorized by the dean; or
  • On a case-by-case basis, a postgraduate degree (at least one year full-time or equivalent) with an overall grade point average of 5 on a 7-point UQ scale and demonstrable research experience equal to honours class IIA would be considered; alternatively
  • A bachelor’s degree plus at least two years of relevant research experience, including publications in peer-reviewed journals, is required.

Application Process: You have to take admission to the university. After that, to be considered for this scholarship, email the following documents to Associate Professor Elizabeth Krenske([email protected]).

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