Applicants must: have completed secondary education in Northern Victoria; be enrolled as a first year full-time student in an undergraduate Civil Engineering course at the Bendigo campus of La Trobe University; and have a strong academic background.
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Applicants must: be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent; have completed an undergraduate degree and be eligible to enrol in Master of Teaching; and have a preference to teach in a Primary school setting. Preference may be given to: students who currently reside in, or have family connection to, Victoria or within 100 km of Victorian borders; or to students with a desire to teach in Victoria or within 100 kms of Victorian borders.
Applicants must: be enrolled as Commonwealth Supported or Domestic Fee paying students; be enrolled as current students in the Postgraduate Diploma in Midwifery Science; be enrolled at the Bendigo campus; and have a permanent postcode in regional or rural Australia. Selection is based on the extent of hardship related to: rural or regional issues, such as financial stress due to the effects of flood or drought; and extended time away from home, including financial issues related to accommodation requirements, distance travelled.
Applicants must: be commencing full-time students in an undergraduate civil engineering course at the Bendigo campus of La Trobe University (as a single or combined degree); have a strong academic background; and not hold any other civil engineering scholarship. Preference will given to applicants from the Albury/Wodonga area. Tenure is dependent on satisfactory academic performance and an annual interview.
Applicants must: be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate civil engineering course at the Bendigo campus of La Trobe University (as a single or combined degree); have a strong academic background; not hold any other civil engineering scholarship; and have a desire/preference to practice in rural areas. Tenure is dependent on satisfactory academic performance and an annual interview.
Applicants must: be enrolled in full time study at the Bendigo Campus of La Trobe University in the Bachelor of Urban, Rural and Environmental Planning; have successfully completed the first year of the Planning degree; and have had a permanent postcode in regional Victoria, which excludes Metropolitan Melbourne and Geelong during their Year 12 education or at the time of initial application for non-year 12 entry students. Preference will be given to students who have obtained an average grade across all subjects of at least 70 per cent and who are not in paid employment at time of application.