UWA offers Mauritian Undergraduate Scholarship
|Name of scholarship program|
|UWA Mauritian Undergraduate Scholarship|
|Purpose of Scholarship|
|To encourage eligible students from Mauritius, who have demonstrated high academic achievement in their high school studies to undertake an undergraduate degree course at The University of Western Australia|
|Start and end dates of scholarship program|
|Semester 1 2017- Semester 2 2019|
|(1) To be eligible to be considered for a scholarship, a candidate must—
(a) be a citizen of Mauritius;
(b) have achieved an equivalent ATAR1 of at least 85 in previous studies used for entry in the University;
(c) be enrolled, or eligible to enrol, full-time in an undergraduate degree course.
(2) To be eligible to take up a scholarship an awardee must be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate degree course.
(3) Only students from the following schools plus any Laureate student or any students ranked in the top 200 or above nationally on their overall performance.
Royal College Curepipe
Loreto College Port Louis
Royal Collge Port Louis
St Mary’s College
Droopnath Ramphul SC
Loreto Quatre Bornes
John Kennedy College
Dr Maurice Cure College
Ramsoodar Prayag SSS
Gaetan Raynal SC
Sir Abdool Raman Osman SC
1 An equivalent ATAR is determined by UWA Admissions from previous studies used for entry into the University.
|The value of the scholarship is determined by the awardee’s equivalent Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR)1 —
(a) $3000 per annum for an equivalent ATAR of 85.00 – 89.99; and
(b) $7000 per annum for an equivalent ATAR of 90 or more.
1 An equivalent ATAR is determined by UWA Admissions from previous studies used for entry into the University
|Summary of scholarship rules|
|· Duration of award: total duration of studies at UWA in the applicable course (as stated in student’s offer letter)
· Load: the reduced fee only applies if students maintain a 100% load (normally 48 points), and will not be extended if a student does not complete within the total course duration stated on their offer letters.