Flinders University International Travel Scholarship Rules


Applicants must:

• Be an enrolled onshore student in an undergraduate course at Flinders University at the time of application and throughout the duration of  their scholarship; and

• have successfully completed at least 36 units of the undergraduate course at the commencement of overseas study; or

• have successfully completed at least 18 units of the postgraduate course at the commencement of overseas study; and

• be accepted into a semester length international WIL project or practicum, a semester exchange, or an approved  short term mobility program; and

• have their overseas study count as credit towards their course of study at Flinders University; and

• not be in receipt of any other Flinders University administered award which provides travel assistance.


The scholarship will be awarded for study undertaken overseas for a period of no longer than six months. Applicants will be eligible for a scholarship to contribute towards the cost of economy class international airfares and domestic travel with the nominated program, and additional living expenses while in-country including accommodation and meals associated.

The scholarship will be withdrawn if the subsidy holder ceases to meet the eligibility criteria specified above.


The scholarships will be funded by the Flinders International. The number of scholarships to be awarded will be determined by the Vice President and Pro-Vice Chancellor (International) (or nominee).


The Flinders University International Travel scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic merit and the extent to which an applicant’s proposed program of study will enhance their Flinders University studies by providing an international perspective. Selection will be made in consultation with Student Finance Services and Flinders International.


Scholarship recipients who obtain other travel assistance awards concurrent with the Flinders University International Travel scholarship must immediately inform Student Finance Services. Student Finance reserves the right to reduce the value of the award if the recipient is offered other scholarships.


Recipients will be paid in a single instalment into their nominated bank account.


The name and academic qualifications of successful applicants may be published by the University once the scholarship has been accepted.