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Scholarships for International Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students to Study in Australia 2021

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Studying abroad is truly a life-changing experience. It brings personal, academic and even career benefits to your life, you’ll learn how to be independent and you’ll have the chance to immerse yourself into a new culture. If you’re someone who loves nature and want to experience modern cities at the same time, Australia might be a good choice for you. Australia is a hugely in-demand destination for international students, with world-leading universities, multicultural society and wonderful nature, it’s not hard to see why so many students choose Australia as their study destination.

However, the cost of studying in Australia can be quite high. Fortunately, universities provide a wide range of scholarships for international students to ease their financial commitments. We have summarised a list of scholarships offered by different universities in Australia, for both undergraduates and postgraduates studies.

University of Technology Sydney

University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is a public university, which takes a global approach to education that has innovation at its core. UTS has a culturally diverse campus life and vibrant international exchange study and research programs that prepare graduates for the workplace of today and the future. 

UTS offers over 130 undergraduate and 210 postgraduate courses across traditional and emerging disciplines such as architecture, built environment, business, communication, design, education, engineering, information technology, international studies, law, midwifery, nursing, pharmacy and science.

Course Type

Category

Requirements

Award


















Undergraduate

Undergraduate Academic Excellence International Scholarship

Academic merit in the academic qualification will be used as the basis of admission

25% off tuition fees

UTS International Baccalaureate (IB) Scholarship

Aggregate scored including bonus and penalty points of 28 or above in their IB final grades

33 or above in their IB predicted grades at the point the scholarship is made

50% off tuition fee

Diploma to Degree Scholarship for Students from South East Asia

UTS recognised diploma qualification from South East Asia with a GPA of 3.4 out of 4.0 or equivalent 

25% off tuition fee

UTS Vice-Chancellor’s International Undergraduate Scholarship

Have an overall average of 85% where the pass mark is 50% or equivalent in a UTS recognised high school qualification

The payment will be made directly to the recipient’s UTS fees account each teaching session of the duration of the scholarship

UTS Insearch to UTS Pathways Scholarship

Completed a UTS Insearch Diploma in Sydney, and have an overall GPA of 6.0 or above in their diploma

50% off tuition fee













Postgraduate

UTS Vice-Chancellor’s International Postgraduate Coursework Scholarship

Have an overall average of 90% where the pass mark is 50% or equivalent in a UTS recognised Bachelor qualification

Full Tuition Fees

Postgraduate Academic Excellence International Scholarship

Meet all admission criteria for the selected Master by coursework program

25% off tuition fees

UTS Grant for Master by Coursework Students

Must have completed a Bachelor degree or higher qualification in Australia, no longer than 1 year prior to commencing at UTS

AUD$3,000 towards the first session tuition fees

MBA Scholarship for Outstanding Students

  • Must be commencing the UTS Master of Business Administration (MBA) program
  • Have achieved a minimum academic achievement of Distinction average (75%)

AUD$5,000 towards the first session tuition fees

Curtin University

Curtin University is the number one university in Western Australia for graduate employment. Over the decades, Curtin University has grown to become a vibrant and collaborative setting where ideas, skills and cultures come together. 

Curtin’s degrees are regularly reviewed by industry, business and government to ensure graduates are prepared for today’s changing global market. Curtin’s international reputation for research is also continuing to build momentum. The university strikes a balance between research that solves defined problems for industry and society and research that pushes the boundaries for understanding.

Course Type

Category

Requirements

Award


Undergraduate

Australian Year 12 Scholarship (SACE/ Ausmat)

Completed an Australian high school qualification either in Australia or overseas

25% off the first year tuition fee































Both Undergraduate and Postgraduate coursework

Alumni & Family Scholarship

Students who themselves or their siblings/parents/children are Curtin Alumni (must have completed a whole qualification) OR;

Their sibling, parent or child have a current enrolment in an academic program at Curtin’s Western Australia campuses

25% off the first year tuition fee

Merit Scholarship

Students commencing studies at Curtin’s Western Australia campuses for the first time in 2021

25% off their first year tuition fee

Diplomatic Scholarship

Meet Curtin University’s academic and English language entry requirements

25% off their first year tuition fee

Starter Support Scholarship

Students studying online, outside of Western Australia, commencing in semester 1 2021 who are unable to travel to Western Australia due to border and/or travel restrictions.

  • Enrolled in 2 units (50 credit points) AUD$2000 reduction
  • Enrolled in 3 units (75 credit points) AUD$3750 reduction
  • Enrolled in 4 units (100 credit points) AUD$5000 reduction

Access Support Scholarship

  • Must be commencing your Semester 1, 2021 studies online outside Western Australia due to border closure and associated travel restrictions
  • Must be a recipient of either a Curtin International Merit, Curtin International Alumni & Family or Curtin International Australian Year 12 Scholarship

A one-off AUD$1,500 fee remission against Semester 1, 2021 fees

Data Driven Analytics Scholarship

Students need to be enrolled in an accredited degree where the outcome relates to employment opportunities in business analytics and data science

Total of AUD$3,000 paid as a cash stipend of AUD$1,000 per annual calendar





Postgraduate coursework

Destination Australia Scholarship

  • Must be enrolled in Master of Professional Engineering (Mining Engineering) or Master of Professional Engineering (Metallurgical Engineering) 

AUD$15,000 per annum for the duration of the postgraduate degree


The scholarship will be paid as cash stipend of AUD$7,500 per semester

Griffith University

Since Griffith started over 40 years ago, they’ve been deeply connected to the Asian’s region, and have also become a comprehensive, research-intensive university, ranking in the top 2% of universities worldwide. Griffith’s high quality degrees are specifically designed to prepare students for the future, and are developed in consultation with industry, based on cutting-edge research, and taught by Australia’s most awarded teachers.

At Griffith University students will have access to the diverse range of student support initiatives, including programs and staff dedicated specifically to helping international students. They provide students with first-class support during their Griffith experience.

UEC

Maximum 10 subjects

A1=8, A2=7, B3=6, B4=5, B5=4, B6=3, C7=2, C8=1

  • STPM
  • A-Level

Best 3 A Level or combination of A and AS Level subjects

A*=6, A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1 

(AS Levels are equivalent to half points, e.g. A=2.5)

Course Type

Category

Requirements

Award





Both Undergraduate and Postgraduate coursework

International Student Academic Excellence Scholarship

UEC: Aggregate score of 28

A-Level: Aggregate score of 8

25% off tuition fee 

International Student Academic Merit Scholarship

UEC: Aggregate score of 45

A-Level: Aggregate score of 10.5

20% off tuition fee

Griffith Remarkable Scholarship

50% off tuition fee 

Note: All the scholarships above only applied for the duration of the program. The course duration is defined as the Program Length as stated in the Letter of Offer.

Undergraduate

Griffith College Diploma to Degree Scholarship

Complete a diploma at Griffith College

AUD$3,000 will be deducted from undergraduate tuition fees only and will be applied in the first trimester in the first year of the program.

University of Tasmania

Tasmania is uniquely placed to offer a true Australian experience. The state is an overwhelmingly English-speak environment and has a traditional Australian culture, all in a stunning and fun packed location. The University of Tasmania (UTAS) is very highly regarded for its commitment to excellence in learning and teaching. 

The courses in UTAS give students the opportunity to explore nature and access adventure while studying. Field work and hands-on learning will take students all over the incredible island of Tasmania.

Course Type

Category

Requirements

Award

Both Undergraduate and Postgraduate Coursework

Tasmanian International Scholarship (TIS)

(not applicable to the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of Dementia Care and AMC Seafaring courses)

All international students who submit an International Student Application to study in an undergraduate degree will be automatically asses 

25% off tuition fees for the duration of the course

Destination Australia Scholarship

Selection will be based on academic merit and quality of the written application

AUD$15,000 per year

Family Alumni Bursary

Students must be able to demonstrate that they previously had, or currently have a parent or sibling studying at UTAS

10% off tuition fees for the duration of the course

Undergraduate

Partner Scholarships

Must be an international student coming from a partner institution (Contact Us for more info)

10% off tuition fees for the duration of the course

Postgraduate Coursework

Postgraduate Alumni Scholarship

Have completed an undergraduate course at UTAS and have applied for a postgraduate coursework program

10% off tuition fees for the duration of the course

Deakin University

Deakin University is one of the top young universities in the world, with a reputation for being innovative and visionary, forging new paths both locally and globally. Deakin is known for its top quality facilities, research and teaching, they invested in the least technology and learning tools to enhance the learning experience for their students.

There are four different faculties in Deakin University, including arts and education, business and law, health, and science, engineering and built environment. Deakin University offers world-class courses delivered from 14 schools across these four different faculties.

Course Type

Category

Requirements

Award

Both Undergraduate and Postgraduate Coursework 

Destination Australia Scholarships

  • Meet minimum entry-level requirements
  • Application automatically assessed for eligibility
  • Preference will be given to students who can show academic achievement

Cash payment up to AUD$15,000 per year

Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship

Achieved an 85% average (or equivalent) in previous studies

100% or 50% off tuition fees

Deakin International Scholarship

Achieved a 65% average (or equivalent) in previous studies

25% off tuition fees

STEM Scholarship

Be studying a Deakin undergraduate or postgraduate coursework (including honours) from the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment

20% off tuition fees

Business and Law International Partner Institutions Bursary 

  • Be studying an undergraduate or postgraduate coursework Deakin degree within the Faculty of Business and Law
  • Must be an international student coming from a partner institution (Contact Us for more info)

10% off tuition fees

Warrnambool Residential International Scholarships

  • studying an award degree in Marine Biology, Education, Nursing or Commerce
  • Living on-campus at Deakin Residences Warrnambool

50% off accommodation costs

Undergraduate 

Warrnambool Campus International Bursary

Have applied to study a Bachelor of Nursing, Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Environmental Science at Deakin’s Warrnambool Campus

20% off tuition fees and

20% off accommodation costs

Postgraduate

Alumni Postgraduate Bursary

Available to Deakin alumni and their immediate family

15% off study fees

Global Health Leaders Scholarship

Applicants should be enrolling in any of the following courses: Master of Public Health, Master of Health and Human Services Management, Master of Health Economics, Master of Health Promotion, Master of Nutrition and Population Health

20% off tuition fees

Master of Business Administration Global Leader’s Scholarship

Note: To apply for admission to the MBA program, a few criteria must be satisfied. Contact us for more info

  • Applicants should be enrolled in the Master of Business Administration or Master of Business Administration (Healthcare Management)
  • Have achieved a min WAM of 65

20% off total course cost

Master of Laws (LLM) Scholarship

  • Completed a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree or equivalent
  • Applicants will be accessed based on academic merit, professional experience, quality of their application and interview performance

AUD$10,000 off for the duration of the course

Western Sydney University

Western Sydney University is a world-class university, globally recognised for its research strengths and innovations in teaching. Located in the Western Sydney which is the nation’s third largest economy, and one of the fastest growing populations. Unlike the traditional lecture-down approach, the pioneering model of co-created learning treats the students as partners in their education.

They value academic excellence, integrity and the pursuit of knowledge. Western Sydney University offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes in various fields such as law, medicine, social sciences, computer science, engineering, education, psychology, humanities and business. They are research-led and committed to making a positive impact on the communities.

Course Type

Category

Requirements

Award







Undergraduate

Vice Chancellor’s Academic Excellence Undergraduate Scholarships

Achieved a minimum ATAR of 90 or equivalent in higher secondary studies

50% off tuition fees

Western Sydney International Scholarships – Undergraduate

  • Satisfy the minimum entry level requirements
  • Awards are granted on academic achievement

Up to AUD$3,000 – AUD$6,000 per year






Postgraduate

Vice-Chancellor’s Academic Excellence Postgraduate Scholarships

Achieved a minimum GPA of 5.95 on a 7 point scale or equivalent

50% off tuition fees

Western Sydney International Scholarships – Postgraduate

  • Satisfy the minimum entry level requirements
  • Awards are granted on the basis on academic merit

Up to AUD$3,000 – AUD$6,000 per year

Edith Cowan University

Edith Cowan University courses are developed in consultation with industry, and teaching staff have extensive industry experience and networks. Therefore the students in Edith Cowan University need to expect different placement opportunities, fieldwork, practicums and networking events as part of their studies. 

The university is organised into eight teaching schools, with each school responsible for ongoing research programs, the schools in Edith Cowan University include Arts & Humanities, Business & Law, Education, Engineering, Medical & Health Sciences, Nursing & Midwifery, Science, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.

