New Delhi: The University of New South Wales (UNSW) Global has announced scholarships for high-achieving Indian students enrolling for UNSW Programs–Foundation Studies or UNSW Diploma–in the academic session beginning July 2019.
These merit scholarships are part of Australia’s leading research and teaching university’s efforts to enable international students discover and reach their full potential in their chosen areas.
The scholarships ranging between AUD 5,000 to AUD 7,500 shall be offered to students who have either secured admission to or are applying online for a UNSW Foundation Studies or a UNSW Diploma program before April 30, 2019.
Students must meet the minimum academic criteria for their school results from Indian School Certificate, All India Senior School Certificate Examination, or International Baccalaureate stream. Students must show proficiency in English language (IELTS exam) at prescribed levels for different foundation programs. (For detailed academic requirements to avail UNSW scholarships please click here).
The Foundation Studies Program series, ranging between 4 to 15 months of study, lets international students start their global journey by overcoming their deficiency with confidence. During the course of their study students will be equipped with the academic foundations, study skills and English proficiency required for success at UNSW Sydney.
The Diploma Program has been especially designed for those international students who are just a shade below the cut off parameters for the regular Science or Engineering programs. Post successful one year of study, Indian students can directly move to the second year of engineering or science degree program.
UNSW Sydney, known as Australia’s global university, offers programs in architecture, art and design, business, engineering and law, medicine and science.
“UNSW is dedicated to helping students achieve success in studies and career by offering the highest quality educational programs. The programs come with individual care and support to ensure our students have the very best experience at UNSW,” says Amit Dasgupta, India country director, UNSW Sydney that currently has over 1000 accomplished students from India pursuing their studies at diploma, graduate, post graduate and doctoral level.
UNSW Global’s world-leading Diploma programs, Foundation programs and English courses are a direct pathway to all degree programs at UNSW Sydney as well as other Australian and international universities.
All programs are offered on Sydney campus to let the students experience university right from the start along with 60,000 UNSW students.