Fully Funded Masters and Doctoral Research Scholarship in South Australia 2018

Applications are currently ongoing for a Fully Funded Master degree and Doctoral Research Scholarship in South Australia. ASI is a program which provide fully-funded scholarship to potential applicants. International Students are invited to apply for the scholarships

Location: University of Adelaide, South Australia

Nationality: Internationally

Period of study:

  • Master degree: Two years
  • Doctoral Research degree: Three years

Type of scholarship: Fully funded

 

Eligible:

  • Have a very successful bachelor degree.
  • Scholarship will look into academic record and research potential
  • International student must not hold a research qualification from University of Adelaide
  • Applicants must not be a permanent resident or citizen of Australia and New Zealand
  • BE able to attend full-time degree in the University

How to apply: go to this link in order to apply:

http://www.adelaide.edu.au/graduatecentre/admission/

Official Website: Click here to go to official website

Deadline:

Round 1 2018
Last Day to Apply
: 31 August 2017

 

Round 2 2018

Last Day to Apply: 31 January 2018

 

Round 3 2018

Last Day to Apply: 30 April 2018

2018 Federation University Tuition Fee Scholarships for International Students in Australia

For February 2018 intake, Federation University Australia is funding Tuition Fee Scholarships. The scholarships are open to international students commencing eligible Business and Information Technology programs.

Federation University Australia is a dual-sector university with multiple campuses in Victoria, Australia. The university is based in Ballarat, but there are also campuses in Ararat, Horsham, Stawell, Churchill and online offering technical and further education (TAFE) and Horsham’s Higher Education Nursing program.

Students must meet English language entry requirements – IELTS overall 6.0, no band less than 6, or equivalent.

Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing bachelor and master programme.

Study Subject: Scholarships are awarded in the field of Business, Commerce, Information Technology, Business Administration, Professional Accounting and Technology.

Scholarship Award: The scholarship is equivalent to 20% of your total program tuition fees, payable per semester based on your enrolment.

Scholarship can be taken in Australia

Nationality: International students are eligible to apply.

Eligibility: To be eligible for the scholarship, you must be:

  • A prospective international student;
  • Enrolling as a commencing student in semester 1, 2018;
  • Eligible to study in Australia with a student visa;
  • Not have accepted, or be in receipt of, any other Federation University scholarship or bursary, or any other reduced fee arrangements;
  • Meet the University’s academic admission requirements relevant for the chosen program of study;
  • Receiving less than 8 courses or 120 credit points of credit transfer;
  • Enrolling in an eligible program

College Admission Requirement

Entrance Requirement: Applicants must have previous degree.

Test Requirement: No

English Language Requirement: Students must meet English language entry requirements – IELTS overall 6.0, no band less than 6, or equivalent.

How to Apply: Students will be automatically assessed for scholarships when applying for an eligible on-campus program at Federation University Australia. There is no need for a separate application. Students must commence their eligible program in semester 1, 2018.

Application Deadline: International onshore and offshore applications for Semester 1, 2018: now open.

Scholarship Link

Cultural Entrepreneurship Program 2018 in Melbourne, Australia

Cultural Infusion delivers interactive programs that build acceptance and intercultural understanding among communities and youth for a more harmonious world. Students will meet senior professionals, industry leaders, academic leaders, NGO leaders and leading practitioners who are working in this sector and based in Melbourne, Australia.

  • The Cultural Entrepreneurship Program has several objectives that are found at the individual and organizational level. These objectives are:
  1. To recognize the cultural challenges we face today are generally cultural rather than social. We meet these challenges with a genuine desire to deepen our understanding of other cultures.
  2. To promote cultural understanding between participants, which is the base of cultural entrepreneurship.
  3. To equip students with the ability to make a difference in any context. Also to encourage one another irrespective of their cultural background.
  4. To develop the mindset of an entrepreneur.

This creative new program will provide students with the tools to turn abstracts into executable plans.

