The United States Studies Centre and the Perth USAsia Centre will offer some partial scholarships to support outstanding students participating in the DC Placement Program. The Centres will determine the number and total value of the scholarships. Students wishing to be considered for a partial scholarship are required to complete the scholarship question on the application form and if relevant, attach supporting documents. Scholarship recipients will be selected based on financial need, merit, leadership capabilities and extracurricular achievement.
Some of these scholarships are supported by the USA Foundation, which was established by USSC Board Director David Anstice. Since 2012, twelve students have received USA Foundation scholarships worth a combined value of $40,000.
Eligible students will be able to apply for an OS-HELP Loan. OS-HELP can be used for a range of expenses such as airfares, accommodation, and other travel or study expenses. Students can apply for a maximum loan of up to $6,791. A representative from the OS-Help office will host a session to provide further information to selected students. For more information about the loan scheme and to see if you’re eligible, please visit the Sydney Uni OS-Help website or UWA OS-Help website.
Vice-Chancellors Global Mobility Scholarships
The USSC has been awarded 10x AUD $1,500 scholarships for this program by USYD. These scholarships can be combined with OS-HELP.
As part of the Dalyell Scholars program, students can apply for a study abroad/exchange travel scholarships worth AUD $2,000. For more information and how to apply, please visit the website. This scholarship can also be combined with OS-HELP.
Please note: No full scholarships will be provided. Students should ensure that they have the financial means to support themselves for the entire the duration of the program. When offer letters are sent out on 11 September, all scholarship offerings will be included in those letters.