Inbound students Study Abroad and Exchange at the University of Melbourne
Scholarships & Financial Aid
Study Abroad Scholarships
Melbourne Global Mobility is pleased to offers the following scholarships for incoming coursework Study Abroad students.
Semester 1, 2017 - 2 x A$2,000
Semester 2, 2017 - 2 x A$2,000
These scholarships are open to undergraduate and postgraduate (excluding research) Study Abroad students commencing at the University of Melbourne, who have been made an unconditional offer into the Study Abroad program by Melbourne Global Mobility.
Criteria and Selection
Eligible students who have submitted an application by the Study Abroad deadline, and who have been made an unconditional offer to study as part of the Study Abroad program, will be automatically considered. The scholarships will be awarded by MGM primarily on consideration of home institution results.
Successful students will be notified by MGM approximately two weeks after the Study Abroad application closing dates. The Scholarships will be one-off payments of A$2,000 upon enrolment at the University of Melbourne. Students who are offered a scholarship may be asked by MGM to assist with promotion of mobility programs, either through publication, online or on campus.
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Fund My Travel
Are you seeking ways to raise funds for your study at the University of Melbourne? You may be interested in starting a campaign through Fund My Travel.
The University of Melbourne is an approved provider for Fund My Travel, so you can get started on your campaign right away!
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The University of Melbourne is a registered Career Development Loan learning provider for UK citizens.
For further details see UK Financial Aid.
The University of Melbourne is registered to receive students on financial aid from many state and federal governments of the USA.
For further details, see USA Financial Aid.
Check with your home institution's study abroad or international office for appropriate advice.