Queensland University Scholarships 2023

Queensland University Scholarships 2022-2023 are currently open for international students. These scholarships are offered for undergraduate and masters studies. These scholarships is worth up to $10,000.

The University of Queensland (UQ) is a public research university primarily located in Brisbane, Australia. Founded in 1909 by the state parliament, UQ is Australia’s fifth oldest university. UQ is considered one of Australia’s leading universities and is ranked as one of the most reputable in the world.

Scholarship Summary

  • Level of Study: Undergraduate / Masters
  • Institution(s): Queensland University
  • Study in: Australia
  • Opportunity Focus Areas:
    • Architecture, Design and Urban Planning, Computer Science and IT, Engineering (For EAIT International Award – Year 12)
    • Agriculture and Environment, Architecture, Planning and Design, Science and Mathematics (Science International Scholarship)
  • Program Period: 1 year
  • Deadline:
    • January 28, 2022 for EAIT International Award – Year 12
    • June 30, 2022 for Science International Scholarship

Scholarship Coverage

Queensland University offer following scholarships:

Science International Scholarship:

  • Scholarship value $3,000.
  • Payment of scholarships is conditional on scholarship recipients meeting the
    obligations outlined above, as applicable, at the payment date.
  • UQ will pay the scholarship winners after the academic census date in the first
    semester of study.
  • UQ will pay into each recipient’s nominated Australian bank account.

EAIT International Award – Year 12:

  • The total value of this award is $10,000 to assist the recipient with expenses for the indicated degree program.
  • A payment of $5000 will be applied to the student’s UQ account following the census date of their first two semesters of study, i.e. 31 March or 31 August.

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Eligibility Criteria for Queensland University Scholarships

To qualify for Queensland University Scholarship for International Students, candidates must fulfill all of the following requirements below:

  • Required Languages: English
  • Eligible Countries: All world countries

Science International Scholarship:

  • Be able to be classified as an international student in Australia.
  • By the scholarships closing date, submit all documentation to meet conditions associated with an offer from UQ for an approved program.
  • Demonstrate strong academic performance as part of the UQ program application.
  • Be enrolling in a program administered by the UQ Faculty of Science; the program must be of more than one year’s duration (full time).
  • Be enrolling in their first semester of study at UQ.
  • If you are already enrolled at UQ and seek a program change, you are not eligible for
    these scholarships.
  •  Students enrolling in non-award, Study Abroad, or Exchange programs are ineligible.
  • Each scholarship winner must:
    • Commence study in the semester indicated in the UQ offer letter.
    • Make the best possible attempt to successfully complete the program of study.
    • Permit UQ to publish their name and photo, and degree program name, and identify
    them as a scholarship winner.
    • Provide a testimonial and suitable photo for publication.

EAIT International Award – Year 12:

  • Are intending to enroll as a full-time student in an Engineering, Architecture or IT undergraduate program in 2022
  • Are not receiving fee sponsorship
  • Are an international student.

How to Apply for Queensland University Scholarship?

Science International Scholarship:

  1. Lodge an official UQ undergraduate or postgraduate program directly to The University of Queensland from here
  2. Receive a UQ Student ID Number and an offer.
  3. Complete the Science International Scholarship online application form here
  4. Submit your Application by 5 pm (AEST) on the scholarship closing date.

EAIT International Award – Year 12:

  1. Apply using the online application form.
  2. You’ll need a personal statement explaining:
    • why you want to study your chosen program and how the scholarship will benefit you
    • you can also include information about any relevant extra-curricular activities which may support your application.

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