The educational fund is available for both Australian and International students and has the purpose of supporting their degree studies at Medley Hall, the University of Melbourne in Australia.
Education helps students to build opinions and have points of view on things in life. Therefore for supporting candidates in their studies, the University of Melbourne is offering the Medley Hall Residential College Bursaries program.
University of Melbourne offers learning that stimulates challenges and fulfills the potential of excellent students from around the world. It also leads participants to personal development.
University of Melbourne is a sandstone university which was established in 1853 in Australia. It is Australia’s second oldest university and the oldest in Victoria with several other campuses located across Victoria.
Any degree program.
Field of Study:
Available for undertaking any degree program in any field at the university.
The educational grant will help students by providing the college fee remission from $1000 up to $29,500 depending on the level of financial need.
Australian and Overseas candidates are eligible to join.
The eligibility criteria is as follows;
- An applicant must receive an offer to study at the University of Melbourne and also have applied to live at Medley Hall.
Applying procedure Instructions:
The following application guidance is intended for candidates who wish to apply for the scholarships:
- The participants need to take admission in a degree level program at the university. After that, they can contact to firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form to the grant.
- At the time of admission, the candidate might be asked to submit their academic transcripts, curriculum vitae, language ability proof, and copy of the passport.
- If the candidate’s country language is not English, then they have to show the English language proficiency by the TOEFL or IELTS test.
Scholarship Official Web Links:
Online Application: ◄–
Scholarship Link: ◄–
February 14, 2020, (for semester 1)
July 13, 2020, (for semester 2)