  • The course will cover the following topics:
    • social entrepreneurship and cultural entrepreneurship, and the difference between the two concepts
    • culture beyond the creative industries
    • today’s new cultural challenges faced by companies and entrepreneurs
    • how cultural change affects an organization’s culture
    • being an innovative cultural entrepreneur
    • what culture is
    • the Cultural Infusion model of cultural entrepreneurship
    • entrepreneurship and innovation for a sustainable future
    • the power of digital marketing
    • an introduction of museum contexts
    • cultural entrepreneurship in action – spiritual tourism
    • how intangible cultural heritage can be presented and developed for cultural tourism and sustainability
    • approaches to the development of new audiences markets and profile through culture
    • measuring the value of cultural development initiatives
    • the keys to becoming a diplomatic cultural entrepreneur
    • the importance of cultural values and customs across political and cultural borders
    • Peace and development in World: an analysis International policy issues in cultural entrepreneurship
    • Mayibuye: creating change through dance
    • Intercultural competency
    • Achieving social and financial outcomes through sports: lessons of the Australian Football League

 

 Benefits

A unique approach

The cultural sector is going through a turbulent period. The students acquire the skills to identify and exploit the opportunities of this situation. Economics helps us to do so in several ways:

  • The arts are increasingly addressed in terms of financial and economic considerations. Our students will train to argue convincingly in this framework and to challenge preconceived ideas.
  • The cultural sector reveals fundamental challenges in mainstream economics, and we address alternative approaches.
  • Careful application of economic theory and empirical research are powerful tools for making reasonable predictions about further developments in the context of digitization and changes in public policy.

The programme should not be confused with a conventional course on cultural management. A greater emphasis has put on cutting-edge theory and original empirical research, which is an important aspect of market research, strategic management, and many entrepreneurial projects.

Cultural Concept

The first topic covered will be the cultural concept which aims to foster a new school of thought in cultural relatability. The goal will be to highlight cultural differences with the view to enhancing understanding between the various groups, going beyond the mediums of art, music and dance and others to achieve this.

Cultural Infusion believes that culture drives sustainability and quality education. Among other benefits it can also reduce poverty. Culture is key to social cohesion and inclusion for all.

Social entrepreneurship

Social entrepreneurship combines innovation, resources and the opportunity to tackle social and environmental challenges to benefit society in general. The objective is to create sustainable system changes. Social entrepreneurship aims to solve problems by disrupting existing systems.

It is important to understand social entrepreneurship before discussing cultural entrepreneurship as those two ideas have a different effect on a company. Being an entrepreneur is not about ideas, it is all about creation and development. Business creation and development will also feature as part of this section.

Cultural entrepreneurship

Cultural entrepreneurship leads to global change, creates economic value and encourages cultural preservation. It enriches local communities and communities around the world. Cultural entrepreneurship seeks to build understanding between cultures whilst helping dispel wrong assumptions.

By the end of the course, students will have a thorough understanding of cultural entrepreneurship. This will involve an understanding of cultural values, behaviours and ethics, and explain their significance for companies. This will conclude with an explanation of why cultural change precedes social change. Cultural entrepreneurship is the model we are currently moving into.

 

Skills

You can expect to develop an independence and integrity in developing creative ideas. You will be able to apply entrepreneurial approaches to creative projects and demonstrate an understanding of different business models to establish a creative enterprise. You will also develop team-working and leadership skills, and effective business and communication skills.

Careers

The programme will enable those who have previously studied an area of creative study/practice, such as music, media, theatre and performance, design, or computer games, to start a career developing a business arising from an existing or new creative practice.

This may relate directly to a ‘product’ or ‘process’ arising from you own practice or to a form of ‘expertise’, ‘consultancy’ or ‘knowledge’. The programme will also equip those who wish to work within organisations that develop the infrastructure and environment for new creative businesses with the capacity to flourish in a variety of contexts.

 

 Eligibilities

  • There are no prerequisites or co-requisites for this program.

