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Trinity College Theological School PhD Scholarships

Now open for applications (closes 15 November)

At Trinity College, we are deeply committed to our Anglican heritage. In support of our vision to be globally recognised as a leading theological education and research institution, two scholarships for full-time PhD candidates will be awarded for our Theological School. These transformational scholarships include course fees and a living allowance.

Eligibility
To be eligible, students must:

  • meet the academic requirements of the University of Divinity for admission into the PhD program
  • Select Trinity College as their College of Education.

Value and duration

  • Total value of $132,000
    • 100% fee remission for three years of a full-time doctorate degree valued at $51,000 plus a three-year living allowance worth $81,000

Special conditions

  • Scholarships cannot be deferred.
  • Scholarship recipients are required to meet the University of Divinity’s expectations for academic progress, relevant to the degree in which they are enrolled.

Closing date
15 November 2019

Enquiries
Contact tcts@trinity.edu.au

What next?
Applicants must follow the standard application process for pursuing a PhD degree at the University of Divinity.

Doctor of Philosophy  Doctor of Theology Other Trinity College Scholarships

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