12 Australian Institutions That Offer Scholarships

By EasyUni Staff | Last modified 11 Nov 2017
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Australian Government Scholarships

Australian Awards Scholarships

Get your Master’s degree fully funded inclusive of full tuition fees, return air travel, establishment allowance, health insurance and living allowance for those who qualify for full scholarship.

Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship Awards

Get fully funded Master’s or PhD Level degrees (coursework or research) in any field of study in Australia fully paid. Scholarships include travel and establishment allowance, monthly stipend, tuition fees and health insurance and can reach up to AUD $118,500.

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International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS)

IPRS programs are available for a 2-year Master’s by research degree or 3-years Doctorate by research degree, covering tuition fees and health cover costs.

Australian Universities Scholarships

Adelaide Scholarships International (ASI)

The University of Adelaide attracts outstanding international postgraduate students to support the university’s research efforts. ASI covers tuition fees, living allowance, and health insurance.

Flinders International Postgraduate Scholarships (FIPRS)

This scholarship applies for full-time Research Master’s Degrees (up to 2 years) and Research Doctorate degrees (up to 3 years) at the Flinders University. The scholarship includes tuition fee, living allowance, and establishment allowance.

La Trobe Academic Excellence Scholarships (AES)

Encouraging high achieving international students (except from New Zealand) to study at either undergraduate or postgraduate programs at La Trobe University, this scholarship amount ranges from AUD$10,000 and AUD$20,000 and covers tuition fees.

Macquarie University International Scholarships

Macquarie University North Ryde campus invites outstanding students to study undergraduate or postgraduate degrees with partial tuition fee scholarships of up to AUD$10,000.

Melbourne International Research Scholarships (MIRS)

This scholarship is funded by the university with each faculty having a limited number of awards for graduate research degree studies. Benefits provided by the MIRS include living allowance, relocation grant, thesis allowance and paid sick, maternity and parenting leave.

Monash University International Merit Scholarships

This scholarship is available for excellent students to study at undergraduate or postgraduate level. The scholarship is valued at AUD$10,000 for a full-time study load, paid per year up to AUD$50,000 (based on 5-year degree).

Sydney Achievers International Scholarships

Great scholarship for outstanding students seeking to pursue postgraduate coursework at the University of Sydney. Each  scholarship has a value of AUD$10,000 (AUD$10,000 each per year, AUD$15,000 in total for a 1.5 year program or AUD$20,000 in total for a 2 year program).

Tips For Successful Scholarship Application

  1. Research: Find out everything you can about the scholarship - foundation history, requirements, etc. Better yet, find people who got this scholarship before and ask them questions.

  2. Focus: Apply to as many scholarships as possible, but only if you are eligible. Otherwise, don’t waste your time.

  3. Follow instructions: Do not supply documents not required. Also, pay extra attention to all deadlines carefully.

  4. Personalize your essay: People who will evaluate your applications don’t know you. Make sure your personal statement really shows your personality, ambition and motivation.

  5. Review: Do a check-spell and proof-read your application and essay. Always ask someone else to proof read it again even after you’ve gone through it. It can give you a different perspective and feedback.

  6. K.I.S.S.: Keep it simple, stupid! Evaluators look through hundreds, if not thousands of applications, so it pays to keep it simple, professional, straightforward, neat, legible and meaningful. Hint: Don’t use too many colors, fonts, effects or highlights.

  7. Back up: Keep a copy of all submitted documents. Pays to be safe than sorry!

Posted on 09 Oct 2017
Study Abroad, University Applications, Useful Tips