The University of South Australia is celebrating 25 years of innovation and creativity, focusing on graduating future global professionals. As part of their birthday celebration, they are offering International Study Grants valued at 25% off first year tuition fees for students commencing on campus in the 2nd half of 2016. Study Grants will only be offered to international students, who qualify into a University of South Australia undergraduate or postgraduate degree.
The next available intakes for qualifying for the 25% grant are in July and September 2016.
Please contact Uniserv Education for more information and free assistance with advice and application processes.
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