2013 Centenary Trust for Women Elizabeth Sarfaty Scholarships in Australia
The University of Western Australia is offering Centenary Trust for Women Elizabeth Sarfaty Scholarships for Women applicants. This scholarship is available for pursuing undergraduate degree level at the University of Western Australia in Australia. There are two scholarships available of $5500 for a maximum of six semesters. The application deadline is 1st March 2013.
Study Subject(s): Scholarships are provided in the field of Music, Psychology, Social and Cultural Studies, Ancient History, Anthropology and Sociology, Archaeology, Asian Studies, Chinese, Classics and Ancient History, Communication and Media Studies, Composition (Music), Design, English and Cultural Studies, European Studies, French Studies, Gender Studies, German Studies, History, History of Art, Indigenous Knowledge, History and Heritage, Indonesian, Integrated Design, Integrated Human Studies, Italian Studies, Japanese, Linguistics, Mass Media, Media Studies, Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Musicology, Music Studies, Performance (Music), Philosophy, Political Science and International Relations, Social and Applied Psychology, Social Sciences, Design, Arts, Political Science.
Course Level: This scholarship is available for pursuing undergraduate degree level.
Scholarship Provider: Peter and Elizabeth Sarfaty bequeathe
Scholarship can be taken at: Australia
Eligibility: To be eligible to apply for a scholarship an applicant must-
-be a citizen or permanent resident of Australia,
-have completed the first 48 points of a Bachelor of Arts degree course at the University and be enrolled or intend to enroll in the next 48 points of a Bachelor of Arts degree course,
-be enrolled or intend to enroll full-time unless there are exceptional circumstances that preclude full-time enrollment,
-not have undertaken tertiary studies before their admission to the University, and
-be able to demonstrate financial hardship and limited educational opportunities, for example because of distance, economic disadvantage, cultural differences, disability or responsibility for the care of children, the ill or the elderly.
Scholarship Open for International Students: The students of Australia can apply for this scholarship.
Scholarship Description: Peter and Elizabeth Sarfaty bequeathed a sum of money to The University of Western Australia to enable a fund to be established to provide scholarships for women from disadvantaged backgrounds to assist them to pursue a Bachelor of Arts degree course with honours if applicable, at the University. Peter and Elizabeth Sarfaty bequeathed offers Centenary Trust for Women Elizabeth Sarfaty Scholarships in Australia.
Number of award(s): There are two scholarships available:
-One scholarship is for a student who gained admission to the University as a school leaver.
-One scholarship is for a student who gained admission to the University as a mature age student.
Duration of award(s): The scholarship is tenable for a maximum of six semesters.
What does it cover? Total offer is of $5500.
Other Benefits: Not Known
Selection criteria: The scholarship is awarded by the selection committee to the applicant who, in its opinion, best demonstrates-
-academic achievement, as evidenced by their academic record; and
-educational disadvantage associated with distance, economic disadvantage, cultural differences, disability or chronic medical condition, or having career responsibilities.
Notification: Not Known
How to Apply: The mode of applying is online.
Scholarship Application Deadline: The application deadline is 1st March 2013.
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