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The UTAS Scholarships Program provides students with significant financial and academic support to study at the Australian Maritime College, a specialist institute of the University of Tasmania.
Awards are offered in a wide range of disciplines and selection is based on academic merit and/or financial need. They are available to students studying at undergraduate, honours and postgraduate coursework levels.
These scholarships programs are offered in addition to both Commonwealth support (HECs), Commonwealth Scholarships and AusAID.
To view the scholarships available for 2017, please visit the UTAS Scholarship & Bursaries webpage by visiting www.utas.edu.au/scholarships-bursaries
Whilst the deadline for most scholarships is 31 October of the year preceding (with a few exceptions) - all students applying for their first year at AMC will also be assessed for eligibility (which includes ATAR scores) for Outstanding Achiever, Excellent Achiever, Women in Engineering and Remote & Rural Scholarships. Please click here for further details.
AMC Tasmanian International scholarships (TIS)
These scholarships provide commencing international students studying at the Australian Maritime College with a 25% reduction in registered tuition fees for the duration of the course (Subject to eligibility). Please visit the UTAS International Scholarships webpage for further information.
Research by higher degree opportunities:
A small number of Higher Degree by Research Scholarships are made available to attract candidates of exceptional potential to the AMC's research 'niche' capabilities.
Commonwealth Government assistance opportunities
Includes Study Assist, Centrelink and Endeavour Award opportunities.
AusAID provides opportunities for people from developing countries to undertake full time undergraduate or postgraduate study at participating Australian universities and Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutions.