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BetaShares Student Grant

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Opportunity Type

Opportunity Type
Grants
Funding Type
Fully Funded
Scholarship Type
Post Graduate, Under Graduate

Description

Description

For the third year running, BetaShares, one of Australia’s leading ETF managers, is offering the chance for a chosen beneficiary to receive a Grant towards educational expenses or resources to support with their studies, along with an opportunity to have their work highlighted in the Insights section of the BetaShares website and via BetaShares social media channels.

 

This ETF Student Grant offers BetaShares the chance to showcase the brilliant intelligence and innovative thinking which Australian university students are able to manifest as demonstrated in the design for one of the world’s fastest-growing and disruptive speculation goods.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

All Grant claimants must be registered full-time in an official Australian tertiary education institute and have at least one year of study remaining to complete their degree.

 

Directors and workers of the Organizer and its associated firms along with their immediate family members are not eligible to enter.

Benefits

Benefits

In 2020-21, the value of the Grant remains at AUD $5,000, which would be rewarded by the sponsor directly to the Australian bank account provided by the qualified winner.

Program Venue

Program Venue
Sydney
Program Country
Australia

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Australia

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries
Australia

Application Process

Application Process

The challenge

 

To apply for the BetaShares ETF Student Grant, the applicant you must submit a piece of work (maximum 1,000 words) that would provide insight into a new recommended ETF that BetaShares should consider producing.

 

Each application should begin with the following:

 

  • A brief summary of what you study and how this scholarship is applicable to your faculty of study (if not business or finance).
  • A personal statement as to why you believe you should obtain the scholarship; e.g. financial hardship, good academic grades, career ambitions etc.

 

The anticipated piece of work entry must include all of the following components:

 

  • A comprehensive explanation of the ETF strategy that you recommend, including details of a projected investment methodology.
  • Details of why you believe such an ETF will have mandate from Australian stakeholders in the ETF marketplace and which target markets you would expect this to be prevalent in.
  • Data that designates that this product is exclusive/not currently offered in the Australian ETF market.
  • Where likely, information as to how you think this investment policy would perform in numerous market circumstances.
  • Example marketing/supply strategies by which to sell this ETF to stockholders.

 

Entry

 

Qualified applicants must submit their entry during the Entry Period by submitting their entry by email to: [email protected]

 

The Entry Period starts on 29th June 2020 at 09:00 am and ends on 11th June 2021 at 23:59 pm (“Entry Period”). The times noted are based on Sydney, Australia time.

 

Entries must include:

 

  • Your full name.
  • The details of your tertiary education institute, your area of study and your course name. This information will be confirmed at the Promoter’s discretion.
  • Contact details along with your email address and contact number.

 

Entries must be entered in English and submitted in PDF or Word format. There is no entry fee. Eligible applicants can only enter once and in their own name.

 

An entry must be the original work of the entrant. If an entry is found to be plagiarized, whether partially or wholly, it would not be treated as valid. This clause functions despite any communication of the outcome of the competition.

 

Judging

 

Every piece of work would be evaluated on the research level; the simplicity of expression; the creativity level; along with its structure, language, the accuracy of information and wording. Personal statements will also be considered as a component of the selection conditions.

 

The winner of the Grant will be nominated on the basis of the best-written entrance by a panel of juries nominated by the organizer. Judgement would take place from 14th June 2021, at Level 6, 50 Margaret St, Sydney NSW 2000.

 

Winners would be informed by email and their name will be published on the official website on 28th June 2021.

 

 

Number of Entries permitted

 

  • Eligible entrants can only enter once and in their own name

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The organizer reserves the right in its only decision to prohibit any individual who the organizer thinks has breached Terms and Conditions, or has been involved in any illegal or other inappropriate misconduct intended to jeopardize the fair and proper conduct of the Grant program.

 

 

Unclaimed Prize

 

  • If the Promoter is unable to contact the winner to claim the Grant within six weeks of the announcement of the winner, the winner will forfeit the Grant in its entirety and it shall be awarded to the next runner up in the program

 

 

Terms and Conditions – General

 

