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100 South Asia Excellence Scholarships at University of Newcastle, Australia 2022-2023. Scholarships assist students in achieving their educational and career objectives. Therefore, the University of Newcastle is offering the South Asia Excellence Scholarships for the academic session 2022-2023.
The South Asia Excellence Scholarship has been established to attract high-performing students to study at the University of Newcastle. This is a merit-based scholarship that recognizes applicants with a strong academic background.
This scholarship will support your education and help you cover your expenses.
The University of Newcastle colloquially referred to as Newcastle University, is a public university in Australia that is ranked 207th in the world by the QS World University Rankings. Its mission is to provide an exceptional student experience.
Why study at the University of Newcastle? The University’s world-class research and strong national and international partnerships drive innovation that challenges conventional thinking, breaks new ground, and changes lives. Newcastle is a research-intensive university with a vibrant and progressive research culture. They allowed learning from passionate and talented teaching staff with strong industry connections and expertise.
Application Deadline: Applications must be received by 17 April 2022
University or Organization: University of Newcastle
Course Level: Undergraduate or postgraduate
Number of Awards: 100
Access Mode: Online
Nationality: South Asian
The award can be taken in Australia
Eligible Countries: Students from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka.
Eligible Course or Subjects: Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Honors’) (Diagnostic Radiography), Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Honors) (Nuclear Medicine), Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Honors’) (Radiation Therapy), Bachelor of Medical Science, and Doctor of Medicine, Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (Honors), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honors’), Bachelor of Oral Health Therapy, Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honors’), Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honors), Bachelor of Podiatry.
Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the given criteria:
- Hold a passport from an eligible South Asia country: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
- Be commencing study in an eligible undergraduate or postgraduate coursework degree program at the University (excluding ELICOS, Enabling, Non-Award, and Higher Degrees by Research programs and programs delivered at offshore campuses).
- Be an International full-fee paying student.
- The applicants must be commencing in an eligible program at an Australian or Online campus as indicated in your Letter of Offer.
- Meet all of the financial obligations of a full-fee paying international student, including the full tuition fee and other expenses to obtain your student visa, and if eligibility for the scholarship is not maintained.
How to Apply: Students must have to take admission at the University. Scholarships will be automatically awarded to students who have received an offer to study in an eligible, non-quota program.
Supporting Documents: Applicants must submit an Academic transcript
- Completion certificate
- Evidence of English proficiency
- Passport biometric page
- For programs requiring work experience, a curriculum vitae (CV)/resume and/or letters of work experience are recommended.
Admission Requirements: Applicants must meet the University’s entry requirements.
Language Requirement: Students must have to fulfill the University’s language requirements.
The scholarship is valued at AU$10,000 for each year of study under full-time study load, apportioned over each course taken (pro-rata with an approved load reduction on program plan, credits exemptions, progression, or wellbeing grounds).