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Rotary of Crawley's Scholarship Program

Status: Open
Applications accepted at any time

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The scholarships listed here are offered to Curtin students by external organisations and individuals (Scholarship Providers) that are not affiliated with Curtin University. Curtin University cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information provided by these scholarship providers. All enquiries should be directed to the relevant scholarship provider.

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About this scholarship

Description/Applicant information

We are a club firmly implanted in the 21st Century, understanding the time and financial constraints of modern living, and creating an environment of leadership and community in which everyone can contribute.

Student type
  • Current Students
Faculty
  • Science & Engineering
  • Humanities
  • Health Sciences
  • Faculty of Business and Law
  • Centre for Aboriginal Studies
Course type
  • Undergraduate
  • Postgraduate Research
  • Postgraduate Coursework
Gender

Non-gender specific

Nationality
  • Australian Citizen
  • Australian Permanent Resident
  • Permanent Humanitarian Visa
Scholarship base
  • Need Based
Value

A full scholarship includes for each and every awardee:
• payment of their Rotary Club of Crawley membership fees,
• Rotary International fees, and
• the total cost of every breakfast meeting you attend in the first year of
your award.

Eligible courses

The scholarships are available to individuals with current or anticipated earnings under $60,000 (during the scholarship year), in one of the following areas.

Over 20 and Under 25 and:

a) A current university student

b) Grad student

c) PhD student

d) a person in their first full time job

e) young entrepreneur

f) young aspiring employees under 25 from the sponsoring company.

Or:

a) have some type of disability

b) Are of Australian Indigenous descent

c) PhD student from a Third World Country

How to apply

Application process

To apply for the scholarship, please click here. The following information will be requested:


• A brief profile
• A current photo
• Date of birth
• Your current undergraduate course or training or job
• Your work experience
• Indication of which selection category you meet
• Indication of current or anticipated earnings for the scholarship year
• Hobbies and interests
• Examples of giving back to the community
• Your dreams
• A statement verifying the information provided is true and correct

Applications and any queries can be directed to Director of Scholarships, Lee Partridge at scholarships@rotarycrawley.org 

Need more information?

For further information about this scholarship, see the following linkhttps://www.rotarycrawley.org/scholarships 

Need help?

There is plenty of useful information on the Application Guidelines page. Some other useful tools are:

ROC Scholarship Info for Applicants April 2012.pdf

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