Possibilities of funding for French students in Australia [fr]

The cost of higher education is a significant factor to consider when applying to study in Australia. For information and estimations on the costs of living and studying in Australia, please consult the advice from the Australian Government, or directly consult the information from the destination institution. International students can’t get a government loan to cover their tuition fees and are liable to pay full tuition fees for courses.
For this reason, many international students seek information about how to obtain scholarships to support their study in Australia.

Australian Government Funding

There are a very limited number of opportunities available to international students studying in Australia to receive funding from the Commonwealth:

Australia Awards Scholarships

Scholarships for students from developing countries, particularly those countries located in the Indo-Pacific region, to undertake full time study at participating Australian universities.
Eligibility:
-  minimum of 18 years of age
-  Be a citizen of and residing in a participating country (as listed here: Eligible countries )
-  Study programs must relate to the country’s priority areas for development.
How to apply
More information here

Destination Australia

The Destination Australia Program aims to attract international students to study in regional Australia.
Eligible institutions
A list of eligible institutions is available here
How to apply
Students can apply for this scholarship directly with the participating tertiary education institution.
More information here

Research Training Programs

Research Training Program Scholarships are postgraduate research scholarships to support overseas students undertaking Higher Degrees of Research at Australian Higher Education institutions.
Eligibility
-  To be eligible for a RTP Stipend, RTP Fees Offset or RTP Allowance a student must be a domestic or overseas student enrolled in an accredited Higher Research course at an Australian Institution.
-  Students must not be receiving income from another source (greater than 75% of the stipend) to support that general living costs while undertaking the course of study.
How to apply
Applications need to be made directly to a participating university.
More information here

Discovery Program + Australian Laureate Fellowships

The Discovery Program aims to build Australia’s research capacity through support for international collaboration in research in priority areas and for research training and career opportunities for the best Australian and international researchers.
Eligibility
-  An application may only be submitted through the Research Office of an Eligible Organisation listed in the relevant Grant Guidelines.
-  Discovery Program grant funds may be used for salary support, stipends, travels expenses, equipment etc.
More information here

Student Support Payments

The Australian Government has a range of means-tested payments available to support eligible students who are planning to undertake approved study. This includes Youth Allowance and Austudy for Australian Residents.

Institutional Funding

Most Australian universities and institutions of higher education feature a webpage dedicated to scholarships and funding available to their students. It is recommended that applicants consult directly the website of their host institution to find opportunities.
A catalogue from the Australian government of the ensemble of funding opportunities is available via Studies in Australia.

Dernière modification : 07/07/2020

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