Funded PhD opportunities
View the range of funded study opportunities available to postgraduate students in the School of Chemical and Physical Sciences.
Potential research projects for postgraduate students
The School of Chemical and Physical Sciences offers support and funding to PhD candidates who wish to study in a range of areas. Read about the positions available—who you could work with, how much money you could receive, and how to apply.
Compare at a glance
|Research title||Funding information||Requirements|
|Optics-based distributed magnetic field and temperature sensor||A stipend of $22,000 per year, as well as payment of all university tuition fees||A degree in Physics with high grades|
|Spectroscopy and device physics of molecular semiconductors for next generation organic solar cells||Stipend of $33,000 per year plus the PhD tuition for three years||1st class Honours or MSc or postgraduate diploma in Chemistry, Physics, Materials Science, or Experimental Physics.|
|Ultra high density 3D fluorescent optical memory||Stipend of $33,000 per year for 3 years, as well as payment of all university tuition fees||A degree equivalent to the 4-year Physics (Honours) degree in New Zealand, with 1st class Honours, or an MSc or postgraduate diploma with high grades|
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Along with the funded research opportunities listed here, there are some scholarships offered by the University that may be suitable for postgraduate students studying Chemistry or Physics.
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