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Charles Allan Seymour Hawker Scholarship

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Charles Allan Seymour Hawker Scholarship

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January 8, 2021
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Opportunity Type

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

Description

Description

The C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship is among the most substantial privately subsidized scholarships offered to undergraduate and post-graduate students in Australia. The Charles Hawker Scholarship preserves the reminiscence of soldier, politician, pastoralist and scholar Charles Allan Seymour Hawker. The Scholarship honors the accomplishments of one of Australia’s most appreciated statesmen.

 

C.A.S. Scholarships are available to all Australian students. The majority have been presented to students entering their first year of university study. Since 1990, the representatives have granted 129 C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship, many to regional students. Selection mainly revolves around personal potentials alongside demonstrated management as well as academic capability. Undergraduate and post-graduate Hawker Scholars are able to attend a variety of Australian academic institutions. Post-graduate Charles Hawker Scholars are also able to follow in Charles Hawker’s paths by registering at Trinity College and studying at Cambridge UK.

 

In 2020, three students were chosen as 2020 C.A.S. Hawker scholars, and two of the students among them are now studying at ANU.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities
  • Candidates must be Australian citizens.
  • The majority of scholarships are granted to students entering their first year of University.

Benefits

Benefits
  • Each residential scholarship is worth up to $60,000 over 3 years
  • These scholarships pay fees at numerous colleges in the ACT, SA, VIC and NSW to a level determined by the representatives.

Program Venue

Program Venue
Adelaide
Program Country
Australia

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Australia

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries
Australia

Application Process

Application Process

Click here to apply online or download the application form, print and complete the details and forward to the following address:

 

Private & Confidential
The Secretary to the Trustees C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship
C/ – Australian Executor Trustees Limited
44 Pirie Street
ADELAIDE SA 5000

 

Postal Address: GPO Box 546, ADELAIDE SA 5001

 

Selection is based on personal potentials alongside academic capability. Successful candidates have the ability to demonstrate their potential as a future leader and the contribution they have made to their school and wider community. Preference is given to candidates aspiring to a career in public affairs, politics and / or public service. Students from regional areas are encouraged to apply.

 

Applications open in early December after year 12 results are known and close in early January, to allow successful candidates to begin their university year. Short listed candidates are required to attend an interview with the representatives in late January. Depending on situations, the interview may be via video conferencing. Candidates are guided of the position of their application by early February.

 

Successful candidates have to provide the representatives with a progress report written on annual basis. They are also encouraged to maintain contact with the representatives once they have finished their studies.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Successful candidates are required to study at one of the following educational institutes and reside at the affiliated Colleges:

 

  • The Australian National University – Burgmann College ACT
  • The Flinders University of South Australia – St Mark’s College SA
  • The University of Adelaide – St Mark’s College SA
  • The University of Adelaide – Roseworthy Campus SA
  • The University of Cambridge – Trinity College UK
  • The University of New England – Robb College NSW
  • The University of South Australia – St Mark’s College SA
  • The Marcus Oldham College VIC

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Charles Allan Seymour Hawker Scholarship

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January 8, 2021
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Opportunity Type

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

Description

Description

The C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship is among the most substantial privately subsidized scholarships offered to undergraduate and post-graduate students in Australia. The Charles Hawker Scholarship preserves the reminiscence of soldier, politician, pastoralist and scholar Charles Allan Seymour Hawker. The Scholarship honors the accomplishments of one of Australia’s most appreciated statesmen.

 

C.A.S. Scholarships are available to all Australian students. The majority have been presented to students entering their first year of university study. Since 1990, the representatives have granted 129 C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship, many to regional students. Selection mainly revolves around personal potentials alongside demonstrated management as well as academic capability. Undergraduate and post-graduate Hawker Scholars are able to attend a variety of Australian academic institutions. Post-graduate Charles Hawker Scholars are also able to follow in Charles Hawker’s paths by registering at Trinity College and studying at Cambridge UK.

 

In 2020, three students were chosen as 2020 C.A.S. Hawker scholars, and two of the students among them are now studying at ANU.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities
  • Candidates must be Australian citizens.
  • The majority of scholarships are granted to students entering their first year of University.

Benefits

Benefits
  • Each residential scholarship is worth up to $60,000 over 3 years
  • These scholarships pay fees at numerous colleges in the ACT, SA, VIC and NSW to a level determined by the representatives.

Program Venue

Program Venue
Adelaide

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries

Australia

Application Process

Application Process

Click here to apply online or download the application form, print and complete the details and forward to the following address:

 

Private & Confidential
The Secretary to the Trustees C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship
C/ – Australian Executor Trustees Limited
44 Pirie Street
ADELAIDE SA 5000

 

Postal Address: GPO Box 546, ADELAIDE SA 5001

 

Selection is based on personal potentials alongside academic capability. Successful candidates have the ability to demonstrate their potential as a future leader and the contribution they have made to their school and wider community. Preference is given to candidates aspiring to a career in public affairs, politics and / or public service. Students from regional areas are encouraged to apply.

 

Applications open in early December after year 12 results are known and close in early January, to allow successful candidates to begin their university year. Short listed candidates are required to attend an interview with the representatives in late January. Depending on situations, the interview may be via video conferencing. Candidates are guided of the position of their application by early February.

