William Allen Stewart Scholarship

This scholarship, worth between $5000-$12000, supports students currently studying or commencing a Bachelor of Agriculture, or in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine who can demonstrate academic achievement.

Applications open

1 Jan 2020

Applications closed

8 Mar 2020

Application type

Application required
How to apply

Benefit type

Bi-annual payment
Full benefit details

Citizenship requirements

Australian / domestic student
International student

Total value

up to $12,000

Applicable study areas

Agriculture, animal studies, food science and veterinary science

Number of scholarships awarded

Approximately 5

  • Eligibility & selection criteria


    To be eligible for this scholarship, you need to:

    • be enrolled in, or enrolled to commence study in a Bachelor of Agriculture or in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

    Please note scholars are not eligible to receive both a William Allen Stewart Bursary and a William Allen Stewart Scholarship.

    Selection criteria

    Selection is based on  demonstrated academic merit.

  • Application process

    Submit an application online.

    The Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences application form does not require you to nominate which scholarships you wish to be considered for, but you do need to ensure you provide all the necessary information as part of your application.

What are the benefits?

Annual payment for the standard course duration (dependent upon entry point), totalling up to $12,000.

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