Melbourne Scholarships

Sheppard M Lowe Scholarship

The Sheppard M. Lowe Scholarship was established with a bequest by the late Sheppard Millar Lowe.

The scholarship is awarded to students undertaking a graduate research degree in the field of diabetes mellitus.

See University's Trust Record for more detailed information.

This scholarship is one of several trust-funded scholarships available through the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences for students who have applied for, or are enrolled in a graduate research degree of the faculty.


Benefits

The duration of the scholarship is up to 1 year. The scholarship provides a fortnightly allowance of approximately $13,862 per year (pro rata).

Eligibility

To be considered for this scholarship, you must:

  • be applying for or enrolled in a graduate research degree in the Faculty of Medicine,Dentistry and Health Sciences, and conducting a research related to diabetes mellitus.
  • satisfy the faculty's eligibility standards for course and scholarship.

Application

Future graduate research students of the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences must complete an online application for course.

Students who are currently enrolled in the research degree for which they seek the scholarship must complete an online application for Graduate Research Scholarships. You are not required to list the trust scholarship(s) for which you are applying.

Recipients of trust funded scholarships are required to reapply annually (by 31 October) or their scholarship funding will cease.

Selection

Eligible candidates are selected by the Faculty Research Training Committee on the basis of academic merit and the terms of the trust.

Outcome

Successful candidates will be advised of the outcome of their application according to the Faculty's published timelines.

More information

This scholarship is subject to the MDHS Graduate Research Trust Scholarships Terms and Conditions.

If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact us

Past recipients of this scholarship.

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