Course Type

Category

Requirements

Award

















Both Undergraduate and Postgraduate

International Australian Alumni Scholarship

Have completed, or due to complete by 31 July 2021, one of the qualifying programs in Australia

20% off tuition fees for the duration of the course

International Accommodation Bursary

At all relevant times meet the entry and ongoing accommodation requirements of the ECU Student Village Mount Lawley

50% reduction in up to 22 weeks accommodation at the ECU Student Village Mount Lawley

Early Acceptance Bursary

Applicants must accept the offer and pay their full semester tuition fees between the Opening and Closing Dates and within the specific timeframes

  • Accept and pay within 14 days of first offer issuance – $2,000 Bursary
  • Accept and pay within 15-21 days of first offer issuance – $1,000 Bursary

Welcome to ECU Online Bursary

Be able to demonstrate that applicant has been prevented from travelling to Perth to commence his/her studies due to continued travel restrictions

AUD$2,000 will be applied directly by ECU



 

Undergraduate

ECC Pathway Scholarship

Achieve a WAM (Weighted Average Mark) of 75 or above on completion of their diploma program

20% off tuition fees for the duration of the course

International Undergraduate Scholarship

Meet the entry requirements for the course

20% off tuition fees for the duration of the course

Postgraduate

Executive Dean’s 2021 Master of Engineering Scholarship

  • Achieved a min weighted average mark (WAM) of 65%
  • Must receives an offer to study the Master of Engineering at ECU

10% off tuition fees for the duration of the course

If you have any inquiries related to the scholarships above or other scholarships that haven’t been mentioned, feel free to contact us for a free consultation!

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Scholarships for SPM, IGCSE, A-Level and UEC Students in Malaysia 2021

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Cost is a major factor in the student’s decisions when choosing a university. We understand that the cost of education can have a long-term impact on one’s life, therefore it is important to sort out the budget when making the decision. Scholarships can be a good financial aid option for students to get financial support in their studies, and the best part is they don’t have to be repaid! There are different scholarships provided by different private universities and colleges in Malaysia. 

If you have thought of applying for a scholarship but have no idea where to begin or how to apply, this article will give you some ideas and also some recommendations! 

Things to consider before applying for a scholarship

1. Do your research

After you have gotten your results, it is time for you to decide on which university to attend, what course to take, and not to forget to look for scholarships to ease your parents’ financial burden. There are various types of scholarships provided by the public sectors, private companies, and universities with their own specific scholarships. It is important to do your research and find out which type of scholarship suits you the best. Because different institutions have different requirements and offer different courses. Feel free to contact us for a free consultation!

2. Be mindful of the closing date

Just like the semester start date and application closing date, scholarship application also has its own deadlines, and it varies depending on the course and the institution. It is important to always be aware of the deadlines for the scholarships you are applying for. Institutions with a high volume of applications are likely to overlook late applications. Therefore it is important to mark the date, so that you will not miss it.

3. What they are looking for

It is essential to know exactly what the scholarship provider is looking for when considering who they will select as the recipient. Some universities require interviews before choosing the right scholarship holder, therefore it is important for you to showcase yourself and articulate why you think you are the best candidate for the scholarship. 

 

Different institutions might require different qualifications. The common ones would be SPM or IGCSE. This article will also talk about the types of scholarships available for different qualifications.

As mentioned above there are different types of scholarships provided by different sectors. In this article, we are giving you a list of scholarships available mainly provided by private universities/colleges.

List of universities and the scholarships they provide

Taylor’s University

Taylor’s College Merit Scholarship

Applicable for Cambridge A-Level, South Australian Certificate Education International, Foundation programmes.

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM

Minimum 45 points (A+ = 5 points, A = 4 points, A- = 3 points)

  • Full Scholarship
  • 70% Tuition Fee Waiver
  • 50% Tuition Fee Waiver

 (subject to online assessment) 

IGCSE

Minimum 40 points (A* = 5 points, A = 4 points, B = 3 points)

Taylor’s University Merit Scholarship

Applicable for Advance Diploma and Bachelor’s Degree programmes.

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM

Minimum 45 points (A+ = 5 points, A = 4 points, A- = 3 points)











70% Tuition Fee Waiver

50% Tuition Fee Waiver

(subject to interview performance) 

 

IGCSE

Minimum 40 points (A* = 5 points, A = 4 points, B = 3 points)

A-Levels

Minimum 15 points (A*/A = 5 points, B = 4 points, C = 3 points)

STPM

Minimum GPA 3.75 in 3 subjects

UEC

10 points and below in 5 subjects, and must include 5Bs with min. B4 in English or IELTS Band 6.0

Foundation / Diploma / Matriculation

Minimum CGPA 3.80

ATAR for 

Ausmat / SACE

Minimum 90

Ontario / MUFY

90% and above

IB

Minimum 30

Taylor’s Excellence Award Scholarship

Excellence Award is applicable for all Malaysian students or international students that holds the academic results from any institution in Malaysia.

Cambridge A-Level (CAL) & American Degree Transfer Programme (ADP) : Excellence Award

SPM

IGCSE

Ontario (OSSC)

UEC

2021 Quantum

8A+ / 9(A+,A,A-) and above

8A* / 9(A*,A) and above

95% and above

12 points & below

RM15,000

8(A+,A,A-)

8(A*,A)

90% – 94.99%

RM8,000

7(A+,A,A-)

7(A*,A)

88% – 89.99%

13 – 15 points

RM6,000

86% – 87.99%

6(A+,A,A-)

6(A*,A)

84% – 85.99%

RM5,000

5(A+,A,A-)

5(A*,A)

RM4,000

South Australian Certificate Education International (SACEi) & Foundation : Excellence Award

SPM

IGCSE

Ontario (OSSC)

UEC

2021 Quantum

8A+ / 9(A+,A,A-) and above

8A* / 9(A*,A) and above

95% and above

12 points & below

RM12,000

8(A+,A,A-)

8(A*,A)

90% – 94.99%

RM7,000

7(A+,A,A-)

7(A*,A)

88% – 89.99%

13 – 15 points

RM6,000

86% – 87.99%

RM5,000

6(A+,A,A-)

6(A*,A)

84% – 85.99%

RM4,000

5(A+,A,A-)

5(A*,A)

RM2,000

Diploma : Excellence Award

SPM

IGCSE

2021 Quantum

8A+ / 9(A+,A,A-) and above

8A* / 9(A*,A) and above

RM 10,000

8(A+,A,A-)

8(A*,A)

RM 8,000

7(A+,A,A-)

7(A*,A)

RM 7,000

6(A+,A,A-)

6(A*,A)

RM 6,000

5(A+,A,A-)

5(A*,A)

RM 5,000

4(A+,A,A-)

4(A*,A)

RM 4,000

3(A+,A,A-)

3(A*,A)

RM 3,000

Advanced Diploma : Excellence Award

Diploma

2021 Quantum

CGPA3.30

RM 6,000

CGPA3.70

RM 12,000

Degree : Excellence Award

STPM

UEC

Diploma / Foundation

A-Levels

ATAR / Ontario / MUFY

IB

2021 Quantum

CGPA3.00

13 – 20 points

CGPA3.30

BBB/ABC

70 (%)

25

RM6,000 per year

CGPA3.22

10 – 12 points

CGPA3.50

ABB/AAC

80 (%)

29

RM10,000 per year

CGPA3.55

9 points

CGPA3.70

AAA/AAB

90 (%)

33

RM15,000 per year

ACCA : Excellence Award

STPM

CAT

UEC

Diploma / Foundation

A-Levels

ATAR / Ontario / MUFY

IB

2021 Quantum

CGPA3.55

90

9 points

CGPA3.60

AAA/AAB

85 (%)

33

35% (RM8,400)

CGPA3.22

80

10 – 12 points

CGPA3.40

ABB/AAC

80 (%)

29

25% (RM6,000)

CGPA3.00

70

13 – 20 points

CGPA3.20

BBB/ABC

70 (%)

25

15% (RM3,600)

Asia Pacific University (APU)

APU Malaysian Scholarships & Merit Awards 2021

APU provides Merit Scholarships for students with remarkable academic performance and excellent leadership qualities. This scholarship is only available for Malaysian students.

Qualifications

Requirements

Award

Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 


*please note that Grade A, A+, A- are all considered as A’s for scholarships

10 A+

100% Full Tuition Fee Waiver (Interview Required)

 

9 A’s

50% Discount

 

8 A’s

40% Discount

 

7 A’s

30% Discount

 

6 A’s

20% Discount

 

4 – 5 A’s

10% Discount

IGCSE / O-Levels

9 A’s

50% Discount

 

8 A’s

35% Discount

 

7 A’s

20% Discount

 

4 – 6 A’s

10% Discount

UEC

12 points & below in 6 subjects

50% Discount

 

13 – 18 points in 6 subjects

35% Discount

 

19 – 24 points in 6 subjects

20% Discount

A-Levels

AAA

50% Discount

 

AAB

35% Discount

 

ABB / AAC

20% Discount

 

BBC

10% Discount

STPM

3.7 and above in 3 subjects

50% Discount

 

3.4 and above in 3 subjects

35% Discount

 

3.0 and above in 3 subjects

20% Discount

International Baccalaureate (IB)

37 points

30% Discount

 

26 – 36 points

20% Discount

APU International Students Scholarships & Merit Awards

This scholarship is available to new international students from all countries. 

Qualifications

Minimum Score in 2020/2021 Final Results

Entry to:

APU Merit Awards

A-Levels

AAA

Degree Only

30% Discount

AAB

20% Discount

ABB/AAC

10% Discount

O-Levels / IGCSE

9 A’s

Foundation Only

30% Discount

8 A’s

20% Discount

6 – 7 A’s

10% Discount

International Baccalaureate (IB)

37 points

Degree Only

30% Discount

31 – 36 points

20% Discount

26 – 30 points

10% Discount

Curtin University

Curtin Malaysia Merit Scholarship for Domestic Students

Curtin Malaysia Merit Scholarship is applicable for all Malaysian students who hold Curtin Malaysia’s Letter-of-Offer to pursue foundation or Undergraduate.

Qualification

Requirements

Value of Scholarship

SPM 

10As or more

RM 10,000 tuition fee waiver for Foundation Studies

9As

RM 6,000 tuition fee waiver for Foundation Studies

7As – 8As

RM 3,000 tuition fee waiver for Foundation Studies

O-Level / IGCSE

8As or more

RM 10,000 tuition fee waiver for Foundation Studies

7As

RM 6,000 tuition fee waiver for Foundation Studies

6As

RM 3,000 tuition fee waiver for Foundation Studies

STPM 

(not inclusive of Pengajian Am)

3As

RM 10,000 tuition fee waiver for first year

2As

RM 5,000 tuition fee waiver for first year

A-Level

(not inclusive of General Paper)

4As and above

RM10,000 tuition fee waiver for first year

2As – 3As

RM 5,000 tuition fee waiver for first year

UEC

7As and above

RM 10,000 tuition fee waiver for first year

5As – 6As

RM 5,000 tuition fee waiver for first year

Accredited External Foundation 

CGPA 3.75

30% tuition fee waiver for first year

CGPA 3.5

25% tuition fee waiver for first year

Accredited Diploma 

CGPA 4.0

30% tuition fee waiver for first year

CGPA 3.75

25% tuition fee waiver for first year

Malaysian Matriculation 

CGPA 4.0

30% tuition fee waiver for first year

CGPA 3.75

25% tuition fee waiver for first year

IB 

38 points

30% tuition fee waiver for first year

35 points

25% tuition fee waiver for first year

AUSMAT / SACE / SAM

ATAR 90

30% tuition fee waiver for first year

ATAR 85

25% tuition fee waiver for first year

UCSI University

UCSI University Trust Scholarship

This scholarship is open to students who enrolled in any of the foundation programmes leading to a degree programme or any diploma or degree programmes at UCSI College. The scholarship is offered to students who demonstrate outstanding academic achievements, leadership attributed and participate actively in extracurricular activities and community involvements.

 

Up to Full Tuition Fee Waiver

Partial Tuition Fee Waiver

SPM

10 A+/A in the relevant subjects, including English Language

7 A+/A in the relevant subjects, including English Language

IGCSE O-Levels

8 A*/As in the relevant subjects, including English Language

6 A*/As in the relevant subjects, including English Language

STPM / Diploma / Foundation

CGPA 3.80, with relevant subjects taken into consideration

CGPA 3.50, with relevant subjects taken into consideration

A-Levels

AAA in the relevant subjects

ABB in the relevant subjects

UEC

8 As in the relevant subjects, including English Language

5 As in the relevant subjects, including English Language

SACE / AUSMAT

ATAR 90 

ATAR 85

IB

40

36

UCSI University Trust Pre-U Scholarship

This scholarship is offered to new intake Malaysian students pursuing the Foundation programme at UCSI College. 

