Ken Rowe Scholarship
This scholarship supports students in the Literacy Education specialisation as part of the Master of Education, at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. It is awarded in the memory of Dr Ken Rowe.
1 Mar 2023
Last day for applications
30 Apr 2023
Last day for applications
This is the last day on which applications will be accepted. Though conditions vary, we recommend submission by 5pm AEST to avoid disappointment.
Australian / domestic student
Applicable study areas
Education, teaching and training
Number of scholarships awarded
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Eligibility & selection criteria
To be eligible for this scholarship, you must:
- be an Australian citizen or permanent resident
- be qualified to teach in Australia
- be commencing or continuing the Master of Education in 2023 and show evidence of enrolment or completion of at least two of the four Literacy Education specialisation subjects at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education.
- eligible applicants will be assessed on the merit of their application
- financial need will be taken into consideration
- applications must address all questions in the application form
- if deemed necessary by the Selection Committee an interview may be required
- Completion of application via the online application form. The application form will be available when the scholarship opens.
- Applications are ranked by the selection committee which consists of two academics and a member of the Rowe family.
Application Questions - to be answered via the online application form
- Please detail your current role and responsibilities
- Please detail your past teaching experience
- What do you plan to do with the skills and knowledge you gain from the course?
- How do you currently contribute to furthering literacy education in Australia?
- How do you plan to contribute to literacy education in Australia in the future?
- Is gaining financial support through the scholarship important to enable you to undertake the course? If so, detail why? Examples may include your family circumstances, disability or illness.
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When will I know the outcome?
End of May at the latest.
About the donor
The Rowe Family / Maurice Blackburn
The Rowe Family
The Ken Rowe Scholarship was created by the Rowe Family to honour the memory of Dr Ken Rowe, whose long career in education research highlighted the importance of effective, evidence-based teaching practices for the teaching of literacy and numeracy in the classroom.
The funds for the first four years of the scholarship have been generously donated by Maurice Blackburn. The Award is to honour the memory Dr Ken Rowe who lost his life whilst visiting his beloved holiday home during the Black Saturday Marysville fires in February 2009.
What are the benefits?
Up to $6,000.
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