ANU-Study Canberra Indonesia Scholarship


There shall be 5 scholarships available for the 2018 intake for new international students' from Indonesia known as the ANU-Study Canberra Indonesia Scholarship. All scholarships will be available to undergraduate students (2 in semester 1 and 3 in semester 2).  The Scholarships are highly competitive and shall be offered to successful applicants who have achieved at an excellent level in their final years of schooling in Indonesia.


The Scholarship shall be available for an applicant who:

  • is an international student;
  • is a citizen of Indonesia, with most recent study completed in Indonesia prior to commencing their ANU program;
  • is enrolling in the first year of a single, or double, undergraduate program in 2018;
  • has achieved excellent results in their secondary studies qualification; and
  • has applied, and received an unconditional offer for admission to the Australian National University by the date advertised on the University website;


Selection will be based on academic merit and scholarship application.


The Scholarship will be valued at $10,000. The first instalment of $2,500 will be paid to the student upon them enrolling in their chosen undergraduate program.  The remaining funds will be paid after the census date of the first semester that the student is enrolled

How to apply

Eligible applicants will need to apply for the scholarship separately from their application for admission.  Applications for students commencing in semester 2 are now open and will close on 30th June 2018. The scholarship application is available at the top right of this page.

Further information

Only applicants that have accepted an offer of admission to study an undergraduate coursework degree at ANU in 2018 will be considered for this scholarship.  Applicants that do not provide a valid ANU ID number will not be considered.

Dependents or a spouse of staff of diplomatic or consular missions enrolling in a postgraduate degree are eligible however dependents or a spouse of staff of diplomatic or consular missions enrolling in an undergraduate degree will not be considered.