 

Foundation in Science

Foundation in Business

SPM

IGCSE O-Levels

Scholarship Amount (RM)

9 A+/A and above (Min 8A+)

8 A*/A and above (Min 6A*)

13,000

12,920

9 A+/A and above (Min 6A+)

7 A*+/A and above (Min 4A*)

6,500

6,500

9 A+/A/A-

7 A*/A

5,500

5,500

8 A+/A/A-

6 A*/A

4,500

4,500

7 A+/A/A-

5 A*/A

3,500

3,500

6 A+/A/A-

4 A*/A

2,500

2,500

5 A+/A/A-

3 A*/A

1,500

1,500

UCSI University Trust SACE International Scholarship

This scholarship is offered to new intake students pursuing the South Australian Certificate Education International programme conducted by UCSI College.

SPM Achievements

IGCSE O-Levels Achievement

Scholarship Amount (RM)

9 A+/A and above (Min 8A+)

8 A*/A and above (Min 6A*)

16,000

9 A+/A and above (Min 6A+)

7 A*+/A and above (Min 4A*)

7,500

9 A+/A/A-

7 A*/A

6,000

8 A+/A/A-

6 A*/A

5,000

7 A+/A/A-

5 A*/A

4,000

6 A+/A/A-

4 A*/A

3,000

5 A+/A/A-

3 A*/A

2,500

UCSI University Trust A-Level Scholarship

This scholarship is offered to new intake students pursuing Cambridge GCE A-Levels programme conducted by UCSI College. 

SPM Achievements

IGCSE O-Levels Achievement

Scholarship Amount (RM)

9 A+/A and above (Min 8A+)

8 A*/A and above (Min 6A*)

25,020

9 A+/A and above (Min 6A+)

7 A*+/A and above (Min 4A*)

15,000

9 A+/A/A-

7 A*/A

12,500

8 A+/A/A-

6 A*/A

8,000

7 A+/A/A-

5 A*/A

7,000

6 A+/A/A-

4 A*/A

6,000

5 A+/A/A-

3 A*/A

5,000

SEGi University

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM/O-Levels

10 As and above

100%

 

9 As

75%

 

8 As

50%

STPM/A-Levels/

Local Matriculation/Foundation/Diploma

CGPA 4.00/ 4As

100%

 

CGPA 3.75/3As

75%

 

CGPA 3.50/2As

50%

UEC (Points of 5 Best Subjects)

7As or 5 points

100%

 

6As or 7 points

75%

 

5As or 10 points

50%

 

4As or 15 points

25%

Australian Matriculation (SACE, WACE, MUFY, SAM, AUSMAT) / International Baccalaureate (IB)

ATAR 95 – 100 / IB: 40 – 42

100%

 

ATAR 90 – 94 / IB: 36 – 39

75%

 

ATAR 85 – 89 / IB: 34 – 35

50%

Methodist College Kuala Lumpur (MCKL)

The course fee in MCKL is relatively affordable compared to other colleges offering the same course and they also offer generous scholarship schemes.

100% Merit Scholarship (inclusive of interview)

Qualifications

Requirements

Entry to:

Award

  • SPM

  • IGCSE / O-Level

9A* / 10A (must include 9A+)

  • Cambridge A-Level (CAL)
  • Australian Matriculation (AUSMAT)
  • Certified Accounting Technician (CAT)
  • Diploma in Early Childhood Education (DECE)
  • American Degree Transfer Programme (ADTP)

 

 

 

 

 

 

100% 

A-Level

4As

  • American Degree Transfer Programme (ADTP)
  • Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)

STPM

CGPA 4.00

AUSMAT

ATAR 98

UEC


(based on the top 5 subjects)

5 points

Other Merit Scholarships

Qualifications

Requirements

Amount (RM)

Entry to:

  • American Degree Transfer Program (ADTP)
  • Cambridge A-Level (CAL)
  • Australian Matriculation (AUSMAT)
  • SPM 
  • IGCSE / O-Level

8A* / 9A & Above (must include 8A+)

12,000

 

9A & Above (must include 7A+ / A*)

9,500

 

8A & Above (must include 6A+ / A*)

7,000

 

8A & Above

4,500

 

6A & Above

3,000

 

5A & Above

1,000

UEC

 

(based on the top 5 subjects)

7 points

12,000

 

9 points

9,500

 

11 points

7,000

 

13 points

4,500

 

15 points

3,000

Diploma in Early Childhood Education (DECE)

  • SPM 
  • IGCSE / O-Level

8A & Above

12,000

 

7A & Above

9,500

 

6A- / A & Above

7,000

 

5A- / A & Above

4,500

 

3A- / A & Above

3,000

ACCA Foundation in Accountancy (ACCA FIA)

  • SPM
  • IGCSE / O-Level

8A & Above

6,000

 

7A & Above

5,000

 

6A- / A & Above

4,000

 

5A- / A & Above

3,000

 

3A- / A & Above

2,000

American Degree Transfer Program (ADTP)

A-Level

3As

12,000

2As 1B

7,000

1A 1B

3,000

STPM

CGPA 3.75

12,000

CGPA 3.50

7,000

CGPA 3.25

3,000

AUSMAT

ATAR 90

12,000

ATAR 85

7,000

ATAR 80

3,000

Association of Chartered Certified Accountants

A-Level

3As

2,250

2As 1B

1,500

1A 1B

750

STPM

CGPA 3.75

2,250

CGPA 3.50

1,500

CGPA 3.25

750

AUSMAT

ATAR 90

2,250

ATAR 85

1,500

ATAR 80

750

UEC

 

(based on the top 5 subjects)

8 points

2,250

12 points

1,500

15 points

750

There you go – a comprehensive list of scholarships provided by private universities/colleges in Malaysia. Hopefully, it will help you to gain more useful insights. If you feel too overwhelmed after reading the article, don’t worry we are here to help! We will help you to look for the right scholarships depending on your situation. Don’t be afraid to reach out to us, feel free to contact us for a free consultation!

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Top 10 Universities in Australia 2020

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About QS World University Rankings

The following Top 10 Universities in Australia 2020  are based on world renowned QS World University Rankings system. It is an annual publication  comprised of the global overall university and subject rankings and many other measures. Therefore, it is the most widely read rankings system in the world.
This system provides data and methodical evaluations based on high-quality research and innovative analytics approaches to ensure that potential students receive accurate information.

Australian Rankings

Global Rankings

University

1

29

Australian National University (ANU)

2

38

University of Melbourne

3

42

University of Sydney

4

43

University of New South Wales (UNSW)

5

47

University of Queensland (UQ)

6

58

Monash University

7

86

University of Western Australia (UWA)

8

106

University of Adelaide

9

140

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

10

207

University of Newcastle, Australia (UON)

1. Australian National University (ANU)

About ANU

ANU was established in 1946 as a national research institution. It is located in the heart of the capital of Australia, Canberra. ANU has approximately 20,000 students annually. ANU is also a member of the Group of Eight in Australia.

ANU Rankings

ANU is consistently ranked in the Top universities. Thereby, ensuring high quality education. The university is home to some of the top subjects taught in the world

Program

Subject Ranking in the World

Duration

Indicative Annual Fee (2020)

Bachelor of Philosophy – Science (Honours)

5th

4 Years

AUD$45,864

Bachelor of Health Science

15th

3 Years

AUD$47,880

Bachelor of Laws (Honours)

15th

4 Years 

AUD$43,344

If you are interested to know more about studying at ANU, do not hesitate to get in touch with us. 

2. University of Melbourne

About University of  Melbourne

University of Melbourne is one of the most prestigious public research universities located in Parkville, Melbourne. It was founded in 1853 and therefore, is one of the oldest universities in the country. They have over 52,000 students annually, including 42% International students from over 130 countries. 

University of Melbourne Rankings

The university is a highly reputed institution known for its contribution to society in terms of teaching, learning and research. Some of the Top 100 subjects in the world are taught in the institution:

Program

Subject Ranking in the World

Duration

Indicative Annual Fee (2020)

Juris Doctor (Melbourne Law)

6th

3 years

AUD$41,088

Bachelor of Science in Engineering 

11th

3 Years

AUD$41,912-$45,944

Bachelor of Commerce

16th

3 Years

AUD$41,840-$44,756

If you are interested to know more about studying at University of Melbourne, do not hesitate to get in touch with us. 

3. University of Sydney

 
About University of Sydney

University of Sydney was founded in 1850 and is a public research university located in Sydney, Australia. It offers the widest range of academic programs of any university in Australia. The institution is comprised of 9 faculties and university schools through which it offers bachelors, masters and doctoral programs. 

University of Sydney Rankings

The university is regularly ranked in the Top 50 Universities in the world. As of 2020, It is  ranked 1st in Australia and 4th in the world for graduate employ-ability making its a prestigious university with a high quality education system. The institution also teaches subjects ranked in the Top 100 worldwide out of which 35 subjects are in the Top 50

Program

Subject Ranking in the World

Duration

Indicative Fee (2020)

Bachelor of Education (Primary)

12th

4 years (Full time)

AUD$48,500

Bachelor of Commerce

15th

3 years (Full time)

AUD$44,000 

Bachelor of Psychology

21st

4 years (Full time)

AUD$48,500

If you are interested to know more about studying at University of Sydney, do not hesitate to get in touch with us. 

4. University of New South Wales (UNSW)

About UNSW

University of New South Wales is a public research university located in Sydney. It was established in 1949 and is one of the leading research universities in Australia. They are continuously inspired to offer a broad range of high quality programs by developing new ideas. UNSW is a member of the Group of Eight and is regularly ranked in the top 10 universities in Australia. 

UNSW Rankings

Program

Subject Ranking in the World

Duration

Indicative Annual Fee (2020)

Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honors)

12th

4 years 

AUD$47,760

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting

15th

3 years

AUD$44,880

Bachelor of Psychological Science

21st

3 years 

AUD$ 47,760

If you are interested to know more about studying at UNSW, do not hesitate to get in touch with us. 

5. University of Queensland (UQ)

About UQ

University of Queensland is a public research university located in the capital of Queensland. They are the 5th oldest university in Australia. Therefore, it is a leading and highly reputed university in the world. The university accommodates around 54,000 students including around 18,000 international students.

UQ Rankings

UQ is consistently ranked in the top world’s universities and is a founding member of the Group of Eight. It has won more Australian Awards for Teaching than any other university in Australia. As a leading prestigious university, they teach some of the world’s highest ranked subjects:

Program

Global Subject Ranking

Duration

Indicative Annual Fee (2020)

Bachelor of Environmental Science (Honors)

11th

4 years (Full time)

AUD$43,504

Bachelor of Education (Primary)

19

4 years (Full time)

AUD$32,352

Bachelor of Nursing

21

3 years (Full time)

AUD$34,736

If you are interested to know more about studying at UQ, do not hesitate to get in touch with us. 

6. Monash University 

About Monash University

Monash University is a public research university established in 1958. It is a member of the Group of Eight as well. It is the second oldest institution in the state of Victoria, therefore, continuously providing top quality education. Also, it is the only Group of Eight University with triple crown International business accreditation within the Faculty of Business and Economics : AACSB,EQUIS and AMBA. 

Monash University Rankings

Monash University is the largest university in Australia and is regularly ranked in the Top 100 universities in the world. The institution is maintaining its position as 66th for Graduate employability. It teaches many subjects ranked in the Top 100 in the world :

Program

Global Subject Ranking

Duration

Indicative Annual Fee (2020)

Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honors)

3rd

4 years (Full time)

$44,500

Bachelor of Education (Honours)

16th

4.25 years (Full time) 

$34,000

Bachelor of Nursing

17th

3 years (Full time)

$35,000

If  you are interested to know more about studying at Monash University, do not hesitate to get in touch with us. 

7. University of Western Australia (UWA)

About UWA

UWA is a public research university founded in 1911 and is situated in the Australian state of Western Australia. It is the sixth oldest university in Australia. The university is consistent in setting high standards for other universities to follow in terms of its education levels, recognitions and achievements nationally and internationally.

UWA Rankings

It offers a number of subject teachings ranked in the Top 100 worldwide and in the Top 150. As other universities above, UWA too is a part of the Group of Eight. UWA scored 5-star rating in student demand, Student: Teacher Ratio and Student Retention.

