Macquarie University: Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarship
The Macquarie University Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarship provides a partial tuition fee scholarship for outstanding students to study at Macquarie University North Ryde campus. It has been designed to recognise academic excellence and provide financial assistance for international students. The Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarship is highly competitive and will be awarded progressively through the year to future applicants to Macquarie University based on academic merit.
Established in 1964, Macquarie University began as a bold experiment in higher education. Built to break from traditions: to be distinctive, progressive, and to be transformational. Today their pioneering history continues to be a source of inspiration as we celebrate our place among the best and brightest minds. Recognised internationally, Macquarie University is consistently ranked in the top two per cent of universities in the world and within the top 10 in Australia.
Priority areas: Engineering, Environment, Human Science, Media, Linguistics, and Education.
January and June
Amount of the award
The amount is varied up to AUD$10,000 and it will be applied towards your tuition fee.
Eligibility - nationality
Citizenship of a country other than Australia or New Zealand.
MUST: Have met the University's academic and English requirements for the course to be considered for a scholarship (must hold a full offer of admission for North Ryde by the application deadline). Have achieved a minimum GPA of 3.0 out of 4.0 for Postgraduate applications and minimum requirement of an ATAR equivalent of 90 out of 100 for Undergraduate applications. Have achieved a minimum GPA of 3.0 out of 4.0 for Postgraduate applications and minimum requirement of an ATAR equivalent of 90 out of 100 for Undergraduate applications. Commence study in session and year indicated in the scholarship offer letter. Have applied for a course which has a full-time study load. Commence study in the semester and year indicated in their offer of Scholarship. Commencement may not be deferred.