Finally, the University of Tasmania announced the Destination of Australian Scholarships in Australia for all international students. This Scholarship program is basically a part of “Planning for Australia’s Future population“. These international fully funded scholarships are open for the Bachelor’s program. Also, check out 150 PEC Scholarships For BS And MS Students In Pakistan 2021.
In addition, The purpose of this Bachelors’s, Masters and Postgraduate scholarship is to attract and support foreign and local students to study in the Australian region, to develop Australian higher education providers, and to provide students with a quality study experience. The University of Tasmania is proud to be a provider under the Destination Australia Scholarship Program and welcomes students to study at Australia’s fourth-largest university.
These Destination scholarships are based on academic merit. Also, those students who have not studied before in the Australi will be preferred. University will provide you an annual stipend that will cover your tuition fees and other basic expenses.
Details About Destination Australia Scholarships
- Country: Australia
- Host University: University of Tasmania
- Scholarship Program: For All Nationalities
- Scholarship category: Full Tuition
- Access Mode: On-Campus
- Deadline: 31st Oct 2021
- Program: Bachelors, Masters and Postgraduate.
The selected students will get the $15000 stipend per year for four (4) years which will cover their tuition fees and other necessary expenditures. You can also apply for another funding program during your studies.
- You should got an offer or admission letter for the Full-time Undergradaute, Graduate, and Postgraduate programs.
- Student should be applying for the first time.
- All international students can apply.
- Furthermore you can visit in officia notice.
How To Apply
Submit your application before the deadline. Application for scholarship application is 31st Oct 2021. No need to send any hard copies to the university. Visit the official notification below.