Scholarship Description: In 2021 the Australian National University (ANU) will award up to 200 awards known as the ANU Chancellor International Scholarship. The ANU strives to attract a wide range of top-class international students for the bachelor’s and post-graduate courses offered by the university. The scholarship is only available to applicants who begin their studies in the first semester of 2021. Graduation Level: The ANU Chancellor’s International Scholarship is available for Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at the Australian National University. Available Subjects: The following subjects are available as part of this scholarship program. All Subjects Scholarship Benefits: These awards are divided into 6 categories. International Bachelor Applicants: 25 Scholarships, up to $ 25,000 each International Postgraduate Applicants: 75 Scholarships, up to $ 15,000 each International Applicants from the South Asia region: 50 Scholarships, up to $ 25,000 each International Applicants from Southeast Asia region: 30 scholarships, up to US $ 25,000 each International applicants from the Middle East and Africa region: 10 scholarships, up to US $ 25,000 each International applicants who have earned the International Baccalaureate (IB): 10 scholarships, Up to a maximum of US $ 20,000 each Eligible nationalities: International students from Southeast Asia, South Asia, the Middle East and Africa as well as international students who have acquired the International Baccalaureate (IB).
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