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Applications for the January 2018 intake is ongoing and will close on 30 April 2017 at 11:59 PM. Note that to apply, you only need to submit the following documents by closing time: Fully accomplished application form, Curriculum Vitae, Transcript of Records, Certificate of GWA/GPA, and Reentry Action Plan. See here for details on timeframe of submission of documents.

Interested applicants are invited to attend the following information sessions to learn more about the eligibility criteria and requirements of the scholarships:

  • In Cagayan de Oro City: Tuesday, 21 March 2017, 3:00PM at the Skills Mastery Institute, Jacinto Tan Bldg, Capistrano St, Cagayan de Oro City
  • In Cebu City: Thursday, 23 March 2017, 5:30PM at the Best Western Plus Lex Hotel, Escario St cor Juana Osmena Extension
  • In Metro Manila: Tuesday, 28 March 2017, 5:30PM at the Old Swiss Inn, Somerset Olympia Bldg, Makati Ave.

Kindly confirm your attendance at http://www.australiaawardsphilippines.org/confirm.

Mentoring is a unique feature of the Australia Awards Scholarships Program in the Philippines. Awardees from the Philippines enjoy a relationship with highly-competent mentors to help them adjust to their roles as students in Australia. Australia Awards mentors are also instrumental in the reintegration of the scholars and in the implementation of the re-entry action plans (REAP).

Australia Awards Video – Australia Awards Mentoring Program (Edz/Rene and Eric/Lina)


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DLSU-UoN Graduation Speech - by Lady Hanifah Mindalano

To the Australian Ambassador to the Philippines, Her Excellency Amanda Gorely; University of Newcastle Pro Vice-Chancellor for International and Advancement Mrs. Winnie Eley; DLSU President Br. Raymundo Suplido; College of Business Dean Dr. Brian Gozun; Faculty of Business and Law Assistant Dean Dr. Tony Drew; DLSU Commerical Law Department Chair Atty. Antonio Ligon; CHED Chairperson Hon. Patricia Licuanan; DLSU Alumni Association Dr. Derrick Yu; administrators, university fellows, faculty and graduates, friends and family, good afternoon. Read More »


Mentoring is a unique feature of the Australia Awards Scholarships Program in the Philippines. Awardees from the Philippines enjoy a relationship with highly-competent mentors to help them adjust to their roles as students in Australia. Australia Awards mentors are also instrumental in the reintegration of the scholars and in the implementation of the re-entry action plans (REAP).

Australia Awards Video – Australia Awards Mentoring Program (Edz/Rene and Eric/Lina)


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Thirty Filipinos Graduate from Joint Australia-Philippine University Program

Thirty high-achieving Filipinos are the first graduates of a joint industrial relations and human resource management course offered by De La Salle University (DLSU) and Australia’s University of Newcastle (UoN). Read More »

DLSU-UoN Graduation Speech - by Lady Hanifah Mindalano

To the Australian Ambassador to the Philippines, Her Excellency Amanda Gorely; University of Newcastle Pro Vice-Chancellor for International and Advancement Mrs. Winnie Eley; DLSU President Br. Raymundo Suplido; College of Business Dean Dr. Brian Gozun; Faculty of Business and Law Assistant Dean Dr. Tony Drew; DLSU Commerical Law Department Chair Atty. Antonio Ligon; CHED Chairperson Hon. Patricia Licuanan; DLSU Alumni Association Dr. Derrick Yu; administrators, university fellows, faculty and graduates, friends and family, good afternoon. Read More »