The Indian Partner Arts Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship awarded by Macquarie University to students who are citizens of India. Students planning to pursue a postgraduate degree under the Faculty of Arts at the university are eligible for this scholarship.
Students applying for the Indian Partner Arts Scholarship must complete their applications for admission to Macquarie University by December 11 and June 9 for Session I and Session II respectively. They must also accept the admission offer by December 20 and June 19 for the two sessions respectively.
|Scholarship Type||Merit-Based, College-Specific|
|No. of Scholarships||2|
|International Students Eligible||Yes|
|Scholarship Website Link||https://www.mq.edu.au/study/international-students/scholarships/details/indian-partner-arts-scholarship|
Indian Partner Arts Scholarship is eligible for graduates of three premier institutes in India. Additionally, interested candidates need to meet the following criteria:
Students are first required to receive an offer for on-campus study in a post-graduate program in the Faculty of Arts of Macquarie University. After this, students need to contact the International Office at their respective institutes to request to be nominated for the Indian Partner Arts Scholarship at Macquarie University.
Interested students can contact the university regarding any further queries at the following link:
Indian Partner Arts Scholarship is awarded to students based on their academic performance at the UG level. The students are also required to submit proof of the offer to study in an on-campus post-graduate program at the Macquarie University, to their undergraduate institute to get nominated for the scholarship.
Indian Partner Arts Scholarship is awarded to Indian students who have received an undergraduate degree from Lady Shri Ram College for Women (New Delhi), St. Xavier’s College (Kolkata) or Tata Institute of Social Sciences (Mumbai).
Covering 5% of the tuition cost at the Macquarie University, the scholarship helps students enrolled in a postgraduate degree under the Faculty of Arts. The students who receive the Indian Partner Arts Scholarship should bear in mind certain rules and regulations that they are expected to comply with during their study.
|Courses Applicable||Postgraduate degrees and dual degrees|
|Eligible Candidates||Indian Nationals only|
|Scholarship Awarded||50% of tuition fees|
|Award Benefits||Fee Reduction|
The Indian Partner Arts Scholarship is awarded as a result of an MoU (memorandum of agreement) signed between Macquarie University and the three prominent Indian Universities for humanities students.
The agreement stipulates that each participating institute will offer two scholarships to help graduates from these Indian institutes continue their postgraduate education at Macquarie University. Students who receive this award are additionally allowed to find part-time employment during the period of their study to add to their income and also to help them gain work experience.
Some of the other scholarship opportunities for Indian students offered at Macquarie University are Macquarie University India Scholarship that awards 10,000 AUD/ year, Macquarie University International College Scholarship, etc.