New Delhi, 15 September 2021: The University of Queensland (UQ), a top 50 global university in Australia, and the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi), an Institution of global repute, have joined hands to create a joint PhD program that will support PhD scholars to deliver global impact.
The University of Queensland and Indian Institute of Technology Delhi Academy of Research (UQIDAR) has invited applications from exceptional candidates with backgrounds in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, humanities and social sciences, for PhD research projects commencing in January 2022.
It is anticipated that the majority of students (i-students) will be recruited into the joint-PhD program in Delhi, and there will be a small cohort of Australia-anchored scholars (q-students). i-students will spend 3 years in India and a minimum of one year in Australia while q-students will spend 3 years in Australia and one year in India.
PhD Scholars will gain a joint global qualification from two institutions (UQ and IITD) in 4 years and receive a generous scholarship;
Key Dates: Expressions of Interest are open from 13 September – 17 October 2021.
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Selection Process: If the candidates EOI is of interest, she/he will be invited to apply on the online applications portal between 13 September – 17 October 2021. At that time one needs to select projects of interest and supply official documentation including grade sheets and a Statement of Purpose that addresses the needs of your preferred project.
Interested applicants are invited to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) at
For exact eligibility criteria, how to apply and other details, candidates should refer the PhD Admission Notification, uploaded on the official website of University of Queensland & IIT Delhi Research Academy (UQIDAR).