The E.D. Daniel Scholarship, valued at $7000, is offered annually to female students who are undertaking a Masters degree in Education or Teaching. The scholarship is open to students preparing to teach any subject.
The WISENet STEM Bursary valued at $3500 is offered to female students enrolled in a Masters degree in Education or Teaching and preparing to teach science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM). Students should indicate their interest when making their online application for the Education Masters scholarship.
Students applying for the Education Masters scholarship may apply at the same time for the Centennial Scholarship 2020.
Applications are now open. Closing date 31 March.
Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.
To be eligible for these awards, you must meet the following criteria:
- Female gender
- Enrolled in a Masters in Education or Teaching on 31 March in the year of application
- Enrolled at a Victorian university or a Victorian campus of ACU on 31 March in the year of application
- Australian citizen or permanent resident
Applications must be made online and close at midnight on 31 March. Winners are expected to attend the Scholarship Presentation Day and give a brief presentation. Scholarships will be awarded to students only who are enrolled on Scholarship Presentation Day, normally held on a Saturday in early June.
You must also demonstrate to the satisfaction of Graduate Women Victoria that you have been or are overcoming disadvantage in pursuing your studies.
Disadvantage may include:
- Financial difficulty or low income
- English as a second language
- Migrant or refugee status
- Disability or medical condition
- Family/caring responsibilities
- Geographical isolation/significant distance from campus
- Family crisis or difficult family environment
- Career/study disruption
- Other difficult circumstances
- The Scholarship Sub-committee of Graduate Women Victoria reserves the right to contact referees for further information.
- Applications will not be received after midnight on 31 March.
- All decisions on the results of the awards are final and no correspondence or discussion will be entered into.
Before commencing the application, you are advised to prepare documents to be uploaded and to contact your referees. Note that you may save your work and exit from the online application site and return to edit your application. However once you submit your application, you are unable to change it.
- Scanned copy (pdf) of proof of citizenship or permanent resident status e.g. extract of birth entry, passport, visa, certificate of citizenship
- Scanned copy (pdf) of proof of enrolment in year of application
- Scanned copy (pdf) of original of all university results including those for subjects completed in your present course. An Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement (AHEGS) is acceptable for completed courses.
- If your university has provided a certificate via MyeQuals, you may insert the link in the space provided on the application form.
- Brief account of your career plans and research project if applicable – you may paste in a Word document, maximum 300 words, 11 point Arial font, line spacing 1.5.
- Resume (cv) of no more than two pages of 11 point Arial font and line spacing 1.5.
- Personal impact statement to explain the nature of your disadvantage and its effect on your study. You may paste in a Word document of no more than 300 words of 11 point Arial font and line spacing 1.5
- Supporting documentation for your disadvantage(s) – scanned copy (pdf) of originals, no more than 6 pages.
You will be asked to provide the names, positions and email addresses of two referees. Please provide each referee with the References must be received by 15 April 2020.
For students who have recently returned to study, one GWV Information for Referees employer referee and one academic referee is acceptable.
Before applying, students are advised to read carefully all the information on this website, including the Frequently Asked Questions.
You may register to apply for a scholarship at https://gwvschols.gradwomenvic.org.au/