Scholarship in Australia & New Zealand

If you are looking to study abroad in Australia or New Zealand, then you should certainly consider how much it is going to cost you. 

Tuition fees are fairly high in both countries, as is the cost of living, so it’s important that you are aware of the level of funding that you might need. 

However, one way to help to minimise your costs is to apply for scholarships and grants. Each government has a few scholarships for international students from certain countries which could be a good first place to look. Or if there is a specific university that you have your heart set on it is always worth checking to see if they have any scholarships that might suit you. 

This is by no means an exhaustive list of the scholarships that are available to you. 

Types of scholarships

University scholarships – Most universities will offer some kind of scholarships for international students, so your institution of choice should be your first port of call when considering funding. 

Financial scholarships – These scholarships are based on the financial need of the students. The majority of these may only be available to domestic students but some universities will give out needs-based scholarships to international students.

Merit scholarships – For students who are either academically gifted, or aim to broaden a university’s research focus. 

Country-based scholarships – These scholarships are targeted at students from developing countries in particular.

Government-funded scholarships – There are a number of government-funded programmes and scholarships, some of which are listed below. 

Privately-funded scholarships – Sometimes private businesses or donors will fund scholarships for international students. These are also more likely to be targeted at developing countries and minority groups, or in specific areas of study.

Part scholarships – These can range from a small one-off payment the student can use towards their fees or a larger payment that is staggered to cover certain costs of going to university. 

Australia

Australian government and private scholarships

Australia Awards Scholarship – For students in developing countries particularly those in the Indo-Pacific region, this scholarship facilitates full undergraduate or postgraduate study at participating Australian universities. It includes full tuition fees, return air travel, contribution to living expenses and health cover among other things. 

Endeavor Postgraduate Scholarship Awards – These provide full financial support for international students seeking to do a master’s or PhD in any field of study in Australia. 

International Postgraduate research scholarships – The IPRS Programme enables international students to study for a postgraduate qualification and work alongside academic researchers in Australia. The scholarship covers tuition fees and health cover costs. 

Destination Australia – Destination Australia is a government mobility programme which encourages international and domestic students to study in regional Australia. 

Research Training Programme – Postgraduate-level scholarships for domestic and international students to study a research degree at a participating Australian university. 

Australian APEC Women in Research Fellowship – This fellowship is for high-achieving female researchers from APEC economies to conduct research in partnership with an Australian university. 

University scholarships

Australian Catholic University – Provides scholarships for international undergraduate and postgraduate students based on academic merit.

Australian National University – There are a number of scholarships for international students at all study levels.

Adelaide Scholarships International – These scholarships aim to boost the University of Adelaide’s research output by attracting international students to undertake research degrees there. The scholarship includes course tuition fees, annual living allowance and health insurance.

Curtin University International Research Scholarships – International scholarships for students undertaking master’s or PhD programmes.

University of Sydney International Research Scholarships – For students looking to undertake a postgraduate research degree or master’s programme and will cover tuition fees for up to three years.

Macquarie University International Scholarships – Provides a partial tuition fee scholarship for academically bright students to study an undergraduate or postgraduate degree. The amount varies up to A$10,000 (£5,586).

Flinders International Postgraduate Scholarships – These are awarded to applicants looking to pursue a full-time research higher degree. It covers tuition fees, living allowance, establishment allowance, relocation costs and airfares. 

La Trobe Academic Excellence Scholarships for International Students – Targeted towards high-achieving international students from all countries on undergraudte and postgraduate programmes. 

Monash University International Merit Scholarships – for outstanding international students wishing to pursue an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at Monash University.

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Scholarship in Singapore

National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technology University are the top universities in the world offering some of the most renowned courses and scholarships in singapore. The three top universities in Singapore, National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technology University and Singapore Management University feature in the top 100 in the top universities in Asia.

Top university scholarships to study in Singapore are:

 

National University of Singapore Scholarships

Science & Technology (S&T) Undergraduate Scholarship

A National University of Singapore scholarship, the Science & Technology Undergraduate Scholarship, is offered to  outstanding freshmen Asian countries. No separate application is required for the scholarship to study in Singapore. All undergraduate applications from Asian countries will be considered for this scholarship in singapore.

Science & Technology (S&T) Undergraduate Scholarship: Eligibility Criteria

The aspirants for this scholarship in Singapore are required to:

 

  • Be Asian students excluding Singaporeans
  • Possess strong leadership qualities and potential
  • Possess excellent co-curricular and extracurricular interests
  • Possess outstanding high school results
  • Apply for admission to full-time undergraduate degree programme in Computing, Engineering or Science at NUS

Science & Technology (S&T) Undergraduate Scholarship: Scholarship Benefits

One of the most prestigious scholarships, the Science & Technology (S&T) Undergraduate Scholarship offers a number of benefits including:

 

  • Tuition fees and compulsory fees to study in Singapore
  • Yearly living allowance of S$6,000
  • Settling-in allowance (one-time) upon enrolment of S$200
  • Yearly accommodation allowance
  • One-way air ticket to and from the home country to Singapore

Science & Technology (S&T) Undergraduate Scholarship: Terms & Conditions 

 

  • The scholarship in Singapore is available for undergraduate students pursuing a few disciplines of Engineering, Engineering science,  Computing (Business Analytics, Computer Science Courses, Information Systems,  and Information Security, Data Science and Analytics, Environmental Biology specialisation, Food Science & Technology, Industrial & Systems Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Science at NUS.
  • The Science & Technology (S&T) Undergraduate Scholarship awardees are required to serve a six-year bond with a Singapore-registered company after graduation.
  • This scholarship in Singapore awardees are not allowed to accept any other scholarship, fellowship, bursary, grant, award or allowance without NUS approval.
  • There will be constant academic monitoring  of the awardees. This study in Singapore scholarship will be renewed semesterly provided the awardee maintains a Cumulative Average Point (CAP) of at least 3.5 (or equivalent) as well as and good conduct.
  • Scholars can go for overseas program for 1 semester only.
  • In case the scholar decides to withdraw from the university, s/he might require to repay the amount already disbursed.

