Led by the University of Sydney, CUAVA aims to train the next generation of workers in cutting-edge advanced manufacturing, entrepreneurship and commercial space and UAV applications.
The centre is providing a number of scholarships for outstanding PhD scholars within the Faculties of Science or Engineering and Information Technologies where the focus of their research is aligned with the centre's projects.
In addition to independent research, a PhD with CUAVA incorporates:
The scholarships are available to support the living costs of students while completing their studies.
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For information on how to apply for a PhD at Sydney.
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