Cut Off Date for Scholarship Applications: 6 weeks before the start date

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

EIT is offering a Relocation Scholarship, up to the value of AUD $2,000. This amount will cover your airfare ticket to Western Australia, Perth. 

Nationality: International students

Eligibility criteria:
- You must provide a written paragraph explaining why you should be awarded with this grant
- You must meet the relevant English Language Proficiency Requirement for the course you wish to study
- You must have had no more than five backlogs (fails) during your highest level qualification
- You must commence studies at EIT's Western Australia campus in July, 2018
- You must be an International, full fee-paying, non-sponsored student

This scholarship is applicable for the following on-campus engineering degrees EIT is running in Perth, Western Australia for our 2018 July in-take:

  • Bachelor of Science (Mechanical Engineering)
  • Bachelor of Science (Electrical Engineering)
  • Bachelor of Science (Industrial Automation Engineering)
  • Bachelor of Science (Civil and Structural Engineering)
  • Master of Engineering (Industrial Automation)

Please note – If you require extra baggage, then this will be at your expense. 


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