Destination Australia Scholarship

Destination Australia Scholarship

The Destination Australia Scholarship objective is to: attract and support study in regional Australia, grow and develop regional Australian tertiary education providers, offer students a high-quality learning experience.

Enrolment status | Future UQ student | Student type International|Study level-Undergraduate, Postgraduate coursework
Study area – Agriculture and animal sciences, Science and mathematics
Scholarship focus – Academic excellence, Experiences and employability, Financial hardship, Rural or remote
Scholarship value: AUD $15,000 per year
Scholarship duration: For the program’s duration (maximum 4 years)
Number awarded:May vary
Applications open:14 November 2022
Applications close:18 January 2023
Eligibility:You’re eligible if you:

are an international student
hold a student visa for the scholarship’s duration
are a commencing student
are UQ alumni commencing a different program (for example, Master’s after completing a Bachelor’s degree)
have a full offer to study an eligible program delivered entirely at the UQ Gatton campus in 2023 (you don’t need to accept your full offer by the scholarship application deadline).
And you:

will study full-time via Internal study mode at UQ’s Gatton campus for the scholarship’s duration
reside in a regional area of Australia for the scholarship’s duration as defined by the Australian Statistical Geography Standard Remoteness Structure 2016 (Australian Bureau of Statistics)
And you’re starting any of the below programs in 2023:

Bachelor of Agricultural Science
Bachelor of Equine Science
Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Honours)
Bachelor of Veterinary Technology
Bachelor of Wildlife Science
Master of Agribusiness
Master of Agricultural Science (Agronomy or Horticulture fields of study)
Master of Animal Science
Dual degrees with the Bachelor of Agribusiness and Master of Agricultural Science (Plant Protection field of study) are not eligible because they are not delivered full-time at UQ Gatton.

Students from low-socioeconomic status (low-SES), and who are first in family to tertiary study, and those living with a disability are strongly encouraged to apply.

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