The Andrew and Paula Liveris Scholarship was founded in 2019 and is supported by the earnings that are generated from an endowed fund.
About the Scholarship Sponsor:
UQ is often considered Australia’s best university for many good reasons. Among Australian institutions of higher learning, UQ has garnered more national teaching awards than any other institution. There is a trifecta of University of Queensland campuses in the same region of Southeastern Australia. The University of Queensland has two campuses in the city of Brisbane; St. Lucia and Herston. Greater than two million people now name Brisbane their permanent home. Attractive features of the city include its subtropical climate, thriving cultural scene, and low crime rate. Brisbane is a hub for business, investment, major events, and education in the Asia-Pacific region because of its proximity to multiple natural World Heritage sites, including rainforests, mountain ranges, and beaches.
The University of Queensland has graduated almost 268,000 students, 14,500 of whom have earned doctoral degrees. Students and alums hail from more than 170 different nations. Many of these students choose to continue their education at Queensland’s flagship university (268,000). More than 53,600 undergraduate and graduate students call one of the three campuses that make up the University of Queensland in South East Queensland home. Sixteen percent are post-graduates, and another sixteen percent are international students from 134 countries. The university’s six colleges, eight internationally recognized research institutions, and over a hundred research centers are home to scholars from virtually every academic discipline. The city of Berkeley, California, where the prestigious university is located, is a political flashpoint. Students at Queensland’s universities and colleges can choose from a wide range of subject areas to specialize in. Because of its beautiful beaches, lush forests, rare species, and exciting amusement parks, Queensland has seen a dramatic increase in its student population in recent years. The state’s rapid development might be due in part to its strategically placedness.
It’s well-known that universities in Queensland’s major cities provide a wide variety of programs and specializations. This includes the hospitality industry, which includes the management of hotels and the organization of tourist routes, as well as the performing arts and commerce. Classrooms in outlying regions of Queensland provide a wide range of courses, from the more common hospitality management and business administration to the more unusual marine science and tropical agriculture. The University of Queensland (UQ) is the only Australian university to have been a founding member of Universitas 21 and one of only three Australian universities to be a part of the world-leading edX consortium. The University of Queensland (UQ) in Australia is not just a member of the Group of Eight but also one of the world’s leading research institutions (Go8). UQ is not only a world-class institution but also one of only a few of Australian institutions to have joined the elite Group of Eight upon its inception (Go8). (MOOCs)
The University of Queensland has produced more than 280,000 graduates, including more than 15,400 Ph.D. holders. These alumni have built a worldwide community that spans more than 170 countries. More than 55,000 students and faculty/staff make up the University of Queensland, which has three campuses in Southeast Queensland. Students from 142 different countries attend this institution, including many of Queensland’s best minds. There are 19,500 graduate students and the same number of post-graduates enrolled in undergraduate programs, for a total of 20,000 students. About 1,500 researchers throughout the sciences, social sciences, and engineering are at UQ, all dedicated to preserving and enhancing the university’s historic role as a research leader. There are six academic colleges and over a hundred separate research centers at the University of Queensland. The Australian Research Council’s Fellowships and Grants database shows that the University of Queensland has won 419 separate grants worth more than $290 million. The Australian Research Council (ARC) provides funding for these awards.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): The University of Queensland
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: $20,000
Scholarship Type: Undergraduate
Nationality: International Students
- $10,000. You may qualify for up to $10,000 in travel assistance to help cover the costs of participating in an approved gap year program, international exchange, or internship.
Eligibility for Scholarship
- have finished or will finish high school in 2022 or 2021 and have completed no more than one semester of one of the following programs in the year of award: earned a minimum Australian Tertiary Admission Rank of 99.00 (or equivalent) for your year 12 studies
- Degree: Bachelor of Science in Computing
- Undergraduate Degree in Engineering (Honours)
- a Systematic Approach to Engineering Education
- First-Class Honours in a Scientific Discipline
- BSc (Bachelor of Science) (Honours)
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
- First-Class Honours in Mathematics
- combined study of two subjects, one of which is chosen from the above;
- not have any prior Bachelor’s level or higher postsecondary education prior to enrolling in the approved program (special studies not included)
- not be receiving any other scholarships that the Director would classify as “comparable.”
RMIT University knows that there are a lot of motivated international students who want to go to college in Australia. For the academic year 2023-2024, the university is offering the Stem Scholarships for students in Latin America to help these students overcome financial barriers. The scholarship is worth $10,000, which they can use to pay for school and focus on their studies
The University of Queensland (UQ) Australia 2022 Liveris Academy Undergraduate Scholarship is open to all International Students
- Are you interested and eligible? To submit your resume and cover letter to the University of Queensland, Australia, please visit studenthub.uq.edu.au.
- if you are already enrolled at UQ, please include a copy of your most recent transcript as well as your second semester Year 11 report and first semester Year 12 report (or equivalent).
- To further explain how you match the selection requirements for this scholarship, you will also be requested to make a short video (no more than 1 minute) and answer a few short answer questions
The application deadline for University of Queensland (UQ) Australia 2022 Liveris Academy Undergraduate Scholarship is November 20, 2022.