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ACU Scholarships and Bursaries

ACU Scholarship and Bursary applications opened on Monday 21 October and most will close on 31 March 2014.

Please visit the Scholarships and Bursaries Browser for information on how to apply!

At the end of February 201 eligible applications have been received.

International Student Scholarship

Applications for the International Student Scholarship opened 1 March 2014 and close 31 March 2014. This scholarship is only open to students who have an offer to study at ACU and will be commencing their course in Semester One 2014.

Six (6) scholarships are on offer and are applied as a 50% fee waiver will be awarded.

$1,000 International Student Business Scholarship

We have received a number of queries in regards to the $1,000 International Student Business Scholarship, which is applied as a fee waiver each semester. Please note that this is not managed by the Scholarships Office and is administered by the Fees Department – please send any enquiries to fees@acu.edu.au.

ACU Law Academic Merit Scholarship

2014 Commencing Law students may be eligible to apply for a new scholarship being offered. There are two ACU Law Academic Merit Scholarship, one for Melbourne Students and one for North Sydney/Strathfield students, each valued at $10,000 and paid across the minimum duration of courses. Applicants must have an ATAR (or equivalent) of above 90.00 as well as provide evidence of commitment to community service and social justice.

Applications are currently open and close 31 March 2014.

Application Tip of the Week

All scholarship and bursary opportunities managed by the Scholarships Office are listed on Scholarships and Bursaries Browser.

Please remember that a number of external organisations also offer scholarship and bursary opportunities to tertiary students. These awards are promoted to students via the External Scholarship and Bursaries Browser; the Scholarships Office encourages all students to view the browser, especially those who may not be eligible for an internal scholarship or bursary.

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