Program

Global Subject Ranking

Duration

Indicative Annual Fee (2020)

Bachelor of Science

4th – Engineering Science

41nd – Psychology

3 years 

AUD $38,600

Bachelor of Physiology (Honours)

22nd

4 years

AUD$41,200

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting 

51- 100

3 years 

AUD $38,600

If you are interested to know more about studying at UWA, do not hesitate to get in touch with us. 

8. University of Adelaide

About University of Adelaide

The University of Adelaide is a public university established in 1874, thereby, making it the third oldest university in Australia. It is well known for high impact research that contributes to the challenges of the world in aim to provide economic and social benefits. There are 21,142 students enrolled in the institution and Malaysian students represent one of the top 8 countries for the international student population in the University.

University of Adelaide Rankings

The university is regularly ranked in the Top 10 in Australia. The institution has a well-established reputation and international recognition for high quality education as well as progressive thinking. Furthermore, they teach a few subjects ranked in the world’s Top 100 :

Program

Global Subject Ranking

Duration

Indicative Annual Fee (2020)

Bachelor of Engineering – Mining (Honors)

26th

4 years (Full time)

$43,000

Bachelor of Nursing

42nd

3 years (Full time)

$35,500

Bachelor of Laws

51 – 100

4 years (Full time)

$41,000

If you are interested to know more about studying at University of Adelaide, do not hesitate to get in touch with us. 

9. University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

About UTS

UTS was founded in 1988 and is a public research university. The institution is a member of the Australian Technology Network, Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning. Moreover, as of 2019, UTS enrolled 46,159 students including 15,450 international students. 

UTS Rankings

It is ranked 11th in the Top 50 under 50 years university rankings across the world. Over the last 30 years, UTS has presented a steady rise in academics and other achievements. The following are a few of the subjects ranked in the Top 100 globally taught by UTS :

Program

Global Subject Ranking

Duration

Indicative Annual Fee (2020)

Bachelor of Nursing

10th

3 years (Full time)

$38,060

Bachelor of Design in Interior Architecture

23rd

3 years (Full time)

$38,060

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors)

51 – 100

4 years (Full time)

$44,470

If you are interested to know more about studying at UTS, do not hesitate to get in touch with us. 

10. University of Newcastle Australia (UON)

About UON

The University of Newcastle was established in 1965 and is a public university. It is a member of Universities Australia and  Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. As of 2019, UON enrolled approximately 37, 035 students, including 7,082 international students.

UON Rankings 

As a university operating for 55 years, UON has presented tremendous growth over the years.
UON is teaching some of the highly ranked subjects in the world

Program

Global Subject Ranking

Duration

Indicative Annual Fee (2020)

Bachelor of Nursing 

47th

3 years (Full time)

$34,355

Bachelor of Design (Architecture)

51- 100

3 years (Full time)

$30,890

Bachelor Education (Early Childhood and Primary) 

51 – 100

4 years (Full time)

$32,360

If you are interested to know more about studying at UON, do not hesitate to get in touch with us. 

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Top reasons to study in Queensland (2020)

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The opportunity to study in Queensland is one of a kind. Queensland is the second largest city in Australia and the nation’s third-largest Economy. It has a rich history spanning over 1000 years. It is situated in the north-east of the country, with a population of over 5,000,000. Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and is also the largest city in the state and 3rd largest in Australia. It is often referred to as the “Sunshine State”.

Tourism fuels the state’s economy. Because, it’s an expansive area. Therefore, has many landscapes to explore ranging from tropical coastal areas to dry inland’s and sensual rain-forests. Tourists can enjoy the vast mountain range such as Bunya Mountains and Great Dividing Range. Those who like to spend time in the coastal areas can check in to the state’s most popular beaches ; Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. In addition, the world’s largest coral reef system is also located off the coast of Queensland; The Great Barrier Reef. Other smaller locations to take note of are some of the majestic waterfalls such as the Wallaman Falls and Josephine Falls.

Let’s look at a few reasons why studying in a university in Queensland might be the best option for you. 

1-  Academic Excellence

Did you know that Queensland is home to some of the high ranked universities in the world? With subjects ranked in the top 100 in the world? Queensland has a world class education system attracting over 85,000 students from over 160 countries. Studying in Queensland will allow you to choose from a diverse range of academic degree programs. Catered to your strengths and potential. Further, the study programs will help you gain a deeper understanding of the real world. It will also enhance the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in the world of employment.

Top Universities to study in Queensland

University of Queensland
Griffith University
Queensland University of Technology
James Cook University

Studying in University of Queensland

History and Campuses
University of Queensland is a public research university located in the capital of Queensland. UQ is the 5th oldest university in Australia and therefore, is a leading and highly reputed university in the world. The university accommodates around 54,000 students including around 18,000 international students.
The main campus is St.Lucia and Gatton campus is the largest campus of UQ. There are other campuses and facilities located around Queensland as well. 

University of Queensland Rankings
UQ is consistently ranked in the top world’s universities and is a founding member of the Group of Eight. UQ has won more Australian Awards for Teaching than any other university in Australia. UQ is ranked 47th in the world in 2019. As a leading prestigious university, they teach some of the world’s highest ranked subjects:

  • Sports-related subjects – 2nd
  • Engineering – Mineral and Mining – 5th
  • Environmental Studies – 11th
  • Agriculture and Forestry – 17th
  • Education and Training – 19th
  • Nursing – 21st
  • Psychology – 23rd
  • Hospitality and Leisure Management – 27th
  • Pharmacy – 31st
  • Geography – 37th

Student Activities 
UQ actively encourages and supports students to engage in extra-curricular activities on campus. This is in aim to enhance student’s experiences beyond academics. They offer a number of activities ranging from sports, clubs and societies, Music, Arts and cultural events. 

Let’s look in to few of the degree programs available at University of Queensland.

Program

Duration

Indicative Annual Fee (2020)

Bachelor of Health, Sport and Physical Education (Honours)

4 Years (Full time)

AUD$38,112

Bachelor of Environmental Science (Honours)

4 Years (Full time)

AUD$43,504

Bachelor of Education (Primary)

4 Years (Full time)

AUD$32,352

Bachelor of Nursing

3 Years (Full time)

AUD$34,736

Bachelor of Business Management

3 Years (Full time)

AUD$42,272

If you are interested in knowing more about University of Queensland, do not hesitate to get in touch with us. 

Studying in Griffith University

History and Campuses
Griffith University was established over 40 years ago in South East Queensland. Their teaching spans over six campuses and one of it is an online campus. Their vision is to be one of the most influential universities in Australia and in the Asia-Pacific region.

Griffith University Rankings
Griffiths focus is contributing to society by transforming students into remarkable people by providing excellent education and research. Griffith is regarded highly as a young university. They have maintained its position as the 37th University in the 2020 QS World university rankings Top 50 under 50 years. They introduced some of Australia’s first degrees in areas such as Environmental science, dental technology, forensic science and Asian studies. In addition, they happen to teach some subjects ranked in the top 100 in the world
  • Hospitality and Leisure Management – 20th
  • Nursing – 32nd
  • Sports-related subjects – 33rd
  • Performing Arts – 35th
  • Development studies – ranked between 51-100 

These ranking have contributed to Griffith being ranked in the top 2% of universities worldwide.

Student Activities
In addition to excellent academics, Griffith focuses on getting its students to actively participate in extracurricular activities. This is to help shape their experiences and prepare them for life beyond graduation. Griffith has over 120 clubs and societies which includes activities that take place each trimester.

They also include off-campus activities to help students relax. These include; Chill out days with live music, massages and henna tattoos, End-of trimester theme parties, Performances, cultural fiestas and toga parties.
Now Let’s take a look at a few of the many Degree programs available at Griffith University which you can choose from. 

Program

Duration

Indicative Annual Fees (2020)

Bachelor of International tourism and hospitality management

3 years (Full time)

$28,500 

Bachelor of Nursing

3 years (Full time)

$31,500

Bachelor of Musical Theater 

3 years (Full time)

$31,000 

Bachelor of Pharmacy

4 years (Full time)

$33,000

Bachelor of Sport Development 

3 years (Full time)

$32,000

If you would like to know more about Griffith University, do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

Studying in Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
History and Campuses
QUT was founded and granted university status in 1989. It is a public research university located in 2 campuses across urban coastal city of Brisbane, Queensland. QUT enrolls around 50,000 students, including 9,000 international students from over 120 countries. The institution offers approximately 400 undergraduate and postgraduate degree options. 

QUT Rankings
QUT is highly recognized despite being a young university. It is ranked 19th in the QS Top 50 under 50 years. QUT is also highly regarded for some of the subjects taught at their campuses as they are ranked in the Top 50 in QS World University Ranking by subjects:

  • Communication and Media Studies : 16th
  • Nursing : 35th
  • Art & Design : 41
  • Sports-Related : 51-100
  • Performing Arts : 51-100 

Student Activities
QUT has a wide range of clubs and societies to join to take away stress from all the work. They encourage students to join sports clubs such as Dodgeball, Cheer and Dance, Hiking, Yoga and Rowing etc to keep yourself fit and entertained throughout your academic period. They also have clubs for international students for their respective countries to help them feel right at home.

Let us take a quick look at some of the degree options available. 

Program

Duration

Indicative annual fee (2020)

Bachelor of Communication (Digital Media)

3 years (Full time)

AUD$31,400

Bachelor of Nursing

3 years (Full time)

AUD$36,300

Bachelor of Design (Interaction Design)

3 years (Full time)

AUD$36,300

Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science

3 years (Full time)

AUD$34,9000

Bachelor of Arts (Drama)

3 years (Fill time)

AUD$31,200

If you are interested to know more about Queensland University of Technology, do not hesitate to get in touch with us. 

Studying in James Cook University (JCU)

History and Campuses 
JCU was established on 1961 making it the second oldest public university in Queensland. The main campuses are located in Cairns and Townsville. JCU also has study centers in Mount Isa, Mackay and Thursday Island. Over 4,000 students study in Cairns including about 400 international students. Townsville campus is the largest of all JCU campuses, accommodating over 13,000 students including around 1,200 international students. 

JCU Rankings
JCU’s main fields of research includes Marine Sciences, Sustainable Development, Biodiversity, Tourism and Engineering. JCU’s research has received some of the highest rankings. Excellence in Research for Australia evaluates quality of research in each field in all Australian universities. 83% of JCU’s research areas were ranked “world-class or above”. That is, 38 out of 46 research field. Out of this 38 fields, JCU received “Well above world standard in 8 research areas:

  • Environmental science and management
  • Ecology
  • Geology
  • Ecological applications
  • Plant biology
  • Medical microbiology
  • Fisheries sciences
  • Organic chemistry

JCU has been ranked 43rd in the QS top 50 under 50 years. And includes few other subjects ranked in the Top 150 in the world:

  • Environmental studies: 51-100
  • Earth and Marine Sciences: 51-100
  • Agriculture and Forestry: 101-150

Student Activities
JCU focuses on engaging students in their clubs and societies to help them have a fulfilling and exciting academic journey. They have many course based clubs, sports clubs as well as society and culture clubs to be a part of. 

Let’s take a look at a few graduate degree programs available at JCU

Program

Duration

Indicative Annual Fee (2020)

Bachelor of Marine Science

3 Years (Full time)

AUD$37,680

Bachelor of Environmental Practice

3 Years (Full time)

AUD$34,480

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

4 Years (Full time)

AUD$35,800

Bachelor of Tourism, Hospitality and Events

3 Years (Full time)

AUD$30,400 

Bachelor of Geology

3 Years (Full time)

AUD$37,360

If you would like to know more about James Cook University, do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

2 – Cheapest and affordable cities in Queensland

As a student, one of the biggest worries is the cost of living. This includes tuition fees, accommodation and day to day general expenses. However, Queensland is home to two of the cheapest and affordable cities to study and live in; Brisbane and Gold Coast.

Gold Coast is ranked 1st for affordability in Australia and 84th globally as one of the best student cities. Gold coast is quite similar to Brisbane in terms of affordability, however, it is a little cheaper. Weekly expenditure for a student would range between AU$480-$512. Rent in Gold Coast is 40% lower than that of Sydney and it also has one of the lowest Undergraduate fees in comparison to other Australian cities.

Brisbane is the 4th cheapest city to live in Australia. Living costs are lower than any major Australian cities such as Sydney. It was also ranked 22nd in “Best student cities in 2019”. Students would have to spend around AU$500-$533 a week including rent, food, transport and general expenses whereas, in Sydney it would range between AU$600-$700 per week.