Eligible Regions: Open for All

 APPLICATION PROCESS

Instructional Objectives/Course Assessment

  • A student who successfully completes this course must demonstrate that he or she is able to:
    • Create and pitch their own cultural enterprise
    • Deal with cultural issues in the formation of their cultural enterprise
    • Convince their peers about the need and relevance of their prospective company
  • It would be preferable if students brought their own laptops or tablet devices to take notes. Wi-Fi access will be provided.
  • Reading material will be provided ahead of time.

Application Deadline: November 30, 2017

Cultural Entrepreneurship Program 2018 in Melbourne, Australia

Cultural Infusion delivers interactive programs that build acceptance and intercultural understanding among communities and youth for a more harmonious world. Students will meet senior professionals, industry leaders, academic leaders, NGO leaders and leading practitioners who are working in this sector and based in Melbourne, Australia.

  • The Cultural Entrepreneurship Program has several objectives that are found at the individual and organizational level. These objectives are:
  1. To recognize the cultural challenges we face today are generally cultural rather than social. We meet these challenges with a genuine desire to deepen our understanding of other cultures.
  2. To promote cultural understanding between participants, which is the base of cultural entrepreneurship.
  3. To equip students with the ability to make a difference in any context. Also to encourage one another irrespective of their cultural background.
  4. To develop the mindset of an entrepreneur.

This creative new program will provide students with the tools to turn abstracts into executable plans.

  • The course will cover the following topics:
    • social entrepreneurship and cultural entrepreneurship, and the difference between the two concepts
    • culture beyond the creative industries
    • today’s new cultural challenges faced by companies and entrepreneurs
    • how cultural change affects an organization’s culture
    • being an innovative cultural entrepreneur
    • what culture is
    • the Cultural Infusion model of cultural entrepreneurship
    • entrepreneurship and innovation for a sustainable future
    • the power of digital marketing
    • an introduction of museum contexts
    • cultural entrepreneurship in action – spiritual tourism
    • how intangible cultural heritage can be presented and developed for cultural tourism and sustainability
    • approaches to the development of new audiences markets and profile through culture
    • measuring the value of cultural development initiatives
    • the keys to becoming a diplomatic cultural entrepreneur
    • the importance of cultural values and customs across political and cultural borders
    • Peace and development in World: an analysis International policy issues in cultural entrepreneurship
    • Mayibuye: creating change through dance
    • Intercultural competency
    • Achieving social and financial outcomes through sports: lessons of the Australian Football League

 

 Benefits

A unique approach

The cultural sector is going through a turbulent period. The students acquire the skills to identify and exploit the opportunities of this situation. Economics helps us to do so in several ways:

  • The arts are increasingly addressed in terms of financial and economic considerations. Our students will train to argue convincingly in this framework and to challenge preconceived ideas.
  • The cultural sector reveals fundamental challenges in mainstream economics, and we address alternative approaches.
  • Careful application of economic theory and empirical research are powerful tools for making reasonable predictions about further developments in the context of digitization and changes in public policy.

The programme should not be confused with a conventional course on cultural management. A greater emphasis has put on cutting-edge theory and original empirical research, which is an important aspect of market research, strategic management, and many entrepreneurial projects.

Cultural Concept

The first topic covered will be the cultural concept which aims to foster a new school of thought in cultural relatability. The goal will be to highlight cultural differences with the view to enhancing understanding between the various groups, going beyond the mediums of art, music and dance and others to achieve this.

Cultural Infusion believes that culture drives sustainability and quality education. Among other benefits it can also reduce poverty. Culture is key to social cohesion and inclusion for all.

Social entrepreneurship

Social entrepreneurship combines innovation, resources and the opportunity to tackle social and environmental challenges to benefit society in general. The objective is to create sustainable system changes. Social entrepreneurship aims to solve problems by disrupting existing systems.

It is important to understand social entrepreneurship before discussing cultural entrepreneurship as those two ideas have a different effect on a company. Being an entrepreneur is not about ideas, it is all about creation and development. Business creation and development will also feature as part of this section.

