Fully Funded University of Sydney Scholarships

We are Australia’s first university, Sydney’s university and a great global university, and we’ve set our sights on contributing to a better world.
For over 170 years, we’ve been finding innovative solutions to the problems that matter. Our vision for the next decade is unashamedly aspirational: to be known as a place where our education is transformational, where our community thrives through diversity, and our research tackles the world’s greatest challenges.  Whether in small steps, or giant leaps, the things we do today will change tomorrow. When leadership is for all of us, it is leadership for good.

Our 2032 Strategy channels our sense of responsibility to contribute to a better world, building on our past decade of significant change and challenges.
As we look to the next decade, we want our work to be more compelling, and more important to society, than at any other time in our history. Under our 2032 Strategy we will pursue aspirations focused on delivering sustained and consistent excellence and developing the flexibility and resilience to keep pace with – or ahead of – the changes we will inevitably experience in an increasingly fluid and unpredictable world. These aspirations all align to our most important way finder for the next decade: our strategic vision for 2032.

The University of Sydney Scholars Awards are awarded to school leavers with an excellent performance in the NSW Higher School Certificate Examination (ATAR 95 to 99.85) or equivalent who:
i. are an domestic student or onshore international student; and
ii. apply for a University of Sydney undergraduate degree through the UAC in the year they undertake the NSW ATAR or equivalent; and
iii. apply for the scholarship through the University’s designated system in the year of completing the HSC or equivalent; and
iv. have achieved the minimum ATAR set by the University of Sydney at the time of scholarship offer; and
v. will enrol in an undergraduate degree or combine undergraduate degree immediately following the completion of HSC or equivalent (subject to deferral as stated in Clause 3c)

Selection Criteria

a. The Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of:
i. academic merit, and
ii. personal statement in support of scholarship application

The Scholarship will be awarded by the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Education) on the recommendation of a committee consisting of various Faculty Deans, or their nominated delegates.

a. The Scholarship is valued at $6,000 and is tenable for one year of the recipient’s first year of undergraduate degree or combined undergraduate degree (agreed program).

b. The Scholarship will be paid in two equal instalments after the census date of each semester.

c. Commencement of the Scholarship can be deferred for up to two years. Deferral of the Scholarship is not permitted without the prior permission of the Scholarships Office.

d. The Scholarship is transferrable to another undergraduate degree at the University of Sydney. Approval for the scholarship transfer must be sought from the Scholarships Office.

e. The Scholarship recipient must enrol full-time in the agreed program during the tenure of their scholarship. Recipients may hold the scholarship part-time due to extenuating circumstances such as a medical condition which limits the student’s capacity to undertake full-time study. An application for a part-time scholarship must be submitted to the Scholarships Office for consideration. If a part-time scholarship is approved, payment will be 50% of the amount of the normal semester payment.

f. The Scholarship may be suspended under extenuating circumstances. Approval for suspension is on a case-by-case basis upon application to the Scholarships Office.

g. No other amount is payable.

University of Sydney Scholarships 2023-24 in Australia (Fully Funded)

University: University of Sydney
Degree level: BS, MS, PhD
Scholarship coverage: Fully Funded
Eligible nationality: All Nationalities
Award country: Australia

List of Available Academic Fields:

Arts and Social Sciences
Architecture, Design, and Planning
Education and Social Work
Engineering and Computer Science
Medicine and Health

Official link for bachelors: https://www.sydney.edu.au/scholarships/e/sydney-scholars-awards.html

Official link for MS and PhD: https://www.sydney.edu.au/scholarships/domestic/postgraduate-research/australian-government-research-training-program.html#USYDIS

Deadline: 15 March 2023.

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