Win a full-risk scholarship to one of Australia’s top universities

Win a full-risk scholarship to one of Australia’s top universities

Win a full-risk scholarship to one of Australia's top universities
Win a full-risk scholarship to one of Australia’s top universities

Win a full-risk scholarship to one of Australia’s top universities

 

Did you know that one of Australia’s top universities offers full-risk scholarships worth up to $100,000 to international students? And did you know they’re accepting applications right now? Click the button below to apply!

 

How to win university scholarships

So you’ve got your resume and cover letter ready, but are they good enough? Most scholarships require some extra legwork on your part. For example, if you apply for an academic scholarship, it’s common practice to provide a copy of your latest academic transcripts. If applying for an industry award, you might need to send in samples of work or even have past managers and colleagues write letters of recommendation on your behalf. Be warned: many scholarships have hundreds or even thousands of applicants—so unless you really impress them with what you’re sending over, it can be tough going getting noticed. Make sure everything is perfect before submitting!

 

How Do I Get Accepted?

Obtaining a spot at an Australian university can be very competitive. Thankfully, there are several programs designed to make it easier for international students from disadvantaged backgrounds to attend college in Australia. Many full-scholarship programs require little or no risk and will guarantee you an acceptance letter as long as you meet minimum academic standards. In addition, all tuition fees for college are waived, meaning you won’t have to worry about paying off your student loans! If that isn’t enough, many full scholarships also cover living expenses such as room and board (i.e., food) and textbooks so that students’ only cost is their plane ticket and visa fees. In fact, some scholarships even offer enough money for airfare!

 

What Universities Are Eligible?

Australian National University, Australian Catholic University, Bond University, Central Queensland University, Charles Darwin University, Curtin University, Deakin University (waiver must be provided), Edith Cowan University (waiver must be provided), Flinders University (waiver must be provided), Griffith University (waiver must be provided), James Cook Universit y , La Trobe Universi ty , Macquarie Uni versity , Monash Uni versity , Murdoch Un iversity , Newcastle uni versity (waiver must be provided), Notre Dame Un iversity Sydney Uni version is available) Please Note: Applicants may only submit applications for scholarships in a maximum of two eligible programs per application round. Selection criteria for each program may vary.

 

What About Age Requirements?

Full-Risk Scholarships: For an outstanding applicant who has not yet completed their secondary education, but is at least 14 years old by January 1st of enrolment (for example: Year 11 students from NSW and Victoria, Year 12 students from Queensland). This category does not require ATAR scores. Applicants must be nominated by their school principal or teacher as being potentially gifted enough for tertiary study before being assessed by our Gifted Education panel. To find out more about nominating your student for assessment go here.

 

Is Financial Aid Available?

First, know that you’re probably not going to get financial aid in Australia. In fact, Australian universities rarely offer scholarships or grants; instead, students pay an upfront tuition fee and then are responsible for all other costs (including textbooks and living expenses). But there is another way: Full-Risk Scholarships. With these kinds of scholarships, you don’t have to pay anything up front—the university offers admission without requiring any fees from you. However, it isn’t uncommon for recipients who do get their hands on such a scholarship offer to need additional financial support along with their merit-based award (aka scholarship) since many are also given very little funding for books or supplies upon arriving at school.

 

How To Apply For Scholarships

In order to qualify for a scholarship, you will need high academic achievement in your studies as well as personal qualities that make you stand out from other applicants. While every scholarship application is different, here are some tips: Make sure your grades are up to scratch. Even if you don’t feel like you are ready yet, start working on them now. Get some extracurricular activities in – It never hurts to develop some community involvement or put together an extra-curricular project. Pick something that shows initiative, creativity and motivation!

 

What If I Already Have An Offer From Another University?

The degree will have been awarded on merit and you’ll have met all of your program’s core entry requirements. So there shouldn’t be any issues getting into university if you receive an offer from another institution. However, as every faculty has different entrance requirements, it may be beneficial to contact your intended faculty in case they require additional information or documents before confirming your offer. For example, if you want to study Law, then all Australian law schools also require applicants to sit and pass LNAT which is held on two dates each year (June/July and November). The LNAT test assesses skills in logical reasoning, reading comprehension and extended writing for prospective students who are applying for admission into bachelor degree programs at Australian institutions.

 

How Do I Know Which Scholarship Is Best For Me?

There are many types of scholarships available, but in general, they fall into two categories: Full-Risk and Partial Risk. Partially risk scholarships are often easier to get than fully risk scholarships, because you usually don’t have to go through an interview process. However, if you really want your study abroad experience to be successful, it may be better for you in the long run if you apply for a fully risk scholarship. The reason why is because partially risk scholarships can come with conditions that prevent you from getting everything that you need for your study abroad experience out of it – things like health insurance coverage and free airfare are often not covered by partial scholarships. These kinds of restrictions make an education abroad program much less valuable as time goes on.

 

 


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