PhD scholarship in the field of minerals processing chemistry/chemical engineering

This scholarship requires a background in chemistry or chemical engineering. The scholarship will entail research into a crucial stage of a novel process aimed at producing nickel and cobalt, which are vital elements for electric car batteries

Scholarship stipend is for 3 years at $33,826 per annum - local and international applicants are welcome to apply. Fee waiver will be given to any successful international applicant.

$33,826 per annum for 3 years

Applications are now open.


One (1) scholarship available

H2A or higher in chemistry or chemical engineering

Email Dr Hamid Arandiyan ( directly your statement of interest, cover letter addressing the desirable criteria, CV and academic qualifications.

Further information is available on the How to apply web page.

This project would suit students with a strong interest in inorganic and/or physical chemistry.

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