UQ BEL India Scholarship 2017, India


Deadline:

October 30, 2016

Disciplines:


Opportunity Cover Image - UQ BEL India Scholarship 2017, India

Details 

  • Available to - Future Student
  • Level of study - Undergraduate, Postgraduate Coursework
  • Citizenship - International student
    Awarded to citizens of India studying a coursework master’s degree or undergraduate degree within the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law (excludes the MBA).
  • Award value - Up to AUD$10000 tuition fee waiver. The final amount awarded to the winner/s will be at the discretion of the selection committee
  • Applications open - 1 May 2016
  • Applications close - 30 October 2016

Eligibility

  • Citizens of India who normally reside in India.
  • Students who have applied to UQ and who have received an unconditional offer for a relevant program.
  • Students who will commence their program at UQ in Semester 1, 2017.
  • The scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic excellence and high achieving students are encouraged to apply.
  • Please note that this opportunity is not available to students already studying or residing in Australia.

How to Apply

  1. Lodge an official UQ application form for international students to the International Office
  2. Receive a UQ Student ID Number and an unconditional offer (or a conditional offer providing that all conditions are to be met by the closing date)
  3. Complete the Faculty of Business Economics and Law International Scholarship Application Form and submit to the following:
  • scholarships@bel.uq.edu.au or sent via mail to:
    Senior Manager, International Affairs
    Faculty of Business, Economics and Law
    University of Queensland
    St Lucia, 4072, QLD, Australia

Applications for semester 1, 2017 will close on the 30th October 2016. Please ensure that you read through all information and provide relevant documents as outlined in the Scholarship and UQ Application Forms.
Here is the application form.

Applications close - 30 October 2016

FAQs

Can I be awarded more than one scholarship?
When/how will I be paid my scholarship?
Can I defer or suspend my scholarship?
Can I hold a scholarship and study part-time?
Are scholarship payments considered income for tax or Centrelink purposes?
I want to transfer to another program, will that affect my scholarship?
I have been sent a ‘show cause letter’. What is this and why have I received it?

A request to ‘show cause’ is sent to scholarship holders who have failed to meet any of the conditions of their award eg failed to achieve the required semester  GPA, failing to remain enrolled in a full-time load etc.  

Students who are sent a “show cause” notice should respond by the due date, providing an explanation of why they failed to meet the requirement and where possible, providing evidence which supports their claims eg if failure to meet the GPA requirement or F/T study load is due to medical reasons, then a letter from the treating practitioner should be provided.

For more information click "Further official information" below.
 


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Publish Date
August 23, 2016
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