Applicants must: have completed a Bachelor degree with First Class Honours, or be regarded by the University as having an equivalent level of attainment; be enrolled or seeking to enrol as a full time candidate in a Doctor of Philosophy course at the University; be a domestic or international applicant to a higher degree by research course at the University of Canberra; and not have consumed more than 2.5 years full time equivalent study in current enrolment in a higher degree by research at the time off applying for the Weeden Stipend.
Applicants must: be enrolled full-time at the University of Canberra; have achieved at least a ‘pass’ level of academic achievement; and have completed their HSC (or equivalent) or reside in any of the following areas: Goulburn Mulwaree Council, Palerang Council, Shoalhaven City Council, Oberon Council, Wingecarribee Shire Council, Upper Lachlan Shire Council, and Wollondilly Shire Council. Applicants will be required to submit a personal statement outlining their interest in the scholarship, how it will assist their career ambitions, and community involvement.
Applicants must: be a rural or regional student enrolled in their first year of the Heritage, Museums and Conservation undergraduate degree at the University of Canberra; be considered a full-time student; have relocated from a rural area to undertake their studies; provide a copy their HSC; and attach a 300 word written statement.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be offered a place at Weeden Lodge; be offered and accept a place in an undergraduate degree at the University of Canberra; be residents of Weeden Lodge for the year of the scholarship award; and have demonstrated need for financial assistance as evidenced by documents provided to support their application. Preference will be given to students who have a low socioeconomic status (SES) home location postcode as classified by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Applicants must attach a 300-word outline to describe how the financial assistance provided by the award would contribute to the advancement of their education.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or holders of a permanent humanitarian visa; have completed Year 12 at an ACT or Regional NSW school; be between 17 and 25 years of age; be undertaking their first degree; be financially disadvantaged and able to provide evidence of such; have undertaken voluntary community service including any service undertaken in school programs; and attach a 300-word outline to describe their voluntary service activities. At least one reference from a supervisor of the applicant’s voluntary school or community work is needed.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; have completed an undergraduate degree at any Australian university with high academic achievement; have demonstrated potential for research; and be eligible to be offered a full-time place in a University of Canberra honours degree course.