University of Sydney Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships in Australia 2023/24

Scholarship for exceptional international students!

Scholarships of up to $40,000 for high-achieving international students to pursue coursework at the University of Sydney.

Highlights

VCIS is a scholarship offered for commencing a course degree (awarded only once in the first year of commencing and non-renewable for subsequent years)

Value Compatibility Open date Closing date
Up to $40,000 An international student has applied for a CRICOS registered coursework degree Received an unconditional offer of admission There is no See the information below

How to apply

No application is required as all eligible students who have secured an unconditional offer of admission by the following dates will be automatically considered:

Semester 1, 2023 Closing date
1st round September 1, 2022
2nd round November 1, 2022
Semester 2, 2023 Closing date
1st round March 1, 2023
2nd round April 14, 2023
3rd round June 19, 2023

Scholarship will be offered subject to availability of funds.

Benefits

Based on your ranking according to the selection criteria, four scholarship amounts are offered:

  1. The $40,000 is payable in two equal installments per semester for one year
  2. $20,000 is payable per semester
  3. $10,000 must be paid per semester
  4. $5,000 per semester

The availability of some amounts may be restricted to certain groups.

Who is eligible?

You must:

  • to be an international student
  • have applied for, but not yet commenced, a CRICOS-registered honors degree or coursework Masters degree, usually delivered onshore at the University of Sydney
  • must receive an unconditional offer of admission by the relevant deadline.

Background

The Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships are awarded to exceptional international students.

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