College of Asia and the Pacific Garrurru Indigenous Scholarship

Scholarship Details

 Provider Name:  Australian National University

 Scholarship Name:  College of Asia and the Pacific Garrurru Indigenous Scholarship

 Description:  The scholarship has been respectfully named after the artwork Garrurru, which was donated to the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific by the renowned Indigenous artist, the late Gulumbu Yunupingu. The scholarship aims to attract Indigenous students to ANU by providing ongoing financial and pastoral support that enables them to successfully complete their studies.

 Study Level:  Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Master Degree (By Coursework)

 Study Fields:  Humanities & Social Sciences

 Support Type:  Equity Scholarship

 Offer Frequency:  Annual

 Annual Comment:  The scholarship provides a lump sum, cash payment of $2,500 for every 6 unit course of study within the College, up to a total value of $20,000.

 Gender:  Co-Ed

 Eligibility:  Applicants must: be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent; be current or future students of ANU; and enrol part time or full time in any postgraduate course offered by the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.

 Target Group:  Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent

 Study Location:  Australia – Australian Capital Territory

 Closing Date:  31 January

Scholarship Contact Details

 Contact Title:  Enquiries

 Contact Department:  College of Asia and the Pacific

 Contact Email:

Provider Details

 Provider Name:  Australian National University

 Provider Phone:  61 2 135268

 Provider Fax:  61 2 61257535

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