If you're a Sydney University student planning to study overseas, you may be able to access financial support through the New Colombo Plan or Endeavour grants.
In partnership with the Australian Government, we offer a variety of funding opportunities to support students wishing to undertake credited short-term or semester-long studies abroad.
Funding is currently available for 2015 projects and 2016 projects. You must apply directly to the project coordinator listed below. If you are successful, depending on the project and its duration, you could receive between $1,000 and $7000 to put towards the cost of your program, travel and incidental costs.
Please note that places are limited and project coordinator will make the final decision regarding your eligibility to participate
These are offered under two schemes:
Considering an overseas study experience? The Endeavour Mobility Grants include the following programs for undergraduate and postgraduate students:
For information on eligibility and how to apply, contact our Sydney Abroad team.
The New Colombo Plan offers Australian undergraduate students new opportunities for prestigious scholarships and mobility grants for study and internships/mentorships in the Indo Pacific region.
Two streams of funding are available:
The New Colombo Plan Mobility Program provides mobility grants for annual University project submissions that support undergraduate students to undertake semester-long or short-term mobility programs. This includes short-term study, practicums, clinical placements, internships/mentorships and short-term research.
The mobility study undertaken overseas needs to be a mandatory course requirement or study you can credit towards your degree.
If you are currently enrolled at the University of Sydney, and you're looking for funding to study overseas (on exchange), the following scholarships and loans are also worth investigating:
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