Nanyang Technical University Scholarships

Renaissance Engineering Programme Scholarship (REPS)

The Renaissance Engineering Programme (REP) Scholarship is awarded to outstanding freshmen who are pursuing a full-time Renaissance Engineering Programme to study in Singapore at the Nanyang Technical University.

REP Scholarship Eligibility

 

  • All nationalities can apply for REP scholarship
  • The REP Scholarship awardees have to complete a full-time undergraduate Renaissance Engineering Programme in NTU
  • The applicant must have a Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ level, Diploma awarded by a polytechnic in Singapore, NUS High School Diploma, IB Diploma or Year 12 equivalent qualifications.
  • The applicant should also have good extracurricular and cocurricular experience.

REP Scholarship Benefits

The REP scholarship are offered for the full undergraduate program duration. The awardee is expected to maintain a good conduct as well as academic record for the scholarship to be continues. The scholarship amount includes:

 

  • Complete tuition fee post the subsidy to study in Singapore
  • An allowance of S$6,000 per year for living for all years except the third year. The third year allowance is decided by the the REP Office.
  • An allowance of S$500 per year for books and academic material.
  • Awardees living in NTU hostels will be given an accommodation allowance of up to S$2,000 per academic year
  • One-time computer allowance of S$1,750
  • The awardees in the third year will receive an overseas benefit. They are:
    • enrollment and tuition at partner university
    • Return airfare
    • Accommodation and meals at the university the REP scholar is visiting for the industrial internship
    • The REP scholar are not required to serve any extra bond apart from the one applicable to all the international students and PRs of Singapore

REP Scholarship Terms & Conditions

 

  • REP Scholars cannot hold more than one scholarship without the approval of the university study in Singapore
  • The REP scholar is required to maintain a minimum CGPA of 3.75/5
  • The scholarship condition also mentions behaviour and the scholarship may be withdrawn if the scholar’s behaviour is unsatisfactory.

REP Scholarship Application Procedures

The REP scholarship is awarded to those students who have applied to Nanyang Technical University for an undergraduate program. The aspirants are required to apply for the course before they apply for the scholarship.The eligibility criteria for REP scholars to study in Singapore is:

 

  • Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ level
  • Diploma awarded by a polytechnic in Singapore
  • NUS High School Diploma
  • IB Diploma
  • Applicants with Year 12 equivalent results

REP Scholarship Applying

 

Once the application for scholarship is filled, the candidates will be provided with a link to be forwarded to the school teacher who will provide an appraisal for the student. The school teacher will also fill the personal details like Date of birth, NTU applications number and other details to provide the appraisal. The appraisal form is to be filled within 7 days of filling the scholarship application. The appraisal should not be sent no later than 3 weeks from the date of submission of scholarship application.

REP Scholarship:Selection Interview

The interviews for the scholarship will be conducted between March and May. Shortlisted candidates will be email latest by May. Aspirants not shortlisted will not be informed.

NTU-University Scholars Programme (NTU-USP) Scholarship 

This prestigious scholarship is awarded to outstanding freshmen who are pursuing the NTU-University Scholars Programme.

NTU-USP Scholarship: Eligibility 

 

  • The scholarship is open to aspirants from all nationalities to study in Singapore.
  • The scholarship awardees are required to complete a full-time undergraduate degree program in NTU and be on the NTU-University Scholars Program (NTU-USP).
  • The aspirants are required to have outstanding Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ level, Diploma awarded by a polytechnic in Singapore, NUS High School Diploma, IB Diploma or Year 12 equivalent qualifications.
  • The aspirant should also have good co-curricular records.
  • The eligibility conditions also requires strong leadership qualities and potential in an aspirant.

NTU-USP Scholarship: Benefits 

The NTU-USP scholarships are offered to students who are enrolled for a full undergraduate program. The awardee is expected to not only maintain excellent academic records, s/he is also required to maintain a good conduct throughout the study duration. The scholarship amount includes:

 

  • Full tuition fee post the subsidy to study in Singapore
  • An allowance of S$6,500 per year for living for all years except the third year.
  • Awardees living in NTU hostels will be given an accommodation allowance of up to S$2,000 per academic year
  • One-time computer allowance of S$1,750
  • The aspirants are eligible for a travel grant of S$5,000 for an abroad study or attachment programme one time only which are subject to terms and conditions in the Travel Grant Form.
  • The awardees in the third year will receive an overseas benefit. They are:
    • Enrollment and tuition at partner university
    • Return airfare
    • Accommodation and meals at the university the REP scholar is visiting for the industrial internship
    • The NTU-USP scholar are not required to serve any extra bond apart from the one applicable to all the international students and PRs of Singapore

The scholarship awardees are not required to serve any bond attached to the NTU-USP Scholarship post their study in Singapore. The aspirants, however, have to serve the three-year bond which is applicable to all Singapore PRs and international students under the MOE Tuition Grant Scheme.

NTU-USP Scholarship: Terms & Conditions 

 

  • NTU-USP Scholars cannot hold more than one scholarship without the approval of the university
  • The NTU-USP scholar is required to maintain a minimum CGPA of 3.5/5. The Academic performance will be reviewed every semester for continuing the scholarship.
  • The scholarship condition also mentions behaviour and the scholarship may be withdrawn if the scholar’s behaviour is unsatisfactory.

NTU-USP Scholarship: Application Procedures 

The NTU-USP scholarships in Singapore is awarded to those students who have applied to study in Singapore at the Nanyang Technical University for an undergraduate program. The aspirants are required to apply for the course and the scholarship simultaneously. The eligibility criteria for NTU-USP scholars are:

 

  • Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ level
  • Diploma awarded by a polytechnic in Singapore
  • NUS High School Diploma
  • IB Diploma
  • Applicants with Year 12 equivalent results

 

NTU-USP Scholarship:  Applying

 

On filling up the application online, the candidates will receive a link that is to be forwarded to the school teacher to assessment and appraisal. The school teacher is also required to fill the personal details of the aspirant like, Date of birth, NTU applications number and other details to provide the appraisal. The appraisal form is to be filled within 7 days of filling the scholarship application to study in Singapore. The appraisal should not be sent no later than 3 weeks from the date of submission of scholarship application. The school can only send one appraisal at a time.

