George Lansell Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is open to students in the Melbourne School of Engineering or Faculty of Science undertaking a higher degree by research in a field related to mining and metallurgy. The preference is for this scholarship to be awarded to assist in the funding of fieldwork; however, it could also be granted as a living stipend.

Applications open

11 May 2020

Applications closed

3 Jun 2020

Application type

Application required
How to apply

Benefit type

Single payment
Full benefit details

Citizenship requirements

Australian / domestic student
International student

Total value

up to $7,200

Applicable study areas

Engineering; Sciences and mathematics

Number of scholarships awarded

1

  • Eligibility & selection criteria

    Eligibility

    To be eligible for this scholarship, you need to:

    • be enrolled in a research higher degree in the Melbourne School of Engineering or Faculty of Science
    • be undertaking research in a field related to mining and/or metallurgy.

    Selection criteria

    Applications will be assessed on the following criteria:

    • Quality of the proposal and its relevance to the field of mining
    • Academic merit of the applicant
  • Application process

    Submit an online application via the Melbourne School of Engineering current students website.

  • When will I know the outcome?

    All applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application approximately two to four weeks after the application close date.

  • About the donor

    George Lansell

    Established through funds donated in 1907 by Mrs Edith Lansell in commemoration of her late husband, George Lansell.

    George migrated to Australia from England in 1853 and established a candle and soap manufacturing business before becoming a mining entrepreneur, where he was largely responsible for introducing the diamond drill to quartz mining in Australia. George was famous in the Victorian town of Bendigo for his tireless efforts to maintain the mining industry and for creating a fund to support the widows and children of men who lost their lives in the Bendigo mines.

What are the benefits?

The preference is for scholarship to be awarded to assist in the funding of fieldwork, however it could also be granted as a living stipend.

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