Harry Perkins Memorial Scholarship
Agriculture, Veterinary and Environmental Sciences, Agriculture, Veterinary and Environmental Sciences/Environmental Sciences, Agriculture, Veterinary and Environmental Sciences/Veterinary Sciences, Architecture, Urban Environment and Building, Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences/Psychology, Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services, Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services/Accounting, Auditing and Accountability, Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services/Business and Management, Economics, Education, Engineering and Technology, Information, Computing and Communication Sciences, Information, Computing and Communication Sciences/Other Information, Computing and Communication Sciences, Language and Culture, Law, Justice and Law Enforcement/Law, Mathematical Sciences/Mathematics, Medical and Health Sciences, Medical and Health Sciences/Dentistry, Medical and Health Sciences/Nursing, Medical and Health Sciences/Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Medical and Health Sciences/Public Health and Health Services, Science - General/Science - General, Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts - General, Studies in Human Society/Social Work, The Arts
The scholarship recognises Harry Perkins, the Chancellor of Curtin University of Technology from 1996 to 2002. The scholarship is for students from a regional or remote area who are intending to undertake their first undergraduate degree at Curtin University and can demonstrate financial hardship.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens, permanent residents or permanent humanitarian visa holders, or New Zealand citizens; be undertaking the first year of their first undergraduate degree in the following year; have selected Curtin University as their first preference through TISC; demonstrate financial disadvantage; be from a regional and/or remote area; and be eligible for a Commonwealth Supported Place. Selection is based on low SES background and financial hardship and responses to application questions.
The scholarship is valued at between $2,000 and $3,000 per year for the normal duration of the course.
4th December 2012