 

NTU-USP Scholarship:  Selection Process

The interviews for the NTU-USP scholarships in Singapore will be conducted between March and May. Shortlisted candidates will be email latest by May. Aspirants not shortlisted will not be informed.

 

Nanyang Scholarship

The Nanyang Scholarship is the first undergraduate scholarships in Singapore by NTU awarded to outstanding freshmen pursuing undergraduate programs to study in Singapore.This scholarship recognizes academically outstanding students who demonstrate substantial leadership potential as well as have  extremely good co-curricular records.

 

Nanyang Scholarship: Eligibility

 

  • Aspirants from all nationalities can apply to the scholarship in Singapore.
  • The Nanyang Scholarship awardees are required to complete a full-time undergraduate degree program in NTU.
  • The aspirants are required to have outstanding Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ level, Diploma awarded by a polytechnic in Singapore, NUS High School Diploma, IB Diploma or Year 12 equivalent qualifications.
  • The aspiring students should also have good co-curricular records.
  • The eligibility conditions also requires strong leadership qualities and potential in an aspirant.
  •  The Nanyang Scholarship for Biomedical Sciences & Chinese Medicine Programme is available for only the first three years of study in NTU.

 

Nanyang Scholarship: Benefits

The Nanyang scholarships are offered to students enrolled for a full undergraduate program to study in Singapore. The awardee is expected to maintain excellent academic records and a good conduct throughout the study duration. The amount for the scholarship in Singapore includes:

 

  • Full tuition fee after the subsidised tuition grant
  • An allowance of S$6,500 per year for living for all years except the third year.
  • Awardees living in NTU hostels will be given an accommodation allowance of up to S$2,000 per academic year
  • Single time computer allowance of S$1,750
  • The aspirants are eligible for a travel grant of S$5,000 for an abroad study.
  • The scholars will be participating in Scholars Orientation Programme, Scholars Award Ceremony, Outreach Programmes, and Eminent Speaker Series.

The scholarship awardees are not required to serve any bond attached to the Nanyang Scholarship. The aspirants will have to serve the three-year bond applicable to all PRs of Singapore and international students under the MOE Tuition Grant Scheme.

 

Nanyang Scholarship: Terms and conditions

 

  • Nanyang Scholarship awardees cannot hold more than one scholarship without the approval of the university study in Singapore.
  • The scholar is required to maintain a minimum CGPA of 3.5/5. The academic performance will be reviewed every semester for continuing the scholarship in Singapore.
  • The scholarship condition also mentions behaviour and the scholarship may be withdrawn if the scholar’s behaviour is unsatisfactory.

 

Nanyang Scholarship: Applying

The Nanyang scholarship is awarded to those students who have applied to Nanyang Technical University for an undergraduate program. The aspirants are required to apply for the course to study in Singapore and the scholarship simultaneously. The eligibility criteria for Nanyang scholars are:

 

  • Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ level
  • Diploma awarded by a polytechnic in Singapore
  • NUS High School Diploma
  • IB Diploma
  • Applicants with Year 12 equivalent results

 

Nanyang Scholarship:  Application Procedure

After the aspirants complete their undergraduate application process at NTU, they will find a scholarship application link ‘Apply for Scholarship’ at the end of the online application.

On filling up the application online, the candidates will receive a link that is to be forwarded to the school teacher to assessment and appraisal. The school teacher is also required to fill the personal details of the aspirant like, Date of birth, NTU applications number and other details to provide the appraisal. The appraisal form is to be filled within 7 days of filling the scholarship application. The appraisal should not be sent no later than 3 weeks from the date of submission of scholarship application. The school can only send one appraisal at a time.

 

Nanyang Scholarship:  Selection Process

The interviews for the Nanyang scholarship to study in Singapore will be conducted between March and May. Shortlisted candidates will be email latest by May. Aspirants not shortlisted will not be informed.

 

COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

A well known scholarship offered at the Nanyang Technical University is the ‘College Scholarship’. The scholarship  is awarded to extraordinarily performing freshmen who are pursuing a full-time undergraduate program in NTU.

 

College Scholarship: Eligibility

 

  • The scholarship is open to aspirants from all nationalities to study in Singapore.
  • The College Scholarship awardees must complete a full-time undergraduate degree program in NTU.
  • The scholarship in Singapore is offered for the courses at NTU
  • The aspirants should have outstanding Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ level, Diploma awarded by a polytechnic in Singapore, NUS High School Diploma, IB Diploma or Year 12 equivalent qualifications.
  • The eligibility conditions also look for good co-curricular records.
  • The aspirants should also have strong leadership qualities and potential.
  •  The College Scholarship for Biomedical Sciences & Chinese Medicine Programme is available for only the first three years of study in NTU.

 

College Scholarship: Benefits

The College scholarships are offered to students enrolled at Nanyang Technical University for a full-time undergraduate program. The scholarship awardee is expected to maintain very good academic records and a good conduct throughout the study duration. The benefit of the scholarship in Singapore includes:

 

  • Full tuition fee after the subsidised tuition grant
  • An allowance of S$3,600 per year for living for all year.

The scholarship awardees are not required to serve any bond attached to the College Scholarship. But the aspirants are required to serve the three-year bond applicable to all PRs of Singapore and international students under the MOE Tuition Grant Scheme.

 

College Scholarship: Terms and conditions

 

  • College Scholarship recipients cannot receive more than one scholarship without the approval of the university to study in Singapore
  • The scholar is required to maintain a minimum CGPA of 3.5/5. The academic performance will be reviewed every semester for continuing the scholarship.
  • The College Scholarship can be withdrawn if the scholar’s behaviour is found to be unsatisfactory.
  • The College Scholarship awardees will also be required to be the student ambassador, or a similar role and represent the university to give publicity talks, to receive guests, etc.

