There are a number of financial awards available for student exchange.
Scholarships are usually confirmed when exam results for the session prior to exchange are available.
Find out more information on the UNSW Scholarships website:
Established to encourage low socio-economic status students to participate in the UNSW Exchange Program. Students need to apply through the UNSW Scholarship website to be considered for this Scholarship
Established to encourage high-WAM students to participate in the UNSW Exchange Program.
Established to encourage students to participate in the UNSW Exchange Program at either an APRU, U21, Plus Alliance or Global Tech Partner.
Established to encourage Engineering students to participate in the UNSW Exchange Program.
Find out more information on the UNSW Scholarships website.
The New Colombo Plan - Scholarship Program is a signature initiative of the Australian Government that aims to lift knowledge of the Indo-Pacific in Australia and strengthen our people-to-people and institutional relationships, through study and work placement undertaken by Australian undergraduate students in the region. Applications open in March for Exchange in the following year.
The Gail Kelly Global Leaders Scholarship provide an opportunity for Australian and South African Business students to further develop their potential and strengthen their leadership skills through participation in the international exchange program.
The Westpac Asian Exchange Scholarship is open to Australian undergraduate students who are undertaking up to one year of exchange at a partner university in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong or Singapore.
The DAAD is Germany’s largest scholarship awarding organisation and runs several programs to support academic exchange between Germany and other countries.
OS-HELP provides Commonwealth Government financial assistance to eligible students, to help pay a range of overseas study expenses.
If you receive Youth Allowance, you can usually arrange to have your payments continue while overseas.