The Macquarie University invites applications for the Macquarie University Vice-Chancellor Scholarship awarded to recognize academic excellence for international students for the 2021/22 session.
This highly competitive scholarship is based on academic merit and awarded to future students.
About Macquarie University
Founded in 1964, Macquarie University started as a bold experimentation in higher education. Structured to break from traditions: to be unique, progressive, and to be transformational. Today, their pioneering history keeps on being a source of inspiration as they celebrate their place among the best and sharpest minds.
Recognised globally, Macquarie University is regularly ranked in the top two per cent of schools in the world and within the top 10 in Australia.
Their research is pioneering the way in ground-breaking findings. Their academics are at the forefront of novelty and, as accomplished researchers, they are embracing the chance to tackle the big issues of our time.
Headed by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor S Bruce Dowton, Macquarie has four faculties. The newest – Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences – was created in 2014. They are also home to some of Australia’s most remarkable facilities – centres of innovation that unite their scholars, researchers, academics and partners to accomplish great things.
Uniquely situated in the heart of Australia’s biggest high-tech district, Macquarie unites 40,000 scholars and 2000 staff in one flourishing hub of discovery. Their campus spans 126 hectares, with open green space that gives their community the allowance to think and grow.
More than AU$1 billion has recently been invested in their facilities and infrastructure so their students and staff can thrive in an environment that is inspiring and switched on to the latest digital technologies.
With over 300 leading companies located on or around the Macquarie campus, their students are able to tap into industry connections that give them an edge in their future careers, while their staffs have access to outstanding research and innovation opportunities with some of the world’s leading organisations.
Worth of Macquarie University Vice-Chancellor Scholarship
This scholarship awards up to AUD $10,000, applied towards your tuition fee.
Eligibility for Macquarie University Vice-Chancellor Scholarship
Applicants for the Macquarie University Vice-Chancellor Scholarship must:
- Satisfy the Academic and English language criteria for a Macquarie University Bachelor or Postgraduate Coursework Degree.
- Attain a minimum WAM equivalent of 65 for graduate applications; or a minimum ATAR equal to 85 for Undergraduate applications.
- Be admitted into a Macquarie University Bachelor or Graduate Coursework Degree starting in 2021 or 2022.
- Enrol and begin your course as per your Letter of Offer. Commencement may not be deferred.
- Keep your enrolment all through your program in a full‐time study load which is 8 standard units per academic session.
- Meet the University’s Academic progression policy.
- This Macquarie University Vice-Chancellor Scholarship is for on-campus study only (available for students studying online and/or offshore as a result of COVID-19).
- Candidates who have obtained any other Macquarie University scholarship award will not be qualified for this scholarship award.
- You are not eligible if you have applied or are currently enrolled at Macquarie University International College.
- You are not eligible if you are a citizen of Australia or New Zealand, or hold permanent residency of Australia.
- If you withdraw from your program before completion, you may be required to repay any scholarship previously awarded to you during your study period at Macquarie University based on the outcome as decided by the scholarships and grants committee.
How to Apply for Macquarie University Vice-Chancellor Scholarship
- Candidates are required to complete an online program application form. Once your course application has been processed, you will receive a Macquarie University Student Number which is compulsory to submit the online scholarship application form.
- Candidates have to complete an online scholarship application form and indicate “VCIS” in the Scholarship Name field.
- Applications are ongoing.
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