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Australian Veterans' Children Assistance Trust (AVCAT) Scholarships

  • Application deadline 31-Oct-18
  • Who can apply All international
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Bachelor of Computer Science Program Scholarship

Candidates must meet all of these: Be a first year commencing student Have an OP score of 1-7 (or ATAR equivalent) Applicants cannot be in receipt of any other scholarship Applicants must be enrolled or intending to enrol full-time in the Bachelor of Computer Science

  • Application deadline 21-Jan
  • Who can apply All international
  • Value of scholarship 3000 total value

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Bank Australia Learning Potential Fund Scholarship

You must be one of: an Australian citizen (including dual citizens) a permanent resident of Australia a permanent humanitarian visa holder a New Zealand citizen. You must also be: from a low-income background experiencing financial hardship enrolled in or applying for any undergraduate course.

  • Who can apply All international
  • Value of scholarship 5000 a year

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BDO Learning Potential Fund Scholarship

You must be one of: an Australian citizen (including dual citizens) a permanent resident of Australia a permanent humanitarian visa holder a New Zealand citizen. You must also be: from a low-income background experiencing financial hardship enrolled in or applying for one of: Bachelor of Business (Accountancy) Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Laws (Honours)

  • Who can apply All international
  • Value of scholarship 3500 a year

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Bellmaine French Appreciation Travelling Scholarship

To be eligible applicants must: be an Australian citizen or have permanent resident status be able to travel and take up the scholarship within 2 years of scholarship acceptance continue their studies in a bachelor degree in Semester 1 2018 have completed a minimum of 8 USQ courses   be enrolled in a minimum of 3 study units in each of Semester 1 and Semester 2 of each year of study  be studying on-campus or online or  have completed a bachelor degree of full-time study at USQ within the last 12 months.

  • Application deadline 27-Oct
  • Who can apply All international
  • Value of scholarship The scholarship will have a maximum value of AUD $20, 000.

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Bob and Margaret Frater International Travel Scholarship

Citizenship:  international students Must be working in the teaching profession in a New South Wales or Australian Capital Territory Catholic primary school Must be an early career teacher or a teacher returning to career after a break

  • Application deadline 05-Mar
  • Who can apply All international
  • Value of scholarship The scholarship is valued at up to AUD $10,000, to be paid in one lump sum.

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Bond Business School Postgraduate Bursaries

Eligibility is judged on your contribution to the community, whatever form that might take. The bursary is not available to students already enrolled in any of the programs listed above. You must be academically qualified for entry into your chosen program and accept a place in the program if one is offered. Eligibility is not judged solely on academic achievement or financial need, but on your contribution to the community. Examples of judging criteria include community involvement, leadership qualities, artistic achievements, sporting achievements, and other activities where you have been recognised for your contribution. Students who are eligible for any financial aid including scholarship or alumni discount are not eligible for the Postgraduate Bursary.

  • Who can apply All international
  • Value of scholarship The bursary comes in the form of a cash payment of AUD $4,200 to help with your living expenses while you study. The bursary will be paid in two equal installments: AUD $2,100 in Week 5 of the first semester of study and AUD $2,100 six months afterwards.

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Bond University Indigenous Medical Scholarship

Aboriginal and/ or Torres Strait Islander people who are expected to meet the requisite academic criteria and have a passion to be an Indigenous Doctor and leader for their community are encouraged to apply. The Academic Criteria before people are invited for an MMI interview include: Undergraduate applicants will be assessed on the following criteria: Overall secondary academic results (which must include Year 12 English and Chemistry OR Maths B OR Physics OR equivalent) Structured interview ranking. Postgraduate applicants will be assessed on the following criteria: GPA from previous university degree (all subjects within the qualification completed within the last 9 years) which also demonstrates qualifications at least equivalent to Queensland Year 12 English and Chemistry OR Maths B OR Physics OR an equivalent. Structured interview ranking

  • Who can apply All international
  • Value of scholarship The Bond University Indigenous Medical Scholarship offers 50% tuition remission for the Bond University Medical Program

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Bond University Indigenous Scholarships

This scholarship is available to new commencing students at Bond University in the following year, January semester. Available to Australian citizens who are of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent (as defined by ABSTUDY). Applicants must have successfully completed, or be currently completing Year 12 at an Australian High School. Applicants must meet the prerequisites and the admissions entry standards for their chosen program.

  • Who can apply All international
  • Value of scholarship Up to 100 per cent of tuition for any single diploma program or 50 per cent for any undergraduate degree program (excluding the Medical Program).

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BPS Technology Scholarship

Available to students who are children of BPS Technology Staff and its subsidiaries, members and/or their employees of Entertainment Publications, Bartercard members and/or their employees and Bartercard franchisees and/or their employees, bucqi members and/or their employees. Available to applicants currently completing Year 12 at an Australian secondary school. Applicants must be predicted to achieve an OP 1 – 5. For 2018 entry, the minimum ATAR equivalent is 91.00 or IB 34. Demonstrated strong leadership skills. Extensive involvement in extra-curricular activities.

  • Who can apply All international
  • Value of scholarship 50% tuition remission for any single undergraduate degree (excluding the Bond Medical Program).

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