Do you harbour dreams of furthering your studies in the Land Down Under?
There are many enticing reasons to study in Australia, some of which include the country cementing its status as a rising star for tertiary studies. According to reports, Australia is the third-most popular destination in the world for international students, behind the US and the UK.
The country is also home to many highly ranked universities in a range of study areas, from medicine to the humanities, which means you can be assured of a quality education. Students can also enjoy a high standard of living, while the country is also a relatively safe study destination.
Many Australian universities offer a host of scholarships for students. Here are some scholarships worth considering:
Monash is among the world’s top 100 universities, according to Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2019.
This scholarship has a value of up to AUS$20,000 for one year only, and is ideal for those looking to undertake the Master of Laws, full-time. This award is based on academic achievement and applicants are assessed on their personal aspiration statement.
Applications close on October 20, 2019. For more details, head to the website.
High-achieving students looking to undertake graduate research at the University of Melbourne are eligible for this scholarship. It has a total value of up to AUS$110,000 and is applicable to all study areas.
Students must “have applied for and meet the entry requirements for a graduate research degree at the University of Melbourne, or be currently enrolled in a graduate research degree at the University of Melbourne”, the website notes.
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ECU is ranked among the world’s best young universities by THE, and this Australian public university “prides itself on being relevant to the real world”.
If you’re an international student who plans to study at ECU Melbourne or ECU Sydney in the next intake, you may be eligible for the scholarship if you meet all the criteria.
Applications close December 31, 2019.
If you’re looking to further your studies in engineering to advance your career and deepen your knowledge in the field, UTS’ Master of Professional Engineering Scholarship enables students to study the programme at the UTS Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology.
The university prides itself for being industry focused, while it’s ranked among the world’s top 200, according to THE.
Application closes July 31, 2019.