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With the BP40 Bursary Scheme, you'll get an Australian degree at our Sarawak campus without having to spend much on your tuition fees. Commence your studies in foundation, diploma or degree at a subsized cost with fees as low as most public universities in Malaysia.

Bursary Scheme Fees

Fee structure with the Bursary Scheme

BP40 Bursary Scheme Fees

**Yayasan Sarawak Study Loan

Students are eligible to apply for a Yayasan Sarawak Study Loan to cover the remaining fees. In addition to the fees, you will be awarded a living allowance loan of RM4,000 annually for the duration of your study, and upon graduation, you may receive rebates off your total tuition fee as detailed below:

- Attained a CGPA of 3.5 and above: 75% tuition fee rebate
- Attained a CGPA of 3.0 and above: 50% tuition fee rebate

2020 Intakes

 Foundation  5 October 2020
 Degree (Business & Engineering)  12 October 2020

For a complete list of our Business, Engineering, Computing, Science and Design programmes as well as other scholarships, visit

How to Apply?

Step 1

Fill up the form below and we'll tell you more.

Step 2

We will contact you once we've received your form.

During this stage, you will be able to enrol with us and will be provided with more information about the Bursary Scheme.

Step 3

Your offer letter is ready and will be sent to you!

All you need to do now is to accept the offer to enrol and your journey with Swinburne can finally begin.

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