Australian Study Grants 2016 for Filipinos

Australian Awards 2016

(The article or the post text is completely copied from the newsletter sent to alumni of Australian universities and availed the AusAID grants in the past.)

Do you dream of making a difference in your field and in society? Do you aspire for a world-class Australian education to develop your leadership skills?

The Australian Government is offering future Filipino leaders an opportunity to be change agents and development catalysts through its prestigious Australia Awards Scholarships program. Applications for the program’s 2016 intake is open until 30 April 2015.

For over 50 years, Australia has supported the Philippines’ best and the brightest to advance their education at Australia’s world-class universities on Australian Government-funded scholarships. Australia Awards Scholarships is aimed at future leaders – regardless of gender, ethnicity or disability –with the passion to spark positive change in their countries.

Scholarships are available to individuals who wish to pursue postgraduate qualification (Masters Degree) at Australian universities. It covers awardee’s travel, study, and living expenses in Australia. Interested applicants may visit the Australia Awards-Philippines website at http://www.australiaawardsphilippines.org. for the complete guidelines on eligibility and application procedures or email secretariat@australiaawardsphilippines.org.

Note: You can check if you are eligible to apply for the study grant: http://australiaawardsphilippines.org/applicants/how-to-apply

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~ by reymos on February 24, 2015.

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