 

College Scholarship: Applying

The College scholarship is awarded to only those students who have applied to Nanyang Technical University for an undergraduate program. The College Scholarship aspirants must apply for the course and the scholarship simultaneously. The eligibility criteria this scholarship in Singapore are:

 

  • Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ level
  • Diploma awarded by a polytechnic in Singapore
  • NUS High School Diploma
  • IB Diploma
  • Applicants with Year 12 equivalent results

 

College Scholarship:  Application Procedure

After the aspirants complete their undergraduate application process at NTU, they will find a scholarship application link ‘Apply for Scholarship’ to apply for College Scholarship at the end of the online application.

On filling up the application online, the candidates will receive a link that is to be forwarded to the school teacher to assessment and appraisal. The school teacher is also required to fill the personal details of the aspirant like, Date of birth, NTU applications number and other details to provide the appraisal. The appraisal form is to be filled within 7 days of filling the scholarship application to study in Singapore. The appraisal should not be sent no later than 3 weeks from the date of submission of scholarship application. The school can only send one appraisal at a time.

 

College Scholarship:  Selection Process

The interviews for the Nanyang scholarship will be conducted between March and May. Shortlisted candidates will be email latest by May. Aspirants not shortlisted will not be informed.

 

HUMANITIES, ARTS and SOCIAL SCIENCES SCHOLARSHIPS (HASS SCHOLARSHIPS)

A very well known scholarship in Singapore, the HASS Scholarship is offered to students pursuing full-time undergraduate courses study in Singapore in Humanities, arts and social sciences at the Nanyang Technological University.

 

HASS Scholarships: Eligibility

 

  • The scholarship is open to aspirants from all nationalities.
  • The HASS scholarship in Singapore awardees are required to complete a full-time undergraduate degree program in NTU.
  • HASS scholarship awardees should be pursuing a full-time undergraduate degree course in humanities, arts and social sciences offered by the School of Art, Design and Media, School of Humanities, School of Social Sciences, or Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information to study in Singapore. The HASS scholarship will be offered for all the years of study at NTU.
  • The HASS scholarship aspirants should possess Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ level, Diploma awarded by a polytechnic in Singapore, NUS High School Diploma, IB Diploma or Year 12 equivalent qualifications.
  • The eligibility conditions also look for good co-curricular records.
  • The aspirants should also have strong leadership qualities and potential.

 

HASS Scholarships: Benefits

The HASS scholarships are offered to students enrolled at Nanyang Technical University for undergraduate program in humanities, arts and social sciences. The HASS scholarship holder is expected to maintain very good academic records and a good conduct throughout their study in Singapore duration. The benefits of this scholarship in Singapore includes:

 

  • Full tuition fee after the subsidised tuition grant
  • One-time travel grant of S$3,000 for an overseas programme. The travel grant is given on a condition that the scholarship holder will score a CGPA of 4.05 out of 5 in at least one semester any time after completing the first  year in a humanities, arts and social sciences undergraduate degree programme.

The scholarship awardees are not required to serve any bond attached to the College Scholarship. But the aspirants are required to serve the three-year bond applicable to all PRs of Singapore and international students under the MOE Tuition Grant Scheme.

 

HASS Scholarships: Terms and Conditions

 

  • HASS Scholarship recipients are not allowed to receive more than one scholarships, bursaries, university loans, fellowships, grants or awards without the approval of the university to study in Singapore
  • The HASS scholar is required to maintain a minimum CGPA of 3.5/5. The academic performance will be reviewed every semester for continuing the scholarship.
  • The HASS Scholarship can be withdrawn if the scholar’s behaviour or academic progress is found to be unsatisfactory.
  • The HASS Scholarship awardees will also be required to be the student ambassador, or a similar role and represent the university to give publicity talks, to receive guests, etc.

 

HASS Scholarship: Application Procedures

Undergraduate applicants of humanities, arts and social sciences at Nanyang Technical University are eligible for HASS scholarship. The HASS Scholarship aspirants must apply for the course and the scholarship simultaneously to study in Singapore. The eligibility criteria for this scholarship in Singapore are:

 

  • Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ level
  • Diploma awarded by a polytechnic in Singapore
  • NUS High School Diploma
  • IB Diploma
  • Applicants with Year 12 equivalent results

 

HASS Scholarship:  Application Procedure

 

When the aspirants fill up the scholarship application form, they will receive an appraisal link to be filled up the respective schools. The school teacher is also required to fill the personal details of the aspirant like, Date of birth, NTU applications number and other details to provide the appraisal. The form provided at the appraisal link is to be filled within 7 days of filling the scholarship application. The appraisal should not be sent no later than 3 weeks from the date of submission of scholarship application to study in Singapore. The school can only send one appraisal at a time.

 

HASS Scholarship:  Selection Process

The interviews for the Nanyang scholarship will be conducted between March and May. Shortlisted candidates will be email latest by May. Aspirants not shortlisted will not be informed.

 

NTU Science and Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship

 

One of the most prestigious scholarships for studying in Singapore and Nanyang Technological University is the NTU Science and Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship. The scholarship is  awarded to outstanding applicants from the Asian countries.

 

NTU Science and Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship: Eligibility

The NTU Science and Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship is only eligible for citizens of Asian countries. The other eligibility criteria are:

 

  • Singaporean applicants are not eligible, however, Singapore Permanent Residents or Citizens from the Asian countries (except Singapore) are eligible.
  • The scholarship recipients should read a full-time Engineering or Science undergraduate degree programme leading to a first degree, with the exception of Biomedical Sciences & Chinese Medicine Programme, Renaissance Engineering Programme and Medicine.
  • The aspirant should have outstanding Year 12 equivalent qualifications.
  • Excellent co-curricular records and strong leadership qualities and potential are also highly valued for the scholarship.

 

NTU Science and Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship: Benefits 

The NTU Science and Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship is awarded for normal duration course. The awardees are also required to maintain good academic record as well as exemplary conduct. The benefits of the scholarship in Singapore are:

 

  • Full tuition fee post the subsidy and all miscellaneous fee to study in Singapore
  • An allowance of S$6,000 per year for living for all years except the third year.
  • Yearly accommodation allowance which is the lowest double room rate for on-campus accommodation
  • One-time settling-in allowance of S$200
  • Return air passage from and to the home country of the awardees.