It is also important to keep in mind, that as a student with restricted finances, Queensland is a very reasonable state to live in. It has universities offering top-class education at low tuition fees such as that of Griffith University.

3 – Cultural Diversity in Queensland

Studying abroad allows students to  meet individuals from various countries, backgrounds and cultures. Apart from the sunny, beautiful tourist destinations in Queensland, it is also extremely diverse in culture. Therefore, if you are someone who sees diversity as an important factor in where you’d like to study and live in, then Queensland is the place to be, as you can reap the benefits of a multicultural environment. The state is abundant in different cultures and with people who are not restricted to adopt one particular lifestyle. They are open minded people from different walks of life and enjoy forming friendships that are long lasting. It is very easy to find a wide range of food and activities representing almost any country in the world.

The Government has an incessant need to celebrate cultural diversity and multicultural events. Since Queensland is recognized as a state with a long history of migration, The Queensland Government is committed to ensuring that all Queenslanders can participate and celebrate the society, whether born in or migrated to the state. As a result, they have placed the Queensland Cultural Diversity Policy which focuses on improving and supporting the continued growth of strong culturally diverse communities in the state. Further, $1.3 million was used to fund over 150 multicultural events held throughout the state in 2019 as Queensland is home to people from about 220 different countries who speak over 180 languages and identify with over 110 different faiths.

One city in particular stands out as one of the most diverse student cities based on QS Best Student Cities 2019:

Brisbane – is ranked 9th in the top 10 most diverse student cities in the world since a large number of the student population comes from countries outside of Australia. Thereby, making it one of the ultimate choices for students who are looking to gain a top class education and embrace different cultural experiences.

4 – Part-time work in Queensland

As the 3rd largest Economy in Australia, Queensland is considered a gateway to a wide range of career paths and advantages. It provides a stable and safe environment for International students with a strong economy. Queensland also has an abundance of  service industries and an internationally-renowned tourism industry. Which opens up many career opportunities. The first step to obtaining a permanent employment position is to engage in Volunteering, Working while studying and Vocational placements. This improves work experience and increases the chances of being hired by a suitable employer. Therefore, students can earn while studying.

An added advantage is that apart from greater Brisbane, majority of the cities in Queensland is a designated Regional Area. Therefore, those who are eligible are allowed to apply for a resident visa. The next section will cover all about Regional Areas in Australia.

If you would like to know more about studying in Queensland, do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

5 – Gold Coast is classified as “Regional Area”

Regional Australia was designed by the Australian Government to promote certain areas of the country, especially for immigration purposes. Recently, it was announced that Gold Coast will be reclassified as a regional area in aim to attract migrants and foreign students. This will open many opportunities for  International students who are looking to study and settle down in Queensland or other regional areas in Australia. Gold Coast is looking for skilled migrants for occupations that have been identified as being a shortage in the area. Gold coast or any other regional area in Queensland is an attractive place to study and there onwards continue to live, due to the high standard of living and working conditions.
Students who study in a regional area such as Gold Coast will benefit when applying for Skilled Visa as they will be awarded extra points in the system:
Extra 5 points in the Skilled visa points grid for studying in a regional area
Extra 1 years for the graduate 485 Visa.

If you want to know more about studying in a Regional Area such as Gold Coast, do not hesitate to get in touch with us. 


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Scholarships for SPM, UEC, and IGCSE Students in Malaysia 2020

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Have you ever thought about applying for a scholarship before?

If you have but still don’t know where or how to apply, fret-not since this article is perfect for you!

Things to pay attention to before applying for a scholarship

Applying a scholarship is almost the same thing as applying to a college/university. However, there are some things that you must prepare beforehand.

  •  Research is the key

To know which scholarship suits you the most, it’s best to dig into information about it before. Different institutions would usually have different awards and qualifications. You can easily find information online, through your teacher’s recommendation, ask your friend’s or sibling’s experience, or easily contact us here!

  • Aware of the deadlines

It is essential to keep in mind the deadlines for different scholarships. You can try to mark it on your calendar or set a note on your phone to keep you reminded. Institutions that receive numerous applicants would be more strict about the deadline and are most likely to overlook late applications.

  • The Qualifications

As we mentioned above, different institutions require different qualifications. One of the most common qualifications is you have to either complete SPM, UEC, or IGCSE test before submitting the scholarship. Luckily, this article will majorly inform you about which scholarships are available for those who took those tests.

Types of Scholarships

There are numerous scholarships every year provided for students in different levels of studies. Scholarships are mostly given out by government agencies, private educational institutions, non-profit organizations, and various fields of companies. In this article, we are going to provide a comprehensive list of Universities/Colleges that provide scholarships for students:

Asia Pacific University (APU)
INTI
Taylor’s University
Sunway University
Curtin University
UCSI College
Melaka Manipal Medical College (MMMC)
HELP University

1. Asia Pacific University (APU)

  • APU Merit Scholarships 2020 (Malaysian Student)
    APU provides Merit Scholarships for students with remarkable academic performance and excellent leadership qualities. It is available only for Malaysian students.

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM 

SPM 10 A+*

100% Scholarship 

SPM 9 A’s

50% Scholarship

SPM 8 A’s

40% Scholarship

SPM 7 A’s

30% Scholarship

SPM 6 A’s

20% Scholarship

SPM 4-5 A’s

10% Scholarship

*please note that grade A, A+, A- are all considered as A’s for Scholarships.

UEC 

12 points & below in 6 Subjects

50% Scholarship

13 – 18 points in 6 Subjects

35% Scholarship

19 – 24 points in 6 Subjects

20% Scholarship

IGCSE

9 A’s

50% Scholarship

8 A’s

35% Scholarship

7 A’s

20% Scholarship

4-6 A’s

10% Scholarship

International Baccalaureate (IB) 

37 points

30% Scholarship

26-36 points

20% Scholarship

Sportsman Scholarship

National Player

40% Scholarship

State Player

25% Scholarship

East Malaysia Community Scholarship

SPM, STPM & UEC Qualifications from Sabah, Sarawak Schools

25 % Scholarship

2. . INTI International University and Colleges

  • INTI Merit Scholarship 2020
    INTI offered Merit Scholarship for students with outstanding academic performance

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM (AUP/Pre-U)

SPM 10 As (8A+)

100% Scholarship 

SPM 10 A’s

60% Scholarship

SPM 9 A’s

50% Scholarship

SPM 8 A’s

40% Scholarship

SPM 7 A’s

30% Scholarship

SPM 6 A’s

25% Scholarship

SPM 5 A’s

20% Scholarship

SPM (Diploma 1st year)

SPM 10 A’s (8A+)

100% Scholarship

SPM 10 A’s

80% Scholarship

SPM 9 A’s

75% Scholarship

SPM 7-8 A’s

50%

SPM 5-6 A’s

30%

SPM 3-4 A’s

20%

SPM (Foundation 1st year)

SPM 10 A’s (8A+)

100% Scholarship

SPM 10 A’s

85% Scholarship

SPM 9 A’s

80% Scholarship

SPM 7-8 A’s

55% Scholarship

SPM 5-6 A’s

35% Scholarship

IGCSE (AUP/Pre-U)

8 A’s

100% Scholarship

7 A’s

70% Scholarship

6 A’s

50% Scholarship

5 A’s

40% Scholarship

4 A’s

30% Scholarship

3 A’s

20% Scholarship

2 A’s

10% Scholarship

IGCSE (Diploma 1st year)

8 A’s

100% Scholarship

7 A’s

70% Scholarship

6 A’s

50% Scholarship

5 A’s

40% Scholarship

4 A’s

30% Scholarship

3 A’s

20% Scholarship

2 A’s

10% Scholarship

IGCSE (Foundation 1st year)

8-10 A’s

100% Scholarship

7 A’s

70% Scholarship

6 A’s

50% Scholarship

5 A’s

40% Scholarship

4 A’s

30% Scholarship

3 A’s

20% Scholarship

2 A’s

10% Scholarship

UEC (6 best subjects)

10 points

50% Scholarship

20 points

35% Scholarship

24 points

30% Scholarship

Note: All scholarship’s closing date is 2 weeks before class commencement

3. Taylor’s University

  • Taylor’s University Merit Scholarship
    Applicable for ADTP / DIPLOMA / ADVANCED DIPLOMA / DEGREE programs.

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM

Minimum 45 points (A+=5 pts, A=4 pts, A-=3 pts)

Full Scholarship

IGCSE

Minimum 40 points (A*=5 pts, A=4, B=3)

Full Scholarship

UEC

10 points and below in 5 subjects, and must include 5Bs with min. B4 in English or IELTS Band 6.0

Full Scholarship

  • Taylor’s University Talent Scholarship
    Applicable for ADTP / DIPLOMA / ADVANCED DIPLOMA / DEGREE programs.

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM

Minimum 20 points (A+=5 pts, A=4 pts, A-=3 pts, B+=2)

Full Scholarship

IGCSE

Minimum 15 points (A*=5 pts, A=4, B=3, C=2)

Full Scholarship

UEC

25 points and below in 5 subjects, and must include 5Bs with min. B4 in English or IELTS Band 6.0

Full Scholarship

  • Taylor’s Excellent Award Scholarship
    Excellence Award is applicable for all Malaysian students or International students that holds the academic result from any institution in Malaysia

            American Degree Transfer Program (ADTP) Award

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM

9A+ and above

Full scholarship for first 30 credit hours

9 (A+, A, A-) and above

RM 16,000

8(A+,A,A-)

RM 9,000

7(A+,A,A-)

RM 6,000

6(A+,A,A-)

RM 5,000

IGCSE

9A* and above

Full scholarship for first 30 credit hours

9(A+, A, A-) and above

RM 16,000

8(A+, A, A-) and above

RM 9,000

7(A+, A, A-) and above

RM 6,000

6(A+, A, A-) and above

RM 5,000

UEC

9A1 and above

Full scholarship for first 30 credit hours

9As

RM 16,000

8As

RM 9,000

7As

RM 6,000

6As

RM 5,000

  • Diploma Program

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM

9 (A+, A, A-) and above

RM 18,000

8(A+,A,A-)

RM 10,000

7(A+,A,A-)

RM7,000

6(A+,A,A-)

RM 6,000

5(A+,A,A-)

RM 5,000

4(A+,A,A-)

RM 4,000

3(A+,A,A-)

RM 3,000

4. Sunway University

Jeffrey Cheah Entrance Scholarship 2020

Jeffrey Cheah Entrance Scholarship is awarded to enrolling freshmen in recognition of their excellent academic achievements.

  • Pre-University Programmes, Professional Accounting Programmes

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM

9A+ and above

Full scholarship

9 (A+, A, A-) and above

RM 16,000

8(A+,A,A-)

RM 9,000

7(A+,A,A-)

RM 6,000

6(A+,A,A-)

RM 5,000

IGCSE (special 2020 merit awards- only for pre-uni)

5 (A*,A)

RM 4,000

4(A*,A)

RM 3,000

3(A*,A)

RM 2,000

  • American Degree Transfer Program (ADTP)

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM

9A+ and above

Full scholarship for first 30 credit hours

9 (A+, A, A-) and above

RM 16,000

8(A+,A,A-)

RM 9,000

7(A+,A,A-)

RM 6,000

6(A+,A,A-)

RM 5,000

IGCSE

9A* and above

Full scholarship for first 30 credit hours

9(A+, A, A-) and above

RM 16,000

8(A+, A, A-) and above

RM 9,000

7(A+, A, A-) and above

RM 6,000

6(A+, A, A-) and above

RM 5,000

UEC

9A1 and above

Full scholarship for first 30 credit hours

9As

RM 16,000

8As

RM 9,000

7As

RM 6,000

6As

RM 5,000

  • Diploma Programs

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM

9 (A+, A, A-) and above

RM 18,000

8(A+,A,A-)

RM 10,000

7(A+,A,A-)

RM7,000

6(A+,A,A-)

RM 6,000

5(A+,A,A-)

RM 5,000

4(A+,A,A-)

RM 4,000

3(A+,A,A-)

RM 3,000

5. Curtin University

  • Curtin Malaysia Merit Scholarship
    Curtin Malaysia Merit Scholarship is applicable for all Malaysian students or International students that hold Curtin Malaysia’s Letter-of-Offer to pursue Foundation or Undergraduate. It is applicable for first-year students only.

