The University of Melbourne is welcoming students to become a partner of the Melbourne Mobility Excellence International Awards for the academic year 2020-2021. The program is open for both home and global students.
The funding program helps students who mean to undertake a supported abroad study of 12 weeks or more (Exchange or Study Abroad) as a feature of their course. Marvelous opportunity for both home and International students
Laid out in 1853, the University of Melbourne is the second oldest research college in Australia and has 13,000 global students from more than 130 nations all over the World. It offers excellent quality education at affordable educational expenses/tuition fees with degrees.
Why at the University of Melbourne?
The college gives highest quality level teaching and state of the art research at broadly and internationally. Melbourne gets students ready to have their own effect, offering education that invigorates, leading to a lovely careers and skills to make significant commitments to society.
Melbourne Mobility Excellence International Awards Benefits
The program gives a one year off-payment of $2,500 and can be held simultaneously with another mobility award.
Course Level: Undergraduate and Graduate Program
College or Organization: University of Melbourne
Award: $2,500 – $4,000
Access Mode: Online
Number of Awards: Approximately 5
The award can be taken in Australia
Melbourne Mobility Excellence International Awards Eligibility
Eligible Countries: Applications are acknowledged from around the world.
Acceptable course or Subjects: The studentships are granted in all study regions presented by the college.
Admission Criteria: To be qualified, candidates must meet the following criteria:
- Intend to undertake a supported abroad study of 12 weeks or more (Exchange or Study Abroad) as part of your course in something like a year after the end date.
- Have achieved a Course Weighted Average of at least 80 in your ongoing course.
How to Apply for Melbourne Mobility Excellence International Awards:
To be able to apply for the opportunity s, applicants need to take admission in an undergraduate and degree coursework at the University. After taking up an admission, all candidates must present an application form for the opportunity.
Supporting Documents: Candidates should present a CV, academic certificates and records with their applications.
Admission Requirements: Applicants are chosen on the basic academic merit and the individual qualities of the candidates, including demonstrated leadership ability, public-spirited, approach and local area commitment.
Language Requirement: Applicants from outside the home country have to meet specific English language requirements in order to be allowed to study at the University.