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About this scholarship

In 2023 and 2024 the School of Culture, History & Language, in the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific ('the School') may offer one award each year known as the Myint Zan Scholarship for the Master of Asian and Pacific Studies ('the Award').
The objective of the Award is to support two outstanding Master's students to build unique regional expertise in Asian and Pacific Students through the Master of Asian and Pacific Studies program.
Funding for this Award has been provided by Professor Myint Zan, a retired Burmese legal academic, ANU alumnus and committed donor to the ANU.



$ 10,000

per annum

Payments made in Semester 1 each year

2 on offer

Payments made for 2 years

  • Student types

  • Student levels

    Postgraduate coursework, Graduate Certificate, Master Degree
  • Number of scholarships awarded

    2 on offer
  • Selection bases

    Academic merit
  • Ongoing eligibility

    Continuation based on academic performance

Field of study

Master of Asian and Pacific Studies



The Award is available to an ANU student who is, in Semester 1 of 2023 or Semester 1 of 2024, enrolled in their first semester of a postgraduate Master of Asia and Pacific Studies program in the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.

Additional information

The value of the Award is stated in your letter of offer. The duration of the Award is for two years. The Award is paid in equal instalments at the beginning of Semester 1 each year unless otherwise stated in the letter of offer.
The recipient is responsible for making payment of all tuition fees by the prescribed date as set out by the University each session. Recipients of the Award are responsible for the costs of books, study materials, accommodation and all other costs of study.

There is no application as students are automatically considered based on them meeting the eligibility criteria or conditions prescribed under the Eligibility section.

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Selection is made on the basis of applicants meeting the eligibility criteria and the applicant's academic records submitted as part of the admission application. Applicants will be ranked in order of the highest Grade Point Average (GPA) on a 7-point scale as calculated from the highest award completed according to the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) (

Contact us:

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