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UNSW Scholarships for International Students Commencing Term 2, 2022 PUCA1029

University of New South Wales

Location
Australia
Level
Undergraduate/ Bachelor Scholarship  
Publish
December 31, 2021

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31/03/2022

UNSW Scholarships for International Students Commencing Term 2, 2022 PUCA1029

Key

High School Leaver

Indigenous Australians

Rural

UAC & EAS

Criteria

Stage

Value

$5,000 available for 1 year

Residency

International

Opens

01/01/2022

Closes

31/03/2022

For commencement Term 2 2022

Outline

UNSW offers a wide range of scholarships and awards to support International undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students commencing full-time study at UNSW. Some scholarships will provide a full or partial tuition fee payment, while others provide a stipend to assist with the costs associated with your studies. Students wishing to undertake postgraduate research study should contact the Graduate Research School.

On this page you will find information on scholarships and awards that require an application. You will also find details of scholarships and awards that do not require an application. Further details can be found below.

This page and application process is for International students commencing their first term of studies at UNSW in Term 2 2022

Scholarships & Awards that require an Application

By submitting an application for the UNSW Scholarships for International Students Commencing Term 2, 2022 (PUCA1029) you may be considered for the scholarships listed in the below table. More scholarships may be added to this list progressively.

To apply for PUCA1029, please register an account in the Scholarship Application Online portal , or if you have already created an account, log in and submit your application. You can also access the Scholarship Application Online portal using the Register and Login buttons on the right side of this page.

Please note this application will open on 1 January 2022 and close at AEST 11:59PM on 31 March 2022

Scholarship Value and Duration Eligibility
International Scientia Coursework Scholarship (PUCA1025) Offer 1: Full tuition fee scholarships paid directly towards tuition fees for the minimum duration of program. Offer 2: $20,000 per annum paid directly towards tuition fees for the minimum duration of program Be commencing full-time study in a UNSW Undergraduate or Postgraduate coursework degree program (excluding PG online and UNSW Canberra) in Term 2, 2022
Additional Eligibility Criteria

Must have received an offer of admission into an eligible program for Term 2 2022 by 31 March 2022.

Offers of admission must be one of the following:

  • Undergraduate or Postgraduate Letter of Offer (unconditional)
  • Undergraduate or Postgraduate Conditional English Package Offer (UEEC) - students must be enrolled in the UNSW Institute of Languages and successfully complete the program prior to commencing in Term 2 2022.
  • UAC International applicants expecting an offer after ATAR release may still apply.

    Selection Criteria

    Applicants will be assessed on the basis of:

  • Academic merit
  • Leadership skills (school, workplace or community)
  • Extra-curricular activities (sporting, cultural activities, volunteer/work experience)
  • Reasons for undertaking studies at UNSW
  • You must provide evidence supporting the above criteria in your online application. Please refer to the Scholarship Application Supporting Documents for a detailed list of examples.

    Unanswered application questions or claims without supporting documentation will not be assessed. Late applications/supporting documentation will not be accepted.

    Scholarships & Awards that do not require an Application

    Eligible students who have received an offer of admission to UNSW will be automatically considered for the scholarships and awards listed in the table below. You do not need to submit any specific scholarship application or additional supporting documentation to be considered.

    The scholarships and awards listed below will be automatically offered to eligible students on the basis of academic merits highlighted in the application for admission to UNSW.

    Scholarship Value and Duration Additional Criteria
    Australia's Global University Award (PUCA1026) Offer 1: $5,000 for 1 year. Offer 2: $10,000 for 1 year. Payment will be made towards tuition fees in the student's second term of the first year of study Be an International student commencing full-time study on campus in a UNSW Undergraduate or Postgraduate coursework program (excluding PG online and UNSW Canberra) in Term 2, 2022.
    UNSW Global Academic Award (PUCA1027) Offer 1: $5,000 for 1 year. Offer 2: $10,000 for 1 year. Payment will be made towards tuition fees in the student's second term of the first year of study Must be completing a UNSW Global Foundation Studies program (in Sydney or off-shore) Be an International student commencing full-time study on campus in a UNSW Undergraduate (excluding UNSW Canberra) in Term 2, 2022.
    Future of Change Scholarship (UGCE1283) $10,000 p.a. paid as a stipend for minimum duration of program Be a citizen of India, and not a permanent resident of Australia Must be residing in India, prior to commencing study at UNSW for undergraduate applicants. Postgraduate applicants may have prior residence in Australia; and Be commencing full-time study on campus in a UNSW Undergraduate or Postgraduate coursework program (excluding PG online and UNSW Canberra) in Term 2, 2022.
    Future of Change Scholarship Schools Bursary (UGCA1594) $10,000 p.a. paid as a stipend for minimum duration of program Be a citizen of India, and not a permanent resident of Australia Must be residing in India, prior to commencing study at UNSW for undergraduate applicants. Postgraduate applicants may have prior residence in Australia; and Be commencing full-time study on campus in a UNSW Undergraduate or Postgraduate coursework program (excluding PG online and UNSW Canberra) in Term 2, 2022.
    Selection

    Eligible students will be assessed on the basis of:

  • Academic merit
  • UNSW reserves the right not to award a scholarship where there is no applicant of sufficient merit, or if the applicant does not meet the scholarship eligibility and/or selection criteria.