Griffith University Scholarships 2019

Griffith University Scholarships

Griffith University is a public university located in Australia. It was founded in 1971 with only 451 students but currently has over 50,000 students in five campuses. This university was named after Sir Samuel Griffith who was instrumental in the Australia’s history. He wrote the Australian Constitution, became the first Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia, and became the Premier of Queensland twice in his lifetime. 

Although it is a relatively young university, it has set a high academic standard. The Times Higher Education ranks Griffith University to be 35th in the Young University ranking and to be the top 3% of all universities in the world. Also, it has been constantly in the top 50 under 50 in the QS World rankings. 

Griffith University has 46,000 students including 8,000 international students and employs 4,487 staff across 5 campuses. It offers over 200 degrees in undergraduate and graduate programs in many fields of study.  

 

Griffith University Scholarships (Undergraduate) 

Unfortunately, there are no full-tuition or fully-funded scholarships available for undergraduate international students in Griffith University. However, partial scholarships are available for international students. To access these scholarships, visit Scholarship Search Tool. 

 

Griffith University Scholarships (Graduate) 

Griffith University Postgraduate Research Scholarships (GUPRS) 

  • Scholarship Amount- Living expenses of $26,682 per year 
  • Eligibility- Prospective master’s or doctoral students who do not receive income from another source for living stipend greater than 75% of the GUPRS stipend 
  • Application Deadline- Applications are open from July 3 to October 3. 
  • Application Procedure- Students must apply online to the programs of their choice. In the online application, there will be a GUPRS scholarship section. For more details about these scholarships, visit GUPRS Page. 

 

Griffith University International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (GUIPRS) 

  • Scholarship Amount- Tuition, health insurance 
  • Eligibility- Prospective international master’s or doctoral students who do not receive tuition scholarships from any external source. 
  • Application Deadline- Applications are open from July 3 to October 3. 
  • Application Procedure- Students must apply online to the programs of their choice. In the online application, there will be a GUIPRS scholarship section. For more details about these scholarships, visit GUIPRS Page. 

 

Australian Government Research Training Program International Fee Offset Scholarship (RTS) 

  • Scholarship Amount- Tuition, health insurance 
  • Eligibility- Prospective international master’s or doctoral students who do not receive tuition scholarships from any external source. 
  • Application Deadline- Applications are open from July 3 to October 3. 
  • Application Procedure- Students must apply online to the programs of their choice. In the online application, there will be RTP scholarship section. For more details about these scholarships, visit RTP Page. 

 

How to Apply 

You would need to fill out an online application for Griffith University. To help the admission process to be smooth, the official scholarship website states the application procedure very clearly. Please visit the Griffith University International Admission for more information. 

 

More Scholarships in Australia

There are many scholarships available for international students in Australia. Visit Australia Category for more information.

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2 Responses

  1. Yaya Ouattara says:

    I really interested in Griffith University scholarship program.since long time, I looking for an opportunity like,but I fear is that I Malian and I a graduate in language and literature sciences .it’s not for getting a scholarship,but to study in country where in English native language. The fluency and competence I dream push me to apply for this program.

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