How to Apply for Sydney Scholars Awards 2022Scholarship @The University of Sydney posted 3 months ago
Sydney university announced a fully-funded scholarship opportunity to all international students to purser thair higher degrees at the level of Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree, and Ph.D. degree, the eligible applicants should apply before the deadline of scholarship. The late application will not be accepted by the Sydney university.
- Location: Australia
- Opportunity type: Fully Funded
- Application type: Onlien
- University: Sydney university
- Gender: Male and Female
- Scholarship level: bachelor degree | Master degree | Ph.D. degree
- Deadline: 30. September. 2021
- a national or international student who has recently completed the International Baccalaureate program (or educational award equivalent to the HSC)
- be applying for admission through UAC
- an ATAR of 95 or higher (if you are applying to the Sydney Conservatorium of Music or the Sydney Dental School you must receive an ATAR of 90 or above)
- The year you complete your secondary education is the ideal time to apply (if you are offered a Sydney Scholars Award, you may defer it for up to two years).
The program is also open to domestic students with outstanding grades who are facing financial hardship or other obstacles to their education. Sydney Scholars Awards on equity and hardship grounds.
- University of Sydney undergraduate degree through UAC in the same year they take their NSW ATAR or equivalent; and a.
- When you complete your HSC or equivalent, you should apply for a scholarship through a University-designated system.
- University of Sydney scholarship recipients must meet the minimum ATAR requirement when they are offered to fund, and
- the following completion of the HSC or equivalent will enroll in an undergraduate or combined undergraduate degree (subject to deferral as stated in Clause 3c)
a: The Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of:
- i. academic merit, and
- ii. personal statement in support of scholarship application
b: According to a committee comprised of faculty deans or their delegates, a scholarship will be awarded by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education).
- A total of $6,000 will be awarded for one year of the recipient’s first undergraduate degree or combined bachelor’s and master’s degree program (agreed program).
- Following each semester census date, the Scholarship will be paid in two equal installments.
- The scholarship can be deferred for up to two years before starting. Scholarships may not be postponed without the permission of the Scholarships Office in advance.
- The University of Sydney Scholarship can be transferred to another undergraduate degree program. The Scholarships Office must approve the scholarship transfer.
- Students who receive a scholarship must enroll full-time in the agreed-upon program during their scholarship’s duration period. Due to extenuating circumstances, such as a medical condition that limits the student’s ability to study full-time, scholarship recipients may hold the scholarship part-time. A part-time scholarship application must be submitted to the Scholarships Office. Payment for a part-time scholarship is 50 percent of the normal semester payment.
- Disadvantageous circumstances could result in the scholarship being revoked. Suspension is approved on a case-by-case basis by the Scholarships Office upon request.
How to apply
- Read the application guide (pdf, 170kb) carefully.
- Complete the online application form and submit all supporting documents (including a personal statement).