The University of Queensland (UQ) is pleased to offer the prestigious Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship for International Students for the 2023 academic year. This scholarship is designed to attract and support outstanding international students from around the world to pursue undergraduate or postgraduate coursework programs at UQ.
To be eligible for the UQ Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship for International Students, applicants must:
- Hold a valid passport from a country other than Australia or New Zealand.
- Have commenced or intend to commence full-time studies in an eligible undergraduate or postgraduate coursework program at UQ in Semester 1, 2023.
- Demonstrate a strong academic record with a minimum ATAR of 99.90 or equivalent.
- Possess a keen interest in contributing to the vibrant academic and cultural community at UQ.
- Exhibit exceptional leadership potential and a commitment to making a positive impact on their chosen field.
- Demonstrate proficiency in English, both written and spoken.
The UQ Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship for International Students provides comprehensive support to selected scholars, including:
- Full tuition fee offset for the duration of the undergraduate or postgraduate coursework program (up to 3 years maximum for undergraduate programs and up to 2 years maximum for postgraduate programs).
- Access to UQ’s world-class facilities, resources, and expertise.
- Mentorship from experienced UQ faculty and staff.
- Opportunities to participate in research collaborations, internships, and student exchange programs.
The application deadline for the UQ Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship for International Students is typically in March each year. Interested applicants can submit their applications online through the UQ scholarships portal. The application process involves submitting the following documents:
- Completed online application form.
- Academic transcripts translated into English.
- Two letters of recommendation from academic or professional references.
- Personal statement highlighting the applicant’s academic achievements, research interests, and career aspirations.
- English language proficiency certificate (if applicable).
Applications are rigorously reviewed by a selection committee based on the following criteria:
- Academic record.
- Personal statement and recommendation letters.
- Demonstration of interest and motivation for pursuing undergraduate or postgraduate coursework studies at UQ.
- English language proficiency.
- Interview performance (if applicable).
Notification of Results
Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their applications within a few months of the application deadline. Selected scholars will receive an official acceptance letter and invitation to join the UQ academic community.
Benefits of UQ Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship for International Students
The UQ Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship for International Students offers numerous benefits to selected scholars, including:
- Financial support to cover tuition fees, allowing scholars to focus on their studies and academic pursuits.
- Access to a world-class learning environment with opportunities to collaborate with leading experts and researchers.
- Mentorship from experienced faculty and staff, providing guidance and support for academic success and personal development.
- Exposure to a diverse and supportive international student community, fostering cross-cultural understanding and lifelong connections.
- Potential for career advancement and leadership opportunities in academia or industry.