RMIT Vietnam, School of Science, Engineering & Technology PhD Scholarship in Electrical and Biomedical Engineering

This PhD scholarship covers your tuition fee for the duration of 3 years (Full time) study. You can travel to Melbourne meeting with Melbourne based supervisor(s) and using of lab equipment for your research.

This scholarship available to candidates through competitive scholarship rounds and awarded to successful applicants through a process that considers academic achievement and relevant research experience that includes the publication outputs.

The duration for this scholarship is 3 years full-time research and upon successful completion, the candidate will be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Electronics Engineering) by RMIT. 

Applications are now open.


There is no cap limit. The number of scholarships are granted by the successful applications.

You need to meet RMIT's entry requirements for PhD. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of a competitive selection process that ranks applicants according to their academic achievement, research outputs and relevant professional experience. 

Visit the RMIT Vietnam PhD programs web page.

Dr Stanley Luong

There are many fields that relate to this PhD project:

  1. Computer Vision / Augmented Computer Vision
  2. Machine Learning
  3. Electronics mini/micro portable devices design 
  4. UAV navigation and automation
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