ANU College of Business & Economics International Graduate Scholarship

Overview

The ANU College of Business and Economics may award up to ten 50% tuition scholarships known as the ANU College of Business and Economics International GraduateScholarship.The Scholarships are highly competitive awards available to international students who are applying for admission to an ANU College of Business & Economics postgraduate coursework program for the first time

One scholarship will be awarded to a student from Latin America, Europe, Asia, South East Asia and Eurasia while the remaining five scholarships will be open to applicants from all regions of the world.

Eligibility

The Scholarship shall be available to an applicant who:

  • Is an International Students as defined under the terms of the Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000. Dependants of the staff of diplomatic or consular missions arealso eligible.
  • Has received an offer of admission into a postgraduate coursework program offered by the College to commence in teaching period for which they are applying for this award.
  • Will commence a postgraduate coursework program within the College during the intake for which they have applied for scholarship consideration.
  • Has not previously been a recipient of this ANU College of Business and Economics International Graduate Scholarship award.

Benefits

The Scholarship provides sponsorship for half of the international student tuition fee for up to one year (2 semesters) of a full-time postgraduate coursework program offered by the College.

How to apply

Interested persons must first submit an application for admission to their program of choice at the University for the relevant semester. For further information on how to apply to study at ANU visit http://www.anu.edu.au/study/apply

Once you have applied for admission, applicants may then choose to register for scholarship consideration.

Applicants must complete and submit their online application form by the nominated deadline, along with any necessary written responses or documentation to support their application in order to be considered. Incomplete scholarship applications, or scholarship applications not corresponding to an admission request will be disregarded.