James Rice Postgraduate Award

Australian National University (ANU)

The scholarship is named in memory of the late James Rice, formerly of Alice Springs. It is intended to attract Australian or international students to pursue postgraduate research for a PhD degree at the John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR) in a field broadly related to Multiple Sclerosis.


Applicants must: be Australian and New Zealand citizens, or permanent residents, or international students; and be undertaking PhD research in the field of Multiple Sclerosis.

Further details

Before lodging their application, applicants are encouraged to make contact with the relevant Convenor or a prospective supervisor to discuss the proposed research topic. Applications close 31 August for international students, and 31 October for domestic students.

Amount $27,082

The scholarship is valued at $27,082 per year for 3 years full-time with a possible 6-month extension.

Closing date End August; End October
Number per year 1
Frequency Annual
Duration years
Student type Australian and New Zealand
Gender Co-Ed
For Australian students
For international students
Level of study Postgraduate
Field of studys Medicine
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