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If you’re a student in Canberra, you can apply for financial support. Many scholarships are offered by the Australian Government, education providers and other organisations.
Depending on the program, you can use financial support to cover:
Each scholarship has different criteria and conditions. These are set by the institution or organisation offering the scholarship. You must submit applications directly with the scholarship provider. They are usually competitive in nature.
Our tertiary institutions offer a range of scholarships to qualifying domestic and international students. For details, contact the institutions’ admissions team or international office.
It’s easy to apply for scholarships at the University of Canberra. Submit one application, and you’ll be considered for all available scholarships.
ANU offers scholarships in recognition of academic achievements or high performance in your field. If you have unique challenges and experiences, ANU can help.
UNSW Canberra offers scholarships to candidates of exceptional research potential who wish to undertake a higher degree by research.
CIT offers scholarships to help you focus on your studies and get the most from your time at CIT.
ACU offers scholarships to all students. They’re not just for academically gifted students, or those in difficult circumstances, but also for demonstrated passion for your studies.
CSU offers a range of scholarships, and can assess merit on various attributes beyond your academic record, including your involvement in community service.
The Australian Government offers support for both Australian and international students across a range of disciplines.
The Department of Foreign Affairs offers scholarships and short courses to individuals from around 30 developing countries.
The Department of Education, Skills and Employment administers the Research Training Program. The program offers a flexible funding pool to support domestic and overseas students undertaking Research Doctorate and Research Masters degrees.