Scholarship

The Betty Elliott Science Scholarship

Opens
1 January 1967
Closes
1 January 1967
Eligibility
School of Geography, School of Forest and Ecosystem Science, School of BioSciences, Science - General, School of Physics, School of Earth Sciences, School of Chemistry, School of Mathematics and Statistics
Category
Undergraduate
Honours
Research Higher Degree
Diploma
Masters
Academics
Value
$0.00

$501 - $1,000

About

Dr Betty Rosina Elliott, a former student of the University of Melbourne, died in 2014, left a number of bequests to the University, including a gift for $125,000 to support, in perpetuity, a scholarship for one or more undergraduate students in financial need, who have academic ability and who are studying Science at the University of Melbourne.

Conditions

Process

Undergraduate Bachelor of Science (BSc) students in their second year of full-time study or equivalent are eligible. Students in their second year of the BSc identified as being in financial need by the Scholarships Office – based on applications made to the Scholarships Office – and with first year weighted average marks of H2A and above will be invited to apply to the Faculty of Science for the scholarship. Applications will be assessed by a Faculty of Science selection committee whose membership will include the director of the BSc and associate dean of undergraduate programs. The application to the Faculty of Science will include a letter summarising the student’s intended use of scholarship funds.

More information

Contact
Email
science-awards@unimelb.edu.au
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