 

Successful candidates have to provide the representatives with a progress report written on annual basis. They are also encouraged to maintain contact with the representatives once they have finished their studies.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Successful candidates are required to study at one of the following educational institutes and reside at the affiliated Colleges:

 

  • The Australian National University – Burgmann College ACT
  • The Flinders University of South Australia – St Mark’s College SA
  • The University of Adelaide – St Mark’s College SA
  • The University of Adelaide – Roseworthy Campus SA
  • The University of Cambridge – Trinity College UK
  • The University of New England – Robb College NSW
  • The University of South Australia – St Mark’s College SA
  • The Marcus Oldham College VIC

Fully Funded

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Charles Allan Seymour Hawker Scholarship

Deadline
January 8, 2021
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Opportunity Type

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

Description

Description

The C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship is among the most substantial privately subsidized scholarships offered to undergraduate and post-graduate students in Australia. The Charles Hawker Scholarship preserves the reminiscence of soldier, politician, pastoralist and scholar Charles Allan Seymour Hawker. The Scholarship honors the accomplishments of one of Australia’s most appreciated statesmen.

 

C.A.S. Scholarships are available to all Australian students. The majority have been presented to students entering their first year of university study. Since 1990, the representatives have granted 129 C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship, many to regional students. Selection mainly revolves around personal potentials alongside demonstrated management as well as academic capability. Undergraduate and post-graduate Hawker Scholars are able to attend a variety of Australian academic institutions. Post-graduate Charles Hawker Scholars are also able to follow in Charles Hawker’s paths by registering at Trinity College and studying at Cambridge UK.

 

In 2020, three students were chosen as 2020 C.A.S. Hawker scholars, and two of the students among them are now studying at ANU.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities
  • Candidates must be Australian citizens.
  • The majority of scholarships are granted to students entering their first year of University.

Benefits

Benefits
  • Each residential scholarship is worth up to $60,000 over 3 years
  • These scholarships pay fees at numerous colleges in the ACT, SA, VIC and NSW to a level determined by the representatives.

Program Venue

Program Venue
Adelaide

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries

Australia

Application Process

Application Process

Click here to apply online or download the application form, print and complete the details and forward to the following address:

 

Private & Confidential
The Secretary to the Trustees C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship
C/ – Australian Executor Trustees Limited
44 Pirie Street
ADELAIDE SA 5000

 

Postal Address: GPO Box 546, ADELAIDE SA 5001

 

Selection is based on personal potentials alongside academic capability. Successful candidates have the ability to demonstrate their potential as a future leader and the contribution they have made to their school and wider community. Preference is given to candidates aspiring to a career in public affairs, politics and / or public service. Students from regional areas are encouraged to apply.

 

Applications open in early December after year 12 results are known and close in early January, to allow successful candidates to begin their university year. Short listed candidates are required to attend an interview with the representatives in late January. Depending on situations, the interview may be via video conferencing. Candidates are guided of the position of their application by early February.

 

Successful candidates have to provide the representatives with a progress report written on annual basis. They are also encouraged to maintain contact with the representatives once they have finished their studies.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Successful candidates are required to study at one of the following educational institutes and reside at the affiliated Colleges:

 

  • The Australian National University – Burgmann College ACT
  • The Flinders University of South Australia – St Mark’s College SA
  • The University of Adelaide – St Mark’s College SA
  • The University of Adelaide – Roseworthy Campus SA
  • The University of Cambridge – Trinity College UK
  • The University of New England – Robb College NSW
  • The University of South Australia – St Mark’s College SA
  • The Marcus Oldham College VIC

Fully Funded

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January 1, 1970
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The C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship is among the most substantial privately subsidized scholarships offered to undergraduate and post-graduate students in Australia. The Charles Hawker Scholarship preserves the reminiscence of soldier, politician, pastoralist and scholar Charles Allan Seymour Hawker. The Scholarship honors the accomplishments of one of Australia’s most appreciated statesmen.

 

C.A.S. Scholarships are available to all Australian students. The majority have been presented to students entering their first year of university study. Since 1990, the representatives have granted 129 C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship, many to regional students. Selection mainly revolves around personal potentials alongside demonstrated management as well as academic capability. Undergraduate and post-graduate Hawker Scholars are able to attend a variety of Australian academic institutions. Post-graduate Charles Hawker Scholars are also able to follow in Charles Hawker’s paths by registering at Trinity College and studying at Cambridge UK.

 

In 2020, three students were chosen as 2020 C.A.S. Hawker scholars, and two of the students among them are now studying at ANU.

BENIFITS

  • Each residential scholarship is worth up to $60,000 over 3 years
  • These scholarships pay fees at numerous colleges in the ACT, SA, VIC and NSW to a level determined by the representatives.

Eligibilities

  • Candidates must be Australian citizens.
  • The majority of scholarships are granted to students entering their first year of University.

For Further Queries:

For more queries, email at cesare.silvestri@aetlimited.com.au

Eligible Regions:

Program Venue:

It will be held in Adelaide.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Click here to apply online or download the application form, print and complete the details and forward to the following address:

 

Private & Confidential
The Secretary to the Trustees C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship
C/ – Australian Executor Trustees Limited
44 Pirie Street
ADELAIDE SA 5000

 

Postal Address: GPO Box 546, ADELAIDE SA 5001

 

Selection is based on personal potentials alongside academic capability. Successful