The University of Newcastle in Australia is pleased to support the education of intelligent and motivated students through its Kelver Hartley French Equity Scholarships for International Students. The educational grant is accessible for the academic calendar 2021/2022.
The Scholarship programme seeks to assist international students who intends to undertake an undergraduate degree coursework at the university in Australia.
The University of Newcastle provides a wide range of degrees in several fields. It has internationally renowned teaching and research facilities, including large classrooms, technological reading centers, well-equipped laboratories, extensive libraries, and large meeting rooms.
Application Deadline: 9 August 2021
- Institution: University of Newcastle
- Department: NA
- Degree Level: Bachelor degree
- Available Awards: Two
- Mode of Applying: Online
- To be taken at: Australia.
- Acceptable Countries: Students from across the globe are eligible to apply
- Available Courses: Any course area in the undergraduate degree offered by the university.
- Admissible Criteria: To be considered for this admission, candidates must meet these criteria:
- Be enrolled in any year of any undergraduate degree at the University of Newcastle.
- Be majoring in French.
- Demonstrate the impact of personal circumstances, such as carer, sole parent, financial hardship, English language difficulty, Indigenous Australian, long-term medical condition or effects of abuse, disability, refugee status, regional/remote disadvantage.
Method of Application
- Application Process: Aspiring students are to register in the undergraduate degree at the university.
- Supporting Documents: A personal statement (approx. 1 A4 page) outlining your academic achievements, career aspirations in the relevant area of study, and how this application would assist you.
- You may need to provide documents to support financial hardship, although a Centrelink reference number may be enough.
- Entrance Requirements: Candidates are required to have a first class high-school degree in a relevant field.
- Language Requirement: Candidates whose first language is not English must have an overall IELTS score of 7.0, with a minimum of 6.5 in each sub-skill. Equivalent English language qualifications may be accepted.
The University of Newcastle will provide a total benefit of $4000 to be paid as a lump sum after the relevant census date.