Government of Australia Deadline: April 30, 2018 (annually)
Bachelor / Master / Doctorate Studying in: Australia
The course starts in 2018
The Australian Awards Scholarships, formerly known as the Australian Development Scholarships (ADS), offer people in developing countries, particularly in countries of the Indo-Pacific region, the opportunity to attend a full-time university or a higher university. and higher education. (TAFE) institutions.
Each participating Australian institution
Level (s) of study:
Bachelor’s or Master’s degree programs that focus on the areas of development of your country and are listed in the profiles of the participating countries.
Australian Prizes are not available for training in areas related to airborne aircraft, nuclear technology or military training.
Number of scholarships: Not specified.
Citizens from one of the participating countries in Asia, the Pacific, Africa and the Middle East. See the full list of participating countries.
Value / Inclusions / duration of the scholarship:
Scholarships typically inclu : full-time education, round-trip travel, education allowance, subsistence allowance, student health insurance abroad, induction program, employment rates. English course (PCE) etc. See the full list of benefits on the official website.
Scholarships are offered for the minimum period required to complete the Australian University’s academic program, including preparatory training.
In order to qualify for a scholarship, the candidate must:
to. be at least 18 years old at the beginning of the scholarship
Second. be a citizen of a participating country (as listed on the Australian Awards website) and reside there and apply for the grant from your country of citizenship
do. unmarried, engaged, or indeed a person who is or is entitled to Australian or New Zealand citizenship or permanent residence, at any time during the application, selection or mobilization phase (Note: Resident of the Cook Islands), Niue and Tokelau with New Zealand citizenship are eligible but must apply for a student visa (subclass 500) and may not be military in the current service
Re. not being an Australian citizen, permanent resident of Australia or applying for a visa to live permanently in Australia
my. You may not apply for another Australian extended stay unless you have stayed outside Australia twice during your entire stay in Australia
F. has met all the specific criteria set by the program sector or by the government of the nationality state of the applicant (for example, after several years in a suitable sector)
Grams. Ability to meet the eligibility requirements of the institution awarding the prize
H. to be able to meet all immigration requirements in order to obtain a student visa.
I. Applicants must inform the program area of any relationship or relationship with staff employed in the program areas or of the contractor’s administration in order to manage the application in an appropriate and transparent manner.
Read the full eligibility criteria in the Australian Policy Policy Handbook (PDF)
Most applications started on February 1, 2018. The Australian Awards for Africa are now closed.
Review the opening and closing dates of your country and select your country of citizenship/residence from the list of participating countries for specific information on eligibility, priority areas and how to apply. The deadline varies by country. The deadline for most countries is 30 April 2018, with the exception of Cambodia (15 April), Kiribati (TBC), Laos (23 March), Papua New Guinea (28 February) and Vanuatu (31 March). ).
It is important to read the page for requesting and visiting the country-specific pages, and the official website (link below) for detailed and up-to-date information on how to apply for this scholarship.