UNSW Welcomes Indian Students
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Important Scholarship Information
Create a digital video testimonial (two minutes or less) that tells us how a Future of Change Scholarship from UNSW will help you to achieve your future aspirations. See the steps below for more instructions.
Applicants must submit a Vimeo or YouTube link (URL) to a playable video in their online application.
The video must be a length of two minutes or less.
Submitting a link to download a file will not be accepted.
- Check your eligibility and the selection criteria
- Create your video. This is your licence to get innovative!
- Visit to begin your online application.
- Register and login.
- Complete your online application and be sure to include your video link.
- Submit your application online by 30 May 2018.
- Successful applicants will be notified by phone or in writing.
Other scholarships available
The UNSW Business School India & Sri Lanka Scholarship scheme is open to high performing students from India and Sri Lanka, who are applying to an undergraduate degree program offered by UNSW Business School.
Each Scholarship is valued at $20,000 and will be paid against tuition fees.
Applications for semester 2 2018 (July commencement) are now open and will close on 30 May 2018.
Open to all eligible international students, the UNSW Scientia PhD Scholarship Scheme matches candidates with our best researchers in targeted areas of research strength.
These prestigious scholarships include a stipend of $40,000 per year for 4 years and a support package of up to $10,000 per year awarded to provide support for development activities, international collaboration and other related expenses.
What students say
“UNSW provides an incredible environment to nurture growth and encourage innovation. I knew I wanted to go to UNSW because learning under some of the brightest minds in my field would be invaluable to me."