Australia Awards Scholarships are long-term awards administered by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
They aim to contribute to the development needs of Australia’s partner countries in line with bilateral and regional agreements.
They provide opportunities for people from developing countries, particularly those countries located in the Indo-Pacific region, to undertake full-time undergraduate or postgraduate study at participating Australian universities and Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutions.
The study and research opportunities provided by Australia Awards Scholarships develop the skills and knowledge of individuals to drive change and contribute to development in their own countries.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Australia Government
Scholarship Type: Tuition Award
Host Institution: All Australia Universities
Scholarship level: Undergraduate or Postgraduate Programs that are connected with your country’s need regions for development are recorded on the taking part country profiles.
Australia Awards are not accessible for training in areas related to flying airplanes, atomic technology, or military preparation.
Nationality: Citizens from one of the participating countries in Asia, the Pacific, Africa, and the Middle East. See the complete list of participating countries.
Scholarship Worth/Value/Duration: The awards benefits, for the most part, include full tuition fees, return air travel, establishment allowance, contribution to living expenses (CLE), Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), Introductory Academic Program (IAP), Pre-course English (PCE) charges.
The awards are presented for the base time frame essential for the person to finish the scholastic program determined by the Australian advanced education establishment, including any preliminary preparation.
To be qualified to get a scholarship, candidates must:
be at least 18 years old on 1 February of the time of starting the grant;
be a resident of a partaking country (as recorded on the Australia Awards site) and be dwelling in and applying for the grant from their nation of citizenship;
not be a resident of Australia, hold long-lasting residency in Australia, or be applying for a visa to live in Australia forever;
not be hitched to, drew in to, or an acceptance of an individual who holds or is qualified to hold, Australian or New Zealand citizenship or long-lasting residency, whenever during the application, determination or assembly stages (note: inhabitants of Cook Islands, Niue, and Tokelau with New Zealand citizenship are qualified yet should apply for a Student visa [subclass 500]);
not be current serving military staff;
not have recently gotten a drawn-out Australia Award except if they have lived outside of Australia for two times the length of the absolute time that they were in Australia (for instance, a past awardee who has been on an Australia Awards Scholarship in Australia for a long time won’t be qualified to apply for one more Australia Awards Scholarship until they have dwelled outside Australia for quite some time);
not hold convictions of crimes (remembering for their nation of origin) including those connecting with Child Protection and PSEAH;
beneficiaries under the Pacific Secondary School Scholarship Program (PSSSP) who have finished their auxiliary school training in Australia in the year-earlier are qualified to apply for a drawn-out Australia Award;
have fulfilled particular models laid out by the Program Area or the public authority of the candidate’s nation of citizenship (for example having worked a specific number of years in a fitting
have the option to fulfill the confirmation prerequisites of the organization at which the honor is to be embraced (this might imply that Program Areas should pull out an honor offered if the beneficiary can’t fulfill the foundation’s affirmation necessities. This may not be known until Program Areas demand a position at chosen organizations);
have the option to fulfill all prerequisites of the Department of Home Affairs to hold a Student Visa. This might imply that the Program Area should pull out an honor offer on the off chance that the beneficiary can’t fulfill the visa prerequisites;
not be applying for a grant for a course of study at a scholarly level lower than currently accomplished (for example by applying for a Master’s grant when they as of now hold a Ph.D.); and
candidates should educate the Program Area regarding any association or relationship to staff utilized at Program Areas (counting privately drew in staff at post) or with overseeing project workers so that the
the application might be appropriately and straightforwardly made due.
Take a look at the open and close dates for your nation, and select your nation of citizenship/residency from the rundown of partaking nations for explicit data on qualification, need regions, and how to apply. Applications should be possible on the web or via mail (if incapable to apply on the web). The cutoff time is 29 April 2022 except Tonga which is still to be reported.
It is essential to peruse the how to apply page and visit the country explicit pages, and the authority site (connect found beneath) for nitty-gritty and refreshed data on the most proficient method to apply for this grant.