Bellmaine French Appreciation Travelling Scholarship
In 2017, USQ will offer one Bellmaine French Appreciation Travelling Scholarship.
This Scholarship has been created through a bequest to USQ by the late Mr Keith Bellmaine, a long-time financial patron and friend to the University of Southern Queensland. Keith and his late wife, Beryl, had been involved with USQ for many years and left many wonderful legacies, such as The Bellmaine Wing in the Phoenix Building. Mr Bellmaine had a strong interest in the French culture and he desired to give young students the ability to nurture friendship and communication between Australia and France. The Scholarship encourages the winner to further education, while also participating actively in the French community through employment and community activities.
The scholarship will have a maximum value of $20 000.
To be eligible applicants must:
- be an Australian citizen or have permanent resident status
- be able to travel and take up the scholarship within 2 years of scholarship acceptance
- continue their studies in a bachelor degree in Semester 1, 2017
- have completed a minimum of 8 USQ courses
- be enrolled at a USQ campus
- be enrolled in a minimum of 3 study units in each of Semester 1 and Semester 2 of each year of study
- be studying on-campus
- have completed a bachelor degree of full-time study at USQ within the last 12 months.
- submit a personal statement outlining:
- a description of your career aims and goals
- how the scholarship will assist you with personal development, academic advancement and achieve their future career plans.
- include two referee reports; one non-academic character statement and one academic referee that knows your university work well
- indicate which French university or academy you intend to enrol at (recipients may study at more than one institution) outlining:
- the details of the course study
- the length of the course (including dates)
- the reason for selecting this course/s
- be able to show evidence of your ability to support youself financially while in France
- provide evidence of academic achievement, e.g. post-secondary academic history, as applicable.
Closing dateApplications closed.
University of Southern Queensland
Phone: 1800 269 500
Further information regarding studying in France can be found at www.campusfrance.org