20 Bangladeshis receive Australia Awards Scholarship
Twenty Bangladeshi nationals have received Australia Awards Scholarship to study master's programme at Australia's world-class universities, said a press release today.
The recipients include public sector leaders, scientists, information technology specialists, academics and community development workers.
"I strongly encourage you all to live up to the Australia Awards ethos: to make a difference, by being courageous and adventurous, by inspiring positive change and by helping to strengthen the links between our two countries," said Australian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Jeremy Bruer while congratulating the recipients.
Applications for the next round of Australia Awards Scholarship opened today and will close on April 30.
During this pandemic, a new wave of fully funded international scholarships was on rising. These grants gave hope to the students to pursue higher education in top ranked international universities with the least possible entry requirements. The IELTS, GRE, and TOEFL tests were postponed during the pandemic and due to this most of the universities waived off this requirement for scholarship applicants; making it easier for students to apply for fundings.
For more information about the application process and Australia awards in Bangladesh, visit www.australiaawardsbangladesh.org