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM

10 As or more

RM 10,000

9As

RM 6,000

7-8As

RM3,000

UEC

7As and above

RM 10,000

5-6 As

RM 5,000

IB

38 points

30%

35 points

25%

6. UCSI University

  • UCSI University Trust Pre-U Scholarship
    Trust Pre-U Scholarship is offered to new intake Malaysian students pursuing Foundation at UCSI.

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM

9A+/A (Min 8A+)

RM 18,000

9A+/A (Min 6A+)

RM 10,000

9A+/A/A-

RM 9,000

8A+/A/A-

RM 8,000

7A+/A/A-

RM 5,000

6A+/A/A-

RM 4,000

5A+/A/A-

RM 3,000

IGCSE

8A*/A (Min 6A*)

RM 18,000

8A*/A (Min 4A*)

RM 10,000

7A*/A 

RM 9,000

6A*/A 

RM 8,000

5A*/A 

RM 5,000

4A*/A 

RM 4,000

3A*/A 

RM 3,000

  • UCSI University Trust Scholarship
    Trust Scholarship is open for Malaysian student who demonstrates outstanding academic achievements, leadership attributes, and community involvement.

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM

10A+/A in relevant subjects, including English Language

Full tuition fee

7A+/A in relevant subjects, including English Language

Partial tuition fee

IGCSE

8A*/As in relevant subjects, including English Language

Full tuition fee

6A*/As in relevant subjects, including English Language

Partial tuition fee

UEC

8 As in relevant subjects, including English Language

Full tuition fee

5 As in relevant subjects, including English Language

Partial tuition fee

  • Music Scholarship
    Music scholarship is open for students who possessed outstanding skills in instrumental or vocal performance. Applicants who apply must attend a compulsory scholarship selection audition.

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM

Minimum 7As

Full tuition fee

Minimum 4As

Partial tuition fee

STPM

Minimum CGPA of 3.50

Full tuition fee

Minimum CGPA of 3.0

Partial tuition fee

7. Melaka-Manipal Medical College (MMMC)

  • Foundation Scholarship Program
    Foundation Scholarship Program is offered to new intake Malaysian students pursuing Foundation at MMMC.

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM

A’s in core subjects (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematis)

Full Scholarship

6 A’s in any subject and meeting minimum grades in other entry requirement subject

Partial Scholarship

  • Scholarship program for MBBS and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS)
  1. Melaka-Manipal Academic Scholarship

           RM 50,000 tuition fee scholarship off total programme tuition fee

            MBBS Tuition fee after bursary ~ RM 295,000

            BDS Tuition fee after scholarship ~ RM 270,000

        2. Melaka-Manipal Merit Scholarship

           RM 10,000 tuition fee scholarship off total programme tuition fee

            MBBS Tuition fee after bursary ~ RM 335,000

            BDS Tuition fee after scholarship ~ RM 310,000

         3. Melaka-Manipal Hardship Bursary for MBBS only

            RM 100,000 tuition fee scholarship off total programme tuition fee

             MBBS Tuition fee after bursary ~ RM 250,000

  • Scholarship Application Closing Dates:

             MBBS April 2020 Intake -> 28th February 2020

             BDS Sept 2020 & MBBS Oct 2020 Intake -> 7th August 2020

For more informations on how to apply, contact us here

8. HELP University

  • A-Level Scholarship
    HELP University provides A-Level Scholarship for Malaysian students and only for January, March, July, and September 2020.

Category

Requirements

Award

SPM

9A+ / 10A+

Full Scholarship

9-10 As

RM 24,000

8 As

RM 22,000

7 As

RM 19,000

6 As

RM 17,000

5 As

RM 15,000

1-4 As

RM 13,000

If you have any inquiries related to scholarships above or other scholarships that haven’t been mentioned, feel free to talk to us! Contact us to find out more, we provide the best consultancy services for FREE!

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Scholarships for A-Level Students (2019)

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What is A-Level Anyway?

Did you just get your A-levels result and thought: “what now?”

Not to worry! We have gathered a list of scholarships available for A-levels students in Malaysia. Also, we highly recommend reading our overall list of scholarships offered to Malaysian students in 2019 too.

 

A-Levels is also known as GCE Advanced Levels in its full name. It is a pre-university program based on UK’s education system. Upon successful completion, you can use A-Level results to apply for degree programs. If you are interested in learning more about A-Level and how to apply for them, leave us a message.

 

List of Scholarships (2019)

University

Category

Academic Requirement

Award

Asia Pacific University (APU)

APU Merit Scholarships – All Programs

AAA

50% Scholarship

AAB

35% Scholarship

ABB

20% Scholarship

BBB

10% Scholarship

UCSI University

UCSI University Trust Scholarship – All Programs

AAA in the relevant subjects

Full Tuition Fee Waiver

ABB in the relevant subjects

Partial Tuition Fee Waiver

Taylor’s University

Taylor’s University Merit Scholarship – All Programs

ABB & above in 3 subjects

Full Scholarship

Taylor’s University World Class Scholarship – All Programs

ABB & above in 3 subjects

Full Scholarship + Internship/ Trainee Program

Taylor’s University Talent Scholarship – All Programs

BBC & above in 3 subjects

Full Scholarship

Taylor’s Excellence Award – All Programs

AAA/AAB

RM 15,000 per year

ABB/AAC

RM 11,000 per year

BBB/ABC

RM 6,000 per year

Curtin University

Curtin University Merit Scholarship – All Programs

4 As and more

RM10,000 tuition fee waiver for first year

2 – 3 As

RM5,000 tuition fee waiver for first year

Help University

Distinction Award Scholarship – Bachelor of Business (Hons) Year 1 / Bachelor of Management (Hons) Year 1 / Bachelor of Economics (Hons) Year 1 / Bachelor of Business Psychology (Hons) Year 1

AAA

Up to RM 15,750 partial scholarship

AAB

Up to RM 11,250 partial scholarship

AB

Up to RM 6,750 partial scholarship

Distinction Award Scholarship – Bachelor of Psychology (Hons) Year 1 / Bachelor of Psychological Science (Hons) Year 1

AAA

Up to RM 14,700 partial scholarship

AAB

Up to RM 10,500 partial scholarship

AAC

Up to RM 6,300 partial scholarship

Distinction Award Scholarship – Bachelor of Communication (Hons) Year 1

AAB and above

Up to RM 14,000 partial scholarship

AA

Up to RM 10,500 partial scholarship

AB

Up to RM 7,000 partial scholarship

Distinction Award Scholarship – Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (Hons) Year 1

AAAA

Up to RM 8,100 partial scholarship

AAA

Up to RM 6,480 partial scholarship

AA

Up to RM 4,050 partial scholarship

Distinction Award Scholarship – Bachelor of Education in TESL (Hons) Year 1

AAAA

Up to RM 9,360 partial scholarship

AAA

Up to RM 7,020 partial scholarship

AA

Up to RM 4,680 partial scholarship

Distinction Award Scholarship – UK Degree Transfer Program (Law) Year 1

AAA

Up to RM 12,500 partial scholarship

AAB

Up to RM 7,500 partial scholarship

Distinction Award Scholarship – Bachelor of Law (Hons) Year 1

AAA

Up RM 7,500 partial scholarship

AAB

Up to RM3,500 partial scholarship

Distinction Award Scholarship – BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance / BSc (Hons) Economics and Management / BSc (Hons) Economics / BSc (Hons) Banking and Finance

AAAA

Up to RM 9,000 partial scholarship

AAA

Up to RM 7,000 partial scholarship

AA

Up toRM 5,000 partial scholarship

INTI University

INTI Merit Scholarship – All Programs

15 points

up to 100% Tuition Fee Waiver in Year 1

13 points

up to 50% Tuition Fee Waiver in Year 1

12 points

*(A+ = 6 points; A = 5 points; B = 4 points; C = 3 points; D = 2 points; E = 1 point)

up to 30% Tuition Fee Waiver in Year 1

INTI Leadership Excellence Scholarship – All Programs

ABB

Up to full tuition fee waiver for the entire program

Monash University

Monash High Achiever Award – All Programs

3As

RM5,000/semester

Jeffrey Cheah Foundation – Monash Equity Scholarships – All Programs

*except Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine, and Bachelor of Pharmacy.

Minimum Requirement

1. 100% tuition fee and associated fees waiver, plus a stipend of

a RM700/month and single accommodation at Sunway Monash Residence, or

b RM1,300/month if no accommodation is required at Sunway Monash Residence. OR

2. 50% tuition fee waiver only

Monash Pharmacy Equity Scholarship – Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours)

Minimum Requirement

100% tuition fee and associated fees waiver, plus a stipend of:

a. RM 700/month and single accommodation   at Sunway Monash Residence, or

b. RM 1300/month if no accommodation is required at Sunway Monash Residence.

OR

50% tuition fee waiver only.

Monash Pharmacy Excellence Award – Bachelor of Pharmacy

Minimum Requirement

Either a 50% or a 25% tuition fee waiver for the duration of the course (4 years).

Sunway University

Jeffrey Cheah Entrance Scholarship – All Programs

AAA

RM 10,000/year

AAB

RM 5,000/year

The Chancellors Scholarship of Sunway University & Lancaster University – in the areas of Business, Computer Technology, Psychology and Communication

AAA

Full tuition fee deduction & A 2-weeks’ study visit to Lancaster University, UK

Sunway Excellence Scholarship – BSc (Hons) in Actuarial Studies/ BSc (Hons) in Conventions & Events Management/ BSc (Hons) in Culinary Management/ BSc (Hons) in Industrial Statistics/ BSc (Hons) Financial Analysis/ BSc (Hons) Financial Economics/ BSc (Hons) in International Hospitality Management

AAA

Full scholarship in a form of tuition fee deduction

University of Nottingham

High Achievers Scholarship – All Programs

AAA

25% reduction of the tuition fee

And that’s it! Don’t hesitate to contact us for any alternate financing options if the scholarships listed above aren’t applicable.

Best of luck on your results 🙂

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International Scholarships for UEC Students (Australia) 2019

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International Scholarships For UEC School Leavers (2019)

Choosing a university to study can be tough, especially if you’re planning to study abroad in a country like Australia. Which is why it’s important to consider the scholarships offered by the universities when making this decision.

This time, we will be focusing on scholarships provided for UEC (United Examination Certificate) achievers. Feel free to check out our other list of scholarships offered to Malaysian students in 2019 as well.

UEC and Minimum English Requirement

Before we begin, it is important to take note of the minimum requirements for UEC grades and English standard in order to be eligible for the scholarships. The method used to calculate UEC grades will be required throughout the rest of this article:

UniversityAcademic RequirementScholarship Opportunities
Griffith University (Queensland)Minimum requirement10% Standard Scholarship
20 in 5 subjects (CGPA 3.0)25% High School Leaver Scholarship
10 in 5 subjects (CGPA 3.6)50% Remarkable Academic Achievement
Australian Institution of Music
(Sydney, New South Wale, Melbourne)
Minimum requirements &
submissions
$5000 International Excellence Scholarship to first year
University of Tasmania
(Tasmania)
Minimum requirements
(also requires assessment)
25% Tasmanian International Scholarship
International College of Management (Sydney)Minimum requirements$3,250 International Students of 2019 Bursery 
Requires assessment after applicationUp to $25,000 ICMS International Scholarship
University of Technology Sydney(Sydney)

12 points across 3 subjects (B average)

