Each year the School of Cybernetics in the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science (College) may offer up to 10 awards known as the FMK Supplementary Scholarship (Award).
Funding for this Award has been provided by the Florence Violet McKenzie Chair.
The Australian National University (ANU) College of Engineering and Computer Science is embarking on an ambitious agenda to reimagine engineering and computing to launch our society into the middle of the 21st Century. We are bringing non-traditional skills to engineering and computing to put people in the centre of delivering solutions to global challenges.
The Florence McKenzie Chair is part of this agenda and is proudly named in honour of Florence Violet McKenzie (née Wallace), Australia's first female electrical engineer. Florence McKenzie exemplifies the pioneering spirit and lifelong pursuit of inclusive use of technology in society this Chair represents, and we proudly acknowledge and celebrate Florence Violet McKenzie and her legacy.
The objective of this Award is to provide funding for outstanding domestic* or international† students to enable them to pursue a PhD program in the New Branch of Engineering developed by SOCY.
Payments made fortnightly
Payments made for program duration
Student typesDomestic, International, Current, Alumni
Student levelsPostgraduate research
Selection basesAcademic merit
Ongoing eligibilityContinuation based on academic performance
Extension duration6 month extension available.
The Award will be available each year to prospective and continuing domestic and international students who:
Value: The value of the Award will be stated in the letter of offer. The Award comprises two components:
There is no application as PhD candidates are automatically considered.