January 2020 Program Scholarships!
From time to time, AIM Overseas offers scholarships to students who participate in selected AIM Overseas programs. We are excited to announce that for our January 2020 intake, we will be offering a scholarship for 1 participant on each of the following programs:
- 1x $500 scholarship - Digital Society and Innovation: From e-Commerce to e-Governance in Tallinn, Estonia
- 1x $500 scholarship - International Litigation, Arbitration and Mediation: US Perspectives in San Diego, USA
HOW TO APPLY:
The winner must have applied for either program listed above by 16th September, 2019, and must have fully paid for the program by October 28th, 2019.
If you wish to apply for either scholarship, you will need to submit a 200-300 word statement to the AIM Overseas Marketing Team (email@example.com), including but not limited to how the AIM Overseas short-term study program will benefit you and why you believe you should receive the scholarship. On top of this, you will also need to submit a fun photo of yourself. The statement and photo will need to be submitted before 11:59pm on the 7th of October 2019. Your photo and statement will then be uploaded to the AIM Overseas Facebook page.
After it has been uploaded, we require you to share this post on your own personal Facebook account. Note: The scholarship will be tranferred only after AIM Overseas confirms that you have successfully shared the post to your personal Facebook account.
Applications close at 11:59pm on the 7th of October, 2019. Winner announced 11th November, 2019.
Terms and Conditions apply:
University Travel Grants
You may be eligible for a study or travel grant from your university. Where we are aware of grants offered by your university we will let you know once you have applied for a program.
Australian university scholarships typically range from $500-1500 for participating in a short term program such as ours. To find out whether or not any grants are available, we would recommend that you get in touch with your university’s International Office.
Other potential travel grant sources include your academic faculty and any university leadership programs – sometimes departments, faculties, and particular university programs and centres will have budgets set aside for special projects or student scholarships. We have heard success stories of students receiving scholarships simply by writing to the Head of Department that oversees their degree, explaining the opportunity and the benefit, and making a case to be funded. Being proactive and taking the initiative to write some letters and put in some proposals can yield results!
If you have questions about scholarships, or need some form of confirmation of your program in order to apply for a particular scholarship, please feel free to contact us.
The Global Society Foundation
The Global Society Foundation is a registered Australian charity – their mission is to provide scholarships that assist Australian university students to have overseas study experiences. You can find out more about the Global Society Foundation and scholarship rounds here.
The Global Society Foundation has also recently launched their scholarship library which has neatly compiled all available scholarship options available to Australian university students! This great resource can be accessed by clicking here!