Wednesday, February 15, 2017

University of Technology Sydney Dianne Leckie Memorial Scholarship, Australia

πŸ—“ Deadline: 31 May 2017 πŸ› Degree: Bachelor The Dianne Leckie Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually to an international studen... thumbnail 1 summary
πŸ—“ Deadline: 31 May 2017

πŸ› Degree: Bachelor



The Dianne Leckie Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually to an international student who has completed the Diploma of Business and is enrolled (or is eligible to enrol at the next UTS intake) in the Bachelor of Business at UTS.

The scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic merit and personal qualities. The top 10 international students with the highest Grade Point Average for the year who graduate from the Diploma of Business in any semester (one, two or three) are invited to apply for the scholarship.


Eligibility




  • Applicants must be an international student (not an Australian citizen, New Zealand citizen or permanent resident of Australia)
  • Applicants must not be already receiving another scholarship
  • Applicants will be invited to apply based on their final grade point average after graduating from the Diploma of Business (completing in any semester).


Benefits

The scholarship covers tuition fees for two years’ study in the UTS Bachelor of Business program in addition to overseas health cover and student amenities fees. The total value is more than A$50,000.

The scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic merit and personal qualities. The top 10 international students with the highest Grade Point Average for the year who graduate from the Diploma of Business in any semester (one, two or three) are invited to apply for the scholarship.

Application

This is an invitation-only scholarship and successful business students will be invited to apply in April of each year.

Once a group has been shortlisted, an interview panel composed of UTS:INSEARCH and UTS Education Management and Teaching Staff will select the winning recipient based on a number of criteria including career aspirations, intended use of the UTS business degree and demonstrated knowledge of the discipline.

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