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PhD Scholarship in Computational Soft Condensed Matter Physics in Australia – 2020/2021


Application for the PhD Scholarship in Computational Soft Condensed Matter Physics in Australia – 2020/2021. Entry is now open at the RMIT University in Australia.



The program is open for both Australian and international students, who want to study a PhD degree coursework for the academic year 2020/21. The university will provide the award amount of $5000 per year for 3 years.

RMIT University is a global research university based in Melbourne, Victoria. It has an enrolment of around 87,000 higher and vocational education students and aims to provide the best academic skills to succeed in their chosen career.

The Scholarships are one of the most prestigious scholarships in the world. The aim of the program is to create a global network of future leaders committed to improving the lives of others.



Scholars are selected on the following criteria:

  • Australian or international students
  • PhD degree in Computational Soft Condensed Matter Physics.
  • Have a first-class Honours Degree (or equivalent Masters by Research) in physics, applied mathematics, chemistry, engineering or a related discipline.
  • Be an Australian citizen, Australian Permanent Resident, or a self-funded international student.
  • be capable of and interested in using theoretical and computational methods to solve soft condensed matter problems
  • preferably possess strong background knowledge in thermal and statistical physics
  • Candidates must have a grade academic achievement of 70% or higher and a high distinction is 80% or higher.
  • International applicants who have completed studies overseas are required to provide current evidence of English language proficiency through one of the following: an accepted English language proficiency test, an accepted English language provider and a recognised qualification.


  • For being a part of this program, claimants are required to be registered as a PhD degree student at the university. After taking confirmation, seekers need to contact Professor Peter Daivis.

Application must include:

  • Copy of your passport if available English translations of all documents, syllabus (if applying for credit), resume or curriculum vitae (CV), personal statement, references from employers, Letter from scholarship provider, research proposal with two research supervisors names and list of prior research publications for Master by research and PhD program applications must be submitted.
  • Applications are now open.

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