  • The entrant agrees and acknowledges that they have read these Terms and Conditions and that entry into the Grant program is deemed to be acceptance of these Terms and Conditions, in full
  • Any eligible entrant who, in the opinion of the Promoter, tampers or interferes with the entry mechanism in any way, engages in any unlawful or improper conduct which jeopardises, or is likely to jeopardise, the fair or proper conduct of the program, or who does not properly comply with the entry process, will be ineligible to receive the Grant or enter further similar programs run by the Promoter
  • If this Grant program is interfered with in any way or is not capable of being conducted as reasonably anticipated due to any reason beyond the reasonable control of the Promoter, the Promoter reserves the right, in its sole and absolute discretion and to the fullest extent permitted by law to: (a) disqualify any entrant or claimant; or (b) modify, suspend, terminate, or cancel the Grant program, as appropriate
  • The Promoter reserves the right in its sole discretion to disqualify any individual who the Promoter has reason to believe has breached any of these Terms and Conditions, or engaged in any unlawful or other improper misconduct calculated to jeopardise the fair and proper conduct of the Grant program
  • The Promoter reserves the right to not select any winner if a suitable entry that meets all the criteria and accords with these Terms and Conditions cannot be found
  • Any information entrants provide will be used by the Promoter for the purpose of conducting this competition. By entering this competition, entrants consent to the collection and storage of their personal information on the databases of the Promoter, and the Promoter may use this information for future promotional and marketing purposes regarding its products and services. The Promoter may disclose entrants’ personal information to its contractors and agents to assist in conducting this competition or communicating with entrants. The Promoter is bound by the Australian Privacy Principles in the Privacy Act 1988. Entrants can view the Promoter’s privacy policy at www.betashares.com.au/privacy, which applies to such information. Entrants can request access to the personal information the Promoter holds about them by contacting the Promoter at the address stated above
  • All entrants must only submit their own original work. Any such work cannot be previously published in any forum worldwide. All entries become the property of the Promoter and cannot be returned. Entries that are found to have been derived from a third party will be considered invalid and, if awarded the Grant, the Grant value must be returned to the Promoter
  • The Promoter reserves the right to use the product ideas contained in the winning entry in the course of its business, including in connection with the development, establishment, operation and promotion of ETF products. In consideration of the Grant, You acknowledge and agree that all copyright and other intellectual property rights (“IP Rights”) in the winning entry are and shall be the property of the Promoter, and You hereby assign to the Promoter all IP Rights in such works
  • The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to validate and check the authenticity of entries and entrant’s details (including an entrant’s identity and tertiary education enrolment). In the event that a winner cannot provide suitable proof, the winner will forfeit the Grant. Incomplete, indecipherable, incorrect and illegible entries, as applicable, will at the Promoter’s discretion be deemed invalid. Entries containing offensive or defamatory comments, or which breach any law or infringe any third-party rights, including intellectual property rights, are not eligible to win
  • The judges’ decision in relation to any aspect of the Grant program is final and binding on each person who enters. Chance plays no part in determining any winner. No correspondence will be entered into. No responsibility is accepted for late, lost or misdirected entries
  • The Promoter reserves the right to amend these Terms and Conditions if this Grant program cannot be run as originally planned
  • The entrant will participate in and co-operate as required with all reasonable marketing and editorial activities relating to the program, including (but not limited to) being recorded, photographed, filmed or interviewed and acknowledges that the Promoter may use any such marketing and editorial material without further reference or compensation to them
  • The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any tax implications and the entrant must seek their own independent financial advice in regard to the tax implications relating to the Grant or acceptance of the Grant
  • Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of these rights
  • The competition and these terms and conditions are subject to and governed by the laws of New South Wales

Fully Funded

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BetaShares Student Grant

Deadline
June 11, 2021
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Opportunity Type

Opportunity Type Type
Grants
Job Type
Full Time
Scholarship Type
Post Graduate, Under Graduate

Description

Description

For the third year running, BetaShares, one of Australia’s leading ETF managers, is offering the chance for a chosen beneficiary to receive a Grant towards educational expenses or resources to support with their studies, along with an opportunity to have their work highlighted in the Insights section of the BetaShares website and via BetaShares social media channels.

 

This ETF Student Grant offers BetaShares the chance to showcase the brilliant intelligence and innovative thinking which Australian university students are able to manifest as demonstrated in the design for one of the world’s fastest-growing and disruptive speculation goods.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

All Grant claimants must be registered full-time in an official Australian tertiary education institute and have at least one year of study remaining to complete their degree.

 

Directors and workers of the Organizer and its associated firms along with their immediate family members are not eligible to enter.

Benefits

Benefits

In 2020-21, the value of the Grant remains at AUD $5,000, which would be rewarded by the sponsor directly to the Australian bank account provided by the qualified winner.

