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.
This Scholarship is to encourage international practicing artists and designers to undertake study at UNSW Art & Design.
Deadline: 31 October
Amount: $5,000 (paid in two instalments)
Tenure: Duration of the program
Full-time Masters (by Coursework) students studying at UNSW Art & Design
Citizen of an overseas country, excluding New Zealand, and not normally reside in Australia.
Selection will be based on academic merit, reasons for undertaking the current and/or proposed study, interview performance if required, and the relevance of his/her participation in study at UNSW Art & Design to its international projects and programs.
All applicants must provide a written personal statement that addresses the selection criteria to support their application. Additional supporting documentation can also be attached.
The MBA (Advanced) International Student Scholarship has been developed by Curtin Graduate School of Business to encourage and support international students who have chosen to study the two year Master of Business Administration (Advanced) as full-time onshore international students at the Curtin Graduate School of Business (CGSB).
Curtin Business School
The MBA (Advanced) International Student Scholarship will provide the following support for the expected duration of the MBA (Advanced) for up to a maximum of 2 years (based on a full-time study load of 75 credits each trimester):
A total maximum value of $20,000, paid as $1,250 towards the tuition fees of each unit for students completing the 16 units MBA (Advanced) Program
A total maximum value of $15,000, paid as $1,250 towards the tuition fees of each unit for students who commence the MBA (Advanced) Program after completing a Graduate Certificate in Business and who are required to complete the remaining 12 units of the MBA (Advanced) Program.
The contribution toward student fees will be paid directly to the student fee account at the census date relevant to each enrolled study period and cannot be used for any other purpose.
The UQ Graduate School Scholarship (UQGSS) rounds award scholarships to domestic and international students.
Students will be awarded either an Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship or a UQ funded scholarship via a competitive scholarship round twice per year.
These provide a living allowance and a tuition fee offset. For international applicants who will study in Australia on a student visa, the scholarship also includes an allowance for single overseas student health cover.
To be eligible you must:
Be studying full-time and onshore in Australia.
Be nominated by an enrolling school or institute at UQ.
Be assessed by the Graduate School as meeting all conditions for admission to the research higher degree program.
Not hold a qualification at the same or a higher level than the research higher degree program you are undertaking.
Not be receiving a living allowance award, scholarship or salary providing a benefit greater than 75% of the RTP Scholarship living allowance rate to undertake the research higher degree program.
Not be receiving a Commonwealth funded tuition fee scholarship.
For more information about the entry requirements for Higher Degrees by Research at UQ, please visit the Graduate School’s website.
See the terms and conditions for more information.
Scholarships are available for outstanding international students in undergraduate or postgraduate coursework programs in science at UQ.
Two different scholarships are available:
The Full Degree Scholarship is awarded to students enrolling in year one of a UQ Faculty of Science full degree program and is a single payment of AU$10,000
The Advanced Standing Scholarship is awarded to students enrolling in a UQ Faculty of Science program with advanced standing (credit articulation), for example on the basis of previous study at a Polytechnic, and is a single payment of AU$3,000.
Following the closing date, UQ will select winners based on a competitive, merit-based process, based on:
Candidates’ academic performance as demonstrated by their Grade Point Averages (GPA)
Candidates’ potential to contribute to science, assessed on the basis of their personal statements
The Australian National University Excellence Scholarship is available exclusively to international students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Numerous scholarships are now available to select students who have RECEIVED a conditional offer or full offer to study at the full-time ANU College of Engineering & Computer Sciences and Joint College of Science programs open for commencement in semester 2 2018 – Undergraduate and postgraduate programs
These scholarships are competitive, and are based on academic merit. Applicants for the ANU Excellence Scholarships will be judged by a panel of the world’s top researchers and academics from ANU
The award is available each year to a prospective ANU student who:
Is an International student as defined under the terms of the Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000;
Has achieved at an excellent level in their final years of schooling, demonstrated by excellent results in their secondary studies qualification or undergraduate degree;
Has accepted a full or conditional offer of admission to study at the ANU in Semester 2, 2018. Applicants can choose to await the results of this scholarship before deciding to accept their admissions offer
There shall be 5 scholarships available for the 2018 intake for new international students’ from Indonesia known as the ANU-Study Canberra Indonesia Scholarship. All scholarships will be available to undergraduate students (2 in semester 1 and 3 in semester 2). The Scholarships are highly competitive and shall be offered to successful applicants who have achieved at an excellent level in their final years of schooling in Indonesia.
The Scholarship shall be available for an applicant who:
is an international student;
is a citizen of Indonesia, with most recent study completed in Indonesia prior to commencing their ANU program;
is enrolling in the first year of a single, or double, undergraduate program in 2018;
has achieved excellent results in their secondary studies qualification; and
has applied, and received an unconditional offer for admission to the Australian National University by the date advertised on the University website;
Selection will be based on academic merit and scholarship application.
The Merit International Postgraduate Scholarship is offered to international students who can demonstrate high levels of academic achievement and English competency in their previous studies and who wish to study a postgraduate course offered by ECU. The scholarship offers a 10% reduction in your tuition fees for the duration of your course at ECU. To be eligible you will need to pre-apply for the scholarship before applying for your course.
At a glance
You must not be a current ECU student to apply for this scholarship.
In order to apply for this scholarship, you must not have a course application in the ECU system.
The University may award Full Fee Scholarships to outstanding international students from any country to undertake postgraduate research.
Benefits are payment of full tuition fees for two years for a Masters degree by Research and three years for a Doctoral research degree (an extension is possible for doctoral programs only). No other allowances are provided.
Applicants must be nominated by their Principal Supervisor and Executive Dean.
Full fee scholarships will ONLY be allocated to international students who have been previously awarded a stipend by the host School, Faculty, or Research Institute. Full fee scholarships will not be awarded to individual “privately sponsored students” nor will they be granted to students supported by stipends provided to a sole individual without a formal agreement between the University and the Sponsor. This requirement shall not apply to students nominated in grant applications made to recognised funding bodies where a formal application is subject to peer review. Students in receipt of overseas government funding will be deemed ineligible for a fee waiver unless a Memorandum of Understanding exists between the University and the Sponsor to cover such awards.
Applicants must also meet the minimum English Language Proficiency requirements for direct entry to their academic program, hold at least the equivalent of an Australian First Class Honours degree, and rank competitively against successful applicants in the current International Scholarship Order of Merit list.