All Malaysian students are eligible for $4,000 tuition fee waiver
Edith Cowan University
(Perth)
Standard Entry:
minimum average of B4 from the
5 best subjects
20% International Undergraduate Scholarship
Higher Entry:
minimum average of B3 from the
5 best subjects
Kaplan Business School Australia
(Sydney)
25 points and below in 5 subjects10% Regional Scholarship
10 points and below in 5 subjects30% High Achievers Scholarship
University of Melbourne (Melbourne)Will be considered if achieved excellent school resultsup to $56,000 Melbourne International Undergraduate Scholarship
10 points and below in 5 subjects20% fee remission Bachelor of Commerce Global Scholarship
University of New South Wales
(Sydney)
Minimum requirement (Higher chances if able to demonstrate Academic Merit)$10,000 Arts & Social Sciences UG International High Achievers Award
The University of Queensland
(Queensland)
$3,000 Science International Scholarships
RMIT University
(Melbourne)
22 points in 5 subjects and below20% RMIT International Excellence Scholarship
Monash University
(Melbourne)
Based on academic achievementUp to $15,000 Biomedicine International Discovery Scholarship
5 points in 5 subjects$40,000 Engineering International Undergraduate Excellence Scholarship
Based on academic achievement$5,000 Engineering International Undergraduate Scholarship
100% Monash International Leadership Scholarship
$50,000 Monash International Merit Scholarship
Deakin University
(Melbourne)
12 points in 5 subjects and below100% or 50% Deakin Vice Chancellor’s International Scholarship
25 points in 5 subjects and below25% Deakin International Scholarship
20 points in 5 subjects and below20% Deakin STEM Scholarship
La Trobe University
(Melbourne)
Pass to 20 points in 5 subjects and below15%-25% La Trobe Excellence Scholarship
Queensland University of Technology
(Queensland)
achieved an unadjusted OP 1 or 2 (or equivalent unadjusted ATAR)$30,000 QUT Excellence Scholarship (Academic)
Average of 2 based on 5 academic subjects (excluding Chinese, Malay or PE)25% Triple Crown Scholarship
Requires assessment after application$6,000 School of Economics and Finance Honours Scholarships
$10,000 School of Accountancy Honours Scholarship
$5,000 School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Honours Scholarship
Requires assessment with portfolio and performance$10,000 QUT Excellence Scholarship (Creative Industries)
University of Western Sydney
(Sydney)
Requires assessment after application50% Vice-Chancellor’s Academic Excellence Undergraduate Scholarships
$5,000 & $7,500 Western Sydney International Scholarships
Macquarie University
(Sydney)
Requires assessment after application$10,000 Macquarie University ASEAN Scholarship
12 points and below in 5 subjects$10,000 Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships
10 points and below in 5 subjectsUp to $1,000 Macquarie University Study Abroad Scholarship
Top Education Institute
(Sydney)
10 points and below in 5 subjects$8,000 TOP’s Outstanding Achievement Award
11 points and below in 5 subjects$3,000 Sydney City School of Law Award
$3,000 Sydney City School of Business Award
12 points and below in 5 subjects$2,000 Young Achievement
$2,000 Dean’s Award
Curtin University
(Perth)
Requires assessment after application25% Meng Fei Innovative Future leader scholarship
Murdoch University
(Perth)
5 – 11 points in 5 subjects$5,000 International Honours Category
Average grade of 92% and aboveUp to $20,000 Scholarship for Scientific Excellence
Requires assessment after application

$11,000 for Business and Governance eligible degree courses
$11,000 for the Bachelor of Nursing course
$8,000 for all other eligible courses

2018 & 2019 International Welcome Scholarship (IWS)

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The Best Colleges in Malaysia for A-Levels Program 2019

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The Best Colleges in Malaysia for A-Levels programme

 What is A-Level 

A-Level is a Pre-University programme based on the UK education system. A-Level takes usually 15-24 month of duration to complete depending on which college and intake. Some also offer 12-month express route. It is 100% exam-based and you will be required to take a minimum of 3 subjects. Students who study A-Level will be able to gain in-depth knowledge of your chosen subject. A-Level offer a wide range of subject includes:

  • Science
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Law
  • Applied ICT
  • Mathematics
  • Further Mathematics
  • Accounting
  • English
  • Economics

 Types of A-levels examination bodies 

  1. Assessment and Qualifications Alliance (AQA)
  2. Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations (OCR)
  3. Edexcel (Edexcel Pearson – London Examinations)
  4. Welsh Joint Education Committee (WJEC)
  5. Council for the Curriculum, Examinations & Assessment (CCEA)

 Why Study A-Level 

A-Level remain a popular Pre-U programme for students who have completed SPM. While the benefit to study A-Level were:

  • A-level Is One of The Most Well-acknowledge Qualifications Globally

A-Level qualification is accepted by universities worldwide. Therefore, A-Level is an ideal choice of studies for those who wish to study abroad including, Australia, UK, Singapore, Canada and USA. In addition, a student with a strong achievement in A-Level has a better chance of applying international scholarships to study at universities overseas.

  • Wider Option for Degree Studies

Others pre-university programmes such as Foundation or even Diploma program may limit you to certain degree. While A-Level allows you to pursue wide range of degree. For example, if you are not sure in choosing either Science or Business-related degree to study yet, A-Level will be the right choice for you provided with the right combination of the chosen subject.

*Note: Choosing a wrong combination of subjects may limit your chances in entering the degree course of your choice. Please consult us in choosing the right subject carefully.

  • It Enables You to Gain In-Depth Knowledge in Your Chosen Subject

Instead of taking 9 subjects just as how your SPM days were, you will only need to take a minimum of 3 subjects for A-Level. Therefore, you can focus on a few subjects and gain deep knowledge in your chosen subjects.

 Is A-Level Right for You? 

A-Level is commonly known as one of the hardest pre-University programs despite required to take only a minimum of 3 subjects. Therefore, knowing whether A-Level is suitable for you is very important.

You Should Take A-level ifYou Should Not Take A-level if
Prefer 100% exam-based assessment>Dislike being assessed based only on exams
Looking to study a wide variety of subjectsDislike memorising
Aiming to pursue competitive degree such as Law, Pharmacy, VeterinaryFocusing on more practical-oriented degree such as Culinary, Design, Architecture

Minimum Entry Requirement For A-Level

SPM5 credit (inclusive of English and relevant course)
O Level5 credit (inclusive of relevant course)
UEC5 credit (inclusive of relevant course)

Entry Requirement may vary for different University/College

Recommended Colleges to Study A-Level in Malaysia

Taylor’s University (Cambridge A-Level)

Taylor’s University has established itself as the best pre-University in Malaysia for close to 5 decades, in academic excellence and track records for placing students into top universities for their choice. Its program also helps individual to identify different learning skill known as “IsCoRe” – Independent learning skills, Collaborative learning skills and Research skills to succeed beyond academically.

Why Study at Taylor’s University

  • With the most outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards in Malaysia (2012 – 2016).
  • With the most outstanding A-Level achievers in Malaysia (2012 – 2016).
    • Highest number of students scoring 3As or more in Malaysia, with 2,663 students.
    • 11,617 record number of As achieved.
Fees For 3 SubjectsRM 33,950
Duration18 months
IntakeJan, Mar & Aug

Offered Subjects

  • Accounting
  • Biology
  • Business
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Economics
  • Further Mathematics
  • Literature in English
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Sociology

UCSI University (Cambridge A-Level)

UCSI University is now a Malaysia’s top private university as it has breached into the top 500 of the 2019 QS World University Rankings outperform its peers. Its state-of-art facilities provide the student with the needs of academic programmes which includes Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and more.

Why Study at UCSI University

  • 40% of the students score straights As in their exams.
  • 3 of their subjects boast a passing rate of 100%.
  • 7 years of monumental achievement by UCSI students.
Fees For 3 SubjectsRM 25,020
Duration18 months
IntakeJan, Apr & Jul

Offered Subject

  • Mathematics
  • Chemistry
  • Business
  • Biology
  • Psychology
  • Physics
  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Further Mathematics

HELP University (Cambridge A-Level & Edexcel International Advanced Level)

HELP University was the first University to offer both Edexcel International Advanced Level and Cambridge A-Level. HELP has coached its A-Level students to enter the world’s top universities.

Why Study at HELP University

  • Record holder for highest awards received includes 77 World Top Awards together with another 37 National Awards.
  • Getting The Edge (GTE) program to cultivate leadership and organisational skills among students.
  • Winner of 77 World Top Awards for Best Scores Worldwide in Individual Subjects.
  • Winner of 7 Gold Medallion Awards from Pearson Edexcel 2014 for Best Scores in Individual Subjects.
Fees for 3 subjectsRM 26,700
Duration18 months
IntakeJan, Mar & Jul

Offered Subject

  • Mathematics
  • Chemistry
  • Law
  • Physics
  • Accounting
  • Biology
  • Economics
  • Further Mathematics
  • English Literature
  • Applied ICT

Brickfields Asia College (BAC) (Cambridge A-level)

Brickfields Asia College established itself the “Fastest and Smartest Way” to over 200 world-class law and business degrees. Its programmes provide students with international learning experiences, thus making sure students are well prepared to enter the challenging global environment.

Why Study at Brickfields Asia College

  • BAC’s A-Level students have received prestigious Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards.
  • The first college in Malaysia to complement its lectures and laboratory sessions with a “3D Science Lecture Series”.
  • The Express Route enables student to graduate 2 years earlier than their peers with 2 compulsory subjects (Law and Economics) under 11 months.
FeesRM 20,900 (Express Route)
RM 24,900 (Standard Route)
Duration11 months (Express Route)
18 months (Standard Route)
IntakeJan & Apr (Express Route)
Jan, Apr, Jun & Sep (Standard Route)

Offered Subject

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Law
  • Mathematics
  • Further Mathematics
  • Economics

Methodist College Kuala Lumpur (MCKL) (Cambridge A-Level)

Methodist College has an excellent track record of providing quality pre-university education for secondary school leavers. Its student has achieved excellent result consistently year after year and students have gained entry to prestigious universities around the world, many on scholarship.

Why Study at Methodist College Kuala Lumpur

  • The college is a not a profit-driven organisation, thus solely focusing on delivering quality education at affordable and reasonable price.
  • Methodist College’s small classroom size with around 30 students per class allows lecturers to focus on each student’s development.
  • MCKL student must attend 2 compulsory subjects called “Subject Learning and Character Formation”, which allow all student to develop soft skills and improve their CV for job placement in the future.
  • Located in a convenient location where transportation hub, KL Sentral station is within walking distance from MCKL.
Fees for 3 SubjectsRM 19,050
Duration18 months
IntakeJan, Apr & Jul

Offered Subjects

  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Biology
  • Mathematics
  • Further Mathematics
  • Economics
  • Computer Science
  • Law
  • English Literature
  • Accounting
  • Business
  • Psychology
  • Divinity (Religious Studies)

Scholarship Opportunity

There are many scholarships, grants, and bursaries which can help support you financially with your studies in Malaysia. Some are offered by the Malaysia Government, education institutions, and a number of other public and private sectors. To know more: Click here Malaysia Scholarships list 2019.

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Alternative Scholarship: KOJADI Education Loan | Excel Education

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Application Deadline Ongoing 
Organisation Type Private Sector 
Fund Type  Education Funds 
Study Local or Abroad? Local & International 

Presently, KOJADI has a total 13 loan schemes under its loan programme to cater for a wide spectrum of education courses ranging from vocational and technical to undergraduate and postgraduate studies.

I talked to Excel Education on WhatsApp and after obtaining all the necessary information. Excel Education met me and my parents at Asia Pacific University (Malaysia) to tour us around the campus.

– Mohamad, Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Student at Asia Pacific University Malaysia.

Below are the various education loan schemes currently implemented by KOJADI:

  1. KOJADI Higher Education Loan Scheme (HELS) It was set up immediately after the inception of KOJADI in 1981.
  2. KOJADI Vocational Education Loan Scheme (S-VELS) It is set up to provide loans to member-students who wish to undertake vocational training courses in local private institutions.
  3. KOJADI Institute Education Loan Scheme (S-JELS)  It is specially designed for member-students to finance their tuition fees in KOJADI Institute (KI), a college which is wholly owned by KOJADI.
  4. KOJADI Education Loan Scheme for TARC Graduates (S-TAR) It is set up for diplomats and certificate-holders of Tunku Abdul Rahman College (TARC) who wish to further their studies overseas.
  5. KOJADI Education Loan Scheme for Local University Studies (S-LUS)
  6. KOJADI Education Loan Scheme for Foreign University Studies (S-FUS)
  7. KOJADI Education Loan Scheme for Independent Secondary School Certificate Holders (S-ISS) This loan scheme is to assist member-students who are graduates of independent secondary schools and have successfully gained admission to a university to pursue undergraduate courses
  8. KOJADI Education Loan Scheme for Early Childhood Education (S-ECE) This loan scheme is designed to provide financial aid to members who wish to take up courses in childhood education as a career
  9. KOJADI Education Loan Scheme for Overseas Postgraduate Studies (S-OPS)
  10. KOJADI Education Loan Scheme for Local Postgraduate Studies (S-LPS)
  11. KOJADI Education Loan Scheme for Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (S-UTAR) This loan scheme is designed and implemented in 2002 for member-students who pursue courses at UTAR.
  12. KOJADI Education Loan Scheme For Students of Foundation Programmes (S-PUF) This loan scheme is designed and implemented for students of age 18 years old and above for their pursuit of pre-university foundation programmes at local or overseas colleges or universities
  13. KOJADI Education Loan Scheme for MINOR (ELSM) This loan scheme is designed and implemented by students below 18 years old for their pursuit of tertiary and vocational education.

