Sydney Scholar Awards 2020 for International Undergraduate Students – Australia
The Sydney Scholars Awards offers Year 12 (SS 3) students the opportunity to apply for scholarships ranging from $6,000 to $10,000 in value and awarded in duration from one year, up to 5 years (combined degrees).
Application Deadline: 30th September 2019 at 11.59 PM
Offered annually? Yes
Eligible Countries: All
To be taken at (country): Australia
About the Award: These prestigious scholarships will be offered to students who meet the eligibility and selection criteria below. If you are an international student, have recently completed an International Baccalaureate or educational award equivalent to the HSC, and are applying for admission through UAC, you are also eligible to apply.
Eligibility: You must:
- be a domestic student (this includes New Zealand citizens), or an international student who has recently completed an International Baccalaureate (or educational award equivalent to the HSC)
- be applying for admission through UAC
- have achieved an ATAR of 95 or above (if you are applying to the Sydney Conservatorium of Music or the Sydney Dental School you must receive an ATAR of 90 or above)
- apply in the year that you complete your secondary education (if you are offered a Sydney Scholars Award, you may defer it for up to two years).
Selection Criteria: Selection criteria will be on the basis of equity and a broader level of academic ability.
Number of Awardees: 3
Value of Scholarship: There are three Sydney Scholars Awards ranging from $6000 to $10,000 per year, and are tenable for one to five years (including for combined undergraduate degrees):
- $10,000 per year for duration of undergraduate degree (only available to domestic students with a minimum ATAR of 99.90 or equivalent)
- $6000 per year for duration of undergraduate degree
- $6000 for one year of undergraduate degree.
How to Apply:
- Read the application guide (pdf, 154KB) carefully.
- Complete the online application form and submit all supporting documents (including a personal statement).
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