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University of Sydney offers Sydney Achievers International Scholarships



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The University of Sydney takes great pleasure in announcing Scholarships for new international students commencing at the University in 2013.

Up to 100 of these prestigious Scholarships will be offered in 2013 to high achieving, academically meritorious, international students, inviting them to enjoy the Sydney experience at one of the finest institutions of higher education in the world.

 “We are delighted to offer an enhanced Scholarships scheme to attract academically outstanding international students to study at the University of Sydney,” said Professor Derrick Armstrong, the University’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) and Registrar.

“The University continues to attract exceptional students from a range of countries, adding diversity to its international student population. By awarding these Scholarships, we aim to enable more promising students to come to Sydney and acquire skills which are closely aligned with their own aspirations for personal growth and career development.”

Successful candidates will be awarded AUD$10,000 each per annum, available for the CRICOS registered duration of a recipient’s program of study, for any Undergraduate or Postgraduate program offered at the University of Sydney.

The University of Sydney currently has over 50,000 students, of whom approximately 10,000 are international students, representing 147 countries.

Further details on the Scholarships are available on the University of Sydney website at:

http://sydney.edu.au/scholarships/prospective/

If you want more information on scholarships in Australia, contact KOM Consultants.  KOM Consultants assists students with studying options at Australian universities and universities in the UK.

Other Australian Universities that offer scholarships are Bond University, University of Canberra and Griffith University and more, as well as universities in Scotland.  Contact KOM today.