Scholarships, and financial aid bursaries are part of Curtin’s commitment to rewarding academic excellence, supporting research and enabling students from all backgrounds to realise their potential.
These opportunities are available for both commencing and current Curtin Dubai undergraduate and postgraduate students. Scholarships are more than just financial support with tuition fees, they can enhance your portfolio of achievements. To find out if you qualify for it, you would be required to fill in an application.
Before applying, it’s important to understand the different types of funding available to prospective and current Curtin University Dubai students:
a. Students must apply for funding using the appropriate request form along with a supporting letter highlighting their merits or need for financial aid. Applications must be completed in full to be eligible. Incomplete
applications will be deemed unsuccessful.
b. All relevant supporting documents, including original academic documents must be presented to Curtin Dubai
for review before application deadline.
c. Students who receive a Conditional Offer Letter must provide the remaining documents and complete pending
formalities to continue to be enrolled in their units for the applicable teaching period. These documents need to
be provided by the census date to avoid automatic withdrawal.
d. To accept your funding offer, you will need to sign and submit the Award Letter to your Admissions Officer
Curtin university Dubai offers multiple scholarship & financial aids for international students. Below listed are different types of scholarships at our Dubai campus
Merit-based applications will be assessed by a selection panel based on the information you have provided. Your application will be reviewed by the Campus’s Student Funding Committee. As the Education Management Services provider, Transnational Academic Group Middle East FZ LLC will have the final authority on all scholarships, bursaries, and tuition grants decisions.
If you are applying for a need-based bursary or tuition grant, the assessment is based on answers to questions in the application form relating to socio-economic status, income and living arrangements and additional circumstances that affect your ability to study.
As a beneficiary, you need to ensure you get the most out of your award. Each funding category has conditions in place that are outlined in your terms and conditions. These conditions will require you to maintain standards of academic performance, study load and general conduct.
You may be considered for funding if you study part-time. Financial need-based funding allow part-time study; however, most merit-based funding is only offered for students who are studying full-time (75 or 100 credits per semester).
Your enrolment and results will be checked each teaching period to ensure you are meeting the conditions of your funding category. You will be notified if you have not met the requirements of your funding category.