The University of Adelaide was founded with a noble goal: to prepare, for South Australia, young leaders shaped by education rather than by birth or wealth. We have a strong commitment to creating an educational experience for all students that is high-quality and distinctive, one that is without borders. The Adelaide Refugee & Humanitarian Undergraduate Scholarships have been established in recognition of the financial hardships that are faced by students from a refugee background and will support these students to fulfil their aspiration of studying at the University of Adelaide.
Applicants may apply for all Bachelor Degree programs with a duration of 03 or 04 years, excluding Medicine/Surgery, Dental Surgery, Oral Health, and Veterinary Bioscience programs as well as Double, Combined and Concurrent Degrees.
Successful applicants will receive the following benefits:
- A 100% tuition fee
- Student Services & Amenities Fee (SSAF) Scholarship paid by the University on behalf of the recipient, for the entire program
- $2,500 once-off payment
To be eligible for undergraduate Scholarships, an applicant must:
- Gain admission to an undergraduate Bachelor’s level program of study commencing in Semester 1, 2020 (i.e. hold a Letter of Offer)
- Meet any academic and English language proficiency conditions outlined in that Letter of Offer)
- Be holders of a Bridging Visa E (BVE) or Temporary Protection Visa (subclass 785) or Safe Haven Enterprise Visa (SHEV)
- Be able to provide evidence of their financial capacity to support themselves through study
Applicants may only apply for this Scholarship once they have received a Letter of Offer from the University of Adelaide, and have met any academic and English language proficiency conditions outlined in that Letter of Offer.
A step-by-step How to Apply (pdf file) (pdf file) guide and Frequently Asked Questions (pdf file) (pdf file) is available. Further information regarding entry requirements for the University of Adelaide can be found on Degree Finder or in the 2020 International Undergraduate Prospectus.