Applications are open for interested and suitably qualified candidates for the Deakin University Australia Scholarships 2023. The entire application details for the Deakin University Australia Scholarships can be accessed below.
Deakin University Australia Scholarships
Scholarships Opportunities 2023 Applications are now open!
Fully funded Deakin University Australia Scholarships 2023 is open for International Students. The scholarship allows Postgraduate, Undergraduate level programmes (s) in the field of All Subjects taught at Deakin University.
Degree Level of Deakin University Australia Scholarship
Fully funded Deakin University Australia Scholarships 2023 is available to undertake Postgraduate, Undergraduate level programs at Deakin University.
Available Subjects in Deakin University Australia Scholarship
The following subjects are available to study under this scholarship program.
- All Subjects
Deakin University Australia Scholarship Benefits
- 100% of your student contribution (tuition fees).
- A cash payment of $5000 per year ($625 per credit point).
- Participation in the Vice-Chancellor’s Professional Excellence Program – an exclusive opportunity for professional and personal growth that runs for the duration of the scholarship.
- The scholarship is awarded for the normal full-time duration of the course.
Eligibility by Criteria
To be eligible you must be:
- An Australian citizen, New Zealand citizen, Australian permanent resident, or holder of an Australian permanent humanitarian visa
- Commencing at Deakin University with an undergraduate bachelor’s degree in Trimester 1 2023
- Enrolled full-time unless there are exceptional circumstances preventing full-time study
- Enrolled in a Commonwealth-supported place (CSP).
You must be able to demonstrate academic achievement in one of the following:
- An ATAR of at least 95 or International Baccalaureate equivalent
- Dux of your high school.
Consideration will be given to
- your extra-curricular activities and achievements, for example in the areas of leadership, community service, the arts, volunteering, or sport
- students experiencing personal or financial hardship.
Continued eligibility depends on recipients maintaining a Weighted Average Mark (WAM) of at least 70 and participation in the Vice-Chancellor’s Professional Excellence Program.