University of Queensland 2023 Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship for International Students
The University of Queensland is currently accepting applications from eligible and exceptional international students for the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship. This scholarship opportunity is open to those who intend to pursue a full-time degree program at the University. If you meet the requirements, you are encouraged to apply for this prestigious scholarship.
International students enrolling in an undergraduate degree program at the University of Queensland have the opportunity to apply for the University of Queensland Academic Scholarship program. This program provides financial support of up to $12,000 to assist students with their studies. If you are an eligible international student, you can take advantage of this opportunity to receive financial assistance towards your undergraduate education at the University of Queensland.
The UQ Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship is a component of the UQ Academic Scholarship program. It was established in 2009 and is sustained through contributions from The University of Queensland as well as various donors. This particular scholarship is specifically designated for undergraduate students who fall into one of the following categories: Australian Permanent Resident, New Zealand Citizen, or international student who has completed or is currently completing Years 11 and 12 in Australia. If you meet these eligibility criteria, you can apply for the UQ Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship as part of the broader UQ Academic Scholarship program.
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Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Queensland’s Vice-Chancellor
Host Institution(s): University of Queensland, Australia
Scholarship Worth: Up to $12,000
Number of Awards: Several
Scholarship Level: Undergraduates
Nationality: Domestic & International Students
Requirement and Eligibility Criteria for the University of Queensland Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship:
- Applicants must achieve a minimum ATAR of 99.90 (or equivalent)
- Completed Year 12 in 2023 or 2022 (if you’re on a gap year).
And either of the below:
- Australian citizen or Australian Permanent Humanitarian Visa Holder; or
- Australian Permanent Resident, New Zealand Citizen, or international student who is completing or has completed Years 11 and 12 in Australia.
- Have not completed any previous tertiary study other than as part of your Year 11–12 studies (e.g. Enhanced Studies Program)
- Have applied for a tertiary place through QTAC and have UQ listed as your 1st QTAC preference as at 19 December
- Are intending to enrol as a full-time student in a UQ undergraduate program in 2024 (or 2025 if deferring your tertiary place).
Application Procedures for the University of Queensland Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship (How to Apply):
To apply for the UQ Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship and other scholarships under the UQ Academic Scholarships Program, you should use the UQ application portal. The portal allows you to save your application and return to it whenever convenient.
When completing the application, make sure you have the following information ready:
- Your QTAC reference number: This is a unique identifier provided by the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC) when you apply for tertiary education in Queensland.
- A list of your three most outstanding achievements from Years 11 and 12: These achievements can include academic accomplishments, leadership roles, and involvement in community service.
Remember, you only need to submit one application to be considered for all scholarships offered within the UQ Academic Scholarships Program.
Application Deadline: December 04, 2023
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