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University of New South Wales (UNSW)

  • 34% international / 66% domestic

IMC Mobility Scholarship

Key details

Value
1000
Number Offered
10

About this scholarship

Outline

The Office of the Pro-Vice Chancellor (International) is providing $1,000 travel scholarships to selected UNSW students wishing to undertake global mobility programs.

The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage UNSW students to participate in global mobility programs that fall outside the formal exchange program. These programs include intensive courses, summer/winter exchange courses, practicums (research placements), unpaid internships and conferences. All current UNSW students participating in an overseas experience during the UNSW Winter Break (programs commencing in June-July 2017) or UNSW Summer Break (programs commencing in November - February) are eligible to apply.

There will be two rounds of applications in 2017:

Round 1 Deadline: Sunday 28 May (for UNSW Winter Break 2017 programs)

Round 2 Deadline: Wednesday 11 October (for UNSW Summer Break 2017-2018 programs)

Eligibility

Open to both local and international students who:

  • Are currently enrolled in an undergraduate or postgraduate full degree program at UNSW. Students taking program leave are not eligible
  • Have the equivalent of a credit average or above
  • Are completing a global mobility program (as listed above)
  • Have not previously received funding under a UNSW Short-term Mobility Program Scholarship
  • Are not receiving funding under a UNSW Short-term Mobility Program Scholarship or Australian Government Scholarship (e.g, AsiaBound or New Colombo Plan) for the program listed in the scholarship application
  • Are not receiving PRSS Conference Travel Funds
  • Are not participating in a formal semester/yearlong exchange either before or after the program

There will be scholarships specifically for students going to Universitas 21 partner universities.

The global mobility program cannot exceed one year.

Selection

The scholarships are administered by the UNSW International Centre. The Global Education Committee will be selecting students based on the following criteria:

  • Academic merit
  • Number of previous mobility experiences
  • Student benefit
  • Duration of program

Interviews

Interviews are not required for this Scholarship

Eligibility

Eligible Degrees
  • Masters (Coursework)
Gender
  • Female
  • Male
Eligible Study Fields
P
Property & Built Environment
B
Business & Management
C
Creative Arts
T
Teaching & Education
E
Engineering & Mathematics
M
Medical & Health Sciences
L
Law, Legal Studies & Justice
S
Sciences
H
Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences