Multiple full and top-up scholarships are now available through the Future Fuels CRC’s (FFCRC) scholarship program.
The FFCRC is focused on enabling the decarbonisation of Australia’s energy networks, working in collaboration with its partners across the industrial, academic and political sectors.
Candidates in the program will be trained to undertake industry-relevant research into the technical, regulatory and social challenges facing the future energy sector, with opportunities open to both new graduates and experienced professionals already in the workforce.
FFCRC said its scholarship program fosters the movement of research-trained personnel into industry positions where their expertise and training can be used in a professional sense.
FFCRC is comprises three areas of research, with potential candidates encouraged to consider a topic that sits within the CRC’s established priorities:
- future fuel technologies, systems and markets
- social acceptance, public safety and security of supply
- network lifecycle management.
Each program is managed by a Research Program Coordinator, with programs administered locally through university partners including RMIT University, the University of Queensland and the University of Melbourne.
For more information visit the Future Fuels CRC website.
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