Vietnam Scholarship

Deakin is offering a 20% scholarship to Vietnamese citizens living in Vietnam with consistently high academic performance and the potential to make a leading contribution to the university and its communities.

Important dates

Applications now open

Applications close Trimester 3, 2024


This scholarship is available for the normal duration of the course*

  • 20% of the student contributions (tuition fees)

Payments will be applied to your fee record after each applicable census date.

*Other fees not covered by this scholarship may apply. The scholarship will not be applied to study beyond the normal duration of the course (whether because of additional units undertaken or repeated units).

Eligibility criteria

Applicants must:


To be eligible you must meet one of the following in your most recent qualification/studies:

Undergraduate Entry Requirements

  • Have studied the equivalent of at least one trimester at any university in Vietnam and achieve a WAM of at least 65%
  • Completed High School in Vietnam (local or international) with:
    • minimum 8.0** or higher
      • **The above number refers to a grade point average (GPA) out of 10
    • ATAR – 5 points above the lowest selection rank of an applicant to which an offer was made in the selection year
    • International Baccalaureate (IB) – 27 (Law related courses & Optometry - 33)
    • UK A Levels – 2 points above the entry score
  • Completion of Foundation or Diploma from Deakin College with an overall WAM of 65%.

Postgraduate Entry Requirements

Have completed a bachelor degree or at least one trimester at postgraduate level at any University in Vietnam and achieved a weighted average mark (WAM) of at least 65%.

How to apply

All eligible prospective students will be automatically assessed for the scholarship and will be advised of the outcome.

For more information, please email Deakin International Admissions.

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