The goal of the Scholarship is to give tuition aid to international students who are beginning undergraduate studies at The University of Australia, Fremantle and Sydney campuses, with the exception of students who are beginning the Bachelor of Nursing.
About the Scholarship:
The Institution of Australia is a national university with campuses in Fremantle and Broome, Western Australia, and Sydney, New South Wales. It has more than 11,000 students studying throughout its campuses. In addition, the institution offers seven clinical schools located throughout regional NSW and Victoria. There are three faculties at the university, each of which offers a variety of undergraduate, postgraduate, and research degrees: the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the Faculty of Law, and the Faculty of Education, Philosophy and Theology; and the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing, and Midwifery and Health Sciences. By encouraging students to see the world from a different viewpoint, the institution hopes to empower a new generation of ethical leaders and better equip them to manage the challenges of a constantly changing work environment. Critical thinking is at the heart of every degree offered, and it is this approach that prepares students for a full life as well as a fulfilling work. Moreover, it provides students with a competitive advantage in the workplace, as evidenced by findings from the Australian Government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (qilt.edu.au) set of surveys. Graduate Outcomes Survey 2019 ranks as the number one university in Australia for overall happiness among undergraduate graduates, while the university ranks in the top two for medium-term, full-time employment among postgraduate graduates (Graduate Outcomes Survey – Longitudinal 2020).
Furthermore, according to the Student Experience Survey 2019 is the number one university in Australia for skills development, and the university has received five-star ratings in the undergraduate category for overall experience, teaching quality, and skills development – for the 14th consecutive year – in the Good Universities Guide 2021. In order to educate students both academically and personally, takes a approach to education. According to Professor Francis Campbell, Vice Chancellor of University, “this demonstrates why our total quality of education experience is among the best in Australia.” The university’s one-of-a-kind, personalized admissions procedure considers not just a prospective student’s academic record, but also personal traits, motivation to study, ability to succeed, and contributions to the community as well. There are two locations Sydney Campus, which are Broadway and Darlinghust. Both locations are in close proximity to public transportation, shops, cafes, and the central business district. At both the Broadway and Darlinghurst areas, there are many types of housing available. At the Broadway Site are the schools of Arts & Sciences, Business, Education, Law, and Philosophy & Theology, as well as the College of Education. It is located in Sydney’s higher education district, a five-minute walk from Central train station, with buses stopping right outside the University’s front door, and a ten-minute walk from Darling Harbor, the Chinese Gardens, and King Street wharf. It is at the Darlinghurst Site where the schools of Medicine and Nursing are located. The location is located east of the city’s central business district, with Oxford Street running through the heart of the area. Nearby attractions include the Art Gallery of NSW, the Sydney Botanical Gardens, St Mary’s Cathedral, Hyde and Centennial Parks, and St Mary’s Cathedral and Gardens. They have approximately 12,000 students enrolled in their undergraduate and postgraduate programs, and they provide a wide range of undergraduate and graduate degrees. There are no better places to study in New South Wales or Western Australia, and they have some of the greatest graduate employment and job results in the entire country. Through active participation, engagement, and reflection, they equip their students with the theoretical knowledge and professional skills that will enable them to realize their full potential while also strengthening their connection with all peoples and willingly serving the community. They have a strong dedication to recognizing and honoring the individual, and they understand that each kid is endowed with their own set of abilities and qualities. Their belief is that, rather than simply preparing students for a job path, higher education should educate them for a rich, fulfilling, and thoughtful life.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): The University of Australia
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: 25% annual fee
Study Level: Undergraduate
Nationality: International Students
To be eligible for the Scholarship, you must have paid at least 25% (25%) of your annual indicated tuition fees for the whole term of your study. The Scholarship is provided in the form of a partial tuition fee waiver and does not cover any other costs related with study, such as living expenses, housing, transportation, international student health insurance, or any other costs involved with study.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
Students who wish to be considered for the Scholarship must meet the following requirements:
- a) Be international full-fee-paying students who are enrolling in an undergraduate coursework program (excluding the Bachelor of Nursing) at The University of Australia for the first time; and b) Be enrolled in an undergraduate coursework program at The University of Australia for the first time.
- Have accepted an Offer of Entrance (by the applicable date) and met all other admission requirements to study in any CRICOS registered undergraduate degree program offered on the University’s Sydney or Fremantle (Perth) campuses;
- c) Be eligible to apply for a Higher Education Sector Visa if you meet the requirements (Subclass 500).
The University of Australia 2022 International Welcome Scholarship for Undergraduate Students is open to all International Students
There is no need to submit a scholarship application because all qualified overseas applicants are automatically awarded the scholarship if they meet the Terms and Conditions of the scholarship.
The Keir Trust Study Awards provide financial aid and ongoing non-financial support to students from Auckland and beyond who are in need of postsecondary education at AUT. Helping kids and members of their school or community communities act as role models is our mission.
The application process for The University of Australia 2022 International Welcome Scholarship for Undergraduate Students is currently opened