Take your place among the academic elite and enroll in the $20 Business Administration Scholarships at the University of Queensland in Australia.

Take advantage of financial incentives that help you pay a large portion of your tuition fees to complete your university degree.

Scholarship benefits

  • Complete a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Queensland, Australia
  • Receive a scholarship worth $12000 over 3 years
  • Receive an automatic offer in Honors
  • Receive an additional scholarship of $8000 over the course of the honors year.

Other benefits may include:

  • Automatic membership to the Australian University of Queensland
  • Exclusive opportunities to attend business leaders forums
  • The opportunity to represent the University of Queensland through the Student Ambassador Program.

Registration terms

  • Completed Year 12 studies at secondary school or equivalent.
  • You have completed Year 12 in the year you apply for the programme, or have taken no more than one year of study interruption.
  • The university will start for the first time in 2022
  • International students completing the QCE abroad must have English as one of their top 5 subjects.

Register and submit the application

Apply for a Bachelor of Business Administration through the Australian University of Queensland portal. Make sure you use the correct QTAC code for the Dean's Scholars award in the major and college you are applying to.

You do not need to apply separately for the scholarship. Receiving a $20 Business Management Scholarship offer at The University of Queensland in Australia will qualify you for this programme. Your scholarship offer at The University of Queensland will be emailed to your registered University of Queensland email address in early January.

Paperwork

  • A copy of the passport or national ID
  • School transcripts are mandatory, or university transcripts, if available.
  • Statement of purpose
  • Motivation letter
  • recommendation Letter
  • Biography
  • High school certificate/diploma or university certificate, which must be translated.
  • Training or volunteer certificates or any other document that helps in your acceptance and must be translated.