Turn your dream into reality by applying for the MACC Scholarships for Malaysian Students offered by the University of Canberra in Australia. The educational programme is available for the academic session 2021/2022. Interested and eligible students are welcome to apply.
The educational award is designed to support the education of outstanding and brilliant first-year students who intends to pursue an undergraduate degree at the university in Australia.
The University of Canberra is a public university ranked in the top ten of Australia’s best universities entitled to work with government, business and industry to serve the communities and nation and to be the capital’s educational window to the world. The institution is committed to trail-blazing innovation and research with practical impact.
Application Deadline: July 19, 2021
- Institution: University of Canberra
- Department: NA
- Degree Level: Undergraduate degree
- Available Scholarships: Not Known
- To be taken at: Australia
- Acceptable Nationalities: Malaysian Students
- Available Subjects: Any course area in the undergraduate programme
- Admissible Criteria: To be considered for admission, the aspirants must be a first year student
Method of Application
- Application Process: All aspiring students must apply via the school’s official online portal and complete their application. Then they are required to fill the MACC Expression of Interests form.
- Supporting Documents: The applicants are to provide the following necessary documents:
- Transcripts of STPM or equivalent
- Copies of academic certificates
- CV including all curriculum activities
- English essay of 1 page describing the reason for applying for the opportunity.
- Admission Requirements: Applicants must have obtained at least GPA of 3.0 to secure admission at the institution.
- Language Requirement: Candidates are advised to meet the English language requirements of the university, this depends on their selected course of study.
The successful students will receive $7,000 as a grant to support their studies at the University of Canberra in Australia.