The Edith Cowan University is inviting applications for IEEE Computer Society Cyber Security Scholarships. The studentships are awarded in the field of Cyber Security.
The studentships are available for students intending to enroll in the Bachelor of Science (Cyber Security) or Master of Cyber Security at ECU.
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ECU offers innovative and practical courses across a variety of disciplines and they have a vibrant research culture. ECU is a leader in developing alternative entry pathways to higher education.
Why at The Edith Cowan University? ECU the modern descendant of the first institution of higher education in Western Australia. The university has partnerships with several education institutions to conduct courses and programs offshore.
University or Organization: The Edith Cowan University
Course Level: Bachelor of Science (Cyber Security) or Master of Cyber Security
Award: 20% discount on your tuition fees
Access Mode: Online
Number of Awards: NA
Nationality: International students
The program can be taken in Australia
Application Deadline: Closed
- Eligible Countries: International students are eligible to apply.
- Entrance Requirements: To be eligible for this application
- have achieved the minimum score on a relevant Certification from the IEEE Computer Society;
- be an international student intending to enroll in the Bachelor of Science (Cyber Security) or Master of Cyber Security at ECU, or be a domestic fee-paying student intending to enroll in the Master of Cyber Security;
- meet ECU’s English and academic direct admission requirements for the course;
- not have a pending course application with ECU or be enrolled in the course at ECU; and
- commence your course within four months of being granted pre-approval for the opportunity .
How to Apply
- How to Apply: If you are made an offer for an ECU course, your fees will be adjusted automatically. Email your IEEE certificate to studyecu-ay-ecu.edu.au.
- Language Requirements: Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.