UC Chancellor's Scholarship for International Academic Excellence (UCIAE)
|$5,000 per year||No Application Necessary — Automated Offers|
This is targeted towards current international student school leavers who achieve a ‘raw’ ATAR of 95+ and who have accepted an offer of a place in their first undergraduate degree at the University of Canberra. A current school leaver, in this instance, is someone who has completed an Australian Year 12, the International Baccalaureate, or the New Zealand NCEA Level 3 in the past 2 years prior to UC study. Application for admission will normally be made through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC).
- recipients must have accepted an offer of place and be intending to enrol their first undergraduate degree at UC.
- Recipients must be considered current international student school leavers (those who have completed an Australian Year 12, the International Baccalaureate, or the New Zealand NCEA Level 3 in the past 2 years prior to UC study;
- must be International Student Visa holders;
- recipients must have achieved a ‘raw’ ATAR score of 95 and over. No bonus points or other such ranking will be considered;
How to Apply:
No application is required for the scholarship. All eligible applicants will be considered. Applicants meeting the criteria will receive a separate letter of offer for the scholarship.
Please click here for further information on how to apply to the University of Canberra.
- The scholarship duration is for 3 years of full time study or up to 4 years for a double degree;
- Recipients must maintain their enrolment as a full-time student during the term of the scholarship. Part time study may be considered if exceptional circumstances can be demonstrated;
- Recipients should maintain a minimum of a credit average and adhere to the University of Canberra’s Academic Progress (for Undergraduate Courses and Coursework Postgraduate Programs) Policy. Recipients who do not maintain a credit average may have their scholarship withdrawn.
- Recipients must accept their scholarship offer and commence study in the year awarded. Deferment of the scholarship offer is available for up to 12 months upon request;
In most cases, you will need to provide a written statement addressing the eligibility criteria. You will be asked to upload this along with your supporting documents during the online application process. Your application won't be considered without these.