George Alexander Foundation Rural Scholarship Program
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Murdoch University invites future students from rural areas to apply for The George Alexander Foundation Rural Scholarship Program. George Alexander established The George Alexander Foundation in 1972 as a way of sharing his wealth. The Foundation has a special interest in supporting the education of talented young people, particularly those from rural and regional areas.
Applicants must: be from a rural area; be able to demonstrate excellent academic standing with an ATAR of at least 80; be commencing full-time undergraduate study at Murdoch University; have selected a course at Murdoch University as their first preference through TISC; and be an Australian citizen.
The scholarship provides a maximum of $7,500 per year for up to 3 years to assist with accommodation costs at Murdoch University Student Village. The accommodation costs will be paid directly to the Village.
4th January 2013