RSFAS Student Managed Fund Equity Scholarship

ANU Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies

RSFAS Student Managed Fund Equity Scholarship

Overview

The Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Statistics within the ANU College of Business and Economics offers a scholarship known as The RSFAS Student Managed Fund Equity Scholarship.

The scholarship aims to strengthen educational outcomes for students both in terms of skills development and preparation for further study or employment, and raise awareness of the acute disadvantages that some students face in accessing university education.

Field of study

Eligibility

The award is available to a prospective ANU student who:

  • is an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident,  New Zealand citizen (or dual citizenship holders of either Australia or New Zealand) or Australian humanitarian visa holder;
  • is current school leaver in Australia at an Australian High School (or College);
  • receives an offer of admission and will enrol in one of the undergraduate coursework programs at the ANU CBE Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Statistics;
  • is eligible for Educational Access Scheme (EAS) financial disadvantage adjustment factors, or can demonstrate financial need through the UAC Equity Scholarships application process

Benefits

How to apply

All applicants applying for admission to ANU through the direct Admission Scholarship and Accommodation Application will be automatically considered for the award based on them meeting the eligibility criteria and electing to be considered for scholarships.

Value

1 on offer

Type

Reference document

Ongoing eligibility

Contact

CRICOS Provider : 00120CABN : 52 234 063 906

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