Paul Compton International Scholarship is open for application. The University of Queensland in Australia is presently granting the Paul Compton International Scholarship award to deserving candidates who are fervent about taking degree programs at the university.
Paul Compton International Scholarship
The scholarship award was created in 2020 by Paul Compton under the Create Change Scholarship Match Initiative and is sustained by income made from the endowment fund. The aim of the Scholarship award is to encourage and support postgraduate coursework candidates of the School of Business experiencing financial need by making a contribution towards the expense of tuition fees.
Eligible Countries: International
Type: Postgraduate degree
Value of Award: At least $6,500 but will not exceed annual income from endowment, payable towards tuition fees only
Number of Awards: One award is available
Eligibility for Paul Compton International Scholarships at University of Queensland
- Candidates should intend to enrol or be enrolled in an approved postgraduate degree program in the School of Business full-time.
- Applicants are required to provide documentary proof of financial need and have a minimum of 16 units to complete in their approved program.
- Candidates are required to display their English language skills by attaining at least a 6.5 overall and at least 6.0 in each sub-band of the IELTS or acceptable scores in equivalent tests.
How to Apply
The Scholarship award will be granted on the basis of the following conditions –
(a) evidence of financial need; and
(b) personal qualities, including leadership potential.
Paul Compton may view a short list of candidates and provide feedback to the selection committee. However, the ultimate decision to grant the Scholarship award rests with the Dean and the selection committee.
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