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The Country Education Foundation of Australia (CEFA) is a national not for profit organisation that helps rural communities establish local education foundations. These local education foundations are members of CEFA and raise funds to provide financial assistance to local youth to assist them achieve their post high school education and vocation goals. To apply for financial assistance applicants must live or attend high school in a community that has a local education foundation. Contact details of each local education foundation are listed on the website below. CEFA recipients (someone who has received financial assistance from a CEFA education foundation community) who attend Flinders University as a full time undergraduate student will receive additional financial assistance from the University, with preference given to first year students. Typically grants can be worth between $250 and $2,000.
DEAN JAENSCH SCHOLARSHIP
The Dean Jaensch Scholarship was established in 2010 to encourage students to study an Honours program in Politics and Public Policy.
Flinders Living has established the Deirdre Jordan Village Rural Scholarship for Commencing Students. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide financial assistance to a rural first year student. Subject to the availability of funds there will be one annual scholarship valued at $1,000 which will be credited to the recipient's Accommodation Fee account at Flinders Living.
Flinders Living has established the Deirdre Jordan Village Rural Scholarship for Continuing Students. The scholarship is available to students continuing to reside in Deirdre Jordan Village. Subject to the availability of funds there will be one annual scholarship valued at $1,000 which will be credited to the recipient's Accommodation Fee account at Flinders Living.
The Government of South Australia (Department of Environment and Water) are offering PhD scholarships to support research Investigating alternative methods of using animals in biomedical testing or alternate protocols for animal welfare relate to production
The Fund shall award at least four travel grants per annum to students enrolled in a Masters Degree by research or PhD in the Faculty of Science and Engineering on a full-time basis. Each travel grant will be a maximum of $2,000. The travel grants are to assist meeting the economy class round-trip airfare and living expenses involved in attending an overseas conference. Applications for support to attend a major conference in a recognized international series being held in Australia will also be considered.
The bursary has been established to encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to undertake a higher education course, specifically in the field of education, including special education. The value of the bursary will be $500. The bursary will be awarded to an undergraduate student on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic merit, with preference given to a female student.
A generous donation by Ms Fij Miller has enabled the establishment of the Fij Miller Indigenous Bursary. This bursary has been established to encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to undertake higher education study. Subject to the availability of funds, one bursary will be awarded annually. The value of the bursary will be a minimum $1000. Applicants for the bursary must: (a) be of Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent; and identify as an Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander; and be accepted as an Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander by the community in which he or she lives or has lived; and (b) be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate course of study at Flinders University.
Flinders University offers bursaries to selected sponsored international students wishing to undertake postgraduate studies either at the Masters or PhD level.
Further information from Flinders University International Office website
Flinders Business has established an Honours Scholarship to provide financial assistance to an undergraduate student undertaking an honours program at Flinders University.
The Flinders Business School recognises students with high academic performance and the potential to make a leading contribution to Flinders University and our growing community of international students worldwide. The Flinders Business School are offering eligible international students a 15% partial fee scholarship for the duration of their course at Flinders University.
Flinders University has established the Flinders University International Travel scholarship to assist students to enhance their Flinders University studies by providing an international perspective.
Subject to the availability of funding, one or more grants valued at either $500 (short term) or $1,000 (for semester) will be awarded in each year.
The scholarship has been established to encourage postgraduate study in biotechnology. Scholarships will be awarded, on the basis of academic merit, to those privately funded, fee paying international students currently enrolled full-time in the Master of Biotechnology / Master of Biotechnology Studies. Applicants must have satisfactorily completed at least 18 units of study in their first semester of the course, and be commencing their second semester of full-time study in the course in Semester 1 or Semester 2 of the year in which the award is made. A separate application is not required. The scholarship provides fee remission of 25% of the annual standard international student tuition fee charged by Flinders University. The scholarship is awarded for one year of study.
The University has established the Flinders University Student Access Scholarships to provide financial support to 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 students who are commencing or commenced tertiary studies for the first time in the current academic year. The scholarship will be valued at $2500.
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.
Through the kind generosity of alumni and friends who have made a donation to the Scholarship Fund, Flinders University has established the Student Impact Scholarships for continuing coursework students requiring financial assistance.
Each scholarship will have a value of $5,000 per annum paid in equal instalments after the census date of each semester.
The purpose of the Thesis Write-Up Stipend is to assist non-scholarship holder research higher degree students to write-up and submit their theses. The thesis write-up stipend will normally pay the equivalent of a Flinders University Research Scholarship for: six months full-time in the case of PhD and MD students; or three months full-time in the case of Masters students. Selection of award holders will be undertaken by the Scholarships Committee on the basis of the following criteria: maturity of the applicant's research (degree to which the thesis is prepared in draft, publications, conference papers presented, etc); the supervisor's appraisal of the quality of the thesis draft; and availability of other sources of support. More information and application forms can be obtained from the scholarships website.
Applications are invited for the Volunteer Service for FMC Inc - FMC Foundation Research Scholarship. The scholarship is available for PhD students to undertake a health related project within the Faculty of Health Sciences. The scholarship is funded by the Volunteer Services for FMC Inc and the FMC Foundation. The scholarship will provide a tax-free stipend of $25,000 pa, for full-time study for up to three years, subject to satisfactory progress. The scholarship offers generous leave provisions and allowances. Scholars receive an additional allowance of up to $2,000 per annum for conference travel and consumables. Domestic students (Australian citizens and permanent residents) will receive a Research Training Scheme place, which provides an exemption from tuition fees. International students must have a tuition fee waiver for the duration of the candidature as this is not covered by the scholarship. Students who have completed at least four years of tertiary education studies at a high level of achievement and have an appropriate Honours 1 or high 2A (or equivalent) undergraduate degree; and are enrolling as full-time students (part-time awards are available in certain circumstances); and will commence a Doctorate by research. Application forms can be downloaded below. Intending applicants should enclose with their application, a covering letter indicating that they wish to be considered for this scholarship.