Macqarie University, Sydney, Australia, invites applications for the 2016 Global Leadership Entry Program (GLEP) Scholarship awarded for undergraduate studies to successful applicants.
Worth of Award
Two GLEP scholarships will be awarded a value of $5000 each for the first year of study at Macquarie. The GLEP scholarships will be awarded in early January.
- You’re completing the Year 12 HSC or equivalent in NSW or ACT or the IB onshore.
- You’re an:
- Australian citizen
- New Zealand citizen
- Australian permanent resident
- International student studying the IB onshore or HSC or equivalent*
- You’re a leader in your community and actively involved in extra-curricular activities.
- You’re achieving good results at school.
- You have aspiration for global engagement and leadership.
* Visa conditions and ESOS requirements apply for international students.
How to Apply
- Your GLEP application will be used to consider you for a GLEP scholarship. There is no need for a separate application, however we may contact you for further information if required.
- GLEP students are also entitled to apply for the full range of scholarships offered based on their circumstances.
- After you’ve applied: Applications will be assessed on a progressive basis. Macquarie will make a direct offer to successful applicants for their nominated course.
- Please allow approximately 4 – 6 weeks for applications to be processed before enquiring.
- You must also apply to UAC with your preferred course listed in preferences.
- If you’re shortlisted, you’ll be contacted and required to attend an interview either on campus or via Skype. Interviews for will be held during the following dates:
Accepting your offer
If your application is successful you’ll be notified via email. To accept your offer you must:
- Follow the instructions stated in the outcome notification and register to attend an orientation session.
- Apply to UAC – (International students to use international portal).
- Complete Year 12 examinations (10 units of HSC courses, including at least 8 units from Category A courses) or comparable ACT and IB subjects.
- Ensure the course for which you’ve received a direct offer is listed as your first preference on your UAC application by the close of the UAC December round preferences deadline.
- Local students – Ensure the course for which you’ve received a direct offer is listed as your first preference on your UAC application by the close of the UAC December round preferences deadline.
- Onshore international students – Ensure the course for which you’ve received a direct offer is listed in your preferences on your UAC application by the close of the UAC December round preferences deadline.
Deadline: A UAC offer will be made to you in the December Round if you’ve completed the above steps correctly. Note: If you receive an offer via UAC you may choose to defer your place for one year.