Adelaide University is a leading research institute and a leading tertiary education institution committed to encouraging new insights, fostering collaboration, and cultivating the next generation of educated leaders. The university is thought to belong to the top 1% of universities worldwide for academic excellence thanks to its long record of being Australia’s third-longest operating university and for advancing innovation within the university. A major supporter of South Australia’s health and wealth, the University can be acknowledged as playing a major role in the community’s life.
Outstanding performance is one of the university’s strongest attributes. Adelaide’s prestigious student body includes more than 100 Rhodes Scholars and five Nobel laureates. It also competes for scholars with world-leading expertise in their field of study, plus it attracts outstanding students with all the necessary skills to succeed in a successful career following graduation.
It is the aim of the University of Adelaide to provide the best possible education to all of its students. Additionally, it is an international training facility.
- Host University: University of Adelaide;
- Host Country: USA;
- Scholarship Type: Partial Funding;
- Study Level: Postgraduate and Undergraduate Level;
- Scholarship Worth: 2,000$;
- Subjects available: All Subjects;
- Eligible Countries: National and International Students;
- Application Deadline: The Scholarship is open;
The University of Adelaide College of Engineering and Technology has developed a Student Emergency International Award program now available for all undergraduate, postgraduate, and international students, regardless of their degree levels.
Students from international and national backgrounds can receive scholarships up to $2,000 from the University of Adelaide.
- Students must maintain a reasonable level of academic achievement.
- The applicant must provide evidence of financial need in the short term, either for tuition or living costs;
- The candidate’s research course workload is required to be at least three units each semester.
To apply for this award, applicants must be accepted to the university. A maximum of 300 words should be provided by them describing their financial assistance need and how they plan to use the grant if they were to be awarded the grant. Applications must be submitted online and must be discussed with an Education Welfare Officer via Student Care, students can send an email to [email protected] or call 8313-5430. Finally, you must at the student’s Education Welfare Officer appointment, submit the completed application with all the supporting documentation.
Students are required to submit evidence supporting their financial need, for example, the details of a Commonwealth income-tested payment, such as the Youth Allowance, Australian Student Allowance, ABSTUDY benefits, or any other financial details.
Application requirements: Applicants must be admitted to the university for consideration for this scholarship.
Foreign language conditions: English must be the student’s primary language. They must provide any evidence that they possess English proficiency, such as IELTS, TOEFL, or other acceptable documentation.