 

NTU Science and Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship: Terms and Conditions

 

The NTU Science and Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship has a very important term and condition

 

  • Scholarship recipients are required to serve a six-year bond with the Sponsor or organisation, or if not so required to serve, work in a Singapore-registered company.
  • The scholarship recipients are not allowed to receive more than one scholarships, bursaries, university loans, fellowships, grants or awards without the approval of the university
  • The scholar is required to maintain a minimum CGPA of 3.5/5. The academic performance will be reviewed every semester for continuing the scholarship.
  • The NTU Science and Engineering Undergraduate scholarship in Singapore may be revoked if the scholar’s behaviour or academic progress is found to be unsatisfactory.

NTU Science and Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship: Application procedure

The application period for the scholarship is same as that of the application of the course. The best candidates among the the applicants will be shortlisted and reviewed for scholarships. The applicants are required to submit their application before they apply for the scholarship.

The applicants are required to upload a recent passport size image with the application form. As the aspirants fill up the scholarship application form, they will receive an appraisal link to be filled up their schools. The school teacher has to fill the personal details of the aspirant like, Date of birth, NTU applications number and other details to provide the appraisal. The form provided at the appraisal link is to be filled within 7 days of filling the scholarship application. The appraisal should not be sent no later than 3 weeks from the date of submission of scholarship application. The school can only send one appraisal at a time.

 

NTU Science and Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship: Selection Process

The interviews for the Nanyang scholarship will be conducted between March and May. Shortlisted candidates will be email latest by May. Aspirants not shortlisted will not be informed.

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Through a conversation with one of our Education Counsellors, you can be sure you’re making an informed decision on your future study. There’s nothing worse than signing up for a course that you are not passionate about studying and will set you back thousands of dollars.

Our extensive experience of working with international students puts us in a position to help you make the right choice based on your interest, aspirations, job outcomes and financial considerations and ensure that you stay visa compliant as you transit from your current course to another.

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Scholarship in Europe

To study anywhere in Europe:

  • Educations.com Study a Master’s in Europe Scholarship– A scholarship of €5000 is open for all international students studying a master’s degree at any European university, starting in autumn 2020.
  • Erasmus Mundus Scholarships – Initiative led by the European Commission to provide funding for students all over the world to study in Europe at selected institutions.
  • Surfshark Privacy and Security Scholarship – A $2,000 prize is available to a student currently enrolled in the UK or any European Union (EU) country as a high school, undergraduate or graduate student. You will need to submit an essay to apply and the scholarship is open to all nationalities.

To study in Austria: 

  • Austrian Government Scholarships – Monthly scholarships of €1,050 available for up to four months for international students of all study levels.
  • Grants.at – A searchable database of scholarships to study abroad in Austria.
  • (IDM) Danubius Young Scientist Award in Austria – The Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM) is offering a €1,200 (US$1,350) scholarship to exceptional young scientist (one from each country in the Danube region).
  • OFID funding for International Students in Austria 2019/20 – Students from developing countries are provided with the opportunity to apply for the OFID Scholarship 2019/20, which is funded by OPEC Fund for International Development.
  • Die Presse funding for MSc Environmental Technology & International Affairs – Two half-scholarships (worth € 13,300 each)  scholarship for international students to study MSc Environment Technology & International Affairs at the Vienna University of Technology, funded by Die Presse. (The 2019 round of applications has now closed. Please check back next year for the 2020 round).
  • Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen Five-Month Fellowship for International Students in Austria, 2019/20 – Five-month fellowships for visual and media artists, art critics, theorists and curators from around the world, offered by the Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen. (Call for the 2019/20 applications is now closed.)

To study in Belgium:

  • CIUF-CUD Scholarships in Belgium for Developing Countries – Opportunities to gain funding to study in Belgium for training or research at master’s level. Open to students internationally. (The call for applications for the academic year 2019-2020 is now closed. The next call will be in September 2019.)
  • VLIR-UOS Scholarships for Developing Countries – Annually offering scholarships for students from developing countries in parts of Africa, Asia and Latin America to undertake training, research or study in Belgium at selected institutions.
  • Ghent University Top-up Grants – Scholarships for students from developing countries who are new students of English-taught master’s degrees at the Ghent University in Belgium.
  • KU Leuven Science Scholarships for International Students – The [email protected] is aimed at international students interested in undertaking study in Belgium at master’s level within the faculty of science at KU Leuven. (Registration for 2019/20 is now closed).
  • KU Leuven IRO PhD Scholarships for Developing Countries – Open to prospective PhD students from developing countries to study in Belgium within the Interfaculty Council for Development Cooperation at KU Leuven.

To study in the Czech Republic:

  • Czech Government Scholarships for Developing Countries – Government scholarships enabling international students to undertake study (at bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral level) at institutions across the Czech Republic. Czech is the language of instruction for most programs offered. 2019/2020 Scholarships are no longer available, check back in July 2019 for the next round.
  • Masaryk University Faculty of Arts – The Department of Czech for Foreigners at Masaryk University awards four three-month scholarships worth 8,000 CZK per month for international students to study Czech language, literature and culture.

To study in France:

  • Eiffel Scholarships in France for International Students – Open to international students at master’s/PhD level wishing to study in France at selected institutions.
  • Emile Boutmy Scholarships in France for International Students – Opportunities for bachelor’s and master’s degree students from outside of the EU to gain funding to study in France at Sciences Po.
  • Fondation Rainbow Bridge MBA Scholarships for African and Asian Women – MBA scholarships for students from developing countries in Africa and Asia to study in France at HEC Paris. Open to female students only.
  • École Normale Supérieure de Lyon – Scholarships to study one of the selected master’s programs at ENS de Lyon.

