Faculty of Arts Excellence Scholarship
Two annual awards to the highest ranked master by coursework students in any discipline.
No application is required. You will be automatically considered for this award.
Australian / domestic student
Applicable study areas
Historical, philosophical, political and social studies; Language, literature and cultural studies
Number of scholarships awarded
Eligibility & selection criteria
To be eligible for this scholarship, you must:
- be a master by coursework student in the Faculty of Arts
Selection is based on academic merit.
- The criteria for 'academic excellence' will be determined each year by the Dean of the faculty in consultation with faculty executive
- The Dean has determined 'academic excellence' to be the highest achieving master by coursework student in the Faculty of Arts
There is no application process. The prize is awarded based on merit and the successful recipient will be notified via email.
When will I know the outcome?
The award will be announced as soon as practical after the release of the end of year final results.
About the donor
The Bernard & Mary Euhus Charitable Trust
In 2012 The Bernard & Mary Euhus Charitable Trust gave to the University to assist with promotion of a charitable purpose within the Faculty of Arts. The University applied matching funds to augment the donation and established a perpetual trust for scholarships, open for award annually, for students enrolled or enrolling in the Faculty of Arts at the University, to support academic excellence. The criteria for ‘academic excellence’ will be determined each year by the dean of the faculty in consultation with faculty executive.
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