Carnegie Mellon University-AusAID Scholarships

MSPPM Scholarships & MSIT Scholarships

The Heinz School is committed to making a graduate education affordable for talented students. No separate application is necessary. Students who note in the application for admission that they would like to be considered for financial aid will be automatically considered for any applicable scholarship opportunity.
Examples of scholarships include: Carnegie Mellon University-AusAID Scholarships

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. These scholarships are available to full time students.

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.

A detailed listing of eligible countries, criteria (general eligibility and country specific), and scholarship benefits can be found by visiting the AusAID website.

Applications for the January 2009 intake are now being accepted (the closing date for AusAid applications is the 30/06/08.) Carnegie Mellon University-AusAID Scholarships are only available to students who have already been offered a place at Carnegie Mellon University.

MSPPM Scholarships

MSPPM Scholarships are merit based awards available to either full or part time students. South Australian Government Scholarships

Scholarships covering a significant portion of tuition are available. To be considered for a scholarship, applicants will meet Carnegie Mellon‘s admission requirements. Apply at https://app.applyyourself.com/?id=cmu-spp and answer `yes’ when you are asked if you want to be considered for `financial aid.’

Australian students are also eligible for a FEE-HELP tuition loan, which can be used to meet the residual cost of tuition not covered by scholarship.

MSIT Scholarships

MSIT Scholarships are merit based awards available to either full or part time students. South Australian Government Scholarships

Scholarships covering a significant portion of tuition are available. To be considered for a scholarship, applicants will meet Carnegie Mellon‘s admission requirements. Apply at https://app.applyyourself.com/?id=cmu-spp and answer `yes’ when you are asked if you want to be considered for `financial aid.’

Australian students are also eligible for a FEE-HELP tuition loan, which can be used to meet the residual cost of tuition not covered by scholarship.

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