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SCHOLARSHIPS

NOTE: Due to a rapid rise in spam inquiries many genuine inquiries have had to be ignored.

  • We will only respond to inquiries that have made some effort in preparation, have read The University of Sydney guidelines, have read some of our works, can speak and communicate in English and have taken steps to find scholarship funding or are self-funded. This applies to interns, undergraduate and postgraduate inquiries.
  • The University of Sydney will not waiver tuition fees. Some overseas funding agencies provide inadequate funding for students to be able to undertake study overseas misleading them to think the overseas institution will provide a tuition scholarship. It is up to the student to demonstrate merit and obtain appropriate internationally competitive funding. 

Australian students

iPL will support any student of sufficient merit to apply for one of the many available scholarship programs to undertake a post-graduate degree. For information click on available research scholarships.

International students

iPL will support any student of sufficient merit to apply for one of the many available scholarship programs to undertake a post-graduate degree. For information click on available scholarships for international research at iPL.

Please note that The University of Sydney will not waiver tuition fees.

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AUSTRALIA AWARDS

The Australia Awards and Achievement (Endeavour) Awards is the Australian Government’s internationally competitive, merit-based scholarship program providing opportunities for citizens of the Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Europe and the Americas to undertake study, research and professional development in Australia. Awards are also available for Australians to do the same abroad. For more information click here Australia Awards.

The Awards include scholarships to undertake study in Australia and fellowships from visiting researchers, from research fellow to professorial fellow.