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University College Postgraduate Research Top-Up Scholarship
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The scholarship is awarded automatically to APA, UCPRS and UPA award holders. IPRS or UIPA award holders will also receive a top-up should their living stipend be below the UCPRS amount.
The scholarship is available to students who are awarded a University College Postgraduate Research Scholarship (UCPRS); Australian Postgraduate Award (APA); or University Postgraduate Award (UPA) tenable at UNSW@ADFA.
A top-up of $1,200 per year is paid to all UCPRS award holders. Award holders in receipt of an APA or a UPA will also receive a top-up of $1,200 per year to bring them in line with the UCPRS. IPRS or UIPA award holders will also receive a top-up of up to $1,200 per year should their living stipend be below the UCPRS amount.
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