Deakin recognises students with consistently high academic performance and the potential to make a leading contribution to the university and its communities.
Unsuccessful applicants of the Deakin Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship will automatically be considered for the Deakin International Scholarship.
- All of your student contributions (tuition fees) or 50% of your student contributions (tuition fees)
- Participation in the Vice-Chancellor’s Professional Excellence Program
- Priority place for on-campus accommodation (at own cost and subject to availability)
Normal course duration
The scholarship will be available for students commencing studies from 2016 onwards.
Selection of successful applicants for the fixed number of scholarships will be competitive, and may require scores above the stated minimum requirements.
- be a prospective international student for a coursework degree at Deakin University
- be eligible to study at Deakin University
- not have accepted any other Deakin scholarship or bursary
- have achieved an 85% average (or equivalent) in previous studies.
All criteria must be met.
How to apply
Complete the Deakin International Scholarship Program application form (PDF, 536KB).
Email your completed form to
You are required to submit:
- a completed Deakin International Scholarship Program application form (PDF, 536KB)
- a personal statement (300 words)
- a completed application to study at Deakin including academic transcripts.Your personal statement must be written by you and reflect your personal views. It should contain:
- an outline of why you want to study at Deakin University
- an overview of any extracurricular activities and work experience (paid or voluntary) you have undertaken
- why you think you would make an outstanding ambassador for Deakin University
- any other information that will assist your application.
You may also be asked to attend an interview.
How to write a successful scholarship application
Applying for a scholarship isn’t just about meeting the eligibility criteria. It’s a good idea to think about why you want a scholarship, how it will help you and what you have to offer the Deakin community.
Finding out if you’re successful
Deakin International will contact successful applicants within six weeks of application.
As scholarships are subject to international quotas, students are advised to submit their application early to increase the chance of success.
Please contact the Deakin International Admissions office.
Email Deakin International Admissions
For more information, please visit: www.deakin.edu.au.
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