THE BUSINESS SCHOOL AND THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY COMMENCING INTERNATIONAL UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS
DEAN'S UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP (INTERNATIONAL)
The Business School is pleased to present a generous scholarship opportunity to those commencing international students who will begin their undergraduate degrees at the University of Sydney Business School.
Established in 2013, the 'Dean's Undergraduate Scholarship (International)' is a competitive entry level scholarship intended to assist high achieving international students with their transition to tertiary studies at the University of Sydney Business School. Scholarships are valued at $AUD5000 or $AUD10,000 per annum for a maximum four years duration, whilst candidates are enrolled and studying under the administration of the Business School. Up to 20 scholarship places are available for award in 2014.
For more information on these awards, please visit the information sheet
SYDNEY ACHIEVERS INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS
The University of Sydney takes great pleasure in announcing the Sydney Achievers International Scholarships for new international students commencing at the University in 2014. These prestigious scholarships are aimed at attracting high achieving, academically meritorious, international students to enjoy the Sydney experience at one of the finest institutions of higher education in the world.
Visit the Sydney Achievers International Scholarships page for more information
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
The University of Sydney provides information on external scholarship opportunities for international students, along with its internal schemes:
The University of Sydney Merit and Entry Scholarships.
Students are encouraged to look for funding from any source available to them. For example, you may be able to find further scholarship information from companies, universities in your home country, the Australian mission in your home country, by searching the internet.
For more information, please visit Scholarships for international undergraduate students