Application is open for the partially funded University of Adelaide College International Scholarship.
About the University of Adelaide and Scholarship
The University of Adelaide, founded on November 6, 1874, was made possible through a generous £20,000 donation from grazier and copper miner Walter Watson Hughes, as well as contributions from Thomas Elder. The inaugural chancellor of the university was Sir Richard Hanson, with Augustus Short serving as the first vice-chancellor. The university’s initial academic offering was the Bachelor of Arts, and teaching commenced in March 1876. John Davidson held the distinction of being the first Hughes professor of English literature and mental and moral philosophy.
The University of Adelaide has a remarkable history of advocating for gender equality in higher education. It was the second English-speaking university globally, following the University of London in 1878, to admit women on an equal basis with men. This historic step occurred in 1881, although women had been studying alongside men from the outset of classes in 1876 and were equally eligible for all academic honors and prizes.
Edith Emily Dornwell became the university’s first female graduate and also the first person in Australia to earn a Bachelor of Science (BSc., 1885). Notably, Laura Fowler (MB, 1891) graduated as Australia’s first female surgeon, and Ruby Davy (B.Mus., 1907; D.Mus., 1918) achieved the distinction of being the first Australian woman to receive a doctorate in music.
The University of Adelaide College International Scholarship is designed to recognize international graduates of the University of Adelaide College. This scholarship grants a 10% reduction in tuition fees for the standard full-time duration of the recipient’s chosen undergraduate or postgraduate degree. It is available for graduates of the University of Adelaide College who are commencing their studies at the University of Adelaide. Importantly, this scholarship is open to citizens of any country, except Australia and New Zealand.
Details about the University of Adelaide College International Scholarship:
Scholarship Sponsor: University of Adelaide, Australia
Scholarship Value: 10% tuition fee reduction
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: Undergraduate/Postgraduate
Host Institution(s): University of Adelaide, Australia
Eligibility Criteria for the University of Adelaide College International Scholarship
Applicants are advised to meet the following requirements to be eligible for the University of Adelaide College International Scholarship:
- Have a University of Adelaide College degree;
- Have an admission offer from the University of Adelaide, either unconditional or conditional, for overseas students who can pay their entire tuition;
- Enroll in a full-time course load all through each degree study term;
- Proceed with the acceptance process as defined in your admission offer.
Note: Candidates for scholarships who meet the prerequisites for more than one scholarship program provided by the University of Adelaide will only be awarded one scholarship—the highest value award for which they are eligible.
The applicants listed below are not eligible to earn these scholarships:
- Scholars at the University of Adelaide who are now transferring before completing their program of study to pursue another degree (internal transfers)
- Applicants who have tuition expenses covered by scholarships from reputed scholarship-granting organizations, including government departments or ministries
- Candidates for PhD or Masters by Research programs;
- Candidates for certain programs; a list of degrees that are excluded can be found in the scholarship terms and conditions.
Application Procedure for University of Adelaide College International Scholarship
There is no need to apply since students who meet the requirements will be granted the University of Adelaide College International Scholarship immediately. Scholarships will be confirmed at the time of acceptance.
Note: Scholarships are available all year long, however, applicants are advised to complete the admissions procedure as soon as possible to give themselves enough time to apply for a visa and be ready for their studies.
Please contact your University of Adelaide Regional Manager or visit an authorized University of Adelaide agent representative. You can also visit the University of Adelaide website for further application details.
The Application Deadline is: Not Specified