George Georges Research Scholarship
- Enrolment status
- Current UQ student
- Student type
- Domestic, International
- Study level
- Undergraduate, Honours
- Study area
- Arts, humanities and social sciences
- Scholarship focus
- Academic excellence, Experiences and employability
- Scholarship value
- At least $2,000
- Scholarship duration
- 1 year
- Number awarded
- May vary
- Applications open
- 6 March 2023
- Applications close
- 2 April 2023
You're eligible if you:
- are enrolled full-time in any undergraduate or honours program administered by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences or a dual program that includes any undergraduate or honours program administered by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, or the Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics (Honours) administered by the Faculty of Business, Law and Economics (BEL).
- are participating in studies or programs associated with the Asia-Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect.
How to apply
Apply via the online application form.
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- academic achievements and potential for scholastic success
- active participation in extracurricular activities in social justice, peace, environmentalism, or other related issues
- proposed course of work in relation to the scholarship.
What happens next
We’ll email you to let you know when we've received your application. If you have not received an email within 2 days of applying, please email email@example.com.
If you’re considered eligible, we’ll forward your application to a selection panel to review.
If you’re successful, we will notify you in writing.
About this scholarship
The scholarship is supported from an endowment established through gifts from the Palm Sunday Rally for Peace and Nuclear Disarmament, and many individual and organisational donors, in recognition of the life and achievements of Senator George Georges. When the Palm Sunday Rally for Peace and Nuclear Disarmament organisation ceased operations, the George Georges Scholarship Support Committee assumed responsibility for managing these functions.