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McConnell Dowell Scholarship

Scholarship Details
Provider Name: Queensland University of Technology
Scholarship Name: McConnell Dowell Scholarship
Description: McConnell Dowell is a major engineering, construction, building and maintenance contractor.
Study Level: Bachelor Degree (Pass)
Study Fields: Built Environment, Engineering & Technology
Subjects: Civil engineering, Construction engineering, Construction management, Mechanical engineering
Support Type: Scholarship
Offer Frequency: Annual
Annual Amount: $5,000
Annual Comment: The scholarship is valued at $5,000 for 1 year. Students who maintain enrolment may also receive $5,000 in the fourth year of study. Recipients are encouraged to undertake paid work experience with McConnell Dowell during the scholarship year and vacation periods.
Length: 1 year(s)
Gender: Co-Ed
Eligibility: The scholarship is open to students in their third year of full-time study in the Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), Bachelor of Engineering (Civil and Construction), Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) or Bachelor of Urban Development (Construction Management).
Study Location: Australia – QLD: Brisbane Metropolitan
Closing Date: End September
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Scholarship Contact Details
Contact Title: Scholarships Officer
Contact Department: Science and Engineering Faculty
Contact Phone: 61 7 31382140
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Provider Details
Provider Name: Queensland University of Technology
Provider Phone: 61 7 31389855
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