Fully Funded Scholarship In Australia, 2017
Fully Funded Scholarship has opened applications to pursue masters at University of Queensland (UQ) in Australia. This scholarships is open for local and international students. Scholarships will be awarded to students for masters at University of Queensland (UQ). The aim of the University of Queensland (UQ) is to enable and encourage academically able students.
The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage and support international students from low to middle income countries with demonstrated frontline experience of working on development projects. Applicants must have a stated desire and purpose to bring frontline learning to higher levels of aid organisations and development policy arenas. Applicants must have been educationally disadvantaged as a result of their financial circumstances and wish to undertake the Master of Leadership in Global Development postgraduate coursework program.
The value of the scholarship is $36,688 (indexed annually) to cover either
- Scholarship A) full tuition fees for the MLGD program for the year for which it is held OR
- Scholarship B) a Living Allowance, Visa application fees, a Travel & Establishment grant, Standard Overseas Student Health (OSHC) cover and the UQ Student Services Amenities Fee (SSAF)
An applicant is eligible for the scholarship, if the applicant –
- Submits an application to the Head, by the closing date for applications; and
- Is an international student within the meaning of the Fee Rules; and
- Has an existing application with UQ for the MLGD and meets all entry requirements for the program – conditional on earning the MicroMasters® credential.
- For the selection process, the Head must establish a Selection Committee, comprising –
- The Head, or nominee, as Chair of the Committee; and
- The Program Director of the MLGD program; and
- One member of the university’s academic staff who is currently teaching into the program.
- The scholarship is awarded to the applicant showing greatest merit as demonstrated by –
- Demonstrated frontline experience working on development projects
- Educational disadvantage experienced as a result of financial circumstances;
- Demonstrated interest in a continued career in the development sector;
- Personal qualities, including leadership potential, community service and engagement; and
- Any other matter that the selection committee considers to be relevant to the applicant’s futursuccess in the development profession
Deadline: 1st September 2017