Applicants must: be female students aged 25 and over; be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit points per teaching period in an enabling or undergraduate award course; have not previously completed a degree; and have not previously been the recipient of an Yvonne Thomas Bursary.
Applicants must: be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent; be commencing undergraduate or postgraduate studies within the Faculty of Medicine, Health and Molecular Sciences at JCU; and be enrolled to study full time. Selection is based on academic merit or potential.
Applicants must: be enrolled full-time at JCU in a Bachelor of New Media Arts Honours (Music and Sound Media), Master of Music, Master of Creative Arts or PhD, with music as their specialist area of study. There are no restrictions on citizenship. Selection is based on academic merit and leadership as demonstrated by academic records, work experience and, at the option of the selection committee, a personal interview.
Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or who hold a permanent visa; be enrolled in the MBBS program at JCU; and be residing in the area bounded by Innisfail in the North, Bowen in the South and Mount Isa in the West. Selection is based on having achieved at least a distinction average in the previous semester, character and the submission of an essay (max 1000 words) outlining how this scholarship would better enable the candidate to succeed in the study of medicine during their second year at JCU
Applicants must: be holding a degree in a health related or other relevant discipline; be capable of undertaking research which will contribute to the strategic research direction of the school; be eligible for enrolment in a master or doctoral program within the school; and have an excellent academic record. Selection is based on academic ability, including research and publication track record, quality of research proposal, capacity to contribute to the strategic research direction of the school, character and other criteria the Selection Committee deems appropriate.
Applicants must: be of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent; be commencing study in the second year of a Bachelor of Nursing Science or Bachelor of Nursing Science/Bachelor of Midwifery; and have applied for and been accepted for the Indigenous Cadetship Scheme.
Applicants must: be Australian/New Zealand citizens or permanent visa holders; have an OP score between 1-3 or interstate equivalent; have a Very High Achievement (VHA) in disciplines taught by the school, including chemistry and mathematics; have finished high school within the previous 5 years; passed all 1st semester subjects with a minimum GPA of 5.5; and be enrolled in any of the following majors in the School of Marine and Tropical Biology – aquaculture, ecology & conservation, genetics & genomics, marine biology, marine biology advanced, plant science or zoology.
Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or holders of a permanent visa; be graduates in the field of veterinary science, rural science, animal science, biomedical science or agriculture; and be master or doctorate students conducting research in relation to diseases of cattle, breeding of cattle, or general cattle husbandry. Selection is based on academic merit, character and whether the candidate has, or will receive any other scholarship assistance during their studies.
Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or holders of a permanent visa; be enrolled in an honours or postgraduate course in biochemistry at the university. Selection is based on academic merit, character and whether the candidate has, or will receive any other scholarship assistance during their studies.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens; be of Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent; be admitted to the Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery; be enrolled full-time in their 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th year of study; and have not previously been a recipient of the Richard Hays Foundation Dean of Medicine Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Bursary.
Applicants must be Australian or New Zealand citizens or Australian permanent residents who are enrolled in the final year of a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery at James Cook University.
Applicants must: have been accepted into the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) at JCU’s Cairns campus; be undertaking an honours topic in Australian Indigenous archaeology; and be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit points per teaching period.