The ANU College of Science is pleased to award this fellowship to a student who is currently enrolled in an Honours or Coursework Masters program and whose research focuses on Regolith Science.
About the Scholarship Sponsor:
Australia’s flagship university, ANU, has earned a reputation for excellence on a global scale. According to the 2022 QS World University Rankings, it is ranked first in Australia and 27th in the world. The Australian Government founded ANU in 1946 so that it might serve as a catalyst for intellectual development in Australia. Alumni of the Australian National University (ANU) have gone on to play significant roles in modern society, from the legislative and executive branches to the creative and scientific spheres.
The University is a great place for bright, ambitious students to thrive because of its cutting-edge facilities, including the nation’s most powerful computer, laboratories and lecture halls equipped with the latest technology, and three main libraries with more than two million printed and electronic volumes. The magnificent 145-hectare Australian National University campus is located about ten minutes from downtown Canberra. Canberra, the capital of Australia, is a compact metropolis that buzzes with life and is surrounded by some of the country’s most beautiful scenery. Canberra, a city just 30 minutes from Sydney by plane, has the lowest crime rate in mainland Australia and the highest employment rate in the country, making it an ideal location for students.
The city never ceases to amaze and excite tourists with its abundance of national treasures, including as the National Library, National Gallery, National Museum, and National Archives. The majority of new freshmen from outside the Canberra region are housed by the university. More over twenty percent of the total student body, or more than six thousand people, make their home in campus housing. There are twelve different freshman residence halls at ANU. Fully catered or self-catered options are available, and both have amenities including laundry rooms, outdoor spaces, and study rooms.
Students from foreign nations who choose to live on campus often develop deep ties with one another. Those who have earned degrees from institutions all around the world have access to a growing network of fellow alums who can provide advice and connections for furthering their careers. By uniting institutions with a common interest in developing future leaders, IARU facilitates internships, seminars, exchange, and the creation of joint degrees. Australian National University is home to a thriving student body and cultural community. The International Office is home to the Postgraduate and Research Students’ Association (PRSSA), the Student Information and Guidance Network, the award-winning Academic Skills and Learning Centre (ASLC), childcare and counseling services, the Disability Support Centre, and health services (SIGN).
By uniting institutions with a shared commitment to developing future leaders, the IARU facilitates internships, seminars, exchanges, and joint degrees between its members. Since the beginning of these partnerships, ANU has fostered close relationships with numerous domestic and international institutions, including as the European Union and NASA. The University invests heavily in research activities and infrastructure to recruit, nurture, and keep top-tier scientists on campus. Therefore, its faculty members are generally considered to be among the world’s greatest experts in their specialties. Teachers and mentors at the Australian National University are cutting-edge scholars at the forefront of their fields. This ensures that children obtain a 21st-century education that emphasizes inquiry and critical thinking rather than rote memorization. Being a part of a thriving community of scholars with international ties can also lead to exciting new opportunities in Australia and beyond. The Australian National University (ANU) continues to build on its national leadership position by attracting top-tier students from all around Australia and the world to its undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral degree programs.
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Scholarship Sponsor(s): Australian National University (ANU)
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: $5000
Scholarship Type: Undergraduate
Nationality: International Students
A stipend in the amount of $5,000 is provided by the scholarship, and an additional amount of funds, up to $5,000, is made available for the support of research projects.
Eligibility for Scholarship
- Eligible applicants include those who are either planning to enroll at ANU or are currently enrolled there and who meet the following criteria:
- a student from anywhere in the world;
- pursuing or already enrolled in an Honours or coursework Master’s program at one of the Colleges;
- To earn a BS;
- Honors Bachelor of Science (Higher Level);
- a degree in philosophy;
- Expertise in Earth Science; Master’s Degree
- do research that fits in with the larger discipline of regolith science. Research can be conducted in a laboratory, on the ground, or in a computer model.
- Academic achievement, as well as meeting the qualifying conditions and application deadlines, will be taken into account during the selection process. If the Selection Committee thinks it’s necessary, they’ll ask you to come in for an interview.
For the 2022–2023 academic year, the University of Tasmania is offering a number of Engineering Merit Scholarships to deserving international students who wish to enroll in the institution’s full-time undergraduate program. The purpose of these scholarships is to assist international students in overcoming financial obstacles so that they may continue their education, and the University of Tasmania hopes that this will inspire them to achieve their professional and personal goals.
The Australian National University Scholarship in Regolith Science is open to all International Students
Applying using the application form that may be found at the top of this page is mandatory for students. Each year, the application period runs from the 31st of August through the 30th of November.
The application deadline for Australian National University Scholarship in Regolith Science is November 30, 2022