There are a number of international student scholarships provided by Curtin University and the Australian Government, which enable students from all backgrounds to realise their potential.
Australian Government scholarships
Scholarships provided by the Australian Government provide opportunities for international students to study undergraduate or postgraduate full time at Australian institutions. These scholarships also contribute to the productivity of Australia and the development of people-to-people links between Australia, our regional neighbours and the broader international community.
Australia Awards Scholarships provide higher education opportunities for people from select developing countries to study in Australia to build the skills and knowledge to promote development in their home country.
Agricultural researcher, scientist or leader in a developing country? The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research offers John Allwright Fellowship and the John Dillon Memorial Fellowship.
The aim of the Destination Australia Program is to attract and support international and domestic students to study in regional Australia, and offer students a high quality learning experience. Students will only be able to apply for a scholarship directly with Curtin University (or other approved tertiary education provider).
Curtin International Scholarships
Curtin University strives to support the opportunity for high achieving students around the world to pursue their ambition and gain a tertiary education. Browse the list of Curtin International Scholarships to see if you are eligible for one.
Other Curtin scholarships
For a full list of scholarships offered by Curtin University and other scholarship opportunities for international students, visit the Scholarships website.
“I chose to study at Curtin because of the educational success Curtin has achieved over the years in public health education. Having a degree from Curtin will place me at a better position in the health sector and in the job market. I am currently involved in mental health, and my career plan is to be able to help people who are mentally challenged in Ghana to live a better life in their communities.”