2015 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 2015.

These prestigious Scholarships will be offered to high achieving, academically meritorious, international students, inviting them to enjoy the Sydney experience at one of the finest institutions of higher education in the world.


Sydney Achievers International Scholarships (Undergraduate)

Benefits
  • AUD$10,000 each per annum, available for the CRICOS registered duration of a recipient’s program of study, for any Undergraduate program offered at the University of Sydney (subject to the recipient maintaining satisfactory academic progress each year).
  • No living allowance is payable.
Criteria for Eligibility
  • Applicants must have completed an Australian Year 12 qualification or an international senior secondary qualification accepted by the University with outstanding results, as deemed by the University of Sydney.
  • Students completing Foundation Studies Programs offered by Australian or New Zealand universities are eligible.
  • Students who have already commenced/completed tertiary studies, or students transferring with credit exemptions and/or advanced standing, are not eligible.

For further information on equivalents to Australian Year 12 qualifications and a table showing standard academic requirements for some of these examinations relative to ATAR scores see:
Undergraduate entry requirements

To enquire about this scholarship: email .

Sydney Achievers International Scholarships (Postgraduate)

Benefits
  • AUD$10,000 each per annum (ie, $15,000 in total for a 1.5 year program, $20,000 in total for a 2 year program), available for the CRICOS registered duration of a recipient’s program of study, for any Postgraduate Coursework program offered at the University of Sydney (subject to the recipient maintaining satisfactory academic progress each year).
  • No living allowance is payable.
Criteria for Eligibility
  • Applicants must have completed the equivalent of an Australian Bachelor degree qualification with outstanding results based on the Australian grading system, as deemed by the University of Sydney.
  • Students who have already commenced/completed postgraduate studies, or students transferring with credit exemptions and/or advanced standing, are not eligible.

To enquire about this scholarship: email .


Application Procedure

  • To be considered for the Sydney Achievers International Scholarship, a candidate must receive an Unconditional Offer of Admission. Applicants receiving an Unconditional Offer of Admission for will be invited to lodge an Expression of Interest. The closing date for the EOI form will be indicated in the invitation letter.
  • Successful candidates are expected to be notified by email in February.
  • Applications for Admission to Semester One 2015 are now open. To apply, visit our FIND A COURSE website.

Selection Criteria

  • Selection will be based strictly on academic merit as per the University’s admission requirements.
  • Selection will be based on actual results (academic and English language proficiency). Predicted/forecast results will not be considered.
  • Only applicants with unconditional offers of admission will be considered.
  • Selection will be made by the Student Recruitment & Admissions Group, whose decision will be final. No appeals will be entertained.

Conditions

  • Scholarship recipients will need to maintain satisfactory academic progress, which, for the purposes of retaining the Scholarship, is defined as maintaining a credit average (at least 65%) or more each year. Failure to do so may result in the Scholarship being terminated.
  • Successful candidates:
    - must not be in receipt of any other tuition scholarship or sponsorship;
    - must commence study in Semester One 2015 – commencement may not be deferred to a later semester;
    - will be required to pay for their own airfares to Sydney, living expenses, study materials, text books, any ancillary fees (if applicable) and Overseas Student Health Cover each year;
    - are also responsible for paying the balance of the tuition fees each year;
    - are required to enrol as full-time international students and must maintain their international student status on a full-time basis throughout their enrolment at the University of Sydney; and
    - may not be entitled to a ‘Leave of Absence’ during the duration of the Scholarship, unless it is due to extenuating circumstances.

The University of Sydney reserves the right to make changes to this Scholarships program without notice and at its discretion.


Sydney Achievers Awardees - Semester One, 2013

Sydney Achievers Awardees - Semester One, 2013

Sydney Achievers Awardees - Semester One, 2013 (Image: Ted Sealey)

UNDERGRADUATE
Hiu Tung CHAN (Hong Kong), Bachelor of Veterinary Science, Faculty of Veterinary Science
Yun-Sir CHOI (South Korea), Bachelor of Veterinary Science, Faculty of Veterinary Science
Jialing YU (China), Bachelor of Music (Performance), Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Sanha LEE (South Korea), Bachelor of Visual Arts, Sydney College of the Arts
Linh Phuong PHAM (Vietnam), Bachelor of Pharmacy , Faculty of Pharmacy
Melissa Christina MOYCE (USA), B of Environmental Systems, Faculty of Agriculture and Environment
Fen Ni Sarah Jane HO (Malaysia), B of Design in Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning
Nicole HWANG USA B of Arts (Advanced) (Honours) and B of Medicine and B of Surgery, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Eshan Ebne HASHEM (Bangladesh), Bachelor of Commerce, The University of Sydney Business School
Dinh Anh Nhi TRAN (Vietnam), Bachelor of Commerce, The University of Sydney Business School
Won Jae JUN (South Korea), Bachelor of Commerce, The University of Sydney Business School
An Qi LIU (China), Bachelor of Commerce, The University of Sydney Business School
Muhammad Masrur MUSHFIQUE (Bangladesh), Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical), Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies
Yunjie LIU (China), Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic), Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies
Shu Kim WANG (Malaysia), Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy), Faculty of Health Sciences
Hoi Wah Dorcas SIU (Hong Kong), Bachelor of Applied Science (MRS) Diagnostic Radiography, Faculty of Health Sciences

