Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

New Colombo Plan

New Colombo Plan Scholarship

Charles Sturt University and the Australian Government are seeking student applicants for its 2021 New Colombo Plan Scholarship. Successful Scholars will use this support to their study for one or two sessions in an Indo Pacific location. We are looking for Australian citizens in an undergraduate degree, aged between 18 and 28, with a high GPA who are passionate about their study and travel! Further details on the eligibility criteria can be found in the New Colombo Plan Guidelines.

Join our online webinar to find out more details on the Scholarship and application process as well as hearing from our NCP Ambassador, Dylan Male about his experience. Click on the date below to find out more about this unique opportunity.

Dylan MaleIf you want to study abroad I highly recommend applying for the New Colombo Plan Scholarship. My time in the Pacific was profoundly transformative. I left with new knowledge and skills that will help me in my future career endeavours. My advice is believe in yourself and apply. The opportunities you get are amazing! Dylan Male, Bachelor of Agricultural Science (Honours). NCP Scholar, Fellow and Ambassador.

The application process comprises of three main stages: nomination, application and interview.  This timeline outlines the various steps involved.

Be inspired by the success of Charles Sturt's New Colombo Plan Scholars for 2020, Miss Bonnie Hammerschmidt, Mr Jeremy Duck and Mr Clayton Mueller.

You could nominate to study at one of CSU's Partners or at an alternative University in the region.

Ready to take the next step?  Complete the nomination form and return it to CSU Global by 3 July!

New Colombo Plan Mobility Grants

Charles Sturt University academic staff are invited to apply for New Colombo Plan Mobility Grants for 2021 programs. These grants are awarded to the University to subsidise students' costs of participating in international study opportunities. Successful applications will show commitment to meeting the objectives of the New Colombo Plan and creating rewarding and enriching opportunities for our students, whilst building meaningful connections in the Indo-Pacific. If you are interested in submitting an application please  contact CSU Global. Applications must be completed by June 5 2020.

You can view current successfully funded programs on our Short Term Program page

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