Charles Darwin University (CDU) is presently offering the Vice-Chancellor’s International free Scholarships to international students with an outstanding record of intellectual distinction academically with high achievement and who desire to begin an Undergraduate or Postgraduate degree program at the University.
All accepted scholars will study at Charles Darwin University, Australia. The available scholarships are but a few and it covers all Undergraduate or Postgraduate Coursework Degree the University offers.
International students wishing to pursue their academics at CDU are qualified to apply. Eligible applicants should do the following:
Eligible applicants should:
- Satisfy the University’s academic and English entry requirements
- Demonstrated record of high academic attainment in previous relevant programs
- Not be a holder of scholarship in any Australian or foreign sponsoring agency.
- An unconditional offer (SVP cleared) of admission to the degree at CDU for 2016 2nd
- Must not be an Australian permanent resident and must not hold a current Australian or New Zealand citizenship.
- Tendered in a fully completed application for the CDU Scholarship for commencement in 2016 Semester 2 by 15 April 2016.
What Scholarship Covers
The Scholarship value covers 25% or 50% of the tuition fee. The tuition award applies to the tuition fees for the complete duration of the degree.
Field of Study
The field of study Scholarship covers is any Undergraduate or Postgraduate Coursework Degree offered at the University.
How to Apply
Interested applicants should complete the scholarship application form and submit it together with your personal application for admission to a degree program at CDU. It is essential to visit the official website to download the application form and for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship. (Clink link below)
Click here to contact the scholarship provider for more information on how to apply
All applications should be submitted before 15 April 2016 for commencement in Semester 2, 2016.