Hazel Hawke 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 Hazel Hawke Scholarship is available to mature age female applicants whose finances would not normally allow them to study at university. Hazel Hawke is recognised for her strong interest in and involvement with community and social issues relating to family, the environment and the arts.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens, permanent residents or permanent humanitarian visa holders, or New Zealand citizens; be mature-age females (30 years or over as at 1 March in year of application); have selected an undergraduate course at Curtin University as their first or second preference through TISC; be undertaking the first year of their first undergraduate degree in the year of award; be eligible for a Commonwealth Supported Place; and demonstrate financial hardship. Selection is based on: financial hardship; community involvement and interest in social issues; a written reflection on a specific community contribution; and responses to application questions.
The scholarship is valued at $2,000 per year for the normal duration of the course.
4th December 2012