About the Scholarship:
ANU is one of the world’s most prestigious universities. According to the QS World University Rankings 2022, it is placed first in Australia and 27th in the world. The Australian Government established ANU in 1946 to lead Australia’s intellectual development through its powerhouse research. ANU graduates are now crucial members of society as legislators, corporate executives, artists, scientists, and policy consultants.
The University provides a one-of-a-kind, research-driven environment in which bright, ambitious students excel by utilizing world-class facilities such as the country’s most powerful computer, laboratories and lecture theaters outfitted with cutting-edge technology, and three main libraries housing over two million traditional and two million electronic volumes. The Australian National University is located on a lovely 145-hectare campus approximately ten minutes’ walk from the heart of Canberra. Canberra, Australia’s political and administrative capital, is a tiny, bustling city located within some of the country’s most spectacular natural settings. Canberra, a 30-minute flight from Sydney, has relatively little pollution, the lowest crime rate on mainland Australia, and the highest employment rate in the country, making it an ideal setting for students to relax, focus on their academics, and enjoy university life.
Canberra is also home to significant national institutions such as the National Library, National Gallery, National Museum, and National Archives, and it never ceases to amaze and fascinate its visitors. All new undergraduate students from outside the Canberra region are guaranteed housing by ANU. Over 6,000 students reside on campus, accounting for more than 20% of the student body. There are 12 undergraduate houses at ANU. These are fully-catered, self-catered, or apartment-style accommodations with laundry facilities, outdoor spaces, and study rooms.
The international students who live on campus build deep ties with their classmates. When students graduate, they join a global, developing alumni network that provides support and possibilities for career advancement. The IARU brings together universities that share a similar dedication and vision for teaching future leaders, and it promotes internships, conferences, interchange, and the creation of joint degrees. ANU has a dynamic academic and social life. Support services include an award-winning Academic Skills and Learning Centre; a Careers Centre; childcare; a counselling centre; Disability Support Centre; health services; an International Office; the Postgraduate and Research Students’ Association and the Student Information and Guidance Network (SIGN) mentoring programme.
The IARU unites universities that share a similar commitment and vision to educating future leaders, and is fostering internships, conferences, exchange, and the development of joint degrees. ANU has also forged close links with government, business and research institutions in Australia and abroad, and is involved in projects with organisations ranging from NASA to the European Union.
Researchers at the University collaborate with government, business, and non-governmental organizations to apply research expertise to critical policy concerns confronting Australia and the region. The Crawford School of Public Policy at ANU collaborates strategically with the Australian Government and houses a number of national institutes and centers. Partnerships ANU collaborates with other organizations to improve and expand the opportunities accessible to its students and scholars. The University’s strong connections with other institutions in Australia and around the world, the Australian Government, business, and not-for-profit organizations have enhanced access to education as well as possibilities for engagement and exchange, collaborative research, and innovation.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Australian National University
Host Country(s): Australia
Scholarship Worth: $28,854
Study Level: Masters
Course of Study: Philosophy
Nationality: International Students
The ANU Master of Philosophy Scholarship is worth $28,854 per year and covers the following expenses:
1. Travel and relocation expenses for students relocating to Canberra to begin their Master of Philosophy degree.
2. Allowance for Dependent Children (International students only)
3. Allowance for Thesis
Eligibility for Scholarship
Candidates must meet the following conditions to be eligible for the ANU Master of Philosophy Scholarship:
1. English is the required language.
2. Eligible Countries: Students from all countries are eligible; and 3. have applied for admission to an ANU Master of Philosophy Research program; and 4. have a Bachelor degree with first-class Honours (some Colleges may consider applicants with upper second-class Honours), or a Master degree with a research component from a recognized University.
The ANU Master of Philosophy Scholarship 2022 (Fully Funded) is open to all international students
To apply for the ANU Master of Philosophy Scholarship, please follow the steps below:
1. Click here to apply for admission
Prior to submitting an application for admission, it is strongly advised to contact the appropriate Graduate Studies Convener or a possible supervisor to discuss
2. It should be noted that no application is required because all qualified students will be evaluated if they apply for admission.
International students must apply for admission by August 31 in order to be considered for this scholarship in the main round of scholarship offers. Domestic students must apply for admission by October 31. Colleges may award these scholarships at any time of the year..
The application deadline for ANU Master of Philosophy Scholarship 2022 (Fully Funded) is August 31, 2022
You could also apply for SEK 10,000 The Visby Program Scholarship – Sweden 2022
Of SI’s total funding, approximately SEK 294 million are grants and scholarships, and approximately two-thirds of this amount is financed by the Swedish aid budget. SI’s various sub-assignments are closely linked to each other.
- Applicants must be a citizen of an eligible country
- Applicants must have documented proof of work experience
- Applicants must also follow the application steps of university admission and be admitted to one of the eligible master’s programs on time
- Applicants should know that priority will be given to applicants who currently reside in one of the eligible countries
- A student has already resided in Sweden for cumulatively two years or more, prior to the scholarship period
- If a student has previously been awarded a Swedish Institute scholarship for master’s level studies or research at a Swedish university/university college
- Previous participants of the SI Summer Academy for Young Professionals (SAYP), and students who have attended SI summer courses in the Swedish language or the Swedish Institute Summer University (SISU) may still apply
- Students can apply if they already hold a degree from a Swedish university/university college
- Have dual citizenship in countries not listed below