The Dean of CoSE Merit Scholarship – Europe is offered by the College of Sciences and Engineering to encourage high performing international students from countries in Europe to study blue and green sciences at the University of Tasmania, commencing study in Semester 1 or 2, 2020.
The College of Sciences and Engineering is made up of a wide range of teaching and research areas, each delivering exciting study options and world-class research.
The College capitalises on the distinctive culture and ecology of Tasmania’s island laboratory, bringing together expertise in architecture and design, information and communication technology, physical and human geography, and surveying and spatial sciences. Sustainable regional development, urban livability, Earth observations, and habitat conservation are some of our core focus areas.
Available to high achieving international students from Europe who have an offer of a full-time place in one of the following onshore postgraduate coursework degrees commencing in Semester 1 or 2, 2020:
- Graduate Diploma of Environmental Planning - S6L
- Graduate Diploma of Maritime and Logistics Management - J6N
- Master of Applied Science (Agricultural Science) - K7J1
- Master of Applied Science (Biological Sciences) - K7J2
- Master of Applied Science (Chemistry) - K7J3
- Master of Applied Science (Environmental Management and Spatial Sciences) - K7J4
- Master of Applied Science (Microbiology) - K7J6
- Master of Applied Science (Physics) - K7J7
- Master of Architecture - D7C
- Master of Economic Geology - S7W
- Master of Engineering (Maritime Design) - 27B1
- Master of Environmental Management - S7D
- Master of Information Technology and Systems - K7I
- Master of Marine and Antarctic Science - S7Z
- Master of Planning - K7P
- Master of Professional Engineering (Specialisation) - P7A
- Master of Protected Area Governance and Management - K7E
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Note: applicants who are not eligible for a Dean of CoSE Merit Scholarship will be automatically assessed for a Tasmanian International Scholarship (TIS), which offers a 25% reduction of tuition fees. Applicants not eligible for TIS will automatically receive a Careers in Science and Technology Award, which is valued at a 15% reduction of tuition fees for the duration of your course.
To retain this award, recipients are required to achieve a minimum Credit 5.0/7.0 result in all CoSE units studied each semester.
Each scholarship covers 50% of registered tuition fees (includes Students Services and Amenities Fees) for the duration of the course.
Students are assessed automatically for the Dean of CoSE Merit Scholarship - Europe upon submission of their International Student Application, there is no need to submit a separate scholarship application.
Enquiries should be directed to International Scholarships.