There are 64 different scholarship programs in University of Sunshine Coast. Under these scholarship programs, University of Sunshine Coast offers 400+ scholarships every year. These scholarships are for both national and international students. Students who want to attend bachelor degree program can apply for these scholarships. Students who have completed the bachelor degree and looking forward to getting admitted for graduate programs like Masters of Science (MSc), Masters of Business Administration (MBA), Masters of Arts (MA) or other graduate degree programs can apply for these scholarship. Scholarship is available for doctoral programs as well. There are many outstanding extraordinary researcher who has the potential to change the world through their extra-ordinary research works. Scholarship for these types of PhD candidates are also available. No matter in which level of education the student is trying to seek – bachelor degree, master’s degree of PhD degree, scholarship is available here.
The University of Notre Dame has 23 different scholarship program. But the number of scholarship is offered every year is more than 350. So, if you are looking forward to studying in Australia and particularly if you want to study in Australia with Scholarship, University of Notre Dame will be a very good choice. This university was established in 1989. It has campuses in Fremantle and Broome, Western Australia, Sydney and in New South Wales, Australia. University of Notre Dame is mainly a catholic university. To apply for scholarships in University of Notre Dame, use the links provided below.
Applicants must: be female; be UWS College students; and be enrolled in a UWS College Foundation studies program. Preference will be given to mature age students and single parents.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; receive an offer to study full-time in the Bachelor of Social Science (Geography & Urban Studies)/Master of Urban Management and Planning at UWS; have resided in the Wollondilly Local Government Area for at least 1 year prior to commencement of studies at UWS; be enthusiastic ambassadors for Wollondilly; and be willing to take an active role in supporting their community and engaging with Council.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; receive an offer to study or be currently enrolled in an undergraduate program in agriculture, the environment or animal science at the UWS Hawkesbury campus; and be starting at UWS for the first time. Selection is based on academic results.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; have applied through UAC for a place at UWS, nominating a UWS course as their first preference; demonstrate a high level of academic achievement through a minimum ATAR of 90, or equivalent; provide evidence of leadership and community involvement (e.g. School Captain, community service, sport, the arts, public speaking, Maths/Science Olympiads, Duke of Edinburgh award, etc); and currently reside in, or have completed their HSC within, the Greater Western Sydney region. Selection is based on ATAR results, personal statements and an interview.