Applicants should hold an Honours or Master’s degree in Physics or equivalent discipline. Interested applicants must meet Monash University's PhD entry requirements and may apply for scholarships. Scholarships cover tuition and health insurance costs (for international candidates) and provide a living stipend of AU$27,353 per year (View Website), which can be increased to AU$32,000 with a J.L. Williams top-up scholarship (View Website).
If you have any questions, please contact Dr Marcus Kitchen ([email protected]).
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