Fondo para el Desarrollo de Recursos Humanos (FIDERH) & UTS Grant - MEXICO

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

UTS is offering scholarships to Mexican citizens who have successfully applied for a postgraduate program at UTS and have qualified for financial support through the Fondo para el Desarrollo de Recursos Humanos (FIDERH). FIDERH provides loans to Mexican students to finance their postgraduate studies within and outside Mexico through the federal trust managed by the Central Bank of Mexico.


Applicants must: have met UTS academic and English language requirements for admission to postgraduate studies; have received your education loan from FIDERH; be an overseas student. To obtain the loans, students have to participate in one of the admission periods published on the FIDERH website. Applicants must complete the following steps: Obtain a UTS offer letter before applying for a FIDERH loan; Go to the UTS International application to study at UTS page and follow the steps on how to apply for a UTS Master's degree by coursework; Provide UTS with a copy of your FIDERH loan certificate (loan approval letter) to receive the scholarship.

Amount $5,000

UTS offers a tuition fee grant valued up to A$5,000 for up to 1 year for postgraduate coursework studies. The A$5,000 grant will be deducted from tuition fees for the first semester enrolment at UTS.

Frequency Occasional
Duration year
Gender Co-Ed
For Australian students
For international students
Level of study Postgraduate
Field of studys Accounting
Built environment
Business and management
Computing and information technology
Creative arts
Education and training
Engineering and technology
Environmental studies
Tourism and hospitality
Health services and support
Humanities and social sciences
Para-legal studies
Social work
Sport and leisure
Veterinary science
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