4 tips to win scholarships to Swinburne Vietnam
Opportunities to study in an international, multicultural and globally standardized school are offered by Swinburne Vietnam with lots of student grants up to USD 20,000. Just with 4 tips below, students are possibly awarded one of the most valuable scholarships to Swinburne Vietnam.
Students are awarded the scholarships by Dr. Hoang Viet Ha (Director of Swinburne Vietnam)
1. Writing an essay and accomplishing an interview
The scholarship named “Delighting the future” includes a full tuition fee waiver for three years of undergraduate education. A key aim of this scholarship is to facilitate intellectual and motivated students who wish to study in an international and culture-crossed environment. Students are required to submit an essay detailing how they think of their contribution to Vietnam in general and to Swinburne Vietnam in particular. Top 10 of selected students are invited to join an interview, and from the interviews, the most three outstanding applicants will be awarded the “Delighting the future”.
2. Getting IELTS Band 7.0 and GPA of 8.5 out of 10
Students who get IELTS Band 7.0 and GPA of 8.5/10 will have the opportunity to be granted the 40-percent-discount scholarship (USD 8,000 equivalently).
3. Getting IELTS Band 6.5 and GPA of 8.0 out of 10
Thirty 30% off scholarships (equivalently to USD 6000) are offered by Swinburne Vietnam. The scholarship scheme starts from May 25, 2019 and will end when all 30 scholarships are awarded. Swinburne Vietnam will have an interview weekly to select the 5 best students with an IELTS Band 6.5 and a GPA of 8.0 to award scholarships.
4. GPA of 7.0 out of 10
If your GPA is 7.0/10, students will have the opportunity to attend the interview round to be granted a 20% scholarship (equivalently to USD 4,000) to Swinburne Vietnam.
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