Flinders Go Beyond Scholarships are awarded to overseas students who have demonstrated exceptional academic achievement and have the potential to make a significant contribution to Flinders University as well as the global society. The chance to pursue their educational and career aspirations is made available to overseas students through our Go Beyond Scholarships. This enables these students to go beyond the ordinary and achieve the extraordinary in their lives.
We are aware that determining whether or not you should begin your education can be difficult at the present; so, in order to make it simpler for you to begin your education, we provide a variety of scholarships that are open to students in any part of the world. Don’t stress about it; if you need to begin your studies online from the comfort of your own home, these scholarships are also available for you to use.
About the Scholarship Sponsor:
Bedford Park residents gave the University of Adelaide more than 300 acres of property in 1960 so that it could establish a second campus in the area. There’s a chance that the land will be 150 acres in size. As a result, Flinders University was established. In 1962, following a year of planning and preparation, construction began. With their 1965 state election victory, the Australian Labor Party (ALP) was able to use the election funds to purchase land in Bedford Park and establish a university there. Since they had already achieved success, they figured this was the greatest next step. Flinders University, one of Australia’s oldest and most distinguished educational institutions, welcomed its first batch of students on July 1, 1966. In honor of the British explorer and geographer Matthew Flinders, it bears his name. In the United States, the concept of a university did not exist before to the passage of the University Act in 1862. There were barely 400 students and 90 teachers present that March day in 1966.
Its inaugural residents were professors Sir Mark Mitchell and Peter Karmel. Together, they serve as the institution’s inaugural Chancellor and Vice Chancellor. The existing site of Flinders University’s main campus is ideal, and the university’s satellite campuses are conveniently located throughout southern Australia. The main campus is located in Bedford Park, some 12 kilometers from the city center. There are several spaces for students to study, work, and learn on campus, including computer labs, study rooms, a library, and public areas with free wireless internet. In addition to a soccer field, a volleyball court, and a basketball court, there is also a baseball diamond and a softball field. Victoria Square, in the midst of Adelaide’s financial district, is an excellent location for students who wish to further their education. Campuses are sometimes called the “soul” of universities because of their vital role in the educational experience.
The Tonsley, South Australia campus of Flinders University. In addition to the main campus in Canberra, the University of Adelaide also has locations in Melbourne and Darwin. It also has a number of regional campuses dispersed across the country. Flinders University offers courses in many different fields, such as business, the arts, education, engineering, the health sciences, and public administration. There are many opportunities to study abroad at universities all across the globe. The economies of Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia are all robust enough to compete with China’s. About 26,000 students are enrolled, and the university employs another 2,600 workers. University officials are taking these steps to ensure that they continue to meet the requirements of the IRU (Innovative Research Universities) consortium (IRU)
Graduates can continue their studies in countries including Canada, China, the United Kingdom, and Germany thanks to the various international ties maintained by the university. Flinders University has produced some of the most well-known personalities in the world. For his outstanding television work, Mario Andreacchio was awarded an Emmy. He has worked behind-the-scenes as a producer and in front of the camera. Alex Frayne’s talents as a cameraman and photographer are gaining widespread attention. Noni Hazlehurst may be best recognized for her acting appearances, but she also has considerable talent behind the camera and behind the microphone as a director, writer, and producer. She has won awards from the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) and the Australian Film Institute (AFI) (ARIA).
The Academy Award for Best Picture went to Scott Hicks’ film Shine, which was inspired by the life of musician David Helfgott. Hicks was responsible for the initiative’s conception and management. However, Hicks’ contribution to the picture goes well beyond that of writer and director. Since he was the film’s executive producer, he was also responsible for seeing that it was made. Hicks has done a lot for Tonga since he became Prime Minister. Brendon Coventry is a household name due to his groundbreaking work in the fields of immunology and surgery. He is generally regarded as the man who first discovered the immunological cycle. He was the one to finally recognize he had found it. Christopher Pearson is a well-respected journalist, therefore his work is read and admired by a wide audience. He has served as the editor of “The Adelaide Review” and as a speechwriter for former Australian Prime Minister John Howard. He learned a great deal about two different fields because to his dual employment.
Poet Sudesh Mishra has won multiple honors for his work. In addition, well-known people who have taught at or attended the school are highlighted. Visitors to the group’s homepage can access the directory via a link. Adelaide is a wonderful jumping off place for weekend road trips because of its proximity to other large urban hubs. Golden sands and mild hills can also be found in this area. Since there are no viable alternatives, these trips always take forever. Global Liveability Study ranked it as one of the top five greatest locations to live in 2016. There was little surprise at this result. Many foreign students choose to study there because of the relatively low cost of living compared to other major cities across the world. Adelaide’s cost of living is 14% lower than that of Australia’s other major cities, according to a number of different surveys. Since the standard of living in Australia has decreased, students have more disposable income to enjoy the country’s many low-priced tourist attractions.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Flinders University
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: 50% reduction
Scholarship Type: Masters
Nationality: International Students
- Those who are awarded the Flinders Vice-Chancellor International Scholarship, 2023 will have their tuition costs reduced by half for the entire duration of the program that they choose to study at Flinders University.
Eligibility for Scholarship
- International students of any nationality are welcome to apply.
- The applicants have to be available to start during either the first or second semester of 2023.
- Only new students are eligible to get this offer.
- All applicants must be enrolled as full-time international students in order to be considered (citizens of Australia and New Zealand and Australian Permanent Residents or other permanent visa holders are ineligible to apply).
- The equivalent of at least 95 on the ATAR scale is required of applicants for undergraduate programs.
- Applicants for postgraduate study are required to have a grade point average of 6.5 or higher.
- Note that successful applicants will be asked to take part in the Flinders International Ambassador Program and provide active support to Flinders University in its efforts to promote Flinders around the world.
Undergraduates at Leeds University in the United Kingdom can apply for a scholarship for the 2023–2024 school year. In an effort to inspire all students to continue their study, the University of Leeds is looking for exceptional students who can participate in research across the Mathematics department and are inspired to pursue higher education.
The Flinders Vice-Chancellor International Scholarship 2023 is open to all International Students
Are you interested, and do you qualify? To submit your application, please visit the Flinders University website at student-flinders.studylink.com
The application deadline for University of Flinders Vice-Chancellor International Scholarship 2023 is April 28, 2023.