Applicants must: have been offered or expect to be offered an Australian Postgraduate Award (APA); have completed at least 4 years of tertiary education study at a high level of achievement; or completed a Master degree by research and additional research output such as research publications and/or successful research grant applications and research experience; and be commencing their first Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) course.
Applicants must meet Deakin’s PhD entry requirements, be enrolling full-time and hold an Honours degree (First Class) or a Master’s degree.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or holders of a permanent humanitarian visa; hold a Bachelor of Information Technology degree; and be enrolling in the Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours) degree at the Melbourne Burwood Campus. Selection is based upon undergraduate performance and ability to meet the eligibility criteria.
Applicants must be Australian citizens or holders of an Australian permanent humanitarian visa, and be enrolled full-time in honours studies within Professional and Creative Writing at Deakin. Selection is based on academic achievement in the A316/A313 Bachelor of Arts (Professional and Creative Writing) and submission of a proposal for an honours project.
Applicants must: be Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders commencing an undergraduate course of study in a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP); be enrolled full-time unless there are exceptional circumstances preventing full-time study; not hold a bachelor degree or higher level award unless such award is a prerequisite to the current course of study; be in receipt of a means tested Centrelink benefit or be able to demonstrate a personal or family taxable income below the HECS repayment threshold, depending on independence status; and be enrolled to study at the Institute of Koorie Education. Selection is based on: the degree of involvement in their local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community; financial, educational or social disadvantage; responsibility for others; and disability status.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or holders of a permanent humanitarian visa; and be commencing students enrolled full-time in an undergraduate course at the Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus, Geelong Waterfront Campus or the Warrnambool Campus in a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP). Selection is based on: strong academic standing (minimum ATAR score of 75); participation in and commitment to community/volunteer activities; and leadership experience.
The awards are open to Australian citizens and permanent residents or New Zealand citizens, who hold a bachelor degree with honours class I or an equivalent qualification. Applicants cannot: previously have held an Australian Government Research Scholarship for more than 6 months; be in receipt of an equivalent award (greater than 75 per cent of the base stipend); or, have completed a degree at the same level or higher than that proposed.
Applicants must have applied for entry to a Bachelor of Arts (Japanese) or double degree with Japanese at Curtin and must continue studying a major in Japanese throughout their course. Preference will be given to students who have previously studied Japanese.
Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents or permanent humanitarian visa holders; be females undertaking Year 12 in the year of application; have selected Curtin University as a first preference through TISC to undertake an undergraduate engineering degree; be undertaking the first semester of their first undergraduate degree at Curtin University; and be eligible for a Commonwealth Supported place.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens, permanent residents or holders of a humanitarian visa; demonstrate financial hardship; be female students undertaking the 2nd year of either the Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts) or Bachelor of Arts (Art & Design Studies); be enrolled full time (100 credits); have a CWA minimum of 65; and remain eligible for a Commonwealth S
Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents or holders of a humanitarian visa; be enrolling full time in the UniReady Enabling Program, Enabling Course in Science, Engineering and Health, or Indigenous Tertiary Enabling Course at Curtin University; be past the compulsory school age in semester 1; and be living permanently in a regional or remote Western Australian region.
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Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents or permanent humanitarian visa holders; be enrolling in the first year of an eligible Bachelor of Engineering or Construction Management degree; be enrolled full time (100 credits); be eligible for a Commonwealth Sup