Scholarship Description:

The Curtin University is inviting highly motivated and enthusiastic worldwide students to apply for the Starter Support International Awards. The studentship is open for the academic year 2020-2021.

This educational award is designed for outstanding students who want to pursue a full-time postgraduate or undergraduate degree programs in all courses offered by the university.

Host College/University:

Curtin University in Bentley, Perth, Western Australia.

Degree level:

Undergraduate & Postgraduate degree plans.

Field of Study:

The undergraduate or postgraduate degree program will be awarded in any subject offered by the university.

Scholarship Award:

For the academic year 2020-21, Outstanding students will receive a reward of equivalent to AUD$5000 annually from university.


Aspirants from all nationalities are eligible.

Eligibility Criteria:

To decide whether or not you are qualified for this program, review the requirements given:

  • Applicants will have to take enrollment to a undergraduate or postgraduate degree program at the Curtin University before submitting the application for the opportunity.
  • Applicants are studying online, outside of Western Australia for Semester 1, 2021.

Applying procedure Instructions:

The following application guidance is intended for candidates wishing to qualify for a scholarship:

  • To seek the opportunity, Applicants will have to take admission to a undergraduate or postgraduate degree program at the Curtin University and must apply via any one of Curtin University registered education agents.
  • Candidates must submit a CV, academic certificates, and transcripts with your application.
  • For taking admission, applicants must have a previous year degree.
  • Students must have an internationally-recognized English language qualification for the opportunity.

Scholarship Official Web Links:

Online Application: ◄–

Scholarship Link: ◄–

Scholarship Deadline:

February 26, 2021.


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