Charles Sturt University offers three types of scholarships specifically developed for international students.
We also have a range of Foundation and other Charles Sturt University Scholarships available to undergraduate international students. International research students are eligible to apply for Faculty scholarships where they are available.
There may also be other scholarship options for you including the Australian Government, international agencies, or your own government.
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Charles Sturt University offers a range of scholarships donated by our alumni, industry and the local community for domestic and international students. It is important that before you apply for the desired scholarship that you understand the eligibility guidelines. You will find the eligibility guidelines within the second tab on the individual scholarship information page.
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- The Australia Awards are prestigious international scholarships and fellowships funded by the Australian Government that aim to contribute to the long-term development needs of Australia's partner countries, in line with bilateral and regional agreements.
- The Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships are internationally competitive, merit-based scholarships provided by the Australian Government that support citizens of countries in the Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, Europe and the Americas to undertake study, research and professional development programs in Australia and for Australians to undertake these activities overseas.
International agencies and government scholarships chevron_right
Many countries offer government scholarships which support students who want to study overseas. You may wish to investigate any special scholarships your country offers. In addition, private education foundations and some multinational companies have funds available to support students. Some other scholarship options you may wish to investigate include:
- scholarships from your government
- private education foundations
- multinational companies
- The World Bank
- The United Nations