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The AJ and IM Naylon Honours Scholarship provides financial assistance to undergraduate students enrolled in an honours program offered by Flinders University and undertaking a research project relevant to Australian agriculture, particularly in the areas of biodiversity and conservation, biotechnology, environmental health, environmental protection and inland aquaculture. Six scholarships valued at $7,000 each will be awarded annually. The scholarship is available for the normal duration of the Honours year (one year full-time or two years part-time).
The purpose of this scholarship is to support high achieving students commencing a Bachelor of Engineering (Maritime) (Honours) degree. The scholarship is funded by a donation from EJC Carr & Associates.
Number of scholarships
One scholarship will be available per annum, subject to funding.
Each scholarship will have a value of $2000.
Applications will be accepted from part-time students who have extenuating circumstances that prevent them from studying full-time (e.g. disabilities, carer responsibilities). Part-time recipients will be paid pro-rata for a maximum of 2 years.
The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic merit. Selection will be made in accordance with procedures approved by the Director, Student Administration.
The scholarship will be valid for one year.
Leave from the scholarship can be taken concurrently with leave from study for a maximum of one semester.
Applications should be submitted online through the Flinders University Student Information System by the specified closing date.
Applications should be submitted online through the Flinders University Student System by the specified closing date.
The College of Medicine and Public Health has established Honours Scholarships to provide financial assistance to undergraduate students undertaking an honours research project within the College.
Subject to the availability of funds, there will be two annual scholarships up to the value of $2,500 each.
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences has established Honours Scholarships to provide financial assistance to undergraduate students undertaking an honours research project in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders University. Their purpose is to build Honours engagement and research across all disciplines in the College.
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 Business has established an Honours Scholarship to provide financial assistance to an undergraduate student undertaking an honours program at Flinders University.
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.
Fulbright Postgraduate Scholarships are available to Australian citizens to engage in 8 - 12 months of research relevant to an Australian PhD; or undertake an approved course of study in an American higher degree or its equivalent. These scholarships are aimed at current PhD students, honours students, or honours graduates who are considering postgraduate study in the US. Further information and application forms can be obtained from the website below.
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.
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.
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.
The purpose of the Research Preparation Scholarship for Indigenous Students is to support an indigenous student for one year, while undertaking a program of study that will, on completion, qualify them for admission to a research higher degree. Such studies may include; honours study; post graduate course work; research projects; bridging programs, or other studies needed in order for the applicant to qualify them in principle for a research higher degree program. The successful awardee will able to demonstrate academic potential and explain how their education has been compromised by the lack of suitable educational pathways or how financial harship may have hindered academi potential.
The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage study related to aged care and to provide financial assistance to students in the Bachelor of Nursing.