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UNSW Global Scholarships

Scholarships are now available for UNSW Standard, Standard Plus and Extended Foundation Studies and Diploma programs commencing in 2021. These scholarships have been designed to provide extra support to students wishing to start their journey to UNSW Sydney.


  • Up to $7,500 for Standard, Standard Plus and Extended Foundation Studies Program students
  • Up to $7,500 for Diploma Program students

If successful, your scholarship offer will be outlined in your Foundation Studies Letter of Offer or in a scholarship offer letter for Diploma students. The value awarded will be dependent on your level of academic achievement from your previous studies.


Scholarships will be awarded to students applying for selected Standard, Standard Plus and Extended Foundation Studies and Diploma Program intakes in 2021. Eligibility will be determined on a case by case basis at the discretion of the UNSW Global Admissions team.

How to apply

Scholarships do not require a separate application. All new students who apply for a UNSW Pathway Program commencing in 2021 will automatically be considered for a scholarship (until quotas have been reached).

How to accept

Scholarships will be granted on a first come first served basis until scholarship quotas have been reached. If you are awarded a scholarship, accept your offer as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Need more information about UNSW Pathway scholarships?

Contact your education agent or contact us directly and one of our friendly recruitment staff will respond.

Terms and conditions

All amounts are quoted in Australian dollars. Additional terms and conditions apply. Please contact your agent for more information.

Scholarships for students progressing to a UNSW bachelor’s degree

Students who successfully complete their UNSW Global Program may be eligible for other scholarships at UNSW Sydney. For more information visit


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