The Endeavour Postgraduate Award aims to:

We are seeking expressions of interest for Phd Studentships in the field of Wireless Sensor Networks. A selected candidate will be supported by both CSIRO and one of the two main Brisbane-based Universities (University of Queensland and Queensland University of Technology) for applying for an Endeavour Postgraduate Award, offered by the Australian Government.

Endeavour Postgraduate Awards (Masters degree or PhD)

 (Endeavour Postgraduate Award ศึกษาต่อที่ University of Technology Sydney)

(Endeavour Postgraduate Award ศึกษาต่อที่ The University of Sydney)


Anh-Vu Vo obtained his bachelor’s degree in Civil and Structural Engineering from the University of Architecture in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam in 2009. Since graduation, he has served as an assistant lecturer in University of Architecture, Vietnam. In 2011, Vu received an Endeavour Postgraduate Award from the Australian Government to undertake his master’s study in Structural Engineering at the University of Melbourne.

(Endeavour Postgraduate Award ศึกษาต่อที่ Macquarie University)

Ly Phan is currently a PhD Candidate at the Department of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Sydney. She holds a Bachelor degree in Vietnam and a Master degree from the University of Washington, United States, both in Sociology. Before continuing her PhD education, she had been working as a researcher at the Institute of Sociology in Vietnam. She is also an Endeavour Postgraduate Award holder and a Harvard-Yenching alumna.

Ly’s research interests include demography, gender equality, population, migration and urbanization in Vietnam and Southeast Asian region. She is working on her thesis, “Women’s Empowerment and Fertility Changes in Southeast Asia”, which focuses on how women’s empowerment indicators affect their fertility decision, and consequently to the amazing fertility decline in Southeast Asia. She uses large-scale Demographic and Health Surveys data sets in her analysis with a focus on quantitative methods.

(Endeavour Postgraduate Award ศึกษาต่อที่ The University of Melbourne)
The Endeavour Postgraduate Awards provide full financial support for international students for 2 to 3.5 years to undertake a postgraduate qualification at a Masters or PhD level either by coursework or research in any field of study in Australia.1. Endeavour Postgraduate Awards
-International (Asia-Pacific and Middle East; The Americas and Caribbean) applicants only
-Postgraduate study/research for an Australian Masters degree or PhD
-Up to 2 years for a Masters; Up to 4 years for a PhD
-Up to $228,500 (PhD) and $118,500 (Masters) in total
-Health and travel insurance will be provided.The Endeavour Postgraduate Awards provide full financial support for international students to undertake a postgraduate qualification at a Masters (up to 2 years) or PhD level (up to 4 years) either by coursework or research in any field of study in Australia.Scholarship Description: The Endeavour Postgraduate Award provides financial support for international students for up to 4 years to undertake a postgraduate qualification at a Master’s or PhD level either by coursework or research in any field of study in Australia. The Endeavour Postgraduate Award aims to:
-enable high achieving international students to undertake a postgraduate qualification either by coursework or research in their chosen fields of study in Australia
-strengthen bilateral ties between Australia and the participating countries
-showcase Australia’s education sector
-strengthen mutual understanding between the people of Australia and Award Holders’ home countries, and
-build international linkages and networks.
(Endeavour Postgraduate Award ศึกษาต่อที่ The University of New South Wales)

ENDEAVOUR POSTGRADUATE AWARD FLYER About the Endeavour Awards

To be considered for a 2012 Endeavour Postgraduate Award, applicants must complete an online application and attach the supporting documentation as listed in the guidelines (link found below).

(Endeavour Postgraduate Award ศึกษาต่อที่ Australian National University)

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Tanjina Khan is an Architect and full time Lecturer of the department of Architecture, BRAC University, Bangladesh. After successfully completing her bachelor degree in Architecture from BRAC University where she received 'Vice Chancellor’s GOLD Medal’ for achieving the highest CGPA, she started her career at a well reputed architecture firm in Dhaka as an architect and urban designer. Then she decided to focus in teaching and joined North South University, Bangladesh in the department of Architecture and eventually joined BRAC university with an intension to research and teaching. Tanjina was awarded 'Endeavour Postgraduate Award' funded by Australian Government for her dual Masters degree from University of Sydney, Australia in 'Sustainable Design and Building Services'. In addition to teaching, Tanjina is a free lancer architect and an enthusiastic traveler and cultural person. She attended various design competition project, conference and seminars.

(Endeavour Postgraduate Award ศึกษาต่อที่ The University of Melbourne)

Endeavour Postgraduate Award; AISRF Grand Challenge Project

The Endeavour Postgraduate Award provides financial support for international students for up to 4 years to undertake a postgraduate qualification at a Masters or PhD level either by coursework or in any field of study in .