Robert and Mary MacMillan Bursary

Summary

Enrolment status Currently enrolled students
Student type Domestic students, International students
Level of study Undergraduate
Study area Engineering and Computing
Scholarship value Annual income from endowment, based on number of scholarships, for up to 2 years
Number awarded 1
Opening date 17 February 2020
Closing date 9 March 2020

Scholarship description

Established in 1972 by a bequest of the sum of $20,000 under the will of the late Robert Edward Leslie Macmillan, Fitter and Turner of Brisbane, who died in September 1970. Awarded to a student not less than twenty-three years of age, who has obtained at least 32 units in the Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) program. Preference is given to candidates with engineering trade qualifications.

Eligibility

The bursary is open to students who:

  • have completed at least #32 of the Bachelor of Engineering or the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) program; and
  • are not less than 23 years of age in the calendar year in which the award is to be made.

Before you apply

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How to apply

This bursary will be available in Februrary, 2020. 

Selection criteria

The award of the bursary is based on academic merit and financial need. Preference will be given to students holding engineering trade qualifications.

Contact

Mrs Gail Smith, Faculty of EAIT
+61 7 3365 3853

Terms and conditions

A bursary may be held by the recipient of the bursary for 2 years subject to the recipient -
(a) continuing to be enrolled full-time in an approved undergraduate engineering program that includes the Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)  program or the integrated Bachelor of Engineering / Master of Engineering or Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Master of Engineering program or a dual program that includes the Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) program; and
(b) maintaining satisfactory academic progress.