Program Venue

Program Venue
Sydney

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries

Australia

Application Process

Application Process

The challenge

 

To apply for the BetaShares ETF Student Grant, the applicant you must submit a piece of work (maximum 1,000 words) that would provide insight into a new recommended ETF that BetaShares should consider producing.

 

Each application should begin with the following:

 

  • A brief summary of what you study and how this scholarship is applicable to your faculty of study (if not business or finance).
  • A personal statement as to why you believe you should obtain the scholarship; e.g. financial hardship, good academic grades, career ambitions etc.

 

The anticipated piece of work entry must include all of the following components:

 

  • A comprehensive explanation of the ETF strategy that you recommend, including details of a projected investment methodology.
  • Details of why you believe such an ETF will have mandate from Australian stakeholders in the ETF marketplace and which target markets you would expect this to be prevalent in.
  • Data that designates that this product is exclusive/not currently offered in the Australian ETF market.
  • Where likely, information as to how you think this investment policy would perform in numerous market circumstances.
  • Example marketing/supply strategies by which to sell this ETF to stockholders.

 

Entry

 

Qualified applicants must submit their entry during the Entry Period by submitting their entry by email to: [email protected]

 

The Entry Period starts on 29th June 2020 at 09:00 am and ends on 11th June 2021 at 23:59 pm (“Entry Period”). The times noted are based on Sydney, Australia time.

 

Entries must include:

 

  • Your full name.
  • The details of your tertiary education institute, your area of study and your course name. This information will be confirmed at the Promoter’s discretion.
  • Contact details along with your email address and contact number.

 

Entries must be entered in English and submitted in PDF or Word format. There is no entry fee. Eligible applicants can only enter once and in their own name.

 

An entry must be the original work of the entrant. If an entry is found to be plagiarized, whether partially or wholly, it would not be treated as valid. This clause functions despite any communication of the outcome of the competition.

 

Judging

 

Every piece of work would be evaluated on the research level; the simplicity of expression; the creativity level; along with its structure, language, the accuracy of information and wording. Personal statements will also be considered as a component of the selection conditions.

 

The winner of the Grant will be nominated on the basis of the best-written entrance by a panel of juries nominated by the organizer. Judgement would take place from 14th June 2021, at Level 6, 50 Margaret St, Sydney NSW 2000.

 

Winners would be informed by email and their name will be published on the official website on 28th June 2021.

 

 

Number of Entries permitted

 

  • Eligible entrants can only enter once and in their own name

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The organizer reserves the right in its only decision to prohibit any individual who the organizer thinks has breached Terms and Conditions, or has been involved in any illegal or other inappropriate misconduct intended to jeopardize the fair and proper conduct of the Grant program.

 

 

Unclaimed Prize

 

  • If the Promoter is unable to contact the winner to claim the Grant within six weeks of the announcement of the winner, the winner will forfeit the Grant in its entirety and it shall be awarded to the next runner up in the program

 

 

Terms and Conditions – General

 

