Macquarie University announces scholarships worth up to AUD $40,000 for India and South-Asia

This annual scholarship is for all eligible students commencing their studies in 2023 onwards

Delhi, August 23, 2022: Macquarie University, one of Australia’s top 10 Universities, today announced an early acceptance scholarship worth AUD 10,000 per year to reward outstanding students in India and South Asia. Students who commence their studies at Macquarie University from 2023 onwards will be eligible for this grant.

Talented students can avail this prestigious scholarship for all undergraduate and postgraduate courses on the University campus. The scholarship grant will be disbursed as AUD $10,000 annual scholarship towards tuition fees covering all coursework degree programs. This would mean a student enrolling in a 4-year undergraduate degree would receive AUD $40,000 over 4 years off their total tuition fees. The applications will be accepted all year-round, and candidates who successfully apply for any undergraduate or postgraduate degree will be automatically assessed for this early acceptance scholarship.

Some of the most popular study areas at Macquarie include Master of Management, Master of Business Analytics, Master of banking and Finance, Master of Data Science, Master of Information Technology, Master of Engineering Management, Master of Professional Accounting, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Information Technology.

To be eligible for this scholarship, the student must be a full-time international student pursuing an undergraduate or postgraduate degree on campus (or online if affected by COVID-19 border regulations) and fulfil the following minimum requirements:

· Be a citizen of a South Asian country (India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka)

· Hold a full offer from Macquarie University

· Accept the offer letter and pay the commencement fee by the acceptance due date

For details on application and eligibility please visit:

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