The University of New South Wales (UNSW) is a prestigious Australian university, established in 1949, and recognized as a member of the Australian Group of Eight.
UNSW offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs.
Benefits of Studying at UNSW
UNSW provides an ideal environment for students to develop critical thinking skills and explore their role in the world. It offers excellent academic experiences and equips students with the necessary skills for success in their chosen careers.
Description of the Award
The UNSW Australia’s Global University Award is designed to support international students pursuing undergraduate or postgraduate coursework degrees at UNSW. The award provides financial assistance ranging from $5,000 to $10,000 for one year.
- The award is open to applicants from all countries.
- Applicants must be commencing full-time study on campus in a UNSW undergraduate or postgraduate coursework program (excluding PG online and UNSW Canberra).
- They must have received an offer of admission into an eligible program for Term 2, 2020. The offer of admission can be either an unconditional letter of offer or a conditional English package offer (UEEC).
To be considered for the UNSW Australia’s Global University Award, applicants do not need to submit a separate application. They will automatically be considered for the award when applying for admission to an undergraduate or postgraduate coursework degree program at UNSW.
Supporting Documents and Admission Requirements
No supporting documents are required during the initial application process. However, applicants may be asked to submit relevant documents at a later stage. To gain admission to an undergraduate or postgraduate degree program at UNSW, applicants must meet the university’s entry requirements.
English Language Requirement
Applicants must fulfill UNSW’s English language requirements when applying for admission to the university.