Applications for Australia Awards Scholarships now close on 31 May 2021. Any further adjustments to application requirements will be published on this website and on OASIS. Please check both sites regularly for updates.
Please note revisions in the following priority fields of study for Master’s applicants under the purview of the Royal Civil Service Commission.
|Field of Study||Target Group||Required Academic Background||Revisions highlighted in bold)|
|Education (Curriculum Studies)||Primary Teachers, Education Monitoring Officers, Subject Coordinators, Curriculum Developers||Bachelor of Education. In addition, applicants must meet university/specific course requirements.||Bachelor’s degree/Bachelor of Education. In addition, applicants must meet university/specific course requirements.|
|Forensic Accounting||Finance Services, preferably with PGDFM (to be transferred to Anti-Corruption Commission after course completion)||Bachelor of Commerce or Accounting. In addition, applicants must meet university/course specific requirements.||Field of study- Forensic Accounting is changed to Professional Accounting (with Forensic Accounting module)|
English Language Requirements
As English language test centres are currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Australia Awards has made the following adjustments to the English language requirement.
Applications will be accepted without an English language proficiency test result for eligibility purposes. However, in the event the applicant is shortlisted or selected for a Scholarship, the applicant will be required to take an English language test and submit the notarised copy of the test result to the Australia Awards – Bhutan office.