2020 Global Sporting Excellence Scholarship for International Students At University of Western Australia

About University of Western Australia Sporting Excellence Scholarship

Introducing the Global Sporting Excellence Scholarship. Reach your full sporting potential with UWA’s Global Sporting Excellence Scholarship. The University of Western Australia is offering sporting scholarships to high-performing athletes, coaches and officials from across the globe who study with us

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This significant scholarship will be awarded to high-achieving undergraduate and postgraduate students from many different countries who are studying a wide variety of courses at the University.

If you’re looking to study in Australia, you could be awarded up to AUD$45,000 for undergraduate studies or AUD$30,000 for postgraduate studies to assist with your tuition fees.

Application is invited by the University of Western Australia for it’s Global Sporting Excellence Scholarship for International students who seek to pursue a degree program in the school

Why University of Western Australia

The University of Western Australia is a public research university located in Perth in the Australian state of Western Australia. The university’s main campus is in Perth, the state capital, with a secondary campus in Albany and various other facilities elsewhere

 The school provide award valued up to AUD$45,000 for undergraduate studies or AUD$30,000 for postgraduate studies to assist with your tuition fees

To Apply:

Attach a Sport CV, outlining your recent achievements in high-performance sport and referees from your previous coaches or state organisations, as a supporting document when applying for a course at UWA. Academic eligibility based on ATAR/WAM requirements will automatically be assessed as part of your application.

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Deadline: 1st June 2020

Eligible Region:

Africa, South Asia, North Asia, North America, Southern America, Europe

Program Eligibity Criteria : The program Eligibity Criteria is base on course level

For

Postgraduate eligibility

To be eligible to be considered for the scholarship, a candidate must be applying for an eligible postgraduate degree (by coursework or coursework and dissertation). The following exclusions apply:

  • Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Clinical Neuropsychology
  • Graduate Certificate in Fieldwork Practice
  • Juris Doctor
  • Master of Pharmacy
  • Graduate Diploma in Clinical Psychology
  • Graduate Diploma in Clinical Neuropsychology
  • Master of Industrial and Organisational Psychology
  • Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Clinical Psychology
  • Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Industrial and Organisational Psychology
  • Graduate Certificate in Autism Diagnosis
  • Graduate Certificate in the Diagnosis and Assessment of Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)
  • Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology
  • Master of Clinical Audiology
  • Doctor of Podiatric Surgery
  • Doctor of Clinical Dentistry
  • Doctor of Medicine
  • Doctor of Dental Medicine

For

Undergraduate eligibility

To be eligible to be considered for the scholarship, a candidate must be applying for an eligible undergraduate bachelor degree or Direct Pathway course. The following exclusions apply:

  • Juris Doctor
  • Master of Pharmacy
  • Doctor of Medicine
  • Doctor of Dental Medicine
  • Doctor of Podiatric Medicine

For

Sports eligibility

  1. Athletes are required to register and play for the UWA-affiliated sporting club of the student’s chosen field in which the scholarship was awarded and on the proviso that the UWA club competes in the highest available domestic league.
  2. Coaches are required to register and coach within the UWA-affiliated sporting club of the student’s chosen field in which the scholarship was awarded.
  3. Sport officials are required to register and officiate within the WA state sporting league of the student’s chosen field.
  4. Be available, where practicable, to represent/coach/officiate for the University in university national and international events.
  5. Meet tier 3 or above of UWA Student Athlete Program (SADP) classification—
    1. National underage team member. For example: Youth Olympic team member;
    2. WA Institute of Sport (WAIS) (or equivalent institute) squad member/scholarship holder;
    3. National league team player/professional club player squad member, for example: West Coast Fever player;
    4. World University Championships or World University Games team member; or
    5. Be an accredited and qualified coach or sport official to a national program/league/institute level or higher, for example – youth national team coach, state or national institute coach, national league/championship official/coach.

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