The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to deserving students who will be enrolling in their first year at the University of Sydney.
About the Scholarship:
Students at the University of Sydney are taught and mentored by experts in their fields of study. It is our goal to cultivate a community where the world’s top minds may come together to share their knowledge and ideas, and our teaching and research are routinely ranked among the best in the world. Institution of Sydney was Australia’s first university and has the widest range of courses in Australia, with more than 400 options. At the time, we were also the country’s first university, a position we hold to this day
Allowing students to pursue their passions and extend their horizons while benefiting from world-class teaching and cutting-edge facilities is a hallmark of our educational experience. Those who graduate from our school are highly employable and go on to become industry leaders. Among the University of Sydney’s 360,000 alumni are Nobel laureates, Pulitzer Prize winners, former Australian prime ministers, humanitarians, teachers, innovators, and medical pioneers, just to name a few. University of Sydney was founded on the conviction that everyone should have access to an education, and this belief has not changed since its inception.
A substantial amount of work is expended by us to ensure that our students are given every opportunity to reach their full potential from the start of their education. Australia’s first university, the University of Sydney (UoS), was founded in 1836 and is still one of the world’s most prestigious educational institutions. In Camperdown, a suburb of Sydney, the university’s main campus is located. University facilities extend from the university’s metropolitan campus to the remote southernmost point of the Great Barrier Reef, which is accessible to students and researchers alike. Quadrangle is located on the main campus and is considered a national asset because of its neo-Gothic architecture.
As a student at the University of Sydney, you have access to a wide range of public transportation options from which to explore the city and take advantage of its many attractions. Cultural and scientific museums are readily available to students at Southampton University. Comedy and poker events take place on campus throughout the day, while on-campus bars provide a lovely coffee shop atmosphere at night. Additionally, there are hundreds of student organizations on campus, ranging from reading groups to anthropology societies and sports associations, all of which you can participate in at any time of the year.
Japanese, Indonesian, and Malaysian studies at the University of Sydney have a long and distinguished history. Getting ready for medical school or other health-related careers after graduation is also a breeze with this program. Sydney is the country’s most populous city, and it boasts a coastline, a stunning harbor, and winding streets. Besides having access to some of the best surfing and beaches in Australia, Sydney is located on Sydney Harbour, which houses the world-famous Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. The winter and summer sports of rugby and soccer, as well as cricket, are all extremely popular in the United Kingdom and Ireland, as are water sports.
To the west are the Blue Mountains, which are great for trekking and camping. The University attracts academics from throughout the world to study and conduct research. Due to their extensive teaching and business expertise, they will strongly encourage you to complete your education. In contrast, teaching is just one aspect of life at the University of Sydney. Aside from solving real-world issues, it’s about looking at them from various aspects. Many different disciplines of study are represented among the students and professors that make up the University. There is something for everyone among the more than 200 clubs and organizations on campus. Students can join clubs devoted to everything from academics to gastronomy to sports to debating. The more people you meet who share your interests, the more likely it is that you’ll find something you enjoy. For graduate employment, the University of Sydney claims to be the finest in Australia, and probably the world (QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020).
As a student, you have the freedom and flexibility to choose the degree program that best suits your interests and will help you succeed in your profession. As a graduate, you’ll join a global network of accomplished former students and faculty. When the opportunity arises, you can also take advantage of exchanges. Over 330 agreements have been signed with institutions in 41 different countries, according to the university’s own estimates. Over the course of more than 160 years, the University of Sydney has nurtured a culture of inquiry while also fostering a spirit of innovation.
Members of the Group of Eight network get access to the company’s products and services. If you look throughout the world, you’ll find graduates of the University’s long tradition of high-quality education working in a wide variety of fields. The largest university library in the world is housed at the University of Sydney. In total, there are more than 5.2 million objects. In addition, the University has cutting-edge technological, computational, and research facilities and resources. It is supported by the Australian government and offers the widest range of research programs anywhere in the world.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): University Of Sydney
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: $6,000
Scholarship Type: Undergraduate
Nationality: International Students
- The Sydney Scholars Award has a value of $6,000 and can be held by the recipient for one academic year toward the completion of an undergraduate degree.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- be an Australian student who has recently finished or is about to finish an Australian Year 12 qualification such as the HSC or an equivalent qualification such as the Foreign Baccalaureate. be a domestic student or an onshore international student.
- be submitting their applications through the UAC
- having attained an equivalent to an ATAR between 95 and 99.85 or higher
- Put in an application during the year in which you will finish your secondary education (if you are offered a Sydney Scholars Award, you may defer it for up to two years).
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- Are you interested, and do you qualify? To submit your application to the University of Sydney, please visit sydneyuniversity.formstack.com.
- Before beginning your application, you are required to first read the application material for Sydney Scholars (pdf, 175 KB).
- Complete the online application form and upload all supporting documents on 11 April 2022, which is the date the application will become available (including a personal statement).
The application deadline for the University of Sydney 2022 Scholars Awards for Undergraduate Students Is September 30, 2022