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Postgrad Australia Scholarship

PostgradAustralia helps prospective postgraduate university students find courses and scholarships through digital products and print publications.

What is PostgradAustralia?

PostgradAustralia helps prospective postgraduate university students find courses and scholarships through our leading digital products and print publications.

Our website helps students explore, compare, shortlist and apply for their perfect university course, all in one place.

What is this scholarship for?

At PostgradAustralia, we’re passionate about the power of learning. We believe postgraduate education can give people the means to achieve great things. That’s why we’re proud to support students with a passion for learning through the PostgradAustralia Scholarship.

The successful applicant of the PostgradAustralia Scholarship will be paid a grant of $2,750 in April 2019.

We’re not looking for a stratospheric GPA. We’re not even asking for a transcript. What we want to see is your passion for knowledge in a field you love.

Am I eligible?

Everyone studying or planning to study a postgraduate course in Australia is eligible, regardless of your study field, study mode, residency status, or football team.

Eligible programs include:

  • Graduate certificates
  • Graduate diplomas
  • Master’s degrees
  • PhDs

The winning applicant will have their enrolment in a current postgraduate program verified with their institution.

When can I apply?

Right now! Applications close on March 31, 2019. The winner will be announced on April 5, 2019.

How do I apply?

Visit the Postgrad Australia website for more information about the scholarship and details on how to apply.

Postgrad Australia website

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