Daniel Tucker Scholarship
Architecture, Urban Environment and Building, Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services/Business and Management, Engineering and Technology, Science - General/Science - General
The scholarship is being offered by Carey Mining Ltd, a mining and civil contracting company committed to providing meaningful, long term training and employment for people from an Indigenous background. Carey Mining Ltd seeks to reward and develop the skills of Indigenous students interested in the mining industry or related specialist fields.
Applicants must: be identified as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders and accepted as such by the community in which they live, or have lived; be eligible for a Commonwealth Supported Place; demonstrate financial hardship; be enrolled or offered a full time place in one of the follow degree areas (maintaining a course weighted average of 55): Bachelor of Engineering (Civil and Construction, Mining, Metallurgical, Mechanical, Environmental, or Mineral Exploration and Mining Geology); Bachelor of Commerce (Economics, Finance, Management, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, or Marketing); Bachelor of Science (Applied Geology, Geographic Information Science, Mine and Engineering Surveying, Extractive Metallurgy, Geophysics, or Mining); or Bachelor of Survey (Surveying).
The scholarship will provide a stipend of $5,000 paid in 2 instalments of $2,500 to assist with the costs associated with studying (textbooks, incidental expenses etc). The cadetship (organised by Carey Mining) provides a $12,000 study allowance paid in fortnightly instalments for the period of full time study, and an additional $1,000 stipend to cover the cost of textbooks and other study related expenses.
4th March 2013