  • The entrant agrees and acknowledges that they have read these Terms and Conditions and that entry into the Grant program is deemed to be acceptance of these Terms and Conditions, in full
  • Any eligible entrant who, in the opinion of the Promoter, tampers or interferes with the entry mechanism in any way, engages in any unlawful or improper conduct which jeopardises, or is likely to jeopardise, the fair or proper conduct of the program, or who does not properly comply with the entry process, will be ineligible to receive the Grant or enter further similar programs run by the Promoter
  • If this Grant program is interfered with in any way or is not capable of being conducted as reasonably anticipated due to any reason beyond the reasonable control of the Promoter, the Promoter reserves the right, in its sole and absolute discretion and to the fullest extent permitted by law to: (a) disqualify any entrant or claimant; or (b) modify, suspend, terminate, or cancel the Grant program, as appropriate
  • The Promoter reserves the right in its sole discretion to disqualify any individual who the Promoter has reason to believe has breached any of these Terms and Conditions, or engaged in any unlawful or other improper misconduct calculated to jeopardise the fair and proper conduct of the Grant program
  • The Promoter reserves the right to not select any winner if a suitable entry that meets all the criteria and accords with these Terms and Conditions cannot be found
  • Any information entrants provide will be used by the Promoter for the purpose of conducting this competition. By entering this competition, entrants consent to the collection and storage of their personal information on the databases of the Promoter, and the Promoter may use this information for future promotional and marketing purposes regarding its products and services. The Promoter may disclose entrants’ personal information to its contractors and agents to assist in conducting this competition or communicating with entrants. The Promoter is bound by the Australian Privacy Principles in the Privacy Act 1988. Entrants can view the Promoter’s privacy policy at www.betashares.com.au/privacy, which applies to such information. Entrants can request access to the personal information the Promoter holds about them by contacting the Promoter at the address stated above
  • All entrants must only submit their own original work. Any such work cannot be previously published in any forum worldwide. All entries become the property of the Promoter and cannot be returned. Entries that are found to have been derived from a third party will be considered invalid and, if awarded the Grant, the Grant value must be returned to the Promoter
  • The Promoter reserves the right to use the product ideas contained in the winning entry in the course of its business, including in connection with the development, establishment, operation and promotion of ETF products. In consideration of the Grant, You acknowledge and agree that all copyright and other intellectual property rights (“IP Rights”) in the winning entry are and shall be the property of the Promoter, and You hereby assign to the Promoter all IP Rights in such works
  • The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to validate and check the authenticity of entries and entrant’s details (including an entrant’s identity and tertiary education enrolment). In the event that a winner cannot provide suitable proof, the winner will forfeit the Grant. Incomplete, indecipherable, incorrect and illegible entries, as applicable, will at the Promoter’s discretion be deemed invalid. Entries containing offensive or defamatory comments, or which breach any law or infringe any third-party rights, including intellectual property rights, are not eligible to win
  • The judges’ decision in relation to any aspect of the Grant program is final and binding on each person who enters. Chance plays no part in determining any winner. No correspondence will be entered into. No responsibility is accepted for late, lost or misdirected entries
  • The Promoter reserves the right to amend these Terms and Conditions if this Grant program cannot be run as originally planned
  • The entrant will participate in and co-operate as required with all reasonable marketing and editorial activities relating to the program, including (but not limited to) being recorded, photographed, filmed or interviewed and acknowledges that the Promoter may use any such marketing and editorial material without further reference or compensation to them
  • The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any tax implications and the entrant must seek their own independent financial advice in regard to the tax implications relating to the Grant or acceptance of the Grant
  • Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of these rights
  • The competition and these terms and conditions are subject to and governed by the laws of New South Wales

Fully Funded

Time Left
00
Days
00
Hours
00
Minutes
Time Zone
AEST

BetaShares Student Grant

Deadline
June 11, 2021
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Opportunity Type

Opportunity Type
Grants
Intership Type
Select Type
Scholarship Type
Post Graduate, Under Graduate

Description

Description

For the third year running, BetaShares, one of Australia’s leading ETF managers, is offering the chance for a chosen beneficiary to receive a Grant towards educational expenses or resources to support with their studies, along with an opportunity to have their work highlighted in the Insights section of the BetaShares website and via BetaShares social media channels.

 

This ETF Student Grant offers BetaShares the chance to showcase the brilliant intelligence and innovative thinking which Australian university students are able to manifest as demonstrated in the design for one of the world’s fastest-growing and disruptive speculation goods.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

All Grant claimants must be registered full-time in an official Australian tertiary education institute and have at least one year of study remaining to complete their degree.

 

Directors and workers of the Organizer and its associated firms along with their immediate family members are not eligible to enter.

Benefits

Benefits

In 2020-21, the value of the Grant remains at AUD $5,000, which would be rewarded by the sponsor directly to the Australian bank account provided by the qualified winner.

Program Venue

Program Venue
Sydney

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries

Australia

Application Process

Application Process

The challenge

 

To apply for the BetaShares ETF Student Grant, the applicant you must submit a piece of work (maximum 1,000 words) that would provide insight into a new recommended ETF that BetaShares should consider producing.

 

Each application should begin with the following:

 

  • A brief summary of what you study and how this scholarship is applicable to your faculty of study (if not business or finance).
  • A personal statement as to why you believe you should obtain the scholarship; e.g. financial hardship, good academic grades, career ambitions etc.

 

The anticipated piece of work entry must include all of the following components:

 

  • A comprehensive explanation of the ETF strategy that you recommend, including details of a projected investment methodology.
  • Details of why you believe such an ETF will have mandate from Australian stakeholders in the ETF marketplace and which target markets you would expect this to be prevalent in.
  • Data that designates that this product is exclusive/not currently offered in the Australian ETF market.
  • Where likely, information as to how you think this investment policy would perform in numerous market circumstances.
  • Example marketing/supply strategies by which to sell this ETF to stockholders.