Cultural entrepreneurship

Cultural entrepreneurship leads to global change, creates economic value and encourages cultural preservation. It enriches local communities and communities around the world. Cultural entrepreneurship seeks to build understanding between cultures whilst helping dispel wrong assumptions.

By the end of the course, students will have a thorough understanding of cultural entrepreneurship. This will involve an understanding of cultural values, behaviours and ethics, and explain their significance for companies. This will conclude with an explanation of why cultural change precedes social change. Cultural entrepreneurship is the model we are currently moving into.

Skills

You can expect to develop an independence and integrity in developing creative ideas. You will be able to apply entrepreneurial approaches to creative projects and demonstrate an understanding of different business models to establish a creative enterprise. You will also develop team-working and leadership skills, and effective business and communication skills.

Careers

The programme will enable those who have previously studied an area of creative study/practice, such as music, media, theatre and performance, design, or computer games, to start a career developing a business arising from an existing or new creative practice.

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This may relate directly to a ‘product’ or ‘process’ arising from you own practice or to a form of ‘expertise’, ‘consultancy’ or ‘knowledge’. The programme will also equip those who wish to work within organisations that develop the infrastructure and environment for new creative businesses with the capacity to flourish in a variety of contexts.

 

 Eligibilities

  • There are no prerequisites or co-requisites for this program.

Eligible Regions: Open for All

 APPLICATION PROCESS

Instructional Objectives/Course Assessment

  • A student who successfully completes this course must demonstrate that he or she is able to:
    • Create and pitch their own cultural enterprise
    • Deal with cultural issues in the formation of their cultural enterprise
    • Convince their peers about the need and relevance of their prospective company
  • It would be preferable if students brought their own laptops or tablet devices to take notes. Wi-Fi access will be provided.
  • Reading material will be provided ahead of time.

Application Deadline: November 30, 2017

South West Campus International Scholarship at ECU in Australia, 2018

The Edith Cowan University is now accepting applications for the award of scholarships covering 10 % of the tuition fees. The scholarship is open for an international student who intends to study on campus at ECU’s South West Campus, in a course available at that study location.

The Edith Cowan University is an Australian public university located in Perth, Western Australia. It was named after the first woman to be elected to an Australian Parliament, Edith Cowan, and is the only Australian university named after a woman.

Course Level: Scholarships are available to study an undergraduate degree or postgraduate coursework degree.

Study Subject: Scholarships are awarded to study the subjects offered by the university.

Scholarship Award: Scholarship provides a 10% reduction in tuition fees for the duration of their course at ECU.

Scholarship can be taken in Australia

Eligibility: To be eligible for this scholarship you must:

  • Be an international student who intends to study on campus at ECU’s South West Campus, in a course available At that study location (see what you can study at our South West Campus);
  • Be commencing study at ECU in the next intake;
  • Meet ECU’s English and academic direct entry requirements for the course of your choice;
  • Not be in receipt of another scholarship or sponsorship;
  • Not have a pending course application with ECU;
  • Not currently be enrolled in another ECU course;
  • Be an International student and not an Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent Resident, or New Zealand Citizen; and
  • Intend to study an undergraduate degree or postgraduate coursework degree.

Nationality: International student can apply for this scholarship.

College Admission Requirement

Entrance Requirement: Applicants must have previous degree.

Test Requirement: No

English Language Requirement: Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.

How to Apply:

  • If you believe you are eligible, submit the Scholarship Pre-Approval form and accompanying evidence to demonstrate you meet the scholarship eligibility criteria.
  • ECU will contact you to pre-approve or decline your scholarship eligibility. This will be within one week after you’ve completed the Scholarship Pre-approval form.
  • If successful, you will be provided with specific instructions on how to apply for your course and redeem your scholarship.
  • If you are made an offer for an ECU course, your fees will be adjusted automatically.

Application Deadline: The application deadline is December 31, 2017.

Scholarship Link