Applicants must be final year students in the ANU College of Law LLB program or JD program, or recent graduates (up to 5 years) of either of the programs. Selection is primarily on the basis of academic excellence in courses relating to public international law, with proven research and writing skills. Any other related achievements or experience, including work experience, international engagement, or contribution to the wider community will also be considered. Applicants are required to submit a letter of application, a CV, an academic transcript, 2 references, and a sample of their scholarly writing.
Applicants must: be enrolled in an undergraduate program offered by the ANU School of Arts; be working in any area of visual arts, design arts or digital arts; and have received a letter of confirmation of acceptance by an overseas exchange institution. Selection is based on: academic merit; merit of work (visual support material); reasons for wishing to pursue the overseas study program; potential ability to adopt to an unfamiliar environment; suitability for an overseas study program; benefit to the School as well as the individual; and supporting documentation from Head of Workshop or lecturers.
Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or Australian permanent residents; be enrolled in a Bachelor of Physics and Bachelor of Engineering combined double degree that includes the Photonics major; be enrolled full time; and have already been enrolled in and passed the courses PHYS1101, PHYS1201 and PHYS2017. Selection is based on academic merit.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be completing year 12 in the year of application; be predicted to achieve an ATAR of 95 or higher; be intending to enrol at ANU as a full time undergraduate student in any single or double degree; and be intending to live in an ANU Hall or Residential College for the duration of the scholarship. Selection is based on: academic potential and achievements to date, a desire to give back to Australia, and demonstration of Tuckwell Scholar attributes (such as lateral thinker, hardworking, willing to take on a challenge, resilient, determination to succeed).
Applicants must be of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent and have relocated to Canberra to study at the Australian National University. Preference may be given to students from a regional background or low socio-economic background.
Applicants must meet the entry requirements for an honours program in the College and be undertaking a program of study leading to the award of the degree with Honours in the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Classical Studies or Bachelor of Philosophy. The scholarship is open to both domestic and international students.
Applicants must: meet the entry requirements for an honours program in the College; have an outstanding academic record of achievement in earlier undergraduate studies; and be pursuing study in the field of archaeology. The scholarship is open to both domestic and international students. Selection is based on academic merit.
Applicants must be enrolled full-time in the Master of Arts (Strategic Studies) or the Master of Strategic Affairs. There are no restrictions on citizenship. Applicants are required to submit a cover letter, an academic transcript, a CV and 2 academic written references. Selection is based on academic performance and promise, and potential contribution to the wider field of strategic studies. Tenure is dependent on the maintenance of a distinction average.
The scholarships are intended for currently enrolled undergraduate students in universities in Australia and New Zealand completing the third or fourth year of a full-time program leading to an honours degree. Outstanding 2nd-year students who are intending to complete an honours degree may also be eligible.
The scholarship is open to students who: have gained entry to the honours year of a Bachelor of Arts (Visual) or the Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) program; can demonstrate a high capacity for achievement in their chosen field of painting; and show significant promise, imagination and originality. Selection is based on a recommendation from painting staff and a presentation at the end of the semester 6 exhibition (or equivalent folio documentation).
Applicants must: have gained successful entry into the honours year of a program of study through the Fenner School of Environment and Safety; have an excellent academic record; and have willing and suitable supervision.
Applicants must be enrolled, or intending to enrol, in the honours year of a political science, Asian studies, visual arts or performing arts program. There are no restrictions on citizenship. Selection is based on academic merit and the honours proposal.