2020 Curtin International Scholarships

The 2020 Curtin International Scholarships continue Curtin’s proud tradition of supporting students around the world to realise their potential.

The scholarships are open to:

  • future students seeking to study a Curtin bachelor or master by coursework degree and
  • current Curtin students intending to move to a new course of study after completing their current course (bachelor to master, for example)

Scholarship recipients will receive financial assistance amounting to up to 25 percent of first-year tuition fees.

Additionally, students who need to improve their English proficiency before beginning their studies at Curtin may be eligible for our subsidised English Language program.

CategoryInternational student criteria
Meng Fei Innovative Future leader scholarshipHigh achieving students of any nationality except Australian.
Destination Australia ScholarshipThis scholarship is available to high achieving mining and metallurgy postgraduate students who will be completing their full degree at the Curtin Kalgoorlie campus. Eligible courses are Master of Engineering Science (Mining) and Master of Engineering Science (Metallurgy)
Alumni and Family Scholarship
[Semester 2, 2020]
Any nationality except Australian. For students who can demonstrate close personal ties to Curtin University. For example, students must present evidence that they, their sibling, half-sibling, parent or child are members of Curtin Alumni or are currently enrolled students.
Merit Scholarship
[Semester 2, 2020]
High achieving students of any nationality except Australian.
Australian Year 12 Scholarship
[Semester 2, 2020]
International students of any nationality except Australian, who successfully complete an Australian high school qualification either in Australia or overseas.
CRL Merit Scholarship
[Semester 2, 2020]
High achieving students applying for CRL of any nationality except Australian.

Applicants from all categories are able to choose from a wide range of courses across the University’s study areas of business, humanities, health sciences, and science and engineering.