Students should be intending to enrol full-time at the ANU in the Honours Year of a program of study leading to the award of the degree of Bachelor with Honours or in the final year of a program of study leading to the award of the degree of Bachelor with Honours where the honours component is an integral part of the final year (that is, Law, Engineering, Visual Arts and Music); the student must contact the relevant Honours Convenor for their discipline in their College; and they need to establish that they have (or will have) the academic qualifications for entry into Honours and that the required resources will be available to them. International students are eligible to apply for ANU Honours Scholarships.
Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or Australian permanent residents; hold a Bachelor degree with first class honours or a Master degree from a recognised University; and be intending to undertake PhD research in biological science.
Applicants must be currently enrolled in a graduate program of study at ANU, supply supporting evidence of a permanent disability, and demonstrate financial hardship. Selection is based on: the nature and extent of the disability; the likely impact of the disability on the program of study; financial need; previous tertiary academic results; and the potential of the scholarship to enhance ability to successfully complete the program of study.
The scholarship is awarded to a student accepted into an undergraduate degree program offered by the School of Art in the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences, who is deemed to be an outstanding applicant in any area of expertise. There are no restrictions on citizenship. Selection is based on the calibre of the application for entry into the program.
Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or permanent residents; be a full time undergraduate student enrolled in a Commonwealth Supported Place; be able to demonstrate financial hardship; and be relocating to Canberra to study.
Applicants must: be from outside of Canberra and the ACT region; be immediate school leavers, or have taken a gap year and not enrolled in any tertiary program during that time; be intending to complete an environment-related major; have taken subjects or have life experience relevant to the study of the environment; achieve an ATAR or equivalent of at least 95.00; and have applied via UAC to enrol in an eligible program. Eligible programs are: Bachelor of Science; Bachelor of Science (Advanced) (Honours); Bachelor of Science (Resource and Environmental Management); Bachelor of Science (Forest Science); Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (Sustainability); Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (Sustainability) (Honours); Bachelor of Global and Ocean Science (Honours); Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours); and associated combined degree programs. Selection is based on academic achievement and contribution to the community. Tenure is dependent on satisfactory academic performance.