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The Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships are awarded to exceptional international students seeking to begin studies for an undergraduate or postgraduate coursework degree at the University of Sydney, in Australia.
The Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic merit as assessed from a student’s application for admission.
Benefits:
Four scholarship amounts are offered based on ranking against selection criteria:
– $40,000 payable for one year in two equal instalments per semester.
– $20,000 payable for one semester.
– $10,000 payable for one semester.
– $5,000 payable for one semester.
The availability of some amounts may be limited to specified cohorts.
Eligibility:
– To be eligible for the Scholarship, applicants must be an international student as defined in Australia’s Higher Education Support Act 2003.
– The applicant must have applied for but not yet commenced an undergraduate or postgraduate coursework degree at the University of Sydney.
– Applicants commencing a second degree at the University of Sydney are eligible provided they have not previously held the Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship.
– Recipients of scholarships provided by the Australian government are not eligible.
– Applicants must complete the Acceptance of their Unconditional Offer by the relevant deadline associated with their scholarship offer round, and remain enrolled after census date.
– The payment will be made on or after the relevant census date.
– Deferral or suspension of the Scholarship is not permitted except in exceptional circumstances.
How to Apply:
No application is required, as all eligible students admitted to the University of Sydney are considered for the scholarship.
For instructions on how to apply to the University of Sydney as an international student, see a step-by-step guide at this link.

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