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TAFE NSW International Scholarship

TAFE NSW is committed to helping international students develop specialised skills and attain the qualifications they need to achieve their personal and professional goals. We are currently offering the following Scholarships:

15% Scholarship - 15% Scholarship will be applied as credit against the tuition fees for each semester for the full duration of the Higher Education course only.


$2,000 Scholarship - Total Scholarship value of up to a maximum of $2,000 (AUD) based on merit. The scholarship will be applied as $500 (AUD) credits towards your course tuition fees in each semester until the total Scholarship value is used.

To check your eligibility please refer to the eligibility section in the Scholarship application form.

Mid-Semester 1, 2023 (Intakes: March, April, May)

Closing date: 5pm (AEST), on the Course commencement date in your Offer Letter for Semester 1, 2023

Mid-Semester 1, 2023
Application Form
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To apply for Scholarship please scan and email the completed Scholarship Application form with all supporting documents to: before the closing date.


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Destination Australia Scholarship

Destination Australia Scholarships are funded by the Commonwealth Government, and are designed to attract and support students who choose to live and study in regional communities.

Each Scholarship provides $15,000 per student per year to meet the costs associated with relocating, living and studying in regional Australia.

For more information visit the TAFE NSW Destination Australia page.

Closing date: 15 May 2023 11.59pm AEST.

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Australia Awards Scholarships

The Australian Government through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade offers Australia Awards Scholarships which provide financial support for citizens of specific countries to study in Australia.

The scholarships have specific eligibility requirements and your study program must relate to your country's priority areas for development.

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