Those interested in applying for Science International Scholarships at the University of Queensland are encouraged to do so.
About the Scholarship:
The University of Queensland (UQ), which is considered to be the best university in all of Australia, is renowned for its innovative research and pedagogy. UQ has been recognized with more national teaching awards than any other Australian university as a direct result of the institution’s commitment to educational excellence. The University of Queensland (UQ) has three campuses in South East Queensland, all of which are located in the region. Both the St. Lucia and Herston campuses of the University of Queensland can be found in the city of Brisbane. The city of Brisbane is home to more than 2 million people. The city has a subtropical climate, which, along with a thriving cultural scene and a secure environment, makes it an attractive place to live. Due to its location in close proximity to a number of World Heritage sites, including rainforests, mountain ranges, and beaches, Brisbane is an excellent location in the Asia–Pacific region for commerce, investment, major events, and education.
UQ is ranked among the top universities in the world by a number of prestigious organizations, including QS World University Rankings (47), Academic Ranking of World Universities (54), Times Higher Education World University Rankings (32), and CWTS Leiden Ranking (32). (66). This includes subjects related to sports (2), mining-related fields such as mining engineering (5), environmental sciences (11), agriculture and forestry (7), education (19), nursing (21) and psychology (23), as well as hospitality and leisure management (27) and sociology (23). The University of Queensland is ranked among the top 50 universities in the world for a total of 24 subjects in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019. These subjects include sports-related subjects (2), mining-related fields such as mining engineering (5), environmental sciences ( (29).. There are more than 170 countries represented in the alumni network of The University of Queensland’s 268,000 graduates, of which 14,500 are PhDs. Of these graduates, there are 268,000 graduates from The University of Queensland.
More than 53,600 students are currently enrolled across the University of Queensland’s three campuses in South East Queensland. This figure includes 18,600 postgraduate students and 18,000 international students hailing from 134 different countries. Researchers from virtually every academic discipline can be found working at any one of the university’s six colleges, eight internationally renowned research institutions, or one of the more than one hundred research centers. Students in Queensland have access to a diverse range of educational opportunities to choose from. In recent years, the student culture in Queensland has experienced significant expansion as a direct result of the state’s expansive golden beaches, verdant rainforests, thriving marine life, and exciting amusement parks. The metropolitan universities of Queensland are well-known for the extensive variety of subjects that they teach, ranging from the arts and business to human movement and hotel management.
Courses in specialized fields such as hospitality and management, marine science, tropical agriculture, and many others are available to students in regional areas of Queensland . UQ is the only Australian university to have been a charter member of Universitas 21, in addition to being a founding member in the Group Eight (Go8) universities, an Australian member of the Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU), and one of only three Australian members of the world’s leading edX consortium. UQ is also a global leader in open educational resources and is the only university in Australia to have been a founding member of the Group Eight (Go8) universities.
UQ has produced over 280,000 graduates, including more than 15,400 PhDs, who have gone on to form a global network spanning more than 170 countries. More than 55,000 students call the University of Queensland’s three campuses in South East Queensland home. These students come from 142 different countries and include the majority of the most successful students in the state of Queensland. In addition, there are more than 19,900 postgraduate students and approximately 20,200 international students. Because of its six colleges, eight internationally renowned research institutions, and more than one hundred research centers, the University of Queensland (UQ) is home to an interdisciplinary community of approximately one thousand and five hundred scientists, social scientists, and engineers who are dedicated to advancing the quality of research and maintaining UQ’s long tradition of research leadership. According to the Fellowships and Grants scheme run by the Australian Research Council, the University of Queensland has been the recipient of the most funding, with 419 awards totaling more than $290 million.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): The University of Queensland
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: $8,000
Study Level: Postgraduate
Nationality: International Students
The scholarship fund for the 2021/22 academic year is € 63 000, which means that a total of 18 full scholarships (each lasting for ten months) can be given out.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
You’re eligible if you’re:
- an international student who will be attending UQ on a full-time basis for the first semester of your studies and who will be enrolling in a program offered by the UQ Faculty of Science (minimum one year duration).
- A complete list of programs that qualify can be found in the terms and conditions section that follows.
- And you:
- have met the conditions of your offer by the closing date of the scholarship (you are not required to accept your full offer by the deadline for the scholarship application) demonstrate strong academic performance in your previous studies.
- your academic performance (based on the academic credentials you submitted in your UQ Faculty of Science program application).
- your propensity to bring about change and make significant contributions to science (based on the personal statement you submitted in your scholarship application).
- UQ is committed to diversity and inclusion, and we may take this into consideration when evaluating your application.
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The UQ 2022 Science International Scholarships is open to all International Students
- Are you interested, and do you qualify?
- To submit an application, please visit www.vision6.com.au on The University of Queensland’s website.
- Complete the application form that can be found online.
- a personal statement.
- Before you send in your application, double check that you have attached all of the necessary supporting documents.
- On the closing date, you must ensure that your online application has been submitted no later than 23:59pm AEST.
The application deadline for UQ 2022 Science International Scholarships is June 30, 2022