[Australia] Carnegie Mellon University-AusAID Scholarships

Carnegie Mellon University-AusAID (CMU-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 undertake a Masters degree at the H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management at Carnegie Mellon University's campus in Adelaide, Australia.

CMU-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.

For information about Carnegie Mellon University Australia (Adelaide Campus) and to apply for a place at Carnegie Mellon University Australia in one of the courses for which a Carnegie Mellon University-AusAID Scholarship may be available, refer to the Carnegie Mellon University-Australia website.

Objectives of the CMU-AusAID Scholarships

CMU-AusAID Scholarships aim to strengthen human resource capacity in partner countries in public policy, management and information technology. CMU-AusAID Scholarships enable individuals from partner countries to gain high-level skills and knowledge in these areas, so that they can contribute to the economic and social development of their home countries. Therefore, scholarship holders are expected to return to their country of citizenship at the completion of their scholarship for a minimum period of two years in order to contribute to the development of their country.

How can I apply for a CMU-AusAID Scholarship?

To apply for a CMU-AusAID Scholarship:

  1. You must first gain entry into one of the two available courses at Carnegie Mellon University Australia. Please note that admission to Carnegie Mellon University does not automatically guarantee you a CMU-AusAID Scholarship. You must meet both AusAID's eligibility criteria and the specific criteria established for your country of citizenship. Course information and application processes can be found on the Carnegie Mellon University website.
  2. Eligible students who have received admission to Carnegie Mellon University may apply for a CMU-AusAID Scholarship by submitting a CMU-AusAID Application Form which you will receive with your Letter of Admission from Carnegie Mellon University, to the relevant AusAID Scholarship Office in your country of citizenship or region. (See contact details for eligible countries above).
  3. Your application for a CMU-AusAID Scholarship will be assessed based on AusAID's general eligibility criteria and the specific criteria as set out by your country of citizenship. For country specific information, contact the relevant AusAID Scholarship Office in your country or region. (see contact details for eligible countries above).
  4. If you are successful, AusAID will contact you with further information relating to confirmation of your acceptance and pre-departure arrangements.

Read more information

Scholarships: 
Region: