Macquarie University South Asian Scholarship is the biggest opportunity for International Students to pursue an Undergraduate or Postgraduate Degree at the top University of Australia. This scholarship is awarded to all eligible students from South Asia who commence their studies in 2020 or 2021. This scholarship is valued at AUD 10,000 per year for the duration of your Bachelor or Master Coursework degree. The Macquarie University offered scholarships in 300+ Undergraduate courses and 204 Postgraduate Courses.

This scholarship is Now Open to apply for fully-funded International Scholarships in Australia.

Details of Macquarie University South Asian Scholarship

Who can apply? International Students

Host Country: Australia

Host Institution: Macquarie University Sydney, Australia

Level of the study: Undergraduate (Bachelors), Masters (Postgraduate / MS / MPhil)

Scholarship value: Fully Funded

The Process to Apply: Online

You can Apply: Fully Funded SBW Berlin Scholarship in Germany | All Nationals can apply

Benefits / Financial Coverage of the Scholarship

  • Free Education at the University
  • AUD 10,000 per year will be awarded to the student

Eligibility Criteria for Macquarie University South Asian Scholarship

  • Be a citizen of Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan or Sri Lanka.
  • Meet the Academic and English requirements for a Macquarie University Bachelor or Postgraduate Coursework Degree which is longer than one session in duration.
  • Be accepted into a Macquarie University Bachelor or Postgraduate Coursework Degree commencing in 2020 or 2021.

Step by Step Process to Apply for Macquarie University South Asian Scholarship

UNDERGRADUATE

Step 1: Research your course options

Find courses that interest you by searching for undergraduate courses.

Step 2: Check the entry requirements

See if your current qualification is recognized for entry into our programs and convert your current qualification score into an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) on our Academic Requirements page.

If you do not meet the entry requirements for the course of your first preference, you will be considered for your second and third preferences. If you do not meet the entry requirements for any of your preferences, you may automatically be considered for a pathway program through Macquarie University International College (MUIC).

All international students at Macquarie are required to provide evidence of proficiency in English.

If you have studied at another tertiary academic institution, you may be eligible for recognition for prior learning (RPL) towards your degree at Macquarie University.

Step 3: Submit your application

Apply early! Remember that places are limited in all programs, especially popular degrees. It is a good idea to apply at least two to three months before the Session begins, to avoid disappointment, and to give you enough time to organize your student visa.

Apply online

Apply straight to Macquarie University via our dedicated international online application manager.

Apply through UAC International

If you are an international applicant currently completing:

  • an Australian Year 12 qualification.
  • the International Baccalaureate (IB)
  • the New Zealand NCEA Level 3 qualification.

You can apply through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) – UAC International.

Apply through an authorized agent

You may submit your application form either through one of Macquarie University’s nominated representatives in your country.

Also Apply: University of Sydney Undergraduate Scholarships for International Students (Fully Funded)

POSTGRADUATE COURSEWORK

Step 1: Research your course options

Find courses that interest you by searching postgraduate courses

Step 2: Check the entry requirements

Each study program has specific entry requirements that you need to fulfill, to be considered for entry into the program.

To be eligible for a Master’s (coursework) program at Macquarie University, you must hold a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from a recognized institution. Requirements for each course can be found in our online course database. Indicative GPA conversions are available at mq.edu.au/academic-requirements.

To apply for a Master’s (research) or Ph.D. program, you should be able to demonstrate research experience in your previous studies. More information on research requirements can be found on the Higher Degree Research website.

You will also need to check:

Step 3: Submit your application

Apply early! Remember that places are limited in all programs, especially popular degrees. It is a good idea to apply at least two to three months before the Session begins, to avoid disappointment, and to give you enough time to organize your student visa.

Apply online

Apply straight to Macquarie University via our dedicated international online application manager.

Apply through an authorized agent

You may submit your application form either through one of Macquarie University’s nominated representatives in your country.

Deadline to apply for the fully funded Australian Scholarships at Macquarie University

Session 2 2020 (July): apply by 10 July 2020.
Session 1 2021 (February): apply by 4 December 2020
Session 2 2021 (July): apply by 21 May 2021