Carnegie Mellon University AusAID Scholarships

Study Abroad Scholarships for International Students

Carnegie Mellon University AusAID Scholarships are funded by the Australian Government to support a limited number of students from countries where Australia has a bilateral aid program, to study at the university's Heinz School in Adelaide, Australia.

Scholarships are awarded to students undertaking either the Master of Science in Public Policy and Management (MSPPM) or the Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT).

Both programs are full-time and one-year in duration.

Scholarship benefits include full tuition, return economy airfares, a contribution to living expenses, and basic medical insurance.

Applicants must satisfy both AusAID's general eligibility criteria and the specific criteria established for their country of citizenship.

Carnegie Mellon University-AusAID Scholarships are only available to students who have already been offered a place at Carnegie Mellon University in either of the two courses available under this program.

Follow the links below for scholarship application details.

For more information and application see: Carnegie Mellon University AusAID Scholarships

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