Bernard Coffey UNE Country Scholarship in Australia is open to applicants who must be Australian Citizen or permanent residents for the 2019/2020 academic year.
This scholarship is funded by the Australian Business Research Institute (ABRI) in memory of Keith Entwistle AM, who significantly supported Australia’s beef industry through research into the reproductive physiology of tropical beef cattle and veterinary education.
- The applicant must be an Australian Citizen or permanent resident as defined by the Commonwealth.
- Open to applicants who are completing Year 12 and gap year/s students who are commencing university study for the first time.
- An ATAR of at least 86.30 (or equivalent) is required.
- The applicant’s residential address must be either regional or remote as defined by the Government Remoteness Tool.
- The applicant is enrolling or enrolled in an undergraduate degree in the disciplines of Rural Science, Agriculture, Animal Science or Agribusiness at the University of New England.
- The applicant is living or intending to live in a UNE Residential College (excludes St Alberts College) for at least the first year.
Value of Scholarship
Undergraduate scholarship holders may not hold more than one UNE scholarship if the combined value is greater than six thousand dollars ($6,000) per annum.
How to Apply
- Please download the UNE Application for Undergraduate Scholarship Form and electronically complete all relevant sections. Some fields are mandatory and you will not be able to proceed without entering a value into these fields.
- They suggest that you save a copy of the completed form for your records.
- Only complete applications will be processed, so please ensure that you have submitted all required documentation with your application. The Scholarships, Prizes and Awards team will notify you via email when your application has been processed.
- If you have any questions or concerns regarding your application, please contact Student Success on (02) 6773 2000 and ask for the Scholarships, Prizes and Awards team for assistance.
Deadline: applications close 1st January 2019