Scholarships


ANSTO offers access to a range of scholarships, awards, grants and prizes. Here you will find a list of scholarships. 

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United Uranium Scholarship  


The  United Uranium Trust Fund promotes and encourages scientific research and education in the field of atomic energy.

The scholarship is open to ‘promising young scientists’ in the field of nuclear energy who want to extend their development in nuclear science and technology and who work/study in an Australian organisation or institution. The applicant must also be an Australian citizen. 
 

The scholarship’s value
The recipient of the scholarship will receive up to the value of AUS$10,000 (2 scholarships are available). 


Application for the scholarship

Each applicant must lodge a completed application form, including the required attachments. For details and the criteria please see the guidelines

Closing date of entries for the 2015 scholarship is at 5pm (EST) on 12 May 2015
 
Previous winners
 
Previous winners have used the uranium scholarship to attend international schools and conferences. Read about the experience of Dr Chris Griffith:  
 
“The United Uranium scholarship enabled me to attend one of the first World Nuclear University meetings in Sweden in mid-2006. This was a fantastic opportunity which increased my knowledge across all aspects of the fuel cycle and directly benefited and influenced my research at that time.

This opportunity also enabled me to establish contacts with peers from countries across the globe, and backgrounds ranging from research to regulatory authorities to business analysis and development .

These contacts have been an invaluable source of information and counsel to me ever since, even after moving from nuclear waste clean-up research to applied contract research in the Minerals industry.”
 

 

Scholarship ANSTO French Embassy (SAFE) Program 


ANSTO and the French Embassy in Australia are supporting a scholarship program which aims to facilitate exchanges of students or young researchers living in France or Australia and working in the area of nuclear science and technology applied to LifeSciences. 

The duration of the visit can be between 2-8 months depending on the requirements of the hosting team, the project and other constraints related to overseas training. 

Applications for 2015 have now closed.