Scholarship Description: The George Swinburne STEM Graduate Scholarship is open to international students. The scholarship enables master’s degrees in engineering, cybersecurity, data science, construction management, and corporate information technology taught at the University of Technology of Swinburne. The scholarship period is annual. Graduation: The George Swinburne STEM Graduate Scholarship is available for Masters degrees at Swinburne University of Technology. Available subjects: Master of Engineering (all specializations and diplomas together) Master of Engineering Science (all specializations) Master in Information Technology Master in Professional Engineering Master of Science (Biotechnology) Master in Construction and Infrastructure Management Master in Science Data Master in Cybersecurity. Master in Information Technology (Professional Computer Science) Scholarship Benefits: 30% discount on your course fees for the duration of the course. Note: Applicants who have achieved a 90% academic score equivalent to the Australian GPA standard or higher will be considered for our Swinburne International Excellence Graduate Scholarship. Eligible Nationalities: Be a citizen of any country other than Australia or New Zealand. Eligibility Criteria: Permanent residents of Australia are not eligible. Do not hold any other scholarship or reduced fee agreements from Swinburne (other than ELICOS + exclusive).
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