To study in Greece:

  • Greek Government Scholarships for Foreign Students – More than 50 scholarships for international students wishing to undertake undergraduate or postgraduate study or a research project in host universities and institutions across Greece. (Website is in Greek).
  • Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Scholarships for international students to study in Greece at all study levels at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

To study in Hungary: 

  • Hungarian Government Scholarships for Foreign Students – Scholarships for international students to study in Hungary, funded by the Hungarian government. Open to students of master’s degrees in rural development and agribusiness, horticulture and agricultural water management.
  • The Stipendium Hungaricum – Provides scholarships which cover tuition fees, medical insurance, accommodation and a monthly stipend for citizens of partner countries to study in Hungary at either bachelor’s or master’s level. (The call for the 2019/20 applications is now closed.)

To study in Ireland:

  • Dublin Institute of Technology ‌Centenary Scholarship Programme – Scholarships are available for students from any non-EU/EEA country to study a master’s degree at Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT).
  • Government of Ireland International Education Scholarships – Scholarships awarded to high-caliber students from non-EU/EEA countries to study in Ireland for one year, amounting to €10,000.
  • NUI Galway International Student Scholarships – Merit-based scholarships are available for international students at all study levels, and there also country-specific options for students from China, India, Malaysia, Indonesia or the US.
  • Trinity College London International Scholarships – Various scholarships are available for all study levels, some aimed at students from particular countries (for example, the Claddagh Scholarship Programme is aimed at Chinese postgraduates, and the USA Undergraduate Scholarships).

To study in Italy:

  • Bocconi Scholarships in Italy for International Students – Scholarships for international students to study a Master of Science program at Bocconi University. Includes a full tuition waiver.
  • Italian Government Scholarships for Foreign Students – Scholarships for international students at all degree levels to study in Italy at various public institutions. Also open to Italian citizens living abroad (IRE).
  • CICOPS Scholarships for Developing Countries – Scholarships from the University of Pavia (UNIPV), open to international students from developing countries to carry out research in collaboration with a professor. You must have an invitation letter from a professor to apply.
  • University of Bologna Study Grants for International Students – Funding opportunities for international students at bachelor’s and master’s level to study in Italy at the University of Bologna.
  • IMT School PhD scholarships – Fully funded scholarships by IMT School for Advanced Studies for International Students to study programs in Cognitive & Cultural Systems and Systems Science.

To study in the Netherlands: 

  • Amsterdam Merit Scholarships for Excellent International Students – Merit-based scholarships to study in the Netherlands at the University of Amsterdam. Open to talented master’s degree students from outside the EU or EEA.
  • Anne van den Ban Scholarships for Developing Countries at Wageningen University – Scholarships for international students from developing countries to study agriculture, food or environment-related programs at master’s level at Wageningen University. Sponsored by the Anne van den Ban Fund.
  • Eric Bleumink Fund Scholarships at the University of Groningen – Open to all master’s level international students undertaking further study in the Netherlands at the University of Groningen.
  • Holland Scholarship – Available for non-EEA international students to study at participating universities in the Netherlands at bachelor’s or master’s level.
  • Leiden University Excellence Scholarships (LExS) – Merit-based scholarships for master’s degree (MA/MSc/LLM) students at Leiden University in the Netherlands. Not available to EU/EEA students.
  • Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP) – Government-funded international scholarships to study in the Netherlands on a short course, master’s or PhD. Prioritized candidates include female applicants and applicants from sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Orange Tulip Scholarship Programme – Nuffic-funded scholarships for students from developing countries in Asia and Latin America, including China, Indonesia, South Korea, Mexico and Brazil, to study in the Netherlands.
  • Radboud Scholarship Programme – Scholarship opportunities for non-EEA students to study an English-taught master’s degree at Radboud University in Nijmegen, Netherlands. (Applications for 2019/20 are now closed.)
  • UM High Potential Scholarships for International Students – Merit-based scholarships for international students to study in the Netherlands at master’s level at Maastricht University. Only open to students from outside of the EU/EEA. (The deadline for the 2019/20 applications has passed.)
  • University of Twente Scholarships (UTS) – International scholarships to study in the Netherlands on a selected master’s program at the University of Twente. Available for all students, both in and outside the EU.
  • VU Amsterdam Fellowship Programme (VUFP) – Scholarships for talented students to study a selection of English-taught master’s programs at VU University Amsterdam. Only for students who are not of Dutch nationality.
  • World Citizen Talent Scholarship for International Students– Merit-based scholarships to study in the Netherlands offered by The Hague University of Applied Sciences. Open to master’s students from outside the Netherlands.

To study in Slovakia: 

  • Slovak Government Scholarships for Selected Developing Countries – Government-funded international scholarships for students from developing countries to pursue higher education in Slovakia at any degree level. Open to students from selected countries within the Middle East, Eastern Europe and Asia.

To study in Spain:

  • GSE Scholarships – All master’s applicants are automatically considered for scholarships based on academic excellence at Barcelona Graduate School of Economics.
  • Zaragoza Logistics Center – Various scholarships for admitted students of master’s of logistics and related courses at this research institute, including scholarships for African students.
  • Spanish Studies Abroad – Scholarships to study abroad in a Spanish-speaking country, including a diversity scholarship for underrepresented students.

To study in Switzerland:

  • ETH Zurich Excellence Masters Scholarship Program – Merit-based scholarships are available to students who wish to pursue their master’s degree at ETH Zurich.
  • Swiss Government Excellence Scholarships for Foreign Scholars and Artists – Merit-based scholarship opportunities for international students undertaking postgraduate-level study in Switzerland at selected institutions.
  • UNU Fellowship in International Organizations MBA Merit Scholarships – Scholarships to study in Switzerland at the University of Geneva on an MBA program. Open to mid-career professionals from developing countries only.
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Scholarship in France

Below is a selection of scholarships for international students of all degree levels wishing to study in France.

Government funded scholarships to study in France

  • Eiffel Scholarship Program of Excellence – Established by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, this scholarship is available for non-French nationals of up to 30 years old enrolling in either a masters or PhD program in law, economics and management, engineering or political science in any French higher education institution. Applications are submitted by French higher education institutions on behalf of applicants, who will have been selected by these institutions.
  • Erasmus + – Led by the European Commission, Erasmus + is the largest provider of scholarships in the EU and provides grants towards living costs when participating in an exchange system in a European country.
  • The Chateaubriand Fellowship – Offered by the Embassy of France in the US, the fellowship funds PhD students from US universities wishing to do research in France for four to nine months. Successful applicants will receive a monthly allowance of up to US$1,230, a round trip ticket to France and support for health insurance abroad.

