School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Honours International Scholarship in Australia

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The Queensland University of Technology is awarding School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Honours International Scholarship in Australia.

The program is open for those high performing aspirants from Australia and all around the world who will commence in the Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours) program at QUT.

1) The closing date for applications is 16th February 2020. Late applications will not be accepted.

2) The purpose of the scholarship is to support a full-time candidate to undertake an Honours degree within the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science School, Science and Engineering Faculty, Queensland University of Technology.

3) To be eligible for the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science School Honours Scholarship applicants must meet the following criteria: a) Be a domestic or international student b) Have applied or been offered a place in the IN10 Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours) program at the time of application c) Your research must be supervised by an academic staff member of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science School

4) Scholarship assessment is based on academic performance and the suitability of the applicant’s proposed research.

5) The Scholarship is tenable for the duration of the stipulated course and recipients must maintain a full time enrolment in the nominated course to maintain eligibility.

6) The payment of the scholarship will be after census date in each semester.

7) QUT reserves the right to terminate the scholarship after the first semester of offering, should a recipient’s progress be deemed unsatisfactory and/or the recipient fails to maintain a minimum GPA of 5 in each semester, and pass all coursework units.

8) The value of the scholarship is $5,000 and will be paid to the recipient as a study stipend in two equal instalments. The first instalment of $2,500 will be paid after census date in Semester 1, 2020 with the second instalment of $2,500 paid following the recipients confirmed enrolment after census date in Semester 2, 2020.

9) The Scholarship is provided principally for educational purposes.

10) While every care is taken to ensure direct payments of scholarship funds are correct, scholarship recipients are required to monitor payments and notify QUT if any over or under payments occur. If under payments occur, the balance will be paid to the student immediately. If over-payments occur the scholarship recipient is required to advise QUT immediately and repay the overpaid amount.

11) Although QUT does not deduct any tax from the award amount, QUT is not authorised to deem this scholarship tax exempt. Ultimate determination regarding the tax status of the Scholarship will be made by the Australian Taxation Office. Please retain this statement with your tax documentation. Additional tax information can be obtained at

12) This is a Merit based scholarship. A QUT student is normally only permitted to hold one QUT merit scholarship at any one time however students may be eligible to hold a Merit based Scholarship and an Equity Scholarship concurrently.

13) All Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Honours Scholarships are governed by QUT Scholarship Concurrency rules. This table provides information on which scholarships can be held concurrently at QUT