Cut Off Date for Scholarship Applications: 6 weeks before the start date (Please note - online and on-campus start dates differ slightly).

Intake start dates: 
2018 – Mid-year
2019 – January / February

About this scholarship
Description/Applicant information
For 1st year students currently studying ONLINE. Excel in your studies and complete your qualification in Australia, on-campus.
Through the Academic Excellence Scholarship, EIT welcomes students worldwide to apply.


Value
This scholarship provides eligible students:
-    20% off their 2nd year undergraduate tuition fee
-    20% off their 3rd year undergraduate tuition fee subject to eligibility criteria


Course type
-    Undergraduate (All Bachelor of Science Degrees’s)


Nationality
-    International students


Eligible courses
-    All undergraduate engineering degrees available to international students.
-    2nd and 3rd years of study on-campus, after 1st year ONLINE study.

Eligibility criteria
This scholarship is only for:
-    Students who achieved an average of 75% (Tier 1) in 1st year of study by completing all 1st year units (27 credits) online.
-    Students studying their 1st year online, and then transferring on-campus for 2nd and 3rd years of study.
-    (For the 3rd year scholarship) - Students who achieved an average of 75% (Tier 1) in 2nd year of study after completing all 1st year units (27 credits) online.
-    International, full fee-paying, non-sponsored students, without existing scholarships.
-    Students commencing studies at EIT’s Western Australia campus for their 2nd and 3rd year of study.

Please note that this scholarship:

-    Covers a maximum of 20% off the second and third -year tuition fee up to a MAXIMUM of 54 credit points only
-    Covers tuition fees only (itand does not cover any other international student expense)
-    Will be credited to recipient’s fee account at commencement of studies and cannot be accessed by them
-    Will be awarded only if the Letter of Offer is accepted and enrolment occurs in their course by the date specified.
-    Cannot be retained if a recipient defers his/her studies following the 1st year.

Conditions that need to be met to keep your scholarship
-    Remain enrolled in initial course and major of study unless approved by EIT.
-    Maintain and complete an online enrolment for undergraduate 1st year of study totalling 27 credits.
-    Be accepted for on-campus study.
-    Take no leave of absence or withdraw from their units or course of study.

To accept the scholarship, the recipient must:
-    Meet the conditions listed in their Letter of Offer
-    Be aware of the dates and deadlines for the application. 
-    Comply fully with the process for applying through Department of Immigration and Border Protection.

Please contact Caroline Mackay for further information or to be put in contact with one of our agent partners in your area to discuss this scholarship in further detail - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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