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The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) delivers, through research and development, innovation to enhance the food, fibre and bioscience industries and living environmental systems. SARDI is a division of Primary Industry and Regions SA (PIRSA). In line with the PIRSA Reconciliation Action Plan, SARDI promotes opportunities which support Aboriginal people with their aspirations of sustainable solutions within primary industries, and invests in future workforces by supporting tertiary-level students through the establishment of a bursary for Aboriginal students. The SARDI Science Bursary for Aboriginal Students provides $1500 to an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander graduate to undertake post-graduate study in science at a tertiary institution in South Australia.
The Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Scholarship aims to assist outstanding but disadvantaged students, from a rural or regional area, that have been offered a full time place at an Australian university or college for the first time. Award value is approx. $5000 per annum and may be continued depending on academic performance.
The Seeley International Scholarship has been established to support students enrolled in a Bachelor of Engineering degree who have a demonstrated interest in Heating, Ventilation and Airconditioning (HVAC) technology.
A donation from the Department Education in conjunction with Flinders University has enabled the establishment of the Sir Eric Neal Scholarship. The aim of the scholarship is to provide financial assistance to regional and rural undergraduate students undertaking an engineering degree at Flinders University. The value of this scholarship awarded is $2,500 per year for up to four years. There will be one scholarship awarded annually.
A generous donation from the Sophia Fund, has enabled the establishment of the Sophia Fund Indigenous Bursaries. Subject to the availability of funds, two bursaries will be awarded annually and will be valued at $500 each. They have been established to encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to undertake a higher education course.
The Study Overseas Short Term Mobility Program subsidy is funded by the Department of Education and Training to encourage participation in nominated short term mobility programs. The subsidy will contribute towards the cost of economy class international airfares and domestic travel with the nominated program, and additional living expenses while in-country including accommodation and meals associated. Subject to the availability of funding, one or more subsidies valued at up to $2,000 each may be awarded each year.
The scholarship will provide financial assistance to penultimate year students in engineering or technical disciplines with an interest in sugar processing. Successful recipients will undertake three periods of full-time paid work placement in an Australian sugar mill over 18 months (12 weeks total).
The Carmel Baulderstone Memorial Scholarship will be established from 2014. The scholarship is designed to provide assistance to undergraduate nursing students admitted to the Bachelor of Nursing at Flinders University and enrolled in the second or third year of the course to undertake a Professional Experience Placement at a College of Nursing and Health Sciences -approved clinical education facility in a rural or remote setting.
The Ferry Scholarship is available to applicants undertaking an honours degree at either Flinders University, the University of South Australia, or the University of Adelaide in 2020. Applicants must be able to demonstrate financial need, be under the age of 25 years at 1 January 2020, and be Australian Citizens. Applicants must have obtained or be expecting to obtain an undergraduate degree majoring in physics and/or chemistry in 2019. Applicants must be eligible for enrolment in an honours degree in 2020. The allowance for the scholarship will be as determined by the Ferry Board of Management, up to $8000. Eligible applicants will be selected from those applying from any of the three South Australian Universities. Selection will be undertaken by the Ferry Board of Management in early 2020 based on academic merit and financial need.
The House Call Doctor Futures in Health Indigenous Scholarship recognises the immense contributions of Indigenous Australians throughout all sectors of society. However, the scholarship also acknowledges that Indigenous health professionals remain too few, numbering an estimated 0.3% of the national healthcare workforce.
A generous donation to honour the contribution made by Nita Curtis to the lives of people with severe disabilities, has enabled the establishment of The Nita Curtis Scholarship. The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage postgraduate training in disability studies and provide financial support to students in the Department of Disability Studies at Flinders University. Subject to the availability of funds, there will be one or more scholarships to the total value of $5,000 awarded annually.
A generous donation from The Sir Ross & Sir Keith Smith Fund has enabled the establishment of the The Sir Ross & Sir Keith Smith Fund Honours Scholarship. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide financial assistance to an undergraduate student undertaking an honours program in the Faculty of Science and Engineering, at Flinders University. Subject to the availability of funds, two scholarships valued at $3,500 each will be awarded annually.
The Capstone Editing Grant provides free thesis editing for one Masters student and one PhD student per year.
The Elite Editing Thesis Write-up Scholarship provides financial assistance for one postgraduate student per year for a period of 12 weeks to free them from other forms of employment and allow them to concentrate solely on the task of writing their thesis.
Flinders Living has established the University Hall Rural Scholarship for Continuing Students. The scholarship is available to students continuing to reside in University Hall. 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.
A generous donation by Dr Vic Beasley has enabled the establishment of the Vic Beasley Bursary. The bursary has been established to encourage financially disadvantaged students who have participated in the Flinders University Foundation Course to undertake higher education. Subject to the availability of funds, the bursary will be awarded annually and will be valued at $500.
A generous donation by the Wattle Range Council has enabled the establishment of the Wattle Range Council Hon Terry Roberts MLC Memorial Student Scholarship to recognize the contribution made by the late Hon Terry Roberts MLC to South Australia, the Wattle Range Council region and the Millicent community. The scholarship has been established to assist students from the Wattle Range Council area to commence undergraduate study at Flinders University. Subject to the availability of funds, there will be two scholarships awarded annually valued at $2,500 each. Payment will be made in two equal instalments, after each main semester census date.