News DEAKIN UNIVERSITY HAS ANNOUNCED SCHOLARSHIPS WORTH 1.8 CRORE FOR INDIAN STUDENTS

Deakin University has announced scholarships worth 1.8 crore for Indian Students

20 April, 2016

Deakin University has announced scholarships worth 1.8 crore for Indian Students
Deakin University which is located in Australia has declared scholarships for meritorious students from India and these scholarships are going to be 100% tuition fee waiver. These scholarships are offered under Vice Chancellor Meritorious Scholarship for India.

This Vice Chancellor Meritourious Scholarship is part of scheme of Deakin with an aim for supporting the deserving students with history of excellent academic record and holistic needs for pursuing education on shore at the University of Deakin, with a view of providing back the experience and skills to India that will make an affect to its developing society.

The initial edition of this scholarship last year got more than 500 applications and two students from India were selected. This year the university is providing scholarships which are 100% tuition fee waiver for meritorious students from India.  The entire value of this scholarship is worth 1.8 Crores.

Informing about the scholarships,  Executive Director, South Asia, Deakin University, Ranveet Pawha,  we are excited to declare this scholarship for students from India  There are many students from India who are smart and who deserve a chance for proving themselves and hoped that this scholarship would provide them correct window.

The requirement to apply for this scholarships is based on extracurricular and academic activities while pursing education. Candidates require to show the increasing level of academics in twelfth  and degree.

Selection process for this scholarship is tough, it is a process of three stages that consists of review of application, interviews and activities of final selection on campus.  There is transparency in the process of selection.

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