 

Entry

 

Qualified applicants must submit their entry during the Entry Period by submitting their entry by email to: [email protected]

 

The Entry Period starts on 29th June 2020 at 09:00 am and ends on 11th June 2021 at 23:59 pm (“Entry Period”). The times noted are based on Sydney, Australia time.

 

Entries must include:

 

  • Your full name.
  • The details of your tertiary education institute, your area of study and your course name. This information will be confirmed at the Promoter’s discretion.
  • Contact details along with your email address and contact number.

 

Entries must be entered in English and submitted in PDF or Word format. There is no entry fee. Eligible applicants can only enter once and in their own name.

 

An entry must be the original work of the entrant. If an entry is found to be plagiarized, whether partially or wholly, it would not be treated as valid. This clause functions despite any communication of the outcome of the competition.

 

Judging

 

Every piece of work would be evaluated on the research level; the simplicity of expression; the creativity level; along with its structure, language, the accuracy of information and wording. Personal statements will also be considered as a component of the selection conditions.

 

The winner of the Grant will be nominated on the basis of the best-written entrance by a panel of juries nominated by the organizer. Judgement would take place from 14th June 2021, at Level 6, 50 Margaret St, Sydney NSW 2000.

 

Winners would be informed by email and their name will be published on the official website on 28th June 2021.

 

 

Number of Entries permitted

 

  • Eligible entrants can only enter once and in their own name

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The organizer reserves the right in its only decision to prohibit any individual who the organizer thinks has breached Terms and Conditions, or has been involved in any illegal or other inappropriate misconduct intended to jeopardize the fair and proper conduct of the Grant program.

 

 

Unclaimed Prize

 

  • If the Promoter is unable to contact the winner to claim the Grant within six weeks of the announcement of the winner, the winner will forfeit the Grant in its entirety and it shall be awarded to the next runner up in the program

 

 

Terms and Conditions – General

 

  • The entrant agrees and acknowledges that they have read these Terms and Conditions and that entry into the Grant program is deemed to be acceptance of these Terms and Conditions, in full
  • Any eligible entrant who, in the opinion of the Promoter, tampers or interferes with the entry mechanism in any way, engages in any unlawful or improper conduct which jeopardises, or is likely to jeopardise, the fair or proper conduct of the program, or who does not properly comply with the entry process, will be ineligible to receive the Grant or enter further similar programs run by the Promoter
  • If this Grant program is interfered with in any way or is not capable of being conducted as reasonably anticipated due to any reason beyond the reasonable control of the Promoter, the Promoter reserves the right, in its sole and absolute discretion and to the fullest extent permitted by law to: (a) disqualify any entrant or claimant; or (b) modify, suspend, terminate, or cancel the Grant program, as appropriate
  • The Promoter reserves the right in its sole discretion to disqualify any individual who the Promoter has reason to believe has breached any of these Terms and Conditions, or engaged in any unlawful or other improper misconduct calculated to jeopardise the fair and proper conduct of the Grant program
  • The Promoter reserves the right to not select any winner if a suitable entry that meets all the criteria and accords with these Terms and Conditions cannot be found
  • Any information entrants provide will be used by the Promoter for the purpose of conducting this competition. By entering this competition, entrants consent to the collection and storage of their personal information on the databases of the Promoter, and the Promoter may use this information for future promotional and marketing purposes regarding its products and services. The Promoter may disclose entrants’ personal information to its contractors and agents to assist in conducting this competition or communicating with entrants. The Promoter is bound by the Australian Privacy Principles in the Privacy Act 1988. Entrants can view the Promoter’s privacy policy at www.betashares.com.au/privacy, which applies to such information. Entrants can request access to the personal information the Promoter holds about them by contacting the Promoter at the address stated above
  • All entrants must only submit their own original work. Any such work cannot be previously published in any forum worldwide. All entries become the property of the Promoter and cannot be returned. Entries that are found to have been derived from a third party will be considered invalid and, if awarded the Grant, the Grant value must be returned to the Promoter
  • The Promoter reserves the right to use the product ideas contained in the winning entry in the course of its business, including in connection with the development, establishment, operation and promotion of ETF products. In consideration of the Grant, You acknowledge and agree that all copyright and other intellectual property rights (“IP Rights”) in the winning entry are and shall be the property of the Promoter, and You hereby assign to the Promoter all IP Rights in such works
  • The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to validate and check the authenticity of entries and entrant’s details (including an entrant’s identity and tertiary education enrolment). In the event that a winner cannot provide suitable proof, the winner will forfeit the Grant. Incomplete, indecipherable, incorrect and illegible entries, as applicable, will at the Promoter’s discretion be deemed invalid. Entries containing offensive or defamatory comments, or which breach any law or infringe any third-party rights, including intellectual property rights, are not eligible to win
  • The judges’ decision in relation to any aspect of the Grant program is final and binding on each person who enters. Chance plays no part in determining any winner. No correspondence will be entered into. No responsibility is accepted for late, lost or misdirected entries
  • The Promoter reserves the right to amend these Terms and Conditions if this Grant program cannot be run as originally planned
  • The entrant will participate in and co-operate as required with all reasonable marketing and editorial activities relating to the program, including (but not limited to) being recorded, photographed, filmed or interviewed and acknowledges that the Promoter may use any such marketing and editorial material without further reference or compensation to them
  • The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any tax implications and the entrant must seek their own independent financial advice in regard to the tax implications relating to the Grant or acceptance of the Grant
  • Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of these rights
  • The competition and these terms and conditions are subject to and governed by the laws of New South Wales