POSTGRADUATE
Qi Ting VONG (Singapore), Master of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Health Sciences
Sarah BURKS (USA), Master of Public Health, Sydney Medical School
Joanne Sara JACOB (India), Master of International Public Health, Sydney Medical School
Jenna Elizabeth SCHURMEIER (USA), Master of Nursing, Sydney Nursing School
Gregory MINTZ (USA), Master of Environmental Science and Law, Faculty of Science
Valentina GIANNELLI, (Italy), Master of Nutrition and Dietetics, Faculty of Science
Ricardo VALVERDE DE LOYOLA (Mexico), Master of Film and Digital Image, Sydney College of the Arts
Mabel Yih Ping WONG (Malaysia), Master of Music Studies (Performance), Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Alma Emilia JACOBSON (Sweden), Master of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning
Hans Wiradinata LATUPERISSA (Indonesia), Master of Design Science (Sustainable Design), Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning
Apilarp PHAOPINYO (Thailand), Master of Economics, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Alexander Michael CATAURO (Canada), Doctor of Dental Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry
David Tran NGUYEN (Canada), Doctor of Dental Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry
Andrew Han LI (USA), Master of Teaching (Primary), Faculty of Education and Social Work
Jeonghwa KU (South Korea), Master of Education, Faculty of Education and Social Work
Jihye RYU (South Korea), Master of Education (Educational Management and Leadership), Faculty of Education and Social Work

Sydney Achievers Awardees - Semester Two, 2012

UNDERGRADUATE
Hyun Bin BAE (South Korea), B Medical Science, Faculty of Science

POSTGRADUATE
Jericah REGADO (The Philippines), M Strategic Public Relations, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
Kari Meta GREENSWAG (USA), M Arts, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
Julia Adele ROSSI (USA), M Peace & Conflict Studies, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
Edward Prasetio Hosan POEK (Indonesia), M Commerce, The University of Sydney School of Business
Angela Christine Hughes NELSON (USA), M Education (Research Methodology), Faculty of Education and Social Work
Dofel Joseph Ong CALLA (The Philippines), M International Public Health, Sydney Medical School
Erin TETARENKO (Canada), M Science in Coaching Psychology, Faculty of Science
Ashlee GARRETT (USA), M Interactive and Digital Media, Sydney College of the Arts

Sydney Achievers Awardees - Semester One, 2012 (Inaugural Recipients)

UNDERGRADUATE
Navnith Singh GREWAL (Malaysia), B.Engineering, Faculty of Engineering & IT
Ziyi HUANG (PR China), B.Design(Arch), Faculty of Architecture, Design & Planning
Sandy HUNG (Taiwan), B.Pharmacy, Faculty of Pharmacy
Young Su KIM (South Korea), B.Music(Perf), Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Song En Andrew LAI (Malaysia), B.Commerce, The University of Sydney Business School
Joshua NOCK (UK), B.Science, Faculty of Science
Tiffanie Daisy SUGIANTO (Indonesia), B.Pharmacy, Faculty of Pharmacy
Siok Hwa Genevieve TEO (Singapore), B.Vet.Sc., Faculty of Veterinary Science
Jianzhang James WANG (PR China), B.Design(Arch), Faculty of Architecture, Design & Planning

POSTGRADUATE
Megan Kamille ARNESON (Canada), M.Physiotherapy, Faculty of Health Sciences
Sepand ASADOLLAHEI (Iran), M.Interactive & Digital Media, Sydney College of the Arts
Matthias ENGE (Germany), LL.M., Sydney Law School
Kien Quoc NGUYEN (Vietnam), M.Interactive & Digital Media, Sydney College of the Arts
Caroline PERINET (France), M.Engineering, Faculty of Engineering & IT
Soung Oo WAY (USA), Juris Doctor, Sydney Law School
Spencer WILKINSON (USA), M.Nursing, Sydney Nursing School
Tiantain ZHU (PR China), M.Music Studies(Perf), Sydney Conservatorium of Music
*Plus 1 recipient from the Faculty of Dentistry (D.Dental Medicine)

Sydney Achievers morning tea photo 2012-03-19

Sydney Achievers feted at morning tea (Image: Ted Sealey)