8 prestigious undergraduate scholarships in Australia


The Land Down Under has always been a favourite choice for study abroad aficionados thanks to its immaculate beaches, top-notch education, and decent post-graduation chances. Numerous Australian scholarships are available every year to international students who are eager to experience some of the top academic programmes available anywhere in the globe.


According to the most recent QS World University Rankings, five Australian universities made the top 50 list, with the prestigious Australian National University taking the top spot at number thirty. The country’s reopening in December 2021 has since demonstrated a good recovery, despite the loss of international student numbers due to pandemic-related travel restrictions.


Universities in Australia are providing top scholarships for international students.



  • Chancellor’s International Scholarship at Australian National University (ANU)



This merit-based scholarship, which has 200 scholarships available and is broken down into 12 categories, is available to all approved overseas students at ANU. Winners are eligible for a 25% waiver for the duration of their undergraduate education. They may also be eligible for awards that are country-specific, and they are always evaluated first for the award with the highest possible value. The deadline for applications is December 15, 2022.



  • Griffith Remarkable Scholarship



This Griffith University Australian scholarship honours outstanding new full-time students. It applies to the full degree programme and pays for half of the tuition cost. Students must have submitted an application for admission to Griffith by the scholarship deadline each trimester and be in compliance with all course prerequisites.



  • International Undergraduate Excellence Scholarship at Bond University



The International Undergraduate Excellence Scholarship, which covers 50% of the tuition for the winner’s programme of choice, will help you pay less. For a chance at this competitive award, you must be a high achiever with an ATAR of 96 or higher. Applications are still being accepted from incoming students.



  • Vice-Chancellor’s Social Champion Scholarship at University of Canberra



Those who begin their studies in the first semester of 2023 will be eligible for this grant. As long as they maintain a minimum grade point average of 80% in their course requirements, international students accepted to any full-time degree programme may be eligible to earn this renowned scholarship, which has an annual value of up to A$50,000. The scholarship is still available and will end on October 9, 2022.



  • Vice Chancellor’s International Student Scholarship at James Cook University (JCU)



This grant, one of the most generous ones that Australia offers to international students, gives winners up to A$40,000 every year for the minimum course length. When you submit your course applications, your weighted average grade is automatically calculated and you are only eligible to apply if you receive an invitation. On October 10, 2022, the next round of assessments will start.



  • Vice-Chancellor Excellence Scholarship for India and Sri Lanka at La Trobe University



If future students from these two nations fulfil all requirements, they may qualify for a 100% tuition fee scholarship. Students must be registered for full-time studies in order to be eligible for the award, which is applicable to bachelor’s-level studies at any of La Trobe’s campuses.


Candidates will be judged on their academic and extracurricular achievements by a selection committee, and award winners must be eager to represent the university as foreign student ambassadors while they are enrolled.



  • Outstanding Academic Excellence Scholarship at Southern Cross University



This scholarship, worth up to A$60,000, is among the greatest available in Australia for international students who wish to reside outside of major cities. The reward will be divided into equal annual payments of A$15,000 for the duration of their studies.


International students accepted into the Bachelor of Engineering System (Honors) and Bachelor of Science programmes at the Lismore campus as well as the Bachelor of Science degree at Coffs Harbour are eligible for the award.



  • Sir John Monash Scholarships for Excellence



With an ATAR of 98+ or equivalent, international students who complete Australian Year 12 or the International Baccalaureate in Australia will be automatically considered for this award. There are only 10 awards given out each year, and the total value is up to A$40,000, given out over a maximum of four years. Given its well-known reputation, the university may encourage winners to participate in marketing or promotional initiatives.

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