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JCUS Recipientstudent

Name: Scott Morgan
Studied: Computer Systems Eng.
Years: 2002-2006

"This is more than your average scholarship. It [...] leads to countless opportunities to connect, grow and make a difference."

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Apart from being academically talented (either in the top five per cent of your high school year or can demonstrate academic achievement through ATAR or other qualifications) you must:

The Scholarship will be offered in all undergraduate (Bachelor) courses from the following faculties:

School leavers must be nominated by their School Principal and be expected to graduate in the top five per cent of their high school year. For applicants who have already completed highschool, you must be nominated by a professional educator familiar with their academic potential. Strong academic achievement, along with excellence in the areas of leadership and community service, should form the basis for nomination (see the Selection Criteria for more information).

What happens next?

The shortlisting of applicants occurs in October/November and all applicants are notified, whether they are successful or not, shortly after the final ATAR exam for each year. Successful applicants are invited to a welcome day in early December and a scholarship award presentation where they will meet the other successful Scholars and be taken on a campus tour. Successful Scholars will also receive an early offer into the course of their choice.