The studentship is available for the brilliant aspirants from all nationalities to pursue the postgraduate degree coursework for the academic year 2020-2021.
Desiring to pursue your career in the field of Architecture and Built Environment? Good News! The Abedian Foundation is awarding Master of Architecture International Scholarship at Bond University in Australia.
While studying at Bond University, you can get a collaborative environment where you can work on a project, taking it from initial idea through to execution.
Abedian Foundation has focused its efforts on supporting key areas of research, education, and health to create enduring, community-based relationships. It supports the initiatives of independent school programs.
Masters degree program.
Field of Study:
Masters degree in Architecture and Built Environment.
The bursary will provide the 100% tuition remission.
Candidates from all nationalities are eligible.
The eligibility criteria are as follows;
Grants are awarded on academic merit to successful applicants commencing the Master of Architecture program at Bond University. Applicant must be currently achieving, or have achieved, a minimum cumulative percentage average of 75% in the Bachelor of Architectural Studies and accepted for admission and offered a place in the Master of Architecture degree.
Applying procedure Instructions:
The following application guidance is intended for candidates who wish to apply for the scholarships:
- For joining this program, candidates are recommended to take admission to the postgraduate degree coursework at the Bond University. After taking confirmation, aspirants can submit the online award application form.
- Submit a portfolio of relevant work produced during Bachelor degree candidature in support of the application.
- For enrolling, seekers are needed to have their bachelor’s degree certificates with good academic grades.
- All candidates must have to meet the minimum English language requirement for admission.
Scholarship Official Web Links:
Online Application: ◄–
Scholarship Link: ◄–
September 20, 2019.