Study Abroad Ambassador Scholarships
Become a La Trobe University Study Abroad Ambassador!
The La Trobe University Study Abroad Program offers outstanding students the opportunity to apply for a prestigious La Trobe University Study Abroad Ambassador Scholarship.
Successful students can undertake an integrative program during their Study Abroad Semester, which includes a combination of cultural outings, networking opportunities and special events at no extra cost. It is expected that scholarship recipients will act as future ambassadors of La Trobe University after returning home.
Scholarships are A$1000 per student. In 2011, La Trobe University would have provided more than A$40 000 to support the Study Abroad Ambassador Scholarship scheme.
Please note: scholarship availability may vary each year. Please check here for current information.
How do I apply?
Download the La Trobe Abroad Ambassador application form (PDF 510KB) and submit your completed application to email@example.com by Friday 31 January 2014, for students commencing in Semester 1, 2014 (February-June).
The deadline for Semester 2, 2014 (July-November) applicants will be updated on this website once applications are open.
The form details what information is required. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
This scholarship is only available to incoming fee paying study abroad students for the semester noted in the application.
How will I know if I’m successful?
Please allow a few weeks for your application outcome to be sent to you via email. Scholarships can be transferred electronically to a nominated bank account.
For any queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
''My experience in Australia turned out to be incredible; studying here has shown me how meaningful interaction with people outside my country of origin really is. Learning to function in a new culture is challenging because I had to think outside of my normal comfort zones, but I learned a lot and and it gave me more ideas of how best to live. I feel that I learned to understand people on a deeper level that I could only understand by living with other cultures."
Zachary J. Roman, United States
Study Abroad in the Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty
Ambassador Scholarship recipient