College of Business and Economics Graduate Scholarship for an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Students
Awarded by Australian National University
The Scholarship aims to offset some of the financial burden of graduate coursework study. The awards are competitive and based on demonstrated need.
All enquiries regarding the scholarship and changes, deferment and further information after acceptance should be made to Marketing and Development Office, ANU College of Business and Economics.
To be eligible for consideration applicants must provide proof of Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent; identify as an Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and be accepted as such by the communities in which she/he has been or with which she/he is associated; have previously completed an undergraduate bachelors degree, and be applying to commence graduate study at the ANU College of Business and Economics for the first time;|and be successful, or will be successful, in receiving on offer of admission into the first year of a graduate program offered by the ANU College of Business and Economics.
The Scholarship will cover 100 per cent of the scholar’s domestic tuition fees (DTF). The Scholarship does not provide exemption from payment of reading and study materials, accommodation or any other cost associated with studying
There will be a call for applications each year by the ANU College of Business and Economics. Applications may consist of a prescribed form and a personal statement of need or motivation, which will be submitted to the College.
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