The scholarship is open to local students who have been offered a place in the Melbourne JD. Selection is based on academic merit and demonstrated financial need.
The scholarship is open to 2nd-year Bachelor of Fine Arts students undertaking sculpture and spatial practice studies. Recipients are nominated by a panel.
Awarded to a third year student who completes a major in a modern language taught at the School of Languages and Linguistics or the Asia Institute, who receives the highest aggregate mark of all third year students completing a major in the target language in that year.
Applicants must be enrolled in an honours program in modern languages within the Faculty of Arts at the University of Melbourne. Scholars must within 3 years of the award of the scholarship proceed to a foreign country of the language in which he or she holds the scholarship, and hold the scholarship for 6 to 12 months thereafter.
Applicants must be commencing study in the field of Agriculture, Animal Science and/or Food Science in an undergraduate degree in 2014.
The award is open to graduate students intending to pursue further study in Europe. Selection is based on the results of assessments and the proposed overseas study program (preferably in the Netherlands).
Applicants must be studying piano in any year level in the Faculty of VCA & MCM. Selection is based on: demonstrated excellence as a performer, and personal contribution to the general musical activities of the faculty.
Applicants must be Indigenous students enrolled in undergraduate studies or the Graduate Certificate of Indigenous Arts Management. Selection is based on academic merit and financial need.
Applicants must be completing a degree specialising in economics at or be an economics graduate of the University of Melbourne, be no more than 27 years of age, and be intending to undertake postgraduate studies in the field of economics at an overseas university or research institution.
The scholarship is open to graduates of the Faculty of VCA & MCM who wish to continue their study overseas. Tenure is dependent on satisfactory progress.
Applicants must: be first year classical voice music students; reside outside a radius of 50km from Melbourne CBD; and demonstrate financial need.
The scholarship is offered to students undertaking the third year of undergraduate study at the VCA School of Art.