Applications for the JCU Vice Chancellor’s International Student Scholarship are now being accepted. The JCU Vice Chancellor’s International Student Scholarship is part of JCU’s commitment to recognizing and assisting high-achieving students by providing up to a 100% tuition remission for the minimum course length each year.
The Scholarship is open to high-achieving international students enrolled in qualifying programs who have a weighted average mark (WAM) of 85% or higher.
James Cook University (JCU) is an Australian public university in North Queensland. JCU, Queensland’s second oldest university, is both a teaching and research institution. The main campuses of the university are in the tropical cities of Cairns and Townsville, as well as one in the city-state of Singapore. JCU has campuses in Mount Isa, Mackay, Thursday Island, and Rockhampton. Russo Higher Education operates a Brisbane campus that offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses to international and domestic students. Environmental sciences, biological sciences, mathematical sciences, earth sciences, agricultural and veterinary sciences, technology, and medical and health sciences are among the university’s primary research areas.
Institution: James Cook University
Eligible Nations: International students
Study Subject: Several
Financial Coverage: Fully-funded/ Partially-funded
Degree: Undergraduate, Graduate, Ph.D.
Deadline: October 30, 2022
- The JCU Vice Chancellor’s International Student Scholarship (partial fee waiver) offers a 50% partial tuition remission for the minimum course length.
- The JCU Vice Chancellor’s International Student Scholarship (full fee waiver) provides up to a 100% tuition waiver for the minimum course length.
- International students with a weighted average mark (WAM) of 85% or higher who enroll in relevant programs are eligible.
- You must have a visa to study before you begin.
- A full-time internal program offer is required.
- Any IELTS requirements had to be met.
- Medical, dental, veterinary science, master’s degree in clinical psychology, higher degree by research, study abroad, and exchange programs are not eligible.
- Scholarships cannot be delayed.
- The Selection Committee decides how to distribute scholarships.
- The scholarship only provides a fee reduction; no cash grants or refunds are permitted.
- The scholarship cannot be combined with any other award, scholarship, or allowance from JCU.
- Students who have received sponsorship are ineligible to apply.
- Scholarship recipients must maintain a GPA of 6.0 (full fee waiver) or 5.5 (half fee waiver) (partial fee waiver).
- If the recipient’s eligibility is no longer valid, the Scholarships Office must be notified, and any unusual circumstances that contributed to the recipient’s lower GPA will be considered.
- If the recipient postpones their studies or takes an unapproved leave of absence, they will no longer be eligible for the Scholarship.
- If the recipient does not comply with any of the terms of the scholarship, the Dean of the relevant College may suspend or terminate the scholarship or take any other action they deem appropriate to ensure compliance with the condition.
- The Scholarship must be renewed by the appropriate Dean, including tenure if the winner changes fields of study.
- A student may request a review of a decision under the guidelines of the JCU Student Review and Appeals Policy.
How to Apply
To apply, click the apply now button and fill out the form. They immediately determine if you are eligible to apply for the scholarship after receiving your course application. If you are eligible, you will receive an invitation to submit your scholarship application. Specific instructions on how to apply for the scholarship will be included in the email invitation.
Note: Individual files larger than 750Kb should be submitted in a separate email to [email protected] Please include your student ID and scholarship name in your email.
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