Sydney Vice-Chancellor International Scholarship is designed to reward the meritorious international students. The scholarship scheme is applicable to the full-time coursework programs at the University of Sydney.
The university doesn’t ask applicants to complete an additional scholarship application as they will be auto-considered. For the upcoming session, applications must submit their admission applications before June 12, 2020.
|Scholarship Type||Merit-Based, Awards, College-Specific|
|Organization||University of Sydney|
|No. of Scholarships||N/A|
|International Students Eligible||Yes|
|Scholarship Website Link||https://www.sydney.edu.au/scholarships/e/vice-chancellor-international-scholarships-scheme.html|
To be eligible for Sydney Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarship applicants fulfill the eligibility criteria given below:
To apply for the Sydney Vice Chancellor's International Scholarship, students just have to complete an application for their chosen Bachelor's or Master's program. No separate application is required.
The deadline for the upcoming UG and PG admissions at the University of Sydney is June 12, 2020.
The selection committee at the University of Sydney Comprises of nominees of the Executive Director, Admissions Office, and Global Student Recruitment.
Sydney Vice Chancellor's International Scholarship is majorly granted on the basis of the academic merit of an applicant. However, there are other factors that are taken into consideration such as:
Also, an applicant’s performance in the interview session (conducted for admission purpose) is also curial.
Sydney Vice Chancellor's International Scholarship 2020 is available to prodigious achievers applying, to study in Australia, in a UG or PG degree program at the University of Sydney.
Four Sydney Vice Chancellor's International Scholarship amounts are distributed based on a ranking against the evaluation criteria:
|40,000 AUD||One-year; payable in 2 installments|
Note: The distribution of a few scholarship amounts may be limited to specified cohorts.
Students who receive the Scholarship will be expected to promote and market the university, program, and benefits of the scholarship.