Charles Sturt Regional Scholarship 2020
- Applications open
- Available to:
- Value: 9 - 16% of tuition fees every session.
Awarded to eligible commencing 2020 international applicants studying in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga. See Eligibility.
|Course||Location||2020 Scholarship Amount|
|Bachelor degree in Accounting, Business or IT||Regional||9% of your tuition fees every session*|
|Master of Information Technology||Regional||16% of your tuition fees every session*|
|Master of Professional Accounting||Regional||13% of your tuition fees every session*|
The scholarship is ongoing and will continue over the course of study, as long as student maintains satisfactory progression in the course. (see all conditions below)
*Actual percentage amount is 9.35% for Bachelor Degrees, 16.76% for the Master of Information Technology and 13.43% for the Master of Professional Accounting.
- Port Macquarie
- Wagga Wagga
Must be studying in:
- Bachelor of Accounting
- Bachelor of Business (Management)
- Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
- Bachelor of Business Studies
- Bachelor of Information Technology
- Master of Information Technology
- Master of Professional Accounting
When will applications close?
Applications are open for 2020 intakes & until further advice.
Who cannot apply?
- International students studying via online from their home country
- International students studying via Charles Sturt University’s international partners in their home country
- International students at a Charles Sturt University Study Centre
- International exchange students
- Continuing students – only new students will be made a scholarship offer at the time of admission.
Will I be notified that my application has been received?
Yes. You will be notified by email when your application has been successfully submitted.
Can I be awarded more than one scholarship?
Students awarded this scholarship may be eligible for other scholarships.
How are applications assessed?
Applicants will be considered as part of their course admissions process. There is no additional application process.
Conditions of scholarship
Scholarship is conditional on the student maintaining satisfactory progression in the course (pass average). Students who transfer out of their regional location will not continue to be awarded the scholarship.
Recipients are expected to become active members of the student body and accept to provide information, testimonials and be featured in Charles Sturt Promotional materials.
When will my Scholarship be paid?
Scholarships are subject to the student maintaining satisfactory academic progress and continued enrolment in their course. If these conditions are not met, Scholarships may be suspended or terminated.
As long as the criteria is met, the scholarship amount will be deducted from tuition fees at the commencement of each session.
Can I defer my scholarship offer?
The University will honour scholarships as offered to the student on their offer letter.
This scholarship may be deferred to another 2020 intake, should the student receive a new offer, in a similar course and campus, as long as the scholarship is on offer. Student must commence study in session as per their offer letter.
Can my scholarship be suspended or terminated?
Yes, if you fail to meet the criteria for your scholarship.
Termination of a scholarship will occur if the recipient is excluded from their course, if the recipient withdraws or cancels their enrolment or if the recipient fails to maintain satisfactory grades over a prolonged period. Scholarships will also be terminated if the recipient transfers to another university or place of study.
Can I apply for an Approved Leave of Absence (ALA)?
For this particular scholarship, an Approved Leave of Absence may cause the scholarship’s termination. Please check with your International Student Liaison Officer for more information
When will I be notified of my applications outcome?
Your scholarship application outcome will be advised with your offer letter.
What will happen after I am granted the scholarship?
You will need to accept your offer of study at the University. You may still be required to meet GTE (Genuine Temporary Entrant) criteria, including financial capacity, and will need to make the appropriate fee deposit to the University to receive a COE.
How many scholarships are on offer?
The University will award as many scholarships as possible, with an intent to reward every eligible student.
Will I be considered as a commencing student if I am transferring from another CSU course or I am applying with advanced standing?
Typically, no. Please contact us at email@example.com for confirmation.
What are my responsibilities if awarded a scholarship?
You may be required to participate in a number of activities/tasks to promote Charles Sturt University to the wider community:
- Provide photographs of your experience to International Marketing Team for use in promotional and marketing items
- Submit an article about your experience to internal and external media groups
- Speak to internal and external media for interview purposes
- Post photos and/or updates through various Charles Sturt International social media pages
You will also be required to sign a media release allowing your photos and images of you to be used for promotional and marketing purposes.
Where can I get help?
If your question isn’t answered in the information provided on the website, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
How to Apply
Your application for this scholarship will be automatically considered by our admissions team when you apply for an eligible course on an eligible campus.
When will applications close?
Applications are open for all intakes 2020 and until further advice.