For Australian students, the Bond University Architecture and Built Environment department waives 100% of the tuition cost.
Students from any nation who intend to apply to Bond University’s Master of Architecture degree programme are eligible for this prize. Students may apply for the chance online, and there is no cap on the amount of rewards that will be given out.
Students must be admitted into Bond University’s Master of Architecture programme and complete the relevant academic standards in order to be eligible.
More About Bond University
This Institution, based in Robina, Queensland, is Australia’s first private non-profit university. This University has been largely a teaching-focused higher education institution with a three-semester-per-year calendar since its inception on May 15, 1989.
In the Times Higher Education (THE) rankings of the Best Small Universities in the World, the university is rated 20th.
Admission is handled by the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Center and is based on the Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR).
University received the third highest student happiness rating out of all Australian institutions, and the highest student satisfaction rating out of all Queensland universities, in the 2019 Student Experience Survey, with an overall satisfaction rating of 87.2.
The University was founded and funded in 1987 under the leadership of India’s founder and silent partner. This University was founded by Mr. Alan Bond, Chairman of Bond Corporation in Australia, and Mr. Harunori Takahashi and Dr. Taro Tanioka, President of Electronics and Industrial Enterprises International (EIE) in Japan, as a joint venture to handle Bond University’s land and construction.
- Organization: Bond University
- Department: Architecture and Built Environment
- Course level: Postgraduate
- Award Amount: 100% tuition remission
- Number of Awards: Two
- Access Mode: Online
- Nationality: International students
- Eligible Countries: Any country
- Eligibility: Students can apply for the Master of Architecture degree offered at Bond University.
- The award can be taken in Australia
- Application Deadline: The applications for this application will open on 18 October 2022.
The Abedian Foundation has generously provided the Abedian Foundation Master of Architecture Scholarships to eligible students in recognition of Dr.Soheil Abedians longstanding association with Bond University. The bursaries are awarded on academic merit to successful applicants commencing the Master of Architecture program at University.
These endowments provide recipients with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to study under the tutelage of world-renowned architects and receive a top-tier education. With the support of the Abedian Foundation, scholars will be able to develop the skills and knowledge needed to become leaders in the field of architecture.
To be considered, applicants must:
- Be currently achieving, or have achieved*, a minimum cumulative percentage average of 75% from a Bond University Bachelor of Design in Architecture or an equivalent degree from another institution.
- Submit a high-quality digital portfolio of relevant work produced during bachelors degree candidature in support of their application.
- Be accepted for admission and offered a place in the Master of Architecture degree.
How to Apply
To apply for the opportunity , candidates must:
- Comply with Bond’s general scholarship terms and conditions.
- Maintain a minimum average of 65% or better in the Master of Architecture program.
- Be enrolled in the Master of Architecture program in the January semester. No deferrals to a later semester will be considered.
- Submit a reflection and academic transcript at the end of each semester to the Abedian Foundation.
- Participate in promotional activities arranged by the sponsor and/or the University.
The studentships are non-transferable and cannot be redeemed for cash. Acceptance of the scholarship implies agreement to meet these obligations.
The scholars will receive 100% tuition remission for the Master of Architecture program funded jointly by the Abedian Foundation and Bond University.