Category «Scholarship in Bond University»

Vynka Hohnen Scholarship

Applicants must be completing Year 12 at a Western Australian school in the year prior to commencement of studies at Bond University. Applicants must demonstrate a high level of leadership; a history of involvement and contribution to their school or local community; a breadth of interests; a cheerful, friendly, generous, supportive and outgoing nature; and a capacity for academic achievement. Preference is given to an interest in continuing higher degree studies at an appropriate international university in the future. Scholars are required to enrol on a full-time basis.

Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship

Applicants must be completing Year 12 at an Australian secondary school in the year prior to admission to Bond University and have a predicted OP 1-3 (or interstate equivalent). Selection is based on leadership skills and extensive involvement in extra-curricular activities.

Undergraduate Domestic Deans’ Scholarship

The scholarship is open to students completing Year 12 in an Australian secondary school. Applications are assessed on high academic achievement, leadership skills and involvement in extra-curricular activities.

Padma and Hari Harilela Scholarship

Applicants must: be applying for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at Bond University; demonstrate that they have extensive community involvement and contribution; demonstrate strong academic achievement; and meet the prerequisites and entry standards for their chosen degree program.

John Eales Rugby Excellence Scholarship

Applicants must: be applying for any single undergraduate, postgraduate or diploma program at Bond University (excluding the Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery); be male students under the age of 26; have experience playing rugby at a high level relative to their age; have a predicted OP of 1-7 (ATAR 87.15 – 99.95); and meet the prerequisites and entry standards for their chosen degree program.

John Burton Cadetship Scholarship

Applicants must demonstrate strong academic achievement, commitment to a career in print journalism, strong leadership skills and extensive involvement in extra-curricular activities.