Endeavour Executive Fellowship

Endeavour Executive Fellowship

6 December 2013 Roy Southil

The Endeavour Executive Fellowship provides professional development opportunities for high achievers in business, industry, education or government from participating countries. The Fellowship focuses on building skills and knowledge through a host work environment. Candidates are not eligible to apply for an Executive Fellowship if their activity will result in their receiving, or contributes to, a formal academic qualification. In short, this is not a formal academic programme, Endeavour Executive Fellowship is about developing or learning new skills in your field or area of expertise rather than furthering your existing research interests and outcomes.

Duration: 1 to 4 months.

The Endeavour Executive Fellowship aims to: enable high achieving professionals to further develop their skills, knowledge and leadership capabilities, deepen professional engagements between Australia and participating countries, strengthen mutual understanding between the people of Australia and recipient’s host countries, build international linkages and networks, and allow professionals the opportunity, on returning to their home country, to share their updated skills and knowledge with colleagues.

How to apply: Applications for the 2015 round are expected to open in April 2014. Please check the Australia Awards Endeavour Scholarship and Fellowships website closer to April 2014 for further information, applicant guidelines and eligibility criteria.

The Applicant Guidelines provide detailed information on eligibility requirements, Fellowship values, list of participating countries and other important information. You should download these Guidelines and ensure you read and understand them before commencing your application.

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Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship (including Prime Minister’s Scholarship)

Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship (including Prime Minister’s Scholarship)

Roy Southil    9 October 2013
The Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship provides financial support for international students to undertake a postgraduate qualification at a Masters or PhD level either by coursework or research in any field of study in Australia.

Duration: Up to 4 years.

Aims of the scholarship
The Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship aims to: enable high achieving international students to undertake a postgraduate qualification either by coursework or research in their chosen fields of study in Australia, strengthen bilateral ties between Australia and the participating countries, showcase Australia’s education sector, strengthen mutual understanding between the people of Australia and recipients home countries, and build international linkages and networks.

Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Incoming Postgraduate Scholarship

The top twenty (20) recipients of the Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship (PhD only), from the ten eligible Asian countries and regions listed below, will be offered the Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Scholarship and its additional benefits.

Participating countries:
Citizens and/or Permanent Residents of India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Republic of Korea (South Korea), Singapore, The People’s Republic of China (including Hong Kong, and Macau SAR’s), Taiwan, Thailand and Viet Nam are eligible for this Scholarship.

All eligible international applicants for the Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship from the countries and regions listed above will automatically be considered for this Scholarship. Applicants do not have to acknowledge that they want to be considered for a Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Scholarship.

International applicants are advised not to contact their Australian host university regarding the Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Incoming Postgraduate Scholarship. The eligibility requirements and application process are the same as for the Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship.

When to apply: Applications for the 2015 round are expected to open in April 2014. Please check the Australia Awards Endeavour Scholarship and Fellowships website closer to April 2014 for further information, applicant guidelines and eligibility criteria.

 

Adelaide International Undergraduate Scholarships (AIUS)

Adelaide International Undergraduate Scholarships (AIUS)

No. of scholarships: 4.

Tenable at: Bradford College(1), Eynesbury College(1), General (2)

Field of study: Any discipline except Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS), Bachelor of Oral Health and the Bachelor of Science (Veterinary Bioscience).

Duration: Up to four years.

Eligibility: For international students commencing undergraduate study only.

Value: Waiver of full tuition fees for the normal duration of the program, subject to satisfactory performance.

1. AIUS Bradford College Scholarship

No. of scholarships: 1.

Value: 100% tuition fee waiver for the top ranked student.

Ciitzenship: International.

Applicants must be undertaking a Foundation Studies program at Bradord College in Adelaide. Available for entry into Semester 1 only.

How to apply: No application required. Bradford College will nominate recipient.

2. AIUS Eynesbury College Scholarship

No. of scholarships: 1.

Value: 100% tuition fee waiver for the top ranked student.

Citizenship:  International.

Applicants must be undertaking a Foundation Studies program at Eynesbury College in Adelaide. Available for entry into Semester 1 only

How to apply: No application required. The College will nominate recipient.

Academic Eligibility Criteria: Refer to the guide for minimum academic eligibility criteria for all undergraduate scholarships.

Further information: Download a copy of the scholarship conditions. Visit the university website for more information.

Australian National University College of Business and Economics International Graduate Scholarship

australian national uniScholarships are offered to students of Degree Programs offered by the ANU College of Business and Economics

Field of study: The College offers internationally recognised graduate coursework degrees in Accounting, Actuarial studies and statistics; Business, management and marketing; Business information systems; Economics and Finance.

Value: The Scholarship provides sponsorship for half (50%) of the international student tuition fee for up to one year of a Graduate Diploma or Masters program offered by the College.

The Scholarship does not cover any application and deposit fee, the Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) premium, fares to and from Australia, the payment of reading and study materials, living expenses, accommodation, services and amenities fee, or any other costs associated with studying.

Duration: The scholarship is tenable for up to one year of a Graduate Diploma or Masters program offered by the ANU College of Business and Economics

Number of scholarships: Up to 10 per year.

Eligibility: Applicants muust be an International Students. Must have applied for a Graduate Diploma or Masters by coursework program with the ANU College of Business & Economics. The applicant must be a commencing student in a Graduate Diploma or Masters by coursework program within the ANU College of Business and Economics for the first time. Dependants of the staff of diplomatic or consular missions are also eligible.

One scholarship will be awarded to a student from Latin America, Europe, Asia, South East Asia and Eurasia while the remaining five scholarships will be open to applicants from all regions of the world.

Selection is on the basis of academic merit, program choice and country of citizenship. Consideration may also be given to any other factors which the Selection Committee considers to be appropriate from time to time and in line with the College’s strategic direction and priorities.

Conditions: Conditions of the scholarships can be downloaded from: https://students.anu.edu.au/scholarships/gc/fut/int/cbe-int-graduate.php

How to apply: Application can be made online at http://apollo.anu.edu.au/apollo/default.asp?pid=5934&script=true

Closing date:
For students commencing in semester 1 applications close 6th December
For students commencing in semester 2 applications close 31st May

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