Track to Tasmania Scholarship for African Students at University of Tasmania 2022

The University of Tasmania is delighted to welcome applications from interested and suitably qualified candidates for Track to Tasmania Scholarship for International Students. This scholarship is awarded to African students who wish to study at the University.

The Track to Tasmania Scholarship provides eligible African international students commencing study in 2022 with a 15% reduction in tuition fees for the duration of their course.

Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Tasmania, Australia

Host Institution(s): University of Tasmania, Australia

Scholarship Worth: 15% reduction in tuition fees

Number of Awards: Several

Study Level: Undergraduates & Postgraduates

Nationality: African Students

DETAILS | Track to Tasmania Scholarship for African Students

To receive the scholarship, you must be a citizen of Botswana, Cameroon, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia or Zimbabwe and be commencing full fee-paying study of an eligible course at the University for the first time 

See also  Camargo Foundation Core Fellowship Programme 2023-2024

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for Track to Tasmania Scholarship for International Students, applicants are expected to meet the following conditions:

  • All undergraduate or Honours coursework programs (excluding Bachelor of Nursing Hobart and Launceston; and fully online-only programs); and
  • All postgraduate coursework programs (excluding Master of Laboratory Medicine and fully online programs).

Application Procedures

How-to-Apply: Students are assessed automatically upon submission of their International Student Application so there is no need to apply separately. Offer letters will notify applicants if they have been awarded the scholarship.

Enquiries should be directed to 

Application Deadline: Not Specified

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