Applicants must be eligible to undertake honours in the School of Zoology.
The scholarship is open to students entering their second year of study and intending to complete a law degree. Applicants should have completed the first year of a degree including the units ‘Introduction to Law’ and ‘Legal Systems’ and must address their interest in legal and social justice issues in their application.
The scholarship is available to a woman who is enrolled or enrolling in the MBBS but who entered the course as: a mature aged student; a student with prior university or TAFE study; via an enabling program; or articulating from another course.
Applicants must: be female; achieve an ATAR of 70 or above (OP 14 or above); and be intending to commence study in either the Bachelor of Engineering (Marine & Offshore Systems), Bachelor of Engineering (Ocean Engineering), or Bachelor of Engineering (Naval Architecture).
The scholarship is open to full-time students entering their final year of study in either the Bachelor of Business (Maritime and Logistics Management), Bachelor of Applied Science (Maritime Technology Management) or the Bachelor of International Logistics (Freight Forwarding). Applicants should have an interest in project logistics and shipping and be undertaking a research topic in the Transport Research Project unit.
The scholarship is open to students residing in the West Tamar municipality who enrol in a Bachelor of Engineering, or a combined degree including engineering, and have an interest in the civil engineering stream.
Applicants must be residents of the municipality and commencing study at the university in an area relevant to employment in local government e.g. engineering, geomatics, environmental science, accounting, etc.
Applicants must be under 25 years of age and commencing study at UTAS. Selection is based on academic merit and financial need.
Applicants must be undertaking honours or postgraduate studies in an area that has a focus on Lithuania. This can be in any area of study and may include literature, history, art, politics or science. The criteria for scholarship selection will be broadly based not only on academic ability but also to encourage new students to understand Lithuania, its history, its culture and its people.
The scholarship is open to players in orchestral wind instruments commencing or re-enrolling in an undergraduate or postgraduate course at the Conservatorium of Music in Hobart.
The scholarship is open to string players commencing or re-enrolling in an undergraduate or postgraduate course at the Conservatorium of Music in Hobart.
The scholarship is open to orchestral brass instrument players commencing or re-enrolling in an undergraduate or postgraduate course at the Conservatorium of Music in Hobart.