The University of Adelaide is offering $2.9 million in scholarships to 286 new first-year students.
The scholarships aim to attract and retain the brightest students, and ensure all students with the ability to succeed at university have the opportunity to pursue higher education, despite any financial or other disadvantage.
“Our scholarships program is fundamental to the University’s vision. We want to ensure the very best students stay in South Australia, and to support rural and disadvantaged students of ability to study with us,” says University of Adelaide Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Warren Bebbington.
Amongst the scholarships presented include the Adelaide International Undergraduate Scholarships (AIUS).
Some of the conditions:
– Available for commencing international undergraduate students only;
– Open to citizens of any country (except Australia and New Zealand);
– Provides a waiver of 25% of the annual tuition fee for each year of the program for the full duration of the program, up to a maximum of four years;
– Up to 40 scholarships available each year;
– Available for study in any discipline except Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS), Bachelor of Oral Health and Bachelor of Science (Veterinary Bioscience)
– Open to eligible applicants completing Foundation Studies or secondary studies overseas or in Australia, or those transferring into the later years of an undergraduate degree with advanced standing.
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Malaysian students might also be eligible for the 2017 Business, Economics and Law Scholarships.
These are one-off AUD $8000 payment for living allowances, and available to Malaysian students seeking entry into a priority undergraduate program in semester 1 2017 using an eligible Pre-University or Diploma result. Eligibility requirements and selection criteria can be found here.