International Scholarships

Business, Economics and Law The Faculty of the Professions offers a scholarship scheme for international students undertaking undergraduate and postgraduate study in the Schools of Business, Economics and Law. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence and are available to Malaysian (UG), Indonesian (PG) and Thai (PG) students commencing studies in Semester 1, 2011. All eligible students are encouraged to apply for these incredible opportunities for supported study. The Faculty looks forward to receiving student applications by the closing date.

Undergraduate Scholarships
Business, Economics and Law Undergraduate Scholarships The Faculty of the Professions’ Business, Economics and Law Undergraduate Scholarships are available to Malaysian students who are studying an eligible pre-university program in Malaysia and are seeking entry into one of the priority programs (see Annex A) in Semester 1 of 2011. The Scholarship provides a one-off payment for living allowances under the conditions described below. Eligibility Requirements In order to be eligible for consideration a student must:    Have applied to study in one of the priority programs at the Faculty of the Professions and be offered admission into Semester 1 of 2011 at the University of Adelaide Commence an academic program for the first time at the University of Adelaide (without advanced standing) Be a citizen of Malaysia

Selection Criteria The Scholarships will be awarded for academic excellence to outstanding Malaysian students. Applications will be assessed on the basis of:   Pre-University entry score; and Statement of Purpose supplied to the University of Adelaide

Extra-curricular achievements will not be considered. Applicants in receipt of other scholarships are eligible to apply. In order to be selected as a Scholarship recipient, an applicant must:   Achieve the required Pre-University score (see Annex B) and Furnish a Statement of Purpose which is shortlisted by the Faculty for the award of a Scholarship Benefits

The University will grant up to ten Scholarships of AUD $5000 each to applicants commencing in one of the priority Bachelor degrees at the Faculty of the Professions in Semester 1 of 2011. The Scholarship provides a one-off payment for living allowances only and will be paid to the Scholarship recipient upon their arrival in Adelaide. VISA Entitlement and Requirements Scholarship recipients are required to meet the cost of compulsory Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), tuition fees, living costs and cost of return airfares. These costs will not be covered by the Scholarship. Commencement The Scholarship must be taken up in the semester and year for which it is offered. If no response is received by a specific deadline, the offer of the Scholarship will lapse and will be offered to the next eligible candidate. The University March withdraw the Scholarship if a candidate fails to provide any required documentation or provide false or misleading documentation. Deferment and Withdrawal It is not possible to defer the award and the Scholarship cannot be transferred to any other institution. Students who subsequently withdraw from their program of study at the University before the census date for Semester 1 (31 March 2011) must repay the Scholarship to the University in its entirety. Any outstanding repayments will be deducted from the tuition fee refund. Students who change their program of study outside the listed program (see Annex A) before the census date for Semester 1 (31 March 2011) must repay the Scholarship to the Faculty in its entirety. Any outstanding repayments will be deducted from future tuition fee. Application Process An application for admission to the University in 2011 will constitute an application for a Scholarship provided that a Statement of Purpose is forwarded separately to the Faculty by 31 October 2010. The Statement of Purpose should contain no more than 500 words, detailing why the candidate is interested in undertaking a bachelor degree at the University of Adelaide and how the knowledge gained will shape his/her future. The Statement of Purpose must be lodged electronically through prof.enquiries@adelaide.edu.au by 31 October 2010. Successful recipients will receive a Scholarship Offer from the University by 20 December 2010 or 7 days after the release of their Pre-University results, whichever is earlier. The University reserves the right not to award the Scholarships if there are no candidates of sufficient merit as determined in each case, or to amend the availability of Scholarships and/or the information provided in the Scholarships details at anytime. Contact Details Scholarships Enquiries E-mail: prof.enquiries@adelaide.edu.au

Annex A – 2011 Priority Undergraduate Programs Area of Study Business Degree Program Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Finance) Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) Bachelor of Commerce (Management) Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) Bachelor of Commerce/Laws Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Finance (International) Bachelor of Finance/Laws Bachelor of Finance/ Mathematical/Computer Sciences Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Economics (International Agriculture Business) Bachelor of Economics/Laws Bachelor of Economics/Finance Bachelor of Teaching/Economics Bachelor of Engineering/Economics Bachelor of International Studies/Economics Bachelor of Arts/Economics Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Design Studies/Laws

