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Australia is fast emerging as the preferred higher education destination. As part of its India Strategy, the internationally ranked University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney has been focussing on its twin pillars -- strong teaching and strong research -- to dramatically disrupt the manner in which higher education is delivered.
We need to anticipate the future, especially when it is evolving at such a rapid pace. What you need is not an evolution of thinking but the revolution of thought, if we are to stay relevant. That is the biggest challenge that higher education needs to accommodate and adjust to.
- Amit Dasgupta, the India country director of UNSW.
Consequently, UNSW has been continuously looking for bright minds to deliver on the demands the future would place before the global community. It has instituted the `Future of Change` awards, exclusively for students from India.
ABOUT THE `FUTURE OF CHANGE` AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS:
The awards are aimed at attracting and supporting high-achieving Indian students to undertake undergraduate or postgraduate study at UNSW. The `Future of Change` awards for the forthcoming July 2018 admissions comprise:
· One full tuition fee scholarship which is open to undergraduate and postgraduate students.
· Ten AUD 10,000 per annum tuition fees scholarships which are open to undergraduate and postgraduate students
· Fifty AUD 5,000 tuition fee awards for one year which are open to postgraduate students
HOW TO APPLY:
Candidates need to secure admission to the Semester-2 2018 and submit a 2-minute digital video testimonial of how a scholarship at UNSW will help them achieve their aspirations.
The last date for applications is May 30, 2018.
Shortlisted applicants are not required to attend an interview.Students interested in this Scholarship should visit Future of Change: https://www.scholarships.unsw.edu.au/scholarships/id/1155
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