Well-known Australian University Announced Scholarships worth AUD 40,000 to Indian Students

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This award is available to students who enrol at Macquarie University starting in 2024–2025.
An annual prize worth AUD 10,000 has been announced by Macquarie University to honour deserving Indian students. Students who are interested can apply for this scholarship at mq.edu.au, the official website.
This award is available to students who enrol at Macquarie University starting in 2024–2025.

Eligibility Criteria:

The student must meet the following requirements in order to be eligible for this grant:

— Be a citizen of India

— Be a full-time foreign student pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree on campus
—Maintain an offer in full from Macquarie University
— Accept the offer letter and, on the date specified on the offer letter, pay the commencement fee.

The award will be given as a yearly stipend of AUD $10,000 toward tuition for any coursework degree program delivered at Macquarie University’s Sydney campus. This implies that the overall tuition expenses for a student enrolling in a four-year undergraduate program might be reduced by up to AUD $40,000 over the course of four years.
All year long, applications will be accepted, and those who apply successfully will be considered automatically for this award.

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