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Annex B - 2011 Pre-University required entry score (exclude FSP) Pre-University Program SAM 2011 TER GCE “A” Level UEC Malaysia IB Diploma OSSD OAC (Canadian Pre-U) STPM & Matrikulasi Pre- University Entry Score 85 10 20 28 80 3.22

Postgraduate Scholarships
Business, Economics and Law Postgraduate Scholarships The Faculty of the Professions’ Business, Economics and Law (BEL) Postgraduate Scholarships are available to Indonesian and Thai students who are seeking entry into one of the priority programs (see Annex A) in Semester 2 of 2011. The Scholarship provides a one-off payment for living allowances under the conditions described below. Eligibility Requirements In order to be eligible for consideration a student must:    Have applied to study in one of the priority programs at the Faculty of the Professions and be offered admission into Semester 1 of 2011 at the University of Adelaide Commence an academic program for the first time at the University of Adelaide Be a citizen of either Indonesia or Thailand

Selection Criteria The Scholarships will be awarded for academic excellence to outstanding Indonesian and Thai students. Applications will be assessed on the basis of:   Cumulative Grade Point Average of a recognised Bachelor or Master Degree; and Statement of Purpose supplied to the University of Adelaide

Extra-curricular achievements will not be considered. Applicants in receipt of other scholarships are eligible to apply. In order to be selected as a Scholarship recipient, an applicant must:   Achieve the required Cumulative Grade Point Average (see Annex B) and Furnish a Statement of Purpose which is shortlisted by the Faculty for the award of a Scholarship Benefits

The University will grant up to five Scholarships of AUD $5000 each to applicants commencing in one of the priority postgraduate coursework degrees at the Faculty of the Professions in Semester 1 of 2011. The Scholarship provides a one-off payment for living allowances only and will be paid to the Scholarship recipient upon their arrival in Adelaide. VISA Entitlement and Requirements Scholarship recipients are required to meet the cost of compulsory Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), tuition fees, living costs and cost of return airfares. These costs will not be covered by the Scholarship. Commencement The Scholarship must be taken up in the semester and year for which it is offered. If no response is received by a specific deadline, the offer of the Scholarship will lapse and will be offered to the next eligible candidate. The University may withdraw the Scholarship if a candidate fails to provide any required documentation or provide false or misleading documentation. Deferment and Withdrawal It is not possible to defer the award and the Scholarship cannot be transferred to any other institution. Students who subsequently withdraw from their program of study at the University before the census date for Semester 1 (31 March 2011) must repay the Scholarship to the University in its entirety. Any outstanding repayments will be deducted from the tuition fee refund. Students who change their program of study outside the listed program (see Annex A) before the census date for Semester 1 (31 March 2011) must repay the Scholarship to the Faculty in its entirety. Any outstanding repayments will be deducted from future tuition fee. Application Process An application for admission to the University in 2011 will constitute an application for a Scholarship provided that a Statement of Purpose is forwarded separately to the Faculty by 31 October 2010. The Statement of Purpose should contain no more than 500 words, detailing why the candidate is interested in undertaking a postgraduate degree at the University of Adelaide and how the knowledge gained will shape his/her future. The Statement of Purpose must be lodged electronically through prof.enquiries@adelaide.edu.au by 31 October 2010. Successful recipients will receive a Scholarship Offer from the University by 20 December 2010.

The University reserves the right not to award the Scholarships if there are no candidates of sufficient merit as determined in each case, or to amend the availability of Scholarships and/or the information provided in the Scholarships details at anytime. Contact Details Scholarships Enquiries E-mail: prof.enquiries@adelaide.edu.au Annex A – Priority Postgraduate Programs Area of Study Business Degree Program Master of Accounting and Finance Master of Accounting and Marketing Master of Accounting and Performance Management Master of Business Administration Master of Business Administration (Advanced) Master of Business Research Master of Commerce Master of Commerce (Accounting) Master of Commerce (Applied Finance) Bachelor of Commerce (Performance Management) Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) Master of Business Law Master of Business Law/ Commerce Master of Business Law/ Commerce (Accounting) Master of Business Law/ Commerce (Applied Finance) Master of Business Law/ Commerce (Marketing) Master of Laws Master of Laws/Commerce Master of Applied Economics Master of Applied Economics (International) Master of Applied Economics (Public Policy)

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Annex B - 2011 Postgraduate Grade Point Average required score Degree Indonesian Bachelor or Master Degree Thailand Bachelor or Master Degree Cumulative Grade Point GPA of 3.00 out of 4.00 GPA of 3.00 out of 4.00

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