SCHOLARSHIPS: x2 for Indigenous students; Fullbright and Roberta Sykes Scholarships; get involved!

Published On July 22, 2014 | By ED | Opportunities and Events
  • Fulbright Indigenous Scholarship: The Fulbright Indigenous Scholarship is open to an Indigenous Postgraduate, Postdoctoral, Professional or Senior Scholar to undertake a research or study program in the United States, and is available in any field of academic study.  For Postgraduates it may be accredited towards an Australian higher degree, or to enrol in a U.S. higher degree.  For a Postdoctoral, Professional or Senior scholar it should be to undertake a program of research. It covers: Living, travel & establishment allowances; A support agency in the U.S. that assists with visas, events, and networks; Media and publicity support; ASPE medical insurance of up to USD 100,000 (for the Scholar only). For general information about the Scholarship, go to: http://theaspirationinitiative.com.au/indigenous-scholarships/find-a-scholarship/area-of-study/1564-fullbright-indigenous-scholarship  For application information, go to: http://www.fulbright.com.au/index.php/scholarships/for-australians?id=264  or contact Dr Ruth Lee Martin (Senior Manager Scholarships) on (02) 6260 4460 or fulbright@fulbright.com.au. Applications close 1 August 2014.
  •  Chief Executive Women Roberta Sykes Scholarship – Leading for Results program: Are you an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander woman with 5 years or more experience as a manager? Are you looking to develop your leadership skills in a global context? The Roberta Sykes Indigenous Education Foundation is partnering with Chief Executive Women to offer a second scholarship in 2014 for one Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander woman to undertake a short executive program at leading business school, INSEAD, at their Singapore campus from 1-5 December 2014 .  Applications close 28 July 2014.  Leading for Results Program  : The 5 day development program provides experienced managers with crucial skills for leading people in a global business environment (only managers with 5 or more years of experience will be considered).  The Scholarship covers return economy airfares to Singapore, university accommodation or equivalent, and most meals.  For application information go to:   http://www.cew.org.au/?LforR14# 

For more information, contact Tess Crellin (Indigenous Scholarships Coordinator) on (02) 9310 8421 or tess.crellin@auroraproject.com.au

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