Destination Australia Scholarship (International students)

  • Master, Bachelor
  • $15,000
  • 13 June 2023
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The Destination Australia Scholarship (International students)’s objective is to attract and support study in regional Australia, grow and develop regional Australian tertiary education providers and offer students a high-quality learning experience.

University of Queensland
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University of Queensland

The University of Queensland (UQ) is one of Australia’s leading research and teaching institutions. UQ strives for excellence through the creation, preservation, transfer and application of knowledge. For more than a century, we have educated and worked with outstanding people to deliver knowledge leadership for a better world.

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Eligibility

  • Are an international student
  • Hold a student visa for the scholarship's duration
  • Are a commencing student
  • Are UQ alumni commencing a different program (for example, Master’s after completing a Bachelor’s degree)
  • Have a full offer to study an eligible program delivered entirely at the UQ Gatton campus (you don’t need to accept your full offer by the scholarship application deadline).

And you:

  • Will study full-time via Internal study mode at UQ’s Gatton campus for the scholarship’s duration
  • Reside in a regional area of Australia for the scholarship’s duration as defined by the Australian Statistical Geography Standard Remoteness Structure 2016 (Australian Bureau of Statistics)

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Benefits

The scholarship offers a $15,000 amount, to help you with your studies

Application

Complete the online application form.

You will need to submit a personal statement (limit 300 words).

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