Stockland Ervin Graf Scholarship, University Of Technology, Sydney
The Stockland Ervin Graf Scholarship was created in 2003 in honour of the late Ervin Graf, founder of Stockland and this scholarship continues to attract the highest calibre students across Australia. The aim of the award is to encourage academic excellence in Property Economics and provide opportunity for a student to gain insight into the day-to-day operation of the property investment and development industry. The prize consists of a $12,000 cash prize and 1 year of paid work experience.
Value and duration
$12000 and one year's paid work experience
Who is eligible?
Students who have achieved a Weighted Average Mark of at least 70 in the subjects undertaken toward the Bachelor of Property Economics course are eligible for this scholarship.
Design, Architecture and Building
The scholarship is awarded to the student who has been judged through extended curriculum vitae and interview to have most synergy with the culture and values of Stockland.
For further information contact
UTS:Design, Architecture & Building
Phone: +61 2 9514 8978
Fax: +61 2 9514 8804
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