The MBA International Student Scholarship has been developed by Curtin Graduate School of Business to encourage and support students who have chosen to study the Master of Business Administration (MBA) as full-time students at Curtin Graduate School of Business (CGSB).
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The MBA International Student Scholarship will provide the following support for the expected duration of the (MBA) for up to a maximum of 1.5 years (based on a full-time study load of 75 credits each trimester):
A total maximum value of $15,000, paid as $1,250 towards the tuition fees of each unit for students completing the 12 units MBA Program
A total maximum value of $10,000, paid as $1,250 towards the tuition fees of each unit for students who commence the MBA Program after completing a Graduate Certificate in Business and who are required to complete the remaining 8 units of the MBA Program.
The Diversity Excellence Scholarships reflect our commitment to promoting diversity within the MBA classroom and seeking out excellence in candidates who come from a range of backgrounds.
Award: from $50,000 (towards tuition)
Open to: Full-time MBA candidates
Application: All successful full-time MBA candidates are automatically considered for this award and candidates will be notified of any scholarship support at the time of their application outcome.
Generous scholarships are available to support your full-time study for an MBA at Melbourne Business School (MBS). All full-time MBA students are automatically considered for scholarship support – when you are accepted into the MBA program, we will let you know of any scholarship support and if additional documentation is required.
Competition for scholarship support is intense – you should not apply for the full-time MBA program unless you are able to be entirely self-funding.
An RTPi scholarship will cover your tuition fees and your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), and provide a stipend (living allowance), but will not pay for travel expenses. A thesis allowance is funded to cover the cost of printing and binding the thesis.
More information on the Research Training Program can be found here.
University President’s Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit.
A UPS will cover tuition fees and Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC). The living allowance must be provided by the University of South Australia centre, school, division where an applicant has applied. The minimum rate is the RTP Stipend base rate. In some cases, the living allowance may be provided by a sponsor or external funding provider.
The benefits and conditions are based on those applicable to the RTPi scholarship; however, they may be amended depending on the source of the living allowance; any offer made will detail the benefits and conditions that apply.
Travel expenses are not covered by the scholarship.
Benefits and conditions
The UPS scholarship benefits and conditions will be sent with an offer of scholarship and you should read them carefully prior to signing an acceptance form. These Scholarship Benefits and Conditions – International Research Degree Students (PDF file, 375 kb) apply to all people who accept offers from the University of South Australia for the RTP International scholarship or UniSA President’s scholarship.
You must have a University of South Australia supervisorwilling to nominate you for consideration and outstanding academic records, and be a citizen of an overseas country eligible for entry to Australia for the time required to complete the research degree. UPS are nearly always given to doctorate by research candidates but can be given to masters by research candidates in some cases. These scholarships can only be taken at this university.
Macquarie University’s International College (MUIC) is our preferred pathway for international students seeking alternative entry into our undergraduate degrees.
Macquarie University International College Scholarship has been developed while understanding the complexity an international student would face in deciding to further their education in Australia, in the area of Science, Technology, Engineering, Media and Arts.
Through the scholarship, students would now have the opportunity to bridge the gap between their secondary school education and university studies right on the Macquarie University campus.
What does the Macquarie University International College Scholarship cover?
Under this scholarship, Macquarie University International College will provide AU$3,000 to each successful student, which will be an once-off payment applied towards the student’s college tuition fee.
The Macquarie University International College Scholarship do NOT provide financial support in the form of a living allowance, nor does it provide for the cost of visa application, Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), airfares, accommodation, conferences or other costs associated with study. This scholarship is not available to students studying at Macquarie City Campus or the Sydney Institute of Business & Technology (SIBT).
The Macquarie University International College Scholarship is a single scholarship and not available to be renewed.
To celebrate the opening of CSU’s new campus in Port Macquarie to international students, CSU offers a number of $5,000 and $10,000 tuition fee scholarships to new commencing international students enrolled in courses offered on Port Macquarie campus in Session 1, 2018.
Commencing full-time international students in either session one, February 2018 or session two July 2018.
CAMPUS: Port Macquarie
MUST BE STUDYING IN:
Bachelor of Accounting
Bachelor of Applied Science (Outdoor Recreation and Ecotourism)
Bachelor of Business Studies
Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design)
Bachelor of Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Environmental Science Management
Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science (With Specialisations)
Bachelor of Medical Radiations Science (With Specialisations)
Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Bachelor of Psychology
Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology)
Bachelor of Social Work (TAFE integrated)
Master of Customs Administration
Master of Professional Accounting
Master of Information Technology
Applicant must be an international applicant for a course offered at Port Macquarie Campus for 201830 (February) or 201860 (July) sessions. International Exchange and Study Abroad applicants are not eligible for this scholarship.
Provide evidence of:
High Academic achievements 75% or GPA 5/7 or 3/4 or equivalent.
Community involvement and desire to be involved in the CSU Port Macquarie Community (1000 word essay).
Applicant must hold an unconditional offer* for a CSU course, delivered at CSU Port Macquarie.
* Unconditional offer means that the applicant has met all of the conditions of their conditional offer including meeting the English Language Proficiency requirements, providing certified documentation, and passing the Genuine Temporary Entrant checks, etc. Please Note: For many countries applicants will be required to apply for admissions via an approved CSU Education Agent. Please see the list of approved CSU Agents
This Scholarship was established by UTS to attract top achieving commencing international students who are completing the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma qualification from South East Asia, and are enrolling in an undergraduate program at UTS in Sydney.
Please read the Conditions of Award for full details of the Scholarship.
Who is eligible?
To be eligible to apply for the Scholarship, an applicant must meet all of the following criteria:
Must be a citizen of a country in the South East Asia Region (Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar [Burma], Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam); and
Must be an international student (not an Australian citizen, New Zealand citizen or permanent resident of Australia); and
Must be completing or have completed an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma from the South East Asia Region (Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar [Burma], Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam); and
Meet the UTS admission criteria for the selected UTS undergraduate degree course; and
Must be expecting or have obtained an aggregate score including bonus and penalty points of 28 or above in their International Baccalaureate (IB);
Completed the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma no longer than 1 year prior to commencing at UTS, and be admitted based on this qualification to UTS; and
All candidates must apply using the UTS online Scholarships application form to be eligible.
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence and research potential to local and international candidates undertaking a research doctoral degree.
The Vice-Chancellor’s PhD Scholarships (VCPS) are funded by RMIT University.
Value and duration
The VCPS provides the following benefits to recipients:
a stipend of $42,384.50 per annum pro rata (full-time study) which represents a generous RMIT top up of approximately $15,000 above the RTP rate
a research support allowance of $5,000 per annum to support research activities
a HDR publication award of $10,000 (payable on thesis submission). Candidates must submit their thesis within three and a half years (or equivalent part-time) to be eligible for award
a relocation allowance for the cost of relocating in order to take up their postgraduate research program, up to $515 per adult and $255 per child to a maximum of $1,540
paid sick, maternity and parenting leave (within the limits of the Scholarship Terms and Conditions).
If you are a local candidate, you will also receive a government-funded Research Training Program (RTP) place or equivalent. An RTP place is supported with a HECS exemption for the standard duration of the course. Applicants successful in receiving an RTP place are not required to pay tuition fees for the maximum duration of their candidature.