UAC International Scholarship
All high school graduates who apply for a Macquarie University bachelor’s degree through the Universities Admissions Center are eligible for the Macquarie University UAC International Scholarship (UAC). The scholarship is a one-time $10,000 AUD grant that is deducted from your tuition.
Level and Study Subject
Undergraduate studies are the only ones allowed to apply for the UAC International Scholarship. The UAC International Scholarship offers recent high school graduates the chance to reduce their tuition costs while still having a nice experience at Macquarie University.
Macquarie University is pleased to host and present the UAC International Scholarship. One of the best universities in Australia is Macquarie University.
UAC International Scholarship Eligibility
You must be a full-time international student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree on campus (or online and/or offshore if constrained by COVID-19 border constraints) and satisfy the following criteria to be eligible for this scholarship:
- Be a resident of one of the following nations: China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, or any nation in the North American, Middle Eastern, or Oceania areas.
- Start your academic career during the semester and year listed in the scholarship offer letter.
- Satisfy the requirements for enrollment in the school
- Observe the guidelines outlined in the scholarship.
Application Criteria for the UAC International Scholarship
The following records are necessary to apply for the scholarship:
- IELTS or SAT
- Worldwide Passport
The UAC International Scholarship deadline has passed.
The UAC International Scholarship has no deadline. The scholarship application process is always accessible to interested students. Please feel free to submit an application right now.
Successful candidates will receive AUD $10,000 as part of the scholarship. The scholarship ward is a one-time contribution, it should be added. It is not an award that can be renewed.
The scholarship committee will get in touch with you following the submission of your UAC International Scholarship application to inform you of its status. You should reapply if you don’t hear back.
How to Apply for the UAC Scholarship Abroad
Macquarie University will automatically evaluate candidates for this scholarship when they apply for admission. The offers made to chosen candidates by Macquarie University will be included in their offers. Before submitting an application for this award, please make sure that:
- You’ve been accepted to the undergraduate or graduate program you want to attend.
- You are qualified to enroll in the course for which you have applied.
In the Macquarie Park neighborhood of Sydney, there is a public research institution called Macquarie University. It was founded by the New South Wales government in 1964 to serve as the third university in the greater Sydney area. Five faculties, the Macquarie University Hospital, and the Macquarie Graduate School of Management are all located on the university’s main campus, which is in a suburban area of Sydney. Macquarie University has a reputation for being a thriving institution.
The university is the first in Australia to align its whole degree program with the Bologna Agreement. The main campus of Macquarie University is situated on 126 hectares of undulating lawns and undeveloped bushland approximately 16 kilometers (9.9 miles) northwest of the Sydney CBD. A key factor in Macquarie University’s evolution as a somewhat research-intensive university has been its location in Sydney’s northwest high-technology corridor, near to Macquarie Park and its neighboring industries.
When the campus was constructed, the majority of the land was used for farming, including peach orchards, market gardens, and chicken farms. The original architect and planner of Macquarie University was Walter Abraham, one of the initial six administrators appointed to the position.
When the land changed from its previous agricultural use to a busy academic environment, he established carefully thought-out planting projects across the campus. Abraham designed a grid design with lots that were 300 square feet (28 m2) in size and ran north to south in order to create a modest academic centre. The grid layout reflected the desire to have a maximum walk time of 10 minutes between any two university locations, with a distance of 300 feet (91 m) being regarded as one minute’s walk.
The main east-west path that links the Macquarie University Research Park to the arts faculty buildings is known as Wally’s Walk. In recognition of Walter Abraham’s contributions to the expansion of the institution, it was given this name.