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Description

For the third year running, BetaShares, one of Australia’s leading ETF managers, is offering the chance for a chosen beneficiary to receive a Grant towards educational expenses or resources to support with their studies, along with an opportunity to have their work highlighted in the Insights section of the BetaShares website and via BetaShares social media channels.

 

This ETF Student Grant offers BetaShares the chance to showcase the brilliant intelligence and innovative thinking which Australian university students are able to manifest as demonstrated in the design for one of the world’s fastest-growing and disruptive speculation goods.

BENIFITS

In 2020-21, the value of the Grant remains at AUD $5,000, which would be rewarded by the sponsor directly to the Australian bank account provided by the qualified winner.

Eligibilities

All Grant claimants must be registered full-time in an official Australian tertiary education institute and have at least one year of study remaining to complete their degree.

 

Directors and workers of the Organizer and its associated firms along with their immediate family members are not eligible to enter.

For Further Queries:

Email at [email protected] for further information.

Eligible Regions:

Program Venue:

It will be held in Sydney.

APPLICATION PROCESS

The challenge

 

To apply for the BetaShares ETF Student Grant, the applicant you must submit a piece of work (maximum 1,000 words) that would provide insight into a new recommended ETF that BetaShares should consider producing.

 

Each application should begin with the following:

 

  • A brief summary of what you study and how this scholarship is applicable to your faculty of study (if not business or finance).
  • A personal statement as to why you believe you should obtain the scholarship; e.g. financial hardship, good academic grades, career ambitions etc.

 

The anticipated piece of work entry must include all of the following components:

 

  • A comprehensive explanation of the ETF strategy that you recommend, including details of a projected investment methodology.
  • Details of why you believe such an ETF will have mandate from Australian stakeholders in the ETF marketplace and which target markets you would expect this to be prevalent in.
  • Data that designates that this product is exclusive/not currently offered in the Australian ETF market.
  • Where likely, information as to how you think this investment policy would perform in numerous market circumstances.
  • Example marketing/supply strategies by which to sell this ETF to stockholders.

 

Entry

 

Qualified applicants must submit their entry during the Entry Period by submitting their entry by email to: [email protected]

 

The Entry Period starts on 29th June 2020 at 09:00 am and ends on 11th June 2021 at 23:59 pm (“Entry Period”). The times noted are based on Sydney, Australia time.

 

Entries must include:

 

  • Your full name.
  • The details of your tertiary education institute, your area of study and your course name. This information will be confirmed at the Promoter’s discretion.
  • Contact details along with your email address and contact number.

 

Entries must be entered in English and submitted in PDF or Word format. There is no entry fee. Eligible applicants can only enter once and in their own name.

 

An entry must be the original work of the entrant. If an entry is found to be plagiarized, whether partially or wholly, it would not be treated as valid. This clause functions despite any communication of the outcome of the competition.

 

Judging

 

Every piece of work would be evaluated on the research level; the simplicity of expression; the creativity level; along with its structure, language, the accuracy of information and wording. Personal statements will also be considered as a component of the selection conditions.

 

The winner of the Grant will be nominated on the basis of the best-written entrance by a panel of juries nominated by the organizer. Judgement would take place from 14th June 2021, at Level 6, 50 Margaret St, Sydney NSW 2000.

 

Winners would be informed by email and their name will be published on the official website on 28th June 2021.

 

 

Number of Entries permitted

 

  • Eligible entrants can only enter once and in their own name
Applications will be closed at:
June 11, 2021
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