King & Amy O'Malley Home Economics Scholarships - Postgraduate, King & Amy O'Malley Trust
King & Amy O'Malley Home Economics Scholarships - Postgraduate
Description: King & Amy O'Malley Trust awards annual scholarships for students applying for or enrolled in tertiary home economics or equivalent programs, such as consumer science, family and consumer studies.
Eligibility: Applicants will normally have an undergraduate award in an eligible program in home economics or equivalent and must be intending to undertake full-time or part-time study in the following year in a postgraduate program deemed eligible by the managing trustees. Applicants are required to make a statement of professional goals and demonstrate clear intentions to work in the field of home economics and to make a professional contribution to the field. Citizens of other countries, living in Australia, are required to provide evidence of their intention to remain permanent residents in Australia. Scholars studying overseas are required to agree to return to Australia within 6 months of completing their program of study. Criteria for selection for interview includes: professional goals, academic potential and personal attributes.
Annual Amount: 7500
Amount Comment: The scholarship is valued at $7,500, half that amount for part-time study. Awards are made for a 1-year approved study program and scholarship holders may apply annually for awards for up to a total of 3 years of full-time study.
Application closing date: Late June
Other Details: Applications must be submitted on the last Friday in June of each year.
Level of Study
- Graduate Certificate
- Postgraduate Certificate
- Graduate Diploma
- Postgraduate Diploma
- Master Degree (By Coursework)
- Master Degree (By Research)
- Doctor Degree (By Coursework)
- Doctor Degree (By Research
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Flinders University - AustraliaOpening Date: 03-06-2013 Closing Date: 26-07-2013 DESCRIPTION The King and Amy O’Malley Trust awards annual undergraduate scholarships to students applying for, or enrolled in, tertiary Home Economics