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Sustainable Development Goals - International Undergraduate Scholarship

Sustainable Development Goals -
International Undergraduate Scholarship

Application and selection process

Separate scholarship applications are not necessary. All new applications to the University will be automatically considered for a scholarship.

Short-listing will be carried out by a panel of officers from the University, twice each year. Applicants are requested to provide a statement in support of their application indicating how they believe the scholarship will assist them with their studies and in their future career. Applicants will be ranked based on the selection criteria and the panel's review. Successful applicants will be notified via email by the University.


New international students commencing in 2024.

All international applicants have been automatically considered for the scholarships funded by the university; no separate scholarship application is required.


  • B Humanitarian and Development Studies
  • B Social Science (all specialisations)
  • B Social Work
  • B Science – (majors in Innovative foods, Human Nutrition, Agrifoods, Sustainable Environmental Futures)
  • B Engineering (Civil)
  • B Health Science
  • B Architectural Design
  • Bachelor of Data Science


Fifty percent (50%) of tuition fees per session for full time enrolment for the duration of the degree up to a maximum three years.

The scholarship is a tuition fee waiver and does not cover costs associated living expenses, accommodation, transport, overseas student health cover or other costs associated with study.


Applicants must:

  • submit a complete application for admission at least two months before the session commencement date
  • be an international student and not an Australian citizen, New Zealand citizen or permanent resident of Australia. If your visa status changes to one of these during the study period, the scholarship will discontinue
  • commence a new program of study in 2024
  • have received an offer of admission to Western Sydney University
  • satisfy the academic requirements for the scholarship, i.e., achieved a minimum ATAR of 90 or equivalent in a completed higher secondary study
  • satisfy all other admission requirements and accept their admission offer by the acceptance deadline. 

Applicants are not eligible if they:

  • are a citizen of Australia or New Zealand, or hold permanent residency in Australia
  • are a study abroad or an exchange student coming to the University
  • are currently enrolled at Western Sydney University and apply for a scholarship for their existing program of study
  • are seeking to make an application for advanced standing for their program prior to, or after enrolment
  • do not submit an application to study at Western Sydney University and/or acceptance by the closing date
  • are applying to study a program located at Sydney City campus
  • have been awarded another scholarship by the University or another organisation that covers the cost of the tuition fees (fully or partially) to study at Western Sydney University.

Scholarship Conditions

Three years maximum.

Application period

Separate Scholarships applications are not necessary as eligibility is automatically assessed with your Western applications. Only a limited number of Scholarships are available for each session, and therefore they are open until they are filled up.

Applicants are advised to accept the scholarship as soon as you receive your Offer of Admission letter to avoid disappointment.