Approximately 10 scholarships, valued at $12,000 to $25,000 each over eight academic terms, are awarded to incoming undergraduate students enrolled in any program in the Faculty of Mathematics (excluding Software Engineering and Computing and Financial Management).
These scholarships are open to international students studying on a study permit only. Payments beyond Year One are dependent on the student maintaining an overall academic average of 80% or greater and continued enrolment in an approved program. The typical candidate will have a distinguished academic standing, especially in mathematics, as well as a record of accomplishments in mathematics and/or computer science contests throughout high school.
Candidates will also be expected to demonstrate interest in mathematics or computer science beyond standard course requirements, including activities such as active membership in math or computer science clubs, enriched mathematics studies, employment/voluntary experiences, or hobbies. Participation and achievement in student government, athletics, music, art, etc. are also considered.
The Australian National University recognises the value of sporting excellence, and is proud to provide the opportunity for emerging athletes and talented sportspeople to access financial assistance to promote success in their academic and athletic goals. This scholarship aims to attract talented and emerging athletes to study at the ANU, and to support the development of community and sport leaders for the future.
This scholarship is open to all new students to the ANU, who can demonstrate a history of or potential for sporting excellence, supported by an affiliated club or sporting organisation. Undergraduate, postgraduate coursework or higher degree research program students, as well as both domestic and international students, are welcome to apply.
The award is available each year to a prospective ANU student who:
Is a domestic or international student; and
Is enrolled or enrolling in an undergraduate degree or postgraduate coursework or Higher Degree Research program at ANU; and
can demonstrate a potential for, or history of, excellence in athletic performance.
Awardees will be welcomed into the vibrant, supportive and thriving community that is based at the ANU, and be placed in an excellent position to balance their educational and sporting pursuits.
Each year the ANU offers a number of scholarships to students commencing an Honours year.
Field of study
Honours in any field
You should be intending to enrol full-time at this University in the Honours Year of a program of study leading to the award of the degree of Bachelor with Honours or
In the final year of a program of study leading to the award of the degree of Bachelor with Honours where the honours component is an integral part of the final year (that is, Law, Engineering, Visual Arts and Music).
You must contact the relevant Honours Convenor for your discipline in your College.
You need to establish that you have (or will have) the academic qualifications for entry into Honours and that the required resources will be available to you.
We understand that your entry into Honours may not be finalised at this stage. You do not need to wait for results before lodging an application. If you lodge an application and later become ineligible for Honours, your application will be disregarded.
With the approval of the relevant College, you may commence the Honours Program in either first or second semester of the academic year.
International students are eligible to apply for ANU Honours Scholarships.
There are up to two awards available each year known as the ANU PBSA Partnership – Spotless Scholarship to support ANU students undertaking a research project in Sustainability, Facilities Management, Asset Management or a related field.
Funding for this award has been provided by Spotless under the PBSA ANU Partnership. Spotless is an Australian listed company that provides Integrated Facilities Management Services. In December 2016 Spotless entered into a 30 year partnership with HRL Morrison and Co and the ANU to manage on campus Purpose Built Student Accommodation (PBSA).
Field of study
Sustainability, Facilities Management, Asset Management or a related field.
The award is available each year to a prospective or continuing ANU student who is:
a domestic or an international student;
enrolling in an Honours year;
undertaking an honours project that aligns with Spotless’ interests of sustainability, facilities management, asset management or a closely related field.
Selection is made on the basis of academic merit and the relevance of the proposal to contribute to the relevant fields of study (i.e. Sustainability, Facilities Management, Asset Management or related fields). The successful proposal will provide a relevant contribution to improve the efficiency or performance of the built environment at the ANU.
Each year the ANU School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics in the ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences may award a scholarship, known as the Tall Foundation Scholarship in Classics, to an Honours IV student.
The donors of the Tall Foundation Scholarship in Classics are ANU alumni with broad interests in Classics and Ancient History. Through the awarding of the Scholarship, the donors hope to encourage and inspire students to undertake additional study and research in the fields of Classics and Ancient History.
Field of study
Classics and Ancient history
The Scholarship shall be available to Honours students in the College.
The Scholarship is aimed at students who will be commencing an Honours program and shall be available to:
domestic and international students;
students who meet the entry requirements for an Honours program in the College; and
students undertaking a program of study leading to the award of the degree with Honours in one of the following programs offered by the College:
RMIT International Excellence Scholarship provides financial assistance to international students commencing an RMIT program in 2019
Value and duration
20% tuition fee reduction for the entire program duration.
In order to qualify for this scholarship you must:
have a minimum GPA of 70%, or equivalent in your last qualification completed
provide either a personal statement (approx. 300 words) or a 60-90 seconds video. Please introduce yourself, explain why you think you deserve the scholarship and tell us why you would be the perfect RMIT Ambassador
have a full offer and enrol in one of the following programs at RMIT, commencing in Semester 1 or Semester 2, 2019:
Bond University offers high academic achievers who are living outside of Australia and applying to study at an undergraduate level, with tuition remission scholarships. Undergraduate Excellence Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence and are a testament to Bond University’s commitment to quality and outstanding international students.
Academic scholarships are available to first year applicants and transfer students seeking an associate or a bachelor degree. All awards are renewable yearly based on satisfactory academic achievement and good standing at the University of Bridgeport. All incoming undergraduate international students are automatically considered for these scholarship awards once all application materials are received by the specified deadlines:
Spring deadline: December 1
Fall deadline: July 15
Academic scholarships range from $11,000 to $17,000 per academic year, and are based on academic excellence and English proficiency. No separate application form is required to be considered for these scholarships.
Trustee Scholarship $17,000
Presidential Scholarship $15,000
Academic Scholarship $11,000
Music Scholarship Varies
Athletic Scholarship** Varies
Design Scholarship Varies (Applicant must present portfolio)Note: Students who receive partial scholarships are required to pay the remaining costs, not covered by their scholarships, upon their arrival to the University of Bridgeport.
Newcastle University is pleased to offer 200 partial Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships (VCIS) to assist international students to study an undergraduate degree or postgraduate Master’s degree.
To be considered for an award, you must:
be a national of one of the following countries: India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand or Vietnam.
have been offered a place to study on an eligible undergraduate or Master’s degree course at the University’s Newcastle city centre campus for the 2019/20 academic year
be assessed as international for fee purposes
successful applicants will be selected on merit. Further details on scholarship values and academic grades required can be found on the University’s country pages.
Eligible candidates will be assessed as part of their academic application.