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The University has established the Flinders University Student Access Scholarships to provide financial support students from low SES backgrounds who are commencing their first year of undergraduate study at Flinders University.
Subject to the availability of funds, scholarships will be available for the first year of study at Flinders University and will be worth $5,000.
The Flinders University Student Association (FUSA) promotes and advances the rights, interests and
welfare of students. In support of this objective, funds are available to help students pursue opportunities that sit outside of
the normal curriculum. FUSA Development Grants can be put towards the cost of attending activities or events that focus on professional development, student representation and leadership, through to opportunities that are cultural or socially significant. Successful applicants must be willing to share their experiences or any knowledge gained with the wider student body. Further information and the application guidelines, eligibility criteria, and application form are available from the FUSA website.
A generous donation from the Fehring family and Flinders Living has enabled the establishment of the Hayley Fehring Rural Scholarship. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide financial assistance to a rural first year student. The value of this scholarship will be $1,000 per annum which will be credited to the recipient's Accommodation Fee account at Flinders Living.
The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage high achieving female students to pursue study in engineering.
The Heather Barnes Scholarship is available to undergraduate students of Flinders University enrolled in the second or later year of their course. One or more annual scholarships to a total value of $2,000 based on a full-time load, or proportionately reduced for a part-time load are available. Applicants for the scholarship must: be an Australian citizen or permanent resident of Australia and normally reside in South Australia. The value of the scholarship will be reduced to a maximum of $1,000 if the scholarship holder concurrently holds a Commonwealth Learning Scholarship. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic merit. Further information is available from the Scholarships website.
The Bizify's Indigenous and Minority Business Sponsorship aims to support the growth of startups amongst the indigenous and minority communities. It is an award offered to indigenous and culturally diverse students currently enrolled in Business Accounting and/or Computer Science tertiary education courses and are interested. The scholarship is designed to help indigenous and culturally diverse students who are passionate about making a difference in the startup world to further their skill, gain priceless industry knowledge and promote their work.
Flinders University administers the Indigenous Commonwealth Scholarships on behalf of the Australian Government. The purpose of the Indigenous Commonwealth Scholarships is to provide financial assistance to suitably qualified indigenous students. Two types of scholarships are available: Indigenous Commonwealth Education Costs Scholarship and Enabling Indigenous Commonwealth Education Scholarship. In 2012 the scholarship value will be $2,377 per annum. Indigenous Commonwealth Education Costs Scholarships are available for a maximum of 4 years. Enabling Indigenous Commonwealth Education Scholarships are available for a maximum of 1 year. Further details are available on the application form.
The College of Science and Engineering has established the International Placement Travel Grant for international placement of Science and Engineering students. The purpose of the grant is to assist students to undertake their placement overseas to enhance their Flinders University studies by providing an international perspective Subject to the availability of funding, three or more scholarships valued at up to $2000 each will be available per annum. Applications must be made on the prescribed form, which can be downloaded from the University website, and lodged by the specified closing date.
The Jessie Cooper Scholarship for Women (Adult Entry) has been established to provide financial assistance for mature age women facing financial or personal circumstances inhibiting them from finishing their degrees.
The purpose of this scholarship is to recognise and support regional and rural students studying the Bachelor of Nursing (Pre-registration). Two scholarships will be available each year from 2018, for as long as funding permits. The scholarship has been established through a $100,000 grant from the Government of South Australia
The LAC Scholarship for Tomorrows Legal Professionals is aimed towards those who are in the faculty of law and undertaking legal study, looking to help ease the financial burden that is put upon them for choosing to further their own education in spite of the option to immediately join the workforce to begin immediately earning.
CMLawyers scholarship prize is open to any legal student enrolled full time at an accredited Australian university who can answer the question: What piece of Australian legislation would you like to see changed and why?
The prestigious Dunstan Foundation Len King Scholarship assists individuals who, for financial reasons, would not otherwise be able to attend university to fulfil their dream of studying law. The Dunstan Foundation Len King scholarship is for $15,000 per annum paid for up to four years. The scholarship will initially be awarded for a maximum of three years. Recipients may be eligible for one six month extension subject to application and consideration by the Faculty.
The LOGOS Australian Centre for Hellenic Culture and Language is a newly established centre for the training and promotion of Greek language teaching. A grant from The Premier of South Australia has enabled the establishment of the LOGOS Modern Greek Scholarship. Up to 35 postgraduate and undergraduate LOGOS Modern Greek scholarships will be awarded between 2012 and 2016, commencing in 2012. The aim of the Undergraduate scholarship is to provide financial assistance to undergraduate students undertaking a Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Languages course or a Bachelor of Education/ Bachelor of Arts course (majoring in Modern Greek) at Flinders University, specialising in the teaching of Modern Greek. Undergraduate scholarships, with a value of up to $5,000 per annum, will be available for undergraduate enrolment at Flinders University.6
The Marine Biology/Aquaculture Scholarship is available to an undergraduate student enrolled in the degree of Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology or Bachelor of Technology (Aquaculture), who is a permanent resident of Eyre Peninsula. Three annual scholarships valued at $1,000 each are awarded annually. This rural scholarship will be awarded for one full-time year of study (36 units) or its part-time equivalent.
This scholarship was established in 2015 by donations to the Matthew Flinders Memorial Statue Fund.
The object of the scholarship is to:
Scholarships are offered by the City of West Torrens through the Max and Bette Mendelson Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship Scheme.The number of Max and Bette Mendelson Foundation scholarships made available in any year and the annual value of the scholarships are determined by the City of West Torrens, acting on the advice of the Management Committee of the Max and Bette Mendelson Foundation.
A generous donation by the City of Mitcham to commemorate Mr Harvey Hayes, the former Town Clerk of the City of Mitcham who served in that position for a period of 27 years (1952-1979) and who was invested with the OBE in 1980 for his services to Local Government, has enabled the establishment of The Memorial Harvey Hayes Scholarship. The scholarship has been established to assist Flinders University undergraduate students living within the City of Mitcham area, who are making a positive contribution to the local area. Subject to the availability of funds, the scholarship will be awarded annually and will be valued at $1000.
The New Colombo Plan mobility program is an initiative of the Australian Government to encourage undergraduate students to undertake study or internships in approved countries in Asia.
Students will need to be undertaking approved programs of overseas study as part of a New Columbo Mobility program. Participants in these programs will be advised of the application process. The value of the scholarship varies according to the program. The scholarship will be awarded for up to 2 semesters of overseas study.
·be Australian Citizens (please note: students must not hold or have ever been a citizen, permanent resident, or held residency rights in a Host Location); and
·be enrolled in an Australian University at the time of application and throughout the overseas study program; and
·be undertaking a Bachelor's degree (Pass or Honours) at the commencement of the program; and
. have successfully completed at least 36 units of the undergraduate course with a grade point average 4.5 or above at the commencement of overseas study; and
·be between 18 and 28 years of age or over the age of 28 on a case by case basis at the commencement of the overseas study; and
·be nominated into and have confirmed their participation in the relevant New Colombo Plan mobility program and;
. have their overseas study count as credit or be a mandatory part of their course of study at Flinders University; and
·not be in receipt of any other Flinders University administered award which provides travel assistance.
The Northern Territory Medical Program Bursary has been established to provide financial assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students enrolled in the Northern Territory Medical Program at Flinders University.
Each Bursary has a value of of $20,000 per year for four years.
An applicant must:
• Be of Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent and be accepted as an Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander by the community in which he or she lives or has lived; and
• Be an Australian citizen; and
• Be enrolled as a full-time student in the Flinders University Northern Territory Medical Program; and
• Be able to demonstrate financial need.
Application forms can be downloaded below
• Via email: email@example.com
• Via Post: PO Box 362, Charles Darwin University, NT, 0815
• In Person: Yellow Building 4, cnr University Drive North and University Drive West, Charles Darwin University, Brinkin, NT 0810
Aunty Phoebe Wanganeen devoted her life to helping others realise their potential through improved access to education. The Phoebe Wanganeen Indigenous Scholarship Program has been set up to assist young Aboriginal and Torres Strait residents (25 years or under) to contribute to and benefit from the growth the City of Salisbury is experiencing by providing scholarships of up to $2,000 to undertake either an undergraduate degree at any South Australian University OR vocational training course at TAFE SA.
Executive Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Flinders University, has a special interest in furthering the education and training of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as health professionals.
The Professor Michael Kidd AM Scholarship has been established in perpetuity to support the retention and successful graduation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students as health professionals.
The Professor Ross Kalucy Indigenous Well-Being Scholarship was established in 2012. The scholarship is intended to support the retention and successful graduation of indigenous students with a particular focus on increasing capacity in the area of mental health/social and emotional well-being. Subject to the availability of funds, a minimum of one scholarship with a minimum value of $750 may be awarded each year.