Here is another reason for Indians to study in Australia. Macquarie University has announced scholarship worth more than AUD 1.8 million for outstanding students in India. The aim of this is to support and give opportunities for postgraduate female students and undergraduate students across all Macquarie courses.
The Macquarie International Women's Scholarship for postgraduate female students will enable women in India to achieve their career goals by improving the affordability of acquiring an internationally renowned Masters degree from Macquarie. It will provide for up to AUD 11,000 in tuition fees for the full duration of the course.
The Macquarie University Undergraduate Scholarship is being offered to applicants applying for undergraduate degrees and provides for up to AUD 17,000 in tuition fees for the full duration of the course for academic session commencing in 2017.
"Macquarie has one of the most generous scholarship programs in Australia, and we are excited to launch this program providing fantastic support to stand-out undergraduate students as well as exceptional female postgraduate candidates. We look forward to receiving applications from some of the brightest young minds in India" said Pro Vice-Chancellor, International, Nicole Brigg.
Applicants for both scholarships will be required to meet the English requirements for the course they have selected and meet a minimum academic score in their last completed qualification.
1 month prior to course commence date. Student must have an unconditional offer letter to be eligible for the scholarship. Macquarie University has intakes in February and July for most programs.
How to apply?
Weblink for the scholarships
About Macquarie University, Australia
Established in Sydney in 1964, Macquarie University is consistently ranked amongst the Top 10 universities in Australia (ARWU, 2015) and Top 250 in the world (QS, 2015). It is ranked amongst the top 100 in the world in nine disciplines (QS 2015 rankings by subject).
It was created during a time of extraordinary social transformation to be a different kind of university: it was, and will always be, a bold experiment in higher education. True to its founders' vision, the University has challenged the conventional thinking of academia through innovations in its campus set-up, curricula, interdisciplinary research and engagement with industry and the wider community.