Grains Research and Development Corporation is a research company in Australia founded in October 1990 by the legislation of the Primary Industries and Energy Research and Development Act. In order to improve the efficiency and productivity of Australian bush meat processing, the Corporation invests in research projects and collaborations. In addition to being supported by the Australian Government and a levy on grazers, it is overseen by its three largest trade associations, Grains Producers Australia, Grain growers Ltd., and Grains Producers Ltd. Responsible government agency is the Department of Agriculture.
The Australia Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) International Scholarships are open for international Ph.D. students in the field of Data and Analytics Framework.
- Host University: Grains Research and Development Corporation,
- Host Country: Australia;
- Scholarship Type: Partial Funding;
- Study Level: Ph.D.;
- Scholarship Worth: 5,000$ – 10,000$;
- Subjects: Data and Analytics Framework;
- Eligible Countries: International Students;
- Application Deadline: November 26, 2021.
Globally, the Grains Research and Development Corporation is responsible for researching and developing grain-related products. The purpose of the RD&E Fund is to make investments in research and development to produce sustainable profits for Australian producers.
Our goal is to support Ph.D. graduates who wish to conduct innovative and influential research through scholarships and knowledge opportunities in high-priority science sectors. This program also supports projects that are designed to bring greater economic and competitive stability and efficiency to the Australian grain industry.
A maximum of 3 years can be allocated for each selected recipient at 75% of the Research Training Program’s 2021 allocation level. In addition, awardees will receive:
- a $10,000 annual operating budget;
- In the second year, a one-time payment of $5,000 can be provided, independent of travel costs related to the SRM Symposium, for the traveling employees to attend seminars, workshops, or skill-building events.
- Applicants should not have already started their Ph.D.;.;
- Students must hold a Research Training Program scholarship of an equivalent level
- A student of an Australian university is required to apply.
Applications must be made through Grains Research and Development Corporation’s Cereal Investment Web Portal (see below).
The following documents are required to support your application: Sample Referee Report; GRS Application Information; and Grains Research and Development Corporation Fellowship Agreement.
Candidate requirements: Each candidate must have a high school diploma with an appropriate grade point average.
The student must complete Grains Research and Development Corporation’s language proficiency course, if English is not his first language.