ANU Chancellor’s International Scholarship

Overview

The ANU Chancellor's International Scholarship offers an opportunity for students from around the world to access one of multiple scholarships available to undergraduate and postgraduate students. The scholarship is designed to attract a diverse range of high calibre international students to commence study at ANU.

These scholarships are distributed into 12 categories with at least one category applicable for students from anywhere in the world. For a list of countries included in each category, see the reference document on this webpage.

Note:

  • Applicants will be automatically assessed in the below 12 categories based on their citizenship.
  • Applicants will always be assessed first for the highest-value award for which they are eligible.
Award Name Value
Chancellor's International Scholarship - Undergraduate 25%
Chancellor's International Scholarship - Postgraduate 25%
Chancellor's International Scholarship - India 25% or 50%
Chancellor's International Scholarship - Indonesia 25% or 50%
Chancellor's International Scholarship - Vietnam 25% or 50%
Chancellor's International Scholarship - South East Asia 25% or 50%
Chancellor's International Scholarship - Europe and Americas 25% or 50%

Field of Study

Any eligible program except:

  • Doctor Of Medicine and Surgery (MChD)
  • Master Of Military and Defence Studies

Eligibility

The scholarship is available to a commencing ANU student who:

  1. is defined as an overseas student under the terms of the Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000 and does not hold a 995 visa (unless enrolling in an eligible postgraduate program); and
  2. has received an offer of admission to commence at the University in an eligible program (excluded programs listed above); and
  3. meets the conditions of the program for which they have received an offer of admission including the requirement to be onshore for some components (if applicable); and
  4. has not received the scholarship previously for the same level of study.

Selection

Selection is made on the basis of academic merit. Qualifications submitted for admission to the University will be converted to the common scale which will determine an applicant's place on the merit list. Eligible applicants with multiple qualifications will be ranked according to the qualification used as the basis of admission.

Scholarship offers for 2023 intakes have been released starting from July 2022.

Benefits

  • The scholarship will award a tuition fee reduction of 25% or 50% as outlined above.
  • The reduction is applied towards the tuition fees for the duration of the undergraduate or postgraduate degree.
  • Recipients are only required to pay a reduced tuition deposit of AUD 10,000 instead of the standard deposit amount listed on the admissions offer letter.
  • Postgraduate recipients in 2023 are also guaranteed a place in on-campus accommodation for their first year of study if they choose to take up this benefit.

How to apply

There is no need to apply for the scholarship. All eligible overseas students applying for admission to commence at the university will be automatically considered.

Press the "Apply now" button to start the Admissions application process for 2023 at ANU.

How to accept

You will need to accept both your academic offer and your scholarship offer separately. More information to be provided with your scholarship offer letter.

Further information

For more information on other scholarships available at ANU please see our ANU scholarships page.

For more information about study options at ANU please see our ANU study page.