PREREQUISITES FOR EDUCATION LOAN APPLICATION

  • The applicant must be a member of KOJADI with RM100 initial shares.
  • The applicant/nominee must hold the requisite shares ranging from RM500 to RM1,000 depending on the loan amount applied for.
  • The applicant must nominate a child/nominee under a relevant loan scheme.
  • The nominated child/nominee must have gained admission to an approved institution of higher learning locally or abroad.

HOW TO APPLY FOR AN EDUCATION LOAN

  • Obtain and follow the Rules of the relevant loan scheme.
  • Complete a prescribed membership application form and loan application form.
  • Submit the relevant loan documents.

LOAN DOCUMENTS

Submit certified photocopies of the following documents:

  • Applicant’s identity card
  • Student’s identity card
  • Letter of offer from an approved institution
  • Student’s last examination results (SPM, STPM or SM3/UEC or equivalent or other highest academic qualification)
  • Identity cards of guarantors (one to three guarantors)
  • Income Tax Form ‘J’ with at least three guarantors
  • Any other documents as may be required from time to time.

Submit the following photos and payment:

  • Applicant’s recent photo (passport size)
  • Student’s recent photo (passport size)
  • Loan processing fees (RM200)
  • Student membership fees (RM110)
  • Insurance premium for the loan beneficiary

LOAN APPROVAL & DOCUMENTATION

  1. The loan amount is subject to the discretion of the Board.
  2. The loan application normally takes about 1 month to process.
  3. When the loan is approved, an OFFER LETTER will be sent to the applicant.
  4. The application is then required to complete and submit the necessary loan documents within 2 months:

LOAN DISBURSEMENT

  • The loan will only be disbursed after ALL the loan documents and payments have been received by KOJADI.
  • The loan will be released in 2 or 4 disbursements spread over the duration of the course of study.

INTEREST CHARGES

  • Interest will be charged to the applicant’s loan account immediately after the disbursement of the loan.
  • The interest rate for the loan will be as follows :

For existing member:

1st year (Upon the First release of the loan) – 5.8% (on a monthly rest and reducing balance basis)
2nd year onwards until full settlement – 6.8% (on a monthly rest and reducing balance basis)
5.8% ~ 6.8% equivalent to 4.5% flat rate

For new member:

1st year (Upon First release of loan) – 6.8% (on a monthly rest and reducing balance basis)
2nd year onwards until full settlement – 7.8% (on a monthly rest and reducing blance basis)
6.8% ~ 7.8% equivalent to 5.8% flat rate

SERVICE OF LOAN INTEREST

Under specified circumstances, the borrower is required to service loan interest during the study period. The monthly interest is between RM100-RM300 depending on the loan amount applied for.

REPAYMENT OF LOAN

The founding objective of KOJADI is to pool the resources among its members for mutual benefits. Prompt repayment of the loan will enable KOJADI to give similar financial aid to other members for further study.

The repayment of the loan will begin three (3) or six (6) months after graduation and the maximum repayment period shall not exceed 8 years. Depending on the amount of loan and the type of the loan, repayment will be as follows:

  • 1st year – RM200 or RM300 per month
  • 2nd year – RM300 or RM400 per month
  • 3rd year – RM400 or RM500 & above per month until full settlement
  • OR equal monthly instalments until full settlement.

FURTHER INFORMATION

The above particulars are subject to change. For further information, please call at Kojadi office at

Koperasi Jayadiri Malaysia Berhad (KOJADI)

11th Floor, Wisma MCA,
163 Jalan Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur. Road Map
Tel : 03 – 2161 6499 (Membership and Loan Department)
Fax : 03 – 2162 1413

E-mail :
For Membership related enquiries : member@kojadi.com.my
For Education Loan application related enquiries : loan@kojadi.com.my

Working Hours:-
Monday-Friday : 8.30am – 5.30pm
Saturday-Sunday & public holidays: Closed

Source : Kojadi.my

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Australia Scholarships | 2018-2019 Scholarships for International Students

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There are many scholarships, grants, and bursaries which can help support you financially with your studies in Australia. They are offered by the Australian Government, education institutions, and a number of other public and private organisations.

Scholarship for International Students

All scholarships listed on our website are available to international students. Many are available to students of all nationalities, however, all scholarships conditions are set by the institution or organisation offering the scholarship and applications have to consult with us before submitting your scholarship application to them. 

How To Apply

The application procedure is… 

List of Scholarships

Here is the list of scholarships available for international students:

VICTORIA Register

University

Types of Scholarships

Offered

Description

Australian Catholic University (ACU)

PG – MAAC Scholarship

Partial scholarship – 25% reduction of tuition fees in the first year of the course

Central Queensland University (CQU)

PG – MAAC Scholarship

Partial scholarship – 20% on tuition fee valued at AUD$10,500 for the duration of the course

Deakin University

Deakin University International Scholarship

Partial scholarship – 25% tuition fee for the normal duration of the degree Estimated value at AUD 7,500

Federation University Australia

MAAC Scholarship

Partial scholarship – Estimated valued at AUD14,820 for 3 years UG course

Monash University

PG – Monash Graduate & International Scholarship

Full Scholarship – 3 years for Tuition fees, Single Overseas Student Health Cover & living expenses valued at AUD$65,000 per annum

Monash University

UG – Monash International Merit Scholarship

Full Scholarship – AUD$10,000 per annum for the duration of your degree

Monash University

Faculty Scholarships

Various

RMIT University

PhD – MAAC Scholarship

Full Scholarship – PhD One (1) at an estimated value of up to AUD 200,000 to cover tuition fees and living allowance.

RMIT University

PG – MAAC Scholarship

Partial Scholarship – Partial Tuition fee only for the amount of AUD 10,000 (one-off).

Swinburne University of Technology

UG – MAAC Scholarship

Partial Scholarship – 25% of tuition fees for the duration of an undergraduate coursework program, Approx. up to AUD 20,000 – 30,000

University of Melbourne

Melbourne International UG  Scholarship

Partial Scholarship – Up To AUD$56,000

University of Melbourne

UG – B:Commerce Global

Partial Scholarship – 20% fee remission

University of Melbourne

Commerce UG International Merit

Partial Scholarship – 50% fee remission

University of Melbourne

PG – Melbourne Graduate Scholarship

Partial Scholarship – 25-100% fee remission

Griffith University

Griffith Remarkable Scholarship UG & PG

Partial Scholarship – 50% of tuition fees

Griffith University

UG – IB Scholarship

Partial Scholarship – 10% of tuition fees in first two trimesters of study

Griffith University

UG – International Student Nordic High School Scholarship

Partial Scholarship – 10% of tuition fees in first two trimesters of study

Griffith University

PG – International Student Excellence Scholarships – Continuing

Partial Scholarship – 10 % of tuition fees in the next two trimesters of degree study

Griffith University

UG – International Student Norwegian Colleges And University Colleges Scholarship

Partial Scholarship – 10% of tuition fees in first two trimesters of study

New South Wales (NSW) Register

University

Types of Scholarships

Offered

Description

Australian Catholic University (ACU)

PG – MAAC Scholarship

Partial scholarship – 25% reduction of tuition fees in the first year of the course

Macquarie University

MAAC Scholarship

Partial scholarship – AUD$10,000 for tuition fees only (whole course)

Macquarie University

VC International Scholarship UG & PG – European

Partial scholarship – AUD$10,000 tuition fee

Macquarie University

VC International Scholarship UG & PG – European

Partial scholarship – AUD$5,000

Macquarie University

Macquarie University European Scholarship

Partial scholarship – AU$5,000 annually towards your tuition fees for the length of the course

Macquarie University

UG – Macquarie University UAC International Scholarship

Partial scholarship – AU$5,000 annually towards the tuition fees for the length of the course

University of Newcastle (UON)

UG PG -MAAC Scholarship

Partial Scholarship (AUD 7,000 per annum up to a total of AUD 28,000)

University of Newcastle (UON)

PhD – MAAC Scholarship

Full scholarship – Tuition Fees for 4 years, Estimated value at AUD 120,000

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

PG – MAAC Scholarship

Postgraduate Coursework: tuition fee scholarship;

Postgraduate Research: tuition fee and living stipend scholarship

Central Queensland University (CQU)

PG – MAAC Scholarship

Partial scholarship – 20% on tuition fee valued at AUD$10,500 for the duration of the course

University of New South Wales (UNSW)

PG – The Unsw Art & Design International Scholarship – Coursework

Partial scholarship – AUD$5,000 for the duration of the course

University of New South Wales (UNSW)

PhD – The Faculty of Law Juris Doctor Award for International Students PGCA1039

Partial scholarship – AUD$10,000 for the duration of the course

University of Sydney

VC PG International Scholarship

Partial scholarship – $5,000 to $40,000

University of Western Sydney

VC Academic Excellence UG Scholarship

Partial scholarship – 50% of the cost of tuition fees for three years

University of Western Sydney

UG – WS International Scholarships

Partial scholarship – $10,000, $5,000 or $2,000 to be applied towards tuition fees in the first year of study.

University of Western Sydney

School of Social Sciences and Psychology International Scholarship

Partial scholarship – AUD$8,000 toward tuition fees

University of Western Sydney

VC Academic Excellence PG Scholarship

Partial scholarship – 50% of the cost of tuition fees for two years

University of Western Sydney

PG – WS International Scholarships

Partial scholarship – $7,500 or $5,000 to be applied towards tuition fees in the first year of study.

Western Australia Register

University

Types of Scholarships

Offered

Description

Curtin University

MAAC Scholarship

Partial scholarship -25% reduction on Tuition Fees only, Estimated value at AUD$8,000

Curtin University

PhD – MAAC Scholarship

Full scholarship – for 3 years, Estimated value at AUD 120,000

Murdoch University

PhD – MAAC Scholarship

Full scholarship – for 3.5 years, Estimated value at AUD 32,000 per year

The University of Notre Dame

PhD – MAAC Scholarship

Full scholarship – for 3 years, Estimated value at AUD 123, 111

Central Queensland University

PG – MAAC Scholarship

Partial scholarship – 20% on tuition fee valued at AUD$10,500 for the duration of the course

Tasmania Register

University

Types of Scholarships

Offered

Description

University of Tasmania

UG – MAAC Scholarship

Partial Scholarship – 25% reduction in tuition fees for the undergraduate program

University of Tasmania

UG – Dean of Law’s Merit Scholarship full scholarships

Full Scholarship – 100% valued at AUD$108,000 covering course, student service and amenities fees

Queensland Register

University

Types of Scholarships

Offered

Description

Bond University

MAAC Scholarship

Partial scholarship – From approx. AUD7,000 to AUD53,736 for the duration of the course

Bond University

Europe UG Excellence Scholarship

Partial scholarship – 25% tuition remission

Queensland University of Technology

PhD – MAAC Scholarship

Full scholarship – Full Tuition Fees estimated value at AUD 96,000

Queensland University of Technology

International Merit Scholarship

Partial scholarship – 25% on tuition fee for the duration of the course

Central Queensland University

PG – MAAC Scholarship

Partial scholarship – 20% on tuition fee valued at AUD$10,500 for the duration of the course

Griffith University

PhD – MAAC Scholarship

Full scholarship – PhD Scholarships (Tuition Only)

University of Southern Queensland

MAAC Scholarship

Partial scholarship – Single payment scholarship worth AUD$5000 each. One-off bursary for tuition fees only

The University of Queensland

PG – MAAC Scholarship

Full Scholarship – PhD Scholarships (Tuition Only);

Partial scholarship – Master’s coursework Scholarships – Partial tuition fees estimated value from AUD 340,000 to AUD 1,161,510

Australian Catholic University (ACU)

PG – ACC Scholarship

Partial scholarship – 25% reduction of tuition fees in the first year of the course

Australian Capital Territory Register

University

Types of Scholarships

Offered

Description

Australian Catholic University (ACU)

PG – MAAC Scholarship

Partial Scholarship – 25% reduction of tuition fees in the first year of the course

University of Canberra

MAAC Scholarship

Partial Scholarship – Partial Tuition Fees of AUD 7,000

Alternative Financing Options

KOJADI Education Loan – Don’t have enough qualification to secure a scholarship? don’t worry, there is KOJADI Education loan available for Malaysian, similar to National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN), KOJADI loan applicant can enjoy low-interest rate in repaying their education debt. To learn more Click Here

KWSP/ EPF Retirement Fund Withdrawal for Education need – Do you know that your parent or yourself could apply for early withdrawal for your education need? To learn more Click Here

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Email: info.my@exceleducation.com.au

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