First Cohort Scholarship in Petroleum Engineering at ECU, Australia 2018.


Application Deadline: 30 July, 2018.

The Edith Cowan University is currently accepting applications for Petroleum Engineering First Cohort Scholarship to study the new Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum Engineering) Honours Degree (W17).

Course Level: Undergraduate Program.

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Eligible Nationalities: International students.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Be an International student, not an Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent Resident, or New Zealand Citizen.
  • Applicants must be available to commence study for Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum Engineering) Honours Degree (W17) in 2018.
  • They should ensure they meet the ECU’s academic direct entry requirements for the course of your choice.
  • Applicants must not be in receipt of a government scholarship or industry sponsorship.
  • Intend to study an undergraduate degree; and

Application Process: 

  • Students are invited to apply through any one of ECU’s Authorized Education Agents or online on the ECU Online Application Portal.

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  • Whilst ECU continues to offer this scholarship, all eligible applicants will be awarded a scholarship. No separate scholarship application is required. The scholarship will be awarded on first come first served bases, capped at a certain number as determined by ECU.

  • Admissions Office will assess each application accordingly and issue a supplementary letter, along with a Letter of Offer, to confirm whether the applicant has been successful.

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