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Fund your study in languages with a scholarship

20 May 2022
Discover the range of scholarships available from the School of Languages and Cultures
Ever wanted to fund a research project in languages or kickstart your academic career in cultures, but weren’t sure how? These scholarships might just help.

Each year, the School of Languages and Culture offer students from a range of backgrounds and disciplines the opportunity to pursue their research in languages through scholarship.

Whether you’re an undergraduate dipping your toes into the research world or postgraduate and ready to make your mark, there’s a scholarship in languages that might just steer you in the right direction.

Here, we’ve highlighted the top scholarships for wherever your language interests lie. Be quick as many applications close by the end of May 2022.


The Frederick Sefton Delmer Scholarship for Postgraduate Research Students in Germanic Studies

Study level: Postgraduate Research

Eligibility: Full-time in a master's by research or PhD within the Department of Germanic Studies, and hold an honours degree or a Master of Arts.

Value: $10,000

Closing date: 26 May 2022

Apply for the Frederick Sefton Delmer Scholarship for Postgraduate Research Students in Germanic Studies


Emilie M Schweitzer Scholarship in French and Germanic Studies

Study level: Undergraduate Honours

Eligibility: Enrol in French and Francophone studies or Germanic studies at honours level, and have a minimum WAM of 70

Value: $8,000

Closing date: 30 May 2022

Apply for the Emilie M Schweitzer Scholarship in French and Germanic Studies


The Sakuko Matsui Australia-Japan Friendship Scholarships

Study level: Undergraduate or postgraduate research

Eligibility: Domestic students studying Japanese studies or international students from Japan

Value: $8,000

Closing date: 30 May 2022

Apply for the Sakuko Matsui Australia-Japan Friendship Scholarships


Phillip David Jack Prize Scholarship in Arabic Studies

Study level: Undergraduate coursework

Eligibility: First or second year undergraduate student and enrolled in an Arab Language and Cultures major of 2 units of study

Value: $8,000

Closing date: 30 May 2022

Apply for the Phillip David Jack Prize Scholarship in Arabic Studies

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