The Sydney International Student Award celebrates our diverse and talented community of international students. We want to help motivated applicants to achieve their personal and academic goals, by supporting their study at the University of Sydney.
Recipients will be awarded a University contribution of 20 percent of their tuition fee for the duration of their course.
About University Of Sydney
When William Charles Wentworth proposed the idea of Australia’s first university in 1850, he imagined “the opportunity for the child of every class to become great and useful in the destinies of this country”.
We’ve stayed true to that original value and purpose by promoting inclusion and diversity for the past 160 years.
It's the reason that, as early as 1881, we admitted women on an equal footing to male students. Oxford University didn't follow suit until 30 years later, and Jesus College at Cambridge University did not begin admitting female students until 1974.
It's also ... read more
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University of Sydney Bachelors
Aim and Benefits of University of Sydney Bachelors
20% contribution to your tuition fees.
Requirements for University of Sydney Bachelors Qualification
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- be an international student
- be an Indian citizen (dual Australian and New Zealand citizens are not eligible)
- receive admission into a full-time undergraduate coursework, postgraduate coursework, or postgraduate research degree, commencing in 2022.\*
- not be an Australian or New Zealand citizen, or a permanent resident of Australia
- not have already started a degree at the University of Sydney at the time that you apply for the award. However, you are eligible if you are completing a degree here and are applying for the award with a second degree.
Application DeadlineJanuary 31, 2022
How to Apply
Interested and qualified? Go to University Of Sydney on www.sydney.edu.au