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GenerationOne Indigenous Scholars Program

Key details

Length of Support
Normal course duration

About this scholarship

The GenerationOne scholarship program aims to foster the next generation of Indigenous leaders through supporting Indigenous students, as they embark on tertiary study. The scholarship provides financial assistance to help fund college accommodation costs and/or a stipend for expenses associated with studying and living away from home. This financial support gives Indigenous students the opportunity to make full use of the personal and leadership development opportunities without the accompanying monetary pressures of living away from home.

Scholarship Value: Varied

Length of Scholarship: Duration of course

Number Available: N/A

ELIGIBILITY

STUDY LEVEL: Undergraduate; Postgraduate (Course work)

YEAR OF STUDY: First Year; Continuing (2nd year or greater); 3rd year or greater

CITIZENSHIP: Australian Citizen

ETHNICITY: Aboriginal; Torres Strait Islander

STUDY REGION: All

STUDY MODE: All modes

STUDY LOAD: All loads

GENDER: Either

ELIGIBILITY / SELECTION CRITERIA

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DONOR DETAILS

GRADAUSTRALIA AND GENERATIONONE

GenerationOne's mission is to end the disparity between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people through real opportunities in education, training, mentoring and employment in one generation.
Aiming to break down stereotypes and negative opinions by promoting stories of success and opportunity, GenerationOne partners with and promotes organisations doing good work in the education and employment industries, including GradAustralia.

Eligibility

Eligible Degrees
  • Masters (Coursework)
Gender
  • Female
  • Male
Eligible Study Fields
P
Property & Built Environment
B
Business & Management
C
Creative Arts
T
Teaching & Education
E
Engineering & Mathematics
M
Medical & Health Sciences
I
IT & Computer Science
L
Law, Legal Studies & Justice
S
Sciences
H
Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences