Relocation Bursary in AMC Maritime Engineering Pathways
The National Centre for Maritime Engineering & Hydrodynamics (NCMEH), a National Centre of the Australian Maritime College (AMC), is offering a number of relocation bursaries for students who have completed years 1 and 2 in maritime engineering through an articulation pathway course at either the Auckland University of Technology, Edith Cowan or Flinders University.
The Bachelor of Engineering (Specialisation) with Honours equips students with a combination of core knowledge and transferable skills that are highly valued by employers.
Students enjoy access to world-class research facilities at Australia’s national institute for maritime and maritime-related education, training and research. You will learn through hands-on practical experience including individual and group projects, laboratory work, and time on our flagship training vessel MV Bluefin.
Students enjoy innovative teaching and mentorship by highly qualified staff, many of whom are national and world leaders in their field. The curriculum offers greater flexibility and choice in the way your degree is structured, and real-world learning.
Available to students to assist with the costs of relocating to Launceston to commence study at the AMC in Year 3 of the Bachelor of Engineering (Specialisation) with Honours, in Semesters 1 or 2, 2020.
Students must be commencing Year 3 of the Bachelor of Engineering (Specialisation) with Honours (P4F2, P4F3, or P4F4) from an articulated pathway course through either: Auckland University of Technology; Edith Cowan or Flinders University.
IMPORTANT: International students undertaking one of the articulated courses listed above are eligible for the relocation bursary but must complete an online application by 31 October 2019.
The bursary will commence in the first semester of study.
To retain this award, recipients are required to achieve a minimum Pass result in all units studied each semester.
There is no requirement for domestic students to apply for this bursary as they will be automatically assessed during the domestic University Admission process. However, students are invited to submit an application prior to the normal closing date of 31 October 2019 in order to apply for any other scholarship or bursary for which you may be eligible.
IMPORTANT: International students must complete an online application to be considered for this bursary.
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