William Allan Stewart Bursary

Introduction

The William Allan Stewart Bursary was established in 1999 with funds bequeathed to the University by Dr William Allan Stewart (d. 1958), medical practitioner of Monegeetta.

If you are currently studying or commencing a Bachelor of Agriculture, Bachelor of Agriculture (Honours), or a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Agricultural Science or Veterinary Bioscience and can demonstrate academic achievement; this scholarship could assist you financially with study and living expenses.

Scholarship Value

Up to $5000*

Duration: one year

* based on 2017 award

Eligibility

To be eligible for this scholarship, you must:

  • be enrolled in, or enrolled to commence study in, the Bachelor of Agriculture, Bachelor of Agriculture (Honours), Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Agricultural Science or Veterinary Bioscience
  • demonstrate academic merit
  • demonstrate financial need.

Please note, scholars are not eligible to receive both a William Allan Stewart Bursary and a William Allan Stewart Scholarship.

Terms & Conditions

Payments

Annual payments are paid in two instalments, after the standard semester one and semester two census dates.
Amounts are payable on a pro-rata basis if enrolment is less than full time*.

* Full-time enrolment constitutes at least 37.5 points in one half-year period.

Conditions

Students are expected to maintain ‘good standing’ in their course. This means not being identified as at risk of, or making, unsatisfactory progress.

How to apply

  • Applications open: Mid-December 2017
  • Applications close: 3 March 2018

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