George Alexander Foundation Scholarship at Swinburne University, The
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The scholarship has been made available by the George Alexander Foundation to support talented young people who have demonstrated academic ability, particularly those from rural and regional communities, for whom scholarships would make a significant contribution to achieving their educational goals.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens; be commencing their first undergraduate degree; have been accepted into a full-time undergraduate degree, offered at one of Swinburne's Australian campuses; have achieved an ATAR of at least 80.00; be able to demonstrate need and be required to reside away from home in order to study at Swinburne; and be involved in extracurricular activities that provide evidence of leadership potential. Preference will be given to Year 12 school leavers.
The scholarship is valued at $7,500 per year for 3 years.
4th January 2013