AMGA Postgraduate Mushroom Research Scholarship for MPhil or PhD

In order to promote postgraduate research into mushroom biology at the University of Sydney, a scholarship is available to provide stipend support for graduate students (Ph.D. or M. Phil.) working in the field of button mushroom biology. The scholarship is sponsored by the Australian Mushroom Growers Association and will provide an award of $5000 per year to the successful applicant for up to three years, subject to satisfactory progress.

The scholarship may be awarded as a stipend top-up scholarship combined with e.g. an Australian Postgraduate Award (APA), or it may be used to provide stipend support for an otherwise unsupported student from Australia or overseas. Applicants will be considered who are conducting research into any approved aspect of button mushroom biology, focusing on button mushroom growing, harvesting, or applications, and will be selected by the University following the normal admission procedures.

In order to promote postgraduate research into mushroom biology at the University of Sydney, a scholarship is available to provide stipend support for graduate students (Ph.D. or M. Phil.) working in the field of button mushroom biology. The scholarship is sponsored by the Australian Mushroom Growers Association and will provide an award of $5000 per year to the successful applicant for up to three years, subject to satisfactory progress.

The scholarship may be awarded as a stipend top-up scholarship combined with e.g. an Australian Postgraduate Award (APA), or it may be used to provide stipend support for an otherwise unsupported student from Australia or overseas. Applicants will be considered who are conducting research into any approved aspect of button mushroom biology, focusing on button mushroom growing, harvesting, or applications, and will be selected by the University following the normal admission procedures.

 

Contact: Michael Kertesz  – More about the scholarship here