Non-government scholarships to study in France

  • AIFS Study Abroad Scholarships, Grants and Financial Support – a variety of scholarships available to international students of all levels looking to study in France, who pass certain academic requirements.
  • The Fulbright Scholarship – The Fulbright Scholarship is for recent university graduates looking to go on to study a master’s or a PhD in a French university. Up to 20 grants are awarded annually and fund eight to ten months of studying in France.
  • Alexandre Yersin Scholarships for Masters Programme in France –The Alexandre Yersin Scholarship is available to Hong Kong or Macau residents, wishing to pursue a master’s degree or equivalent in a French university.
  • Civil Society Leadership Awards (CSLA) – The CSLA provides fully funded master’s degree study to individuals who demonstrate commitment to leading positive social change in their communities, and who clearly demonstrate academic and professional excellence.

University – specific scholarships to study in France

  • Stephen M. Kellen Scholarship – Awarded each year by Sciences Po, this merit based scholarship is available to any student admitted to Science’s PO’s dual BA with Freie Universität Berlin program. The scholarship covers two years of tuition fees at Sciences Po, a living allowance of US$6000 per year for the two ears spent on Sciences Po’s French-German European Campus in Nancy and a living allowance of $7.000/year for the two years spent at the Otto-Suhr-Institut of Freie Universität. *The 2020 round of applications for this scholarship is not yet open, but usually close around June, so keep a look out on Science Po’s website for more details.
  • Emile Boutmy Scholarship 2020 – Once again awarded by Sciences Po university, the Emile Boutmy Scholarship is for non-European students who wish to pursue their Bachelors, Masters or PhD degree in France.
  • ENS International Selection Scholarships – Each year, ten arts and humanities students and ten science students are offered a scholarship to pursue a master’s degree and diploma at École Normale Supérieure (ENS). This scholarship is available to international students, under the age of 25, who have not lived in France for more than 10 months. Successful applicants will receive a 1,000 euro per month grant for three years and a room on one of the ENS campuses
  • Ampère Excellence Scholarships for International Students – These scholarships offer 1,000 euros per month for up to two years, for international students wishing to pursue one of the eligible Masters programs at ENS de Lyon.
  • INSEAD Africa Leadership Fund Scholarship 2019/2020 for African Students – A 50,000 euro scholarship available for an African national student admitted to, or in the interview stage for, an MBA course at INSEAD. Candidates must demonstrate outstanding professional and personal achievements, with a commitment to contribute to the breadth of diversity on the program.
  • Université Paris-Saclay International Master’s Scholarships – Université Paris-Saclay offers 160 master’s scholarships to international students enrolled in its programs. Each scholarship is worth 10,000 euros per year and a maximum of 1,000 euros for travel and VISA expenses is also awarded to successful candidates.
  • Foundation Rainbow Bridge MBA Scholarships for African and Asian Women – This scholarship offered by HEC Paris, for female candidates who have been admitted to the HEC Paris MBA program. Candidates must come from an Asian or African country affected by a natural disaster, drought or famine and must be able to demonstrate a commitment to solving some of the social and economic issues affecting their countries while working for the long-term security of the people living there.
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Scholarship in Germany

Not only is Germany one of the cheapest study destinations in Europe, the nation also has an impeccable international reputation. Home to many esteemed universities within the latest QS World University Rankings®, Germany offers a growing number of English-taught programs, particularly at postgraduate level.

Below is a selection of scholarships for international students of all degree levels wishing to study in Germany.

Government-funded scholarships to study in Germany

  • DAAD Scholarships – The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) offers many scholarships for international students to study in Germany at various degree levels. Click the link to view the DAAD scholarships database.
  • Erasmus+ – The largest provider of scholarships for study in the EU, Erasmus+ is led by the European Commission, funding international students to study in Europe. It provides grants towards living costs when participating in an exchange program to study in Europe.

Non-government scholarships to study in Germany

  • Einstein International Postdoctoral Fellowship – Fellowship sponsored by the Einstein Foundation for postdoctoral research at a university in Berlin. You can find out more about studying a PhD in Germany
  • Heinrich Böll Scholarships for International Students – Scholarships for international students at all levels wishing to study in Germany at an accredited institution. (The deadline for the 2019 round of applications has passed. Please check back later for the 2020 round.)
  • Humboldt Research Fellowships for Postdoctoral Researchers – Postdoctoral scholarships for scientists and scholars of any subject and nationality. Students from developing and emerging countries may be eligible to apply for a Georg Forster Fellowship.
  • Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Scholarships – Monthly master’s and PhD scholarships are available for international applicants under 30 who have completed a university degree in their home country. You’ll need to provide evidence of an above-average academic performance, have been actively involved in voluntary work for the benefit of society in your home country, and have an interest in political issues.
  • Kurt Hansen Science Scholarships – Science scholarships to study in Germany, funded by the Bayer Foundation and open to students who are training to become educators in the field of science.
  • Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowships (IIF) for Developing Countries – Postdoctoral research scholarships for international students wishing to study in Germany. Funded by the European Commission. More scholarships for students from developing countries are available here.
  • Mawista Scholarship – Scholarships for those studying abroad while taking care of a child, including those pursuing study in Germany.
  • Deutschland Stipendium – Merit-based scholarships of €300 a month are available to highly talented students enrolled at German universities. Nationality and personal income do not affect your chances of being considered.
  • The Helmholtz Association – Annual fellowships are available for doctoral and postdoctoral students from around the world, giving them the opportunity to do paid research at a Helmholtz center in Germany.

University-specific scholarships to study in Germany

  • DRD Scholarships for Sub-Saharan Africans– Merit-based scholarships for students from developing countries in Sub-Saharan Africa pursuing a master’s degree in development studies, public administration and development management at Ruhr-University Bochum. Program twinned with UWC in South Africa. More scholarships for African students are available here.
  • Frankfurt School of Finance and Management Doctoral Tuition Waivers – Tuition waiver scholarships for doctoral students studying an English-language program at Frankfurt within finance, accounting, mathematics and business administration. (The deadline for the 2019 round of applications has passed. Please check back later for the 2020 round.)
  • FRIAS Cofund Fellowship Programme for International Researchers – German scholarships for international students to study at Universität Freiburg on a research-level program.
  • Hamburg University of Applied Sciences Masters Scholarships – Scholarships for international students (for all subjects excluding design, public health and public management) enrolled on a master’s program at the university.
  • Heidelberg University – A range of scholarships for international students, such as the Amirana Scholarship for students from developing countries to study medicine or dentistry at the university.
  • HHL International MSc Scholarship for Effective and Responsible Leadership – Scholarship opportunities to study management at master’s and PhD levelsat HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management.
  • Humboldt University International Research Fellowships – Research fellowship opportunities for international students pursuing research in history, anthropology, law, sociology, political science, geography, economics or area studies at Humboldt University. Look out for the latest round of applications here.
  • International Doctoral Positions at Graduate School of East and Southeast European Studies – Scholarships to study at graduate level within Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich or Universität Regensburg as a research fellow of East and Southeast European Studies.
  • KAAD Scholarships for Developing Countries – A scheme offering scholarships for international students from developing countries (in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America) to study at a German university at master’s or PhD level. Candidates must possess German-language skills and be of Catholic-Christian denomination.
  • Kofi Annan MBA Scholarships for Developing Country Students – Scholarships for up to five international students from developing countries to study a full-time, one-year MBA at the European School of Management and Technology (ESMT) in Berlin. Other MBA scholarships available at the school include the ESMT Women’s Academic Scholarship for female candidates.
  • Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids – Post-doctoral fellowships are available to study solid state chemistry at the university.
  • Ulm University Scholarships for International Students – Need-based scholarships for international students nearing graduation at Ulm University. Funding offered for one semester only.
  • Universität Hamburg Merit Scholarships – Scholarships for all outstanding international students (of all degree levels and subjects) who have been enrolled in their program for at least two semesters. These scholarships also consider applicants’ financial need, and you should be prepared to get involved with the internationalization of Universität Hamburg.
  • RWTH Aachen University scholarships – Funding opportunities for international and home students at RWTH Aachen University.
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Scholarship in Canada

If you are an international student looking to study in Canada, make sure you check out which scholarships are available to you from organisations and universities

Towering mountains, fresh air, azure lakes, abundant wildlife, great universities…Canada attracts thousands of international students every year and for good reason.

However, what isn’t so great is the amount that it costs to study there. Tuition fees are fairly high and in some big cities the cost of living can be quite pricey too. High costs of living can often put international students off studying abroad.

That’s where this guide to scholarships in Canada for international students comes in. There are plenty of government-funded opportunities that students can apply for as well as scholarship funds from universities.

Here’s a broad selection of scholarships that are available to international students looking to study in Canada.

Types of scholarships

University scholarships
Most universities will offer some kind of financial aid for international students, so your institution of choice should be your first port of call when considering funding.

Financial scholarships
These scholarships are based on the financial need of the students. The majority of these are only available for US residents but some universities will give out needs-based scholarships to international students.

Merit scholarships
For students who are either academically gifted, were top sports players in high school or excelled in community or entrepreneurial work.

Country-based scholarships
These scholarships are targeted at students from developing countries in particular.

Government-funded scholarships
The Canadian government offers many scholarship programmes for international students, some of which are listed below.

Privately funded scholarships
Sometimes private businesses or donors will fund scholarships for international students. These are also more likely to be targeted at developing countries and minority groups, or in specific areas of study.

Part scholarships
These can range from a small one-off payment students can use towards their fees or a larger payment that is staggered to cover certain costs of going to university.

Government scholarships

Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships
These were created to attract and retain world-class doctoral students. The scholarship is worth CAD$50,000 (£31,000) per year for three years and can be used towards a doctoral degree or combined master’s and PhD.

Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships
These are offered to international students doing postgraduate study in natural and social sciences or health sciences.

IDRC Doctoral Research Awards
These are for students from developing countries that are already studying at a university in Canada.

NSERC Postgraduate Scholarships
There are a number of Canadian government scholarships for students choosing to study in natural sciences or engineering.

University scholarships

Lester B. Pearson International Scholarships
These scholarships at the University of Toronto aim to recognise international students who demonstrate exceptional academic achievement. The scholarship will cover tuition, books, incidental fees and full residence support for four years.

Humber College International Entrance Scholarships
Humber College offers renewable full and partial tuition scholarships to new international students.

York University International Student Scholarship Programme
These scholarships are worth CAD$60,000-$100,000 for a four-year degree programme for international students who have displayed academic excellence.

University of British Columbia Scholarships for International Students
The university dedicates more than $10 million annually towards awards, scholarships and other forms of financial assistance for international undergraduate students.

Carleton University Entrance Scholarships for International Students
Carleton University offers partial scholarships worth $4,000 – $16,000 to students who meet the admission average criteria of 80 per cent and above.

University of Manitoba graduate fellowships
These awards are open to students of any nationality who have applied to be full-time graduate students at the University of Manitoba. They are valued at $18,000 for PhD students or $14,000 for master’s students.

Pierre Elliot Trudeau Foundation Doctoral Scholarships
These are open to foreign students applying to a doctoral programme in the social sciences and humanities. The annual value is up to $60,000 per scholar for a maximum of three years.

University of Waterloo Master’s Awards of Excellence
The master’s of excellence awards are open to international master’s students starting a research based graduate programme. Students will receive $2,500 per term for a maximum of five months.

University of Calgary Graduate awards
There are a number funding opportunities for international students of up to $40,000.

University of Winnipeg President’s Scholarships
Scholarships are given to international students from undergraduate level up to PhD. The award is a partial tuition fee waiver of $3,500.

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