Scholarships funded by home country
Please find below information on each country and available scholarships or funds: or contact Ms Cecilia Sacoto-Patel firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about program details.
Scholarships for research programs and English teaching.
Scholarships and student loans for masters programs in any area.
Curtin will provide a partial scholarship of 25% of the total of the degree to all students with loans from COLFUTURO.
To apply to COLFUTURO, students need the offer from the university first
Scholarships for research programs in any area.
Universities Australia signed an agreement with Colciencias for all universities. However Colciencias will only work with the universities placed in the top 300 QS.
One full scholarship for PhD and one full scholarship for Master by Research.
10% scholarship of the total of the program for students who have received an ICETEX loan for a UG or PG program. More information please contact Mr Carlos Botero, the in-country representative for Curtin in Colombia.
Curtin has an agreement with ICETEX for the provision of this full and partial scholarships. Fields and call has not been established yet.
These scholarships are for postgraduate programs in a range of disciplines.
Curtin is a member of the Australian Technology Network (ATN). The ATN is a consortium comprised of five major Australian universities that focus on research and innovation, and with genuine linkages to industry throughout teaching and research.
LPDP and Curtin Agreement of Co-operation:
Curtin University recently signed an Agreement of Co-operation with LPDP. The cooperation will enable more LPDP scholarship awardees to undertake postgraduate studies, especially doctoral degrees, in universities affiliated to the ATN.
There are two options available to apply to Curtin under the LPDP scholarship:
OPTION ONE – benefits under the LPDP & ATN Agreement of Co-operation at Curtin:
The below listed benefits are only for those LPDP students who do NOT use the services of an Education Agent for either (i) assistance with the Curtin application OR (ii) assistance with the Curtin acceptance:
- Free Pre-sessional Language training support in Indonesia to the total value of AUD$3,500 (conditions apply) *
*for more information on the English language support in Indonesia – go to the below section headed “PRE-SESSIONAL LANGUAGE TRAINING in Indonesia”.
To apply to Curtin under Option One, please send an email stating that “I intend to apply directly to Curtin University without the use of an Education Agent” to email@example.com
OPTION TWO – use an Education Agent to assist with your Curtin application:
For those LPDP students who would like to use the services of an Education Agent to assist with your Curtin application, you will need to approach one of Curtin’s Education Agents to commence the process. You can find a registered Curtin Education Agent at: http://international.curtin.edu.au/apply/agents/
However, please note: you will not be eligible for Pre-sessional Language training support if you use a Curtin Education Agent to assist with your application or acceptance of offer.
BENEFITS AVAILABLE TO ALL LPDP STUDENTS WHO CHOOSE TO STUDY AT CURTIN:
- Free access to the Curtin Leaders Program
- Free access to the NEXT STEP mentoring program – transition into graduate employment
- Free customised leadership development training program during your studies at Curtin
- Internship opportunities
- Free online ATN (eGSA) modules, consumable funding and fieldwork/conference travel funding for those undertaking PhD or Master of Philosophy (full research)
PRE-SESSIONAL LANGUAGE TRAINING in Indonesia:
Curtin will cover the tuition fee cost of English language training provided the following conditions are met:
- Meet the English language requirement for the LPDP scholarship
- Receive an Offer Letter from Curtin with English conditions (which means you have not met the English entry requirement for the Curtin course)
- English training must take place at one of the recommended institutions listed below
- At the conclusion of the language training you must meet the Curtin English entry requirement
- You do not use the services of an Education Agent for either (i) assistance with the Curtin application OR (ii) assistance with the Curtin acceptance
- You must pay the language training fee upfront
- You will be reimbursed upon enrolment in the Curtin course (the reimbursement process is listed further below).
Curtin will then bear the cost of providing pre-sessional language training up to a maximum of 500 hours, and the cost of one IELTS test. Total funding provided will not exceed $3500 per student.
List of Recommended English Training Institutions in Indonesia:
1. IALF Jakarta, (also in Surabaya and and Bali)
Plaza Kuningan, Menara Selatan, 3rd floor
Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav C 11-14
Tel. (021) 521-3350
Fax (021) 521-3349
- AIM for English
PT. Aim for English
Jl. Padang 5C, Manggarai
Jakarta Selatan 12580, Indonesia
Phone: (021) 83785238
- World Trade Center 1
10TH Floor Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav.29-31 Jakarta 12920 Indonesia
- 021 521 1588
0817 933 8722 (EDUPAC)
- English First (EF) Multiple locations such as
|EF English First Jakarta Kalimalang;|
|JL. Raya Kalimalang Blok N No. 12 B – East Jakarta 13440, 13440, Indonesia
Phone:+62 21 8608888
- UMN Language Centre
Universitas Multimedia Nusantara
Jl.Scientia Boulevard, Gading Serpong, Tangerang, Banten-15811 Indonesia
(T)+62-21.5422.0808; (F)+62-21.5422.0800; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
HOW TO SEEK REIMBURSEMENT for pre-sessional language training once enrolled at Curtin:
If you have met all the above listed conditions, once you are enrolled at Curtin, you must bring your receipts for reimbursement to the International Sponsored Student Unit (ISSU) located at Building 102 at the Bentley Campus, email contact: email@example.com
For other Curtin University information:
List of all courses under Faculty Area: http://handbook.curtin.edu.au/faculty.html
List of all Higher Degree by Research programs: http://handbook.curtin.edu.au/research.html
RESEARCH STUDENTS: for information on how to find a potential supervisor – go to: http://research.curtin.edu.au/postgraduate-research/future-research-students/
Curtin University has an agreement with Conacyt that provides scholarships for masters and research programs in the areas of oil and gass, logistics, finance, communications, engineering, architecture, economics and international relations.
The agreement also provides funding for short fellowship visits to foster joint research between Curtin and Mexican universities.
Curtin University has an agreement with Banco de México-FIDERH that provides a 15% scholarship for students enrolling in Master programs.
Applications are now open for the 3rd call.
Student loans for master programs.
Student loans for study abroad, undergraduate and postgraduate programs in any area.
Please note that Curtin University has no formal agreement with Lanekassen.
SENACYT – Secretaria Nacional de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación
Scholarships for Logistics, Agriculture, Sustainability and Education
Information about the calls is available at http://www.senacyt.gob.pa/convocatorias/abierta/index.html
IFARHU- Becas y Credito Educativo
English, Study Abroad, Graduate Certificates and Graduate Diplomas
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs
Scholarships for postgraduate programs in areas of science, engineering, health sciences, natural resources and other priority areas for the Paraguayan government.
Please note that Curtin University has no formal agreement with Conacyt.
Full scholarships for master programs in the areas of engineering, construction, architecture, sustainability, resources, energy, project management and sciences.
Student loans for public sector employees in any area.
Please note that Curtin University has no formal agreement with Servir. Servir work with universities ranked under 300 by QS.
Scholarships for postgraduate programs in any area.
Please note that Curtin University has no formal agreement with CAIXA.