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The Government of Japan is calling for applications from young Australians who would like to spend at least one year in Japan under an exchange programme for graduates. The Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme seeks to help enhance internationalisation in Japan by promoting mutual understanding between Japan and other nations. The programme aims to enhance foreign language education in Japan, and to promote international exchange at the local level through fostering ties between Japanese youth and foreign youth. Further information and application forms are available from the website below. Applications for the 2011 JET Programme will open in October 2010.
One study grant to the value of $1,000 (based on a full-time study load, or proportionately reduced for a part-time load) in each of the four faculties will be awarded annually. Applicants must be women who: have normally gained entry to the University either by Adult Year 12 or by Special Entry Assessment; and will be students in the last year of their first undergraduate degrees. The study grants will be awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic merit. Further information and application forms can be downloaded from the Scholarships website.
The Joyner Scholarships in Arts, Law, Medicine and Science have been established to encourage postgraduate and other advanced research of original or progressive nature leading to advancement of knowledge in any branch or aspect of arts, law, medicine or science. The scholarships pay an indexed stipend which is 10% above the Australian Government Research Training Program rate for arts, law and science students. Joyner Scholarships are tenable for up to three years for a Doctorate by research, or up to two years for a Masters degree. Further information and application kits are available from the scholarships website.
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 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 Lesley Shorne Memorial Scholarship was established in 2011. The Scholarship will recognise and support a mature age woman commencing a Doctor of Medicine in a Commonwealth supported place at Flinders University. The Scholarship aims to support a woman who has a demonstrated commitment to improving the well-being of women through their involvement as a volunteer, through work or study in the areas of Health, Education Safety, Social Justice, Poverty or Advocacy. The successful Lesley Shorne Scholar will receive $750 annually for up to 4 years.
Applicants for the Lillian de Lissa Scholarship are invited from permanent and contract (2 years minimum) employees of the Department of Education who are working with children aged (birth to 8 years). The scholarship is available to persons with a qualification in early childhood education (birth to 8 years) who wish to undertake postgraduate studies in early childhood. The Lillian de Lissa Full Scholarship is to a maximum of $36,000 (tax exempt). The purpose of the scholarship is to enable the applicant to take leave from employment to complete postgraduate research in early childhood education leading to a higher degree.
The purpose of this scholarship is to support an early childhood professional to undertake a postgraduate degree with an early childhood specialisation.
The MACC Scholarships provide Malaysian and Australian students the opportunity to experience diverse cultures and new lifestyle through sponsored education. The MACC Scholarships program is one of a number of education initiatives proposed under the collective banner of the Malaysia Australia Colombo Plan Commemoration (MACC) initiative, in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the highly successful Colombo Plan. It is widely acknowledged that Colombo Plan scholars have played key roles in Malaysia''s development and in building Australia''s strong and close ties with Malaysia, especially at the personal and business levels. Many of these Colombo Plan Scholars are now prominent and influential in government, business and academia in Malaysia. A number of undergraduate and postgraduate courses are available under the MACC Scholarships program, ranging from Commerce and Business Studies to Science, Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology to Biotechnology and Environmental Studies; and offered by several reputable universities and private colleges. A full listing is available at the website below. Further information is available at the website below.
The Flinders University and Manipal University Biotechnology Scholarships have been established to encourage postgraduate study in biotechnology. The scholarship provides fee remission of 25% of the annual standard international student tuition fee charged by Flinders University for the Master of Biotechnology Studies course. Students awarded a scholarship under this scheme will be required to pay the balance of their tuition fees, together with all other study-related and living expenses, including Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC). Applicants for the scholarship must: be international students; and have completed the Bachelor of Biotechnology (Manipal University) and be enrolled as full-time students in the Master of Biotechnology Studies. A separate application is not required, but applicants must be nominated by Manipal University.
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.
Neville Bonner Memorial Scholarship is for an Indigenous Australian to study Honours or combined Honours in Political Science or related subjects such as government, political geography, political history, political anthropology or political economics. The Scholarship is available for study at Honours level at any Australian university. The Scholarship is equivalent in value to the Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship Stipend in the year of award, paid over the period of the Scholarship, which is two consecutive academic semesters of full-time study (or pro rata over two years for approved part-time study). In 2018 the Scholarship is valued at $27,596. The scholarship also includes up front payments of the student contribution amounts relevant to the Honours year of study.
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.
Applications should be submitted online through the Flinders University Student Information System. Applicants will need to login and navigate to the My Scholarships tab to submit an application. Please read the how to apply page and ensure all of your personal details are up-to-date in Student Two before applying as you will be assessed using the information in the Student System, including, ATSI status home and semester address, citizenship etc.
The NTMP Poche Indigenous Clinical Student Scholarship has been established by The Poche Centre for Indigenous Health Alice Springs at Flinders University. The scholarship is designed to provide financial assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who are enrolled in the 3rd or 4th year of the Doctor of Medicine in the Northern Territory Medical Program; and address the substantial level of family responsibilities and other costs incurred by Indigenous students in the course of their tertiary study.
At least one scholarship of upto $25,000 per annum will be offered each year.
The University has established the Overseas Field Trip Grant to provide funding towards overseas field trips for competent postgraduate research students whose theses would be greatly improved by the opportunity to undertake research and collection of data which is inaccessible in Australia.
A generous donation from the Trustees of the Estate of the late Peter Bailie, a former Director of Administration and Registrar of the University, established the Peter Bailie Scholarship in Clinical Nursing. After many years of supporting students undertaking postgraduate courses in Clinical Nursing and after consultation with the Trustees, the scholarships’ focus has now shifted to reflect the life and work of Peter by encouraging the successful retention and graduation of Indigenous students in the Health Sciences.
Applications are invited for PhD Research Scholarships in the areas of Healthy Development: disciplines include, but are not restricted to, biochemistry, biomedical engineering, biostatistics, demography, dentistry, economics, education, endocrinology, epidemiology, ethics, genetics, indigenous health, law, nutrition, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, pharmacology, physiology, politics, psychiatry, psychology, public health and sociology.