The Curtin University is located in the city of Perth, Western Australia. It was founded under its current name in 2010 and was known as the Western Australian Institute of Technology (WAIT) and, since 1986, as Curtin University of Technology. It is named in honor of former Australian Prime Minister John Curtin.
Curtin University has strong research partnerships with some of the world’s biggest companies, such as Woodside, Chevron and Cisco.
The Curtin University offers a diversity of cultural backgrounds among its students and staff, as well as an international commitment. A variety of undergraduate and postgraduate courses are offered in industry-aligned Social Sciences, social, humanities, health, Business, engineering and science on both campus and online, and are accessible through a variety of study modes.
Students find themselves with a professionally prepared degree with much needed skills, experience, and knowledge.
Field of study:
The Curtin University International Awards are open for international students, who are seek to continue their studies in undergraduate, graduate or postgraduate programs in any field taught at the university.
This scholarship is open to all students from all over the world.
Financial benefits of the Scholarship:
The tuition fee offered by Curtin University is $1500.00 AUD, fee rebate in semester 1, 2021.
To be admitted, the candidates must complete all of the items listed below:
Due to border closures and associated travel restrictions, students must begin their first semester of 2021 online outside Western Australia;
You are a beneficiary of either a Curtin International Australian Year 12 Scholarship, or Curtin International Merit, Curtin International Alumni.
After the selection phase, students will be invited to apply to the undergraduate or master’s program of their choice by participating in research work at the university. After confirmation, the application will be considered for the scholarship.
26 February 2021.