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The Gallipoli Scholarship Fund's main aim is to provide financial assistance to the most deserving and meritorious Australian applicant(s), resident in New South Wales or the ACT, to commence the first year of a NSW or ACT university degree course.
The fund provides 2 types of scholarships: The Gallipoli Scholarship is open to lineal descendants of Australian World War One ex-servicemen or ex-servicewomen; The Bill Hall Memorial Scholarship is available to a lineal descendant of an Australian World War Two ex-service person. For both awards, applicants must be Australian citizens residing in NSW or the ACT, and be under 25 years of age on or before March 1. Selection is based on financial need (60 per cent) and academic merit (40 per cent). Tenure is dependent on satisfactory academic performance.
The scholarships are valued at $5,000 for 1 year.
4th March 2013