Scholarships and mobility

Commonwealth Scholarships Program for South Australia

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Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment
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The Commonwealth Scholarships Program for South Australia offers support for undergraduate, postgraduate and vocational education and training scholars to undertake study, training and internships in South Australia.

Scholarships were offered for scholars studying from Certificate III to PhD levels in an area that would lead to employment in one of three streams:

  • Stream 1 – defence industry (including naval shipbuilding)
  • Stream 2 – advanced manufacturing, health services and medical research, tourism and hospitality, wine and food, and energy and resources
  • Stream 3 – South Australian state-based skills needs.

Scope Global develops, coordinates and manages scholarship application rounds (including communications and promotion), assessing and shortlisting scholarship applications, coordinating internships, providing support and monitoring the progress of scholars.

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