Roger Trundle Memorial Scholarship

Summary

Enrolment status Currently enrolled students
Student type Domestic students
Level of study Undergraduate
Study area Engineering and Computing
Scholarship value $5500 per year, for up to 2 years
Scholarship duration 3 years
Number awarded 1
Opening date 17 February 2020
Closing date 9 March 2020

Scholarship description

The purpose of the Scholarship is to encourage meritorious students who have been educationally disadvantaged as a result of their financial circumstances and/or geographic isolation and/or cultural disadvantage to undertake study in an Engineering program, with a civil engineering major. The School of Civil Engineering may offer the recipient a summer research internship within the school.

Eligibility

An applicant is eligible for the scholarship, if the applicant -
(a)    submits an application to the Head, by the closing date for applications; and
(b)    is a domestic student in accordance with The University's Fee Policy; and
(c)    is enrolled full-time in the second year of the Approved Program, in a relevant field; and
(d)    can provide documentary evidence of financial and/or educational disadvantage and/or geographic isolation and/or cultural disadvantage; and
(e)    does not hold another scholarship that the Head considers to be similar.

Additional benefits

The School of Civil Engineering may offer the recipient a summer research internship within the School.

Before you apply

If this scholarship has rules, download and read them before applying.

How to apply

The scholarship will be available in 2020.

Selection criteria

The scholarship is awarded to the applicant showing greatest merit as demonstrated by –
(a)     academic achievement in courses undertaken in the Approved Program; and
(b)     educational disadvantage experienced as a result of their financial circumstances and/or geographic isolation and/or cultural disadvantage
(c)     personal qualities, including leadership potential; and
(d)     a personal statement, 500 words or less, demonstrating how the scholarship fund will assist completion of the student’s program; and
(e)    any other matter that the selection committee considers to be relevant to the applicant's future success in the civil engineering profession.

Contact

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