The Curtin Engineering Merit International Scholarship is available to international students who have completed their first semester of study at Curtin University in 2011 in an eligible course (please refer to the Applicant information PDF attached for a list of eligible courses).
Applicants will need to have demonstrated high-level academic achievement in their studies at a WA College for example Canning College, Tuart College or Murdoch College and obtained a Tertiary Entrance Ranking or equivalent in 2010.
Faculty: Science and Engineering Area of Interest: Engineering, Mining / Mapping / Resources Scholarship Type: Merit Based Year of Study: First UG Year
Eligibility: Applicants must meet ALL of the following criteria to be considered for the Curtin Engineering Merit International Scholarships:
Be undertaking the first year of their first undergraduatedegree, and completed the first semester of full time (100 credits) study with an average of 70.00 at Curtin University, in an eligible course in 2011
Be an international student and hold a valid Student Visa – Higher Education (Subclass 573)
Be a student of a WA College in 2010
Receive a TER or equivalent of 95.00 or above in 2010
Applicable to: Current Students Maximum number awarded: 5 Value: The 25% contribution to student fees will be paid directly to the student fee account at the census date relevant to each enrolled semester. The recipient may be entitled to a refund of 25% of their semester one tuition fees.
Tenable at: Curtin University Further Information: Please contact the Scholarships Office Email:Undergraduate Scholarships Office firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 9266 2992
Criteria: The Scholarships will be awarded by a selection panel using the following criteria:
Successful completion of semester 1 2011 in an eligible course
Responses in the application form
Guidelines: Documentation required to accept a Curtin Engineering Merit International Scholarship:
Proof of Citizenship and visa status (Birth Certificate, Passport or Citizenship Certificate)
Proof of attendance at a WA College (eg: certificates)