The Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship amounting to 10,000 dollars will help bright students from India to pursue degree courses by compensating almost one third of their yearly fees at the University. A total of 50 grants will be accessible to Indian students in 2015. The Macquarie University based out in Sydney has made provisions under the South Asia Scholarships program for a concession under the ‘early acceptance’, valuing up to 6,000 dollars to cover the total tuition fees of a student’s program. 100 such scholarships will be granted from July 2015 to students who accept the university’s offer within the end date.
According to Professor Jim Lee, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, International said that the Macquarie University boasts of having an internationally recognized curriculum, world-class facilities and research accomplishments in the fields of engineering and science. He also added that the students, research faculty and academic in India as well as Australia will receive great benefit from this arrangement.
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