Applications open for PhD student jointly supervised by 2016 Nobel Prize laureate Prof J. Fraser Stoddart! An impressive $40,000 tax-free stipend each year + tuition fees + travel. For details and to apply, see here.

We currently have funding for international or domestic PhD stipends!

PhD projects will involve the design and synthesis of molecular machines with function and properties that are controlled by light. For example, developing organic molecules that capable of controlled motion, powered and directed by visible light. The deadline for the next round of applications is 11th January 2019 to start Term 2 (June) or Term 3 (September), and the round after that closes 3rd May 2019 (to start T3, 2019). Please email Dr Beves for details.

You can test your eligibility to enrol in the PhD program at UNSW here. The program code for PhD in chemistry is 1870.

We are ALWAYS seeking Honours, MPhil, MSc and PhD students, or post-graduate student visitors! If you are interested in working with us please email Dr Beves directly with your CV and the names of two referees. Australian and International students are very welcome.

Tuition scholarships and stipends are available through competitive schemes, including:

Research Training Program (RTP)  – previously called  Australian Postgraduate Awards (APA) (Australian MSc and PhD students)

International Research Training Program (RTP) – previously called International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS) closes 11th October for S1 2018.

Endeavour Scholarships (PhD stipends for international students)

China Scholarships Council (PhD stipends for Chinese students, short stays)

Indonesia Joint Scholarship Program (PhD stipends for Indonesian students)

Australia Awards (International students from developing countries)

UNSW Scholarships and top-ups (Local schemes for small contributions for post-graduate students)

CSIRO Postgraduate Scholarships (Australian PhD students)

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Research Grants  (PhD stipends, short stays for PhD students)

Swiss National Science Foundation (short stays for PhD students, Post-doc Fellowships)

Marie Curie out-going Fellowships (EU citizens only, short stays, post-doc fellowships)

Unfortunately, we do NOT currently have any funding for post-docs. If you are able to apply for a suitable Fellowship, please contact me but otherwise check back here in future!