MBA Student Scholarships in Australia 2023 – The University Of Queensland is open to international students. Australia has six of the world’s top 100 universities and has over the years been a top destination for learning for international students. Australia has an exceptional higher education system. With over 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions, the Australian system is ranked 8th in the Universitas 2019 U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems, higher than France, Germany, Norway, and Japan.
Australian Government and Universities in Australia offer a wide range of scholarships for international and domestic students every year. These scholarships are either tuition fee waivers, fully funded, or partially funded. Tuition fee scholarships waive off the whole fees, partially funded scholarships provide tuition fee discounts, and fully funded scholarships cover tuition fees, travel allowance, and living expenses.
The Australian Government has invested more than A$300 million to provide scholarships for international students. The scholarships are available in the majority of top-ranking Australian Universities.
All scholarships are awarded at the discretion of the MBA Director, whose decision is final. Not every scholarship will be awarded annually.
Scholarship deferrals to future semesters are not permitted. Scholarships will not be extended beyond the 24-month timeframe.
MBA Student Scholarships in Australia 2023 – The University of Queensland is available to undertake Postgraduate level programs at the University of Queensland.
The following subjects are available to study under this scholarship program.
- All Subjects
The University of Queensland will provide 25% of the tuition fee to the selected students.
You’re eligible if you:
- are offered a place in the MBA program or GCBA/GDipBA articulation pathway to the MBA
- are international student.
If you are a domestic student, please see the MBA Student Scholarship – Full-time or part-time.
Apply using the online application form.
- a copy of your CV
- 2 written work-related references
- a video (5 minutes max) that tells the scholarship panel:
- about your motivations for choosing to study for an MBA degree and your career aspirations
- about a time you overcame a professional or personal obstacle
- what have you done to make your work environment or your community a better place?
Your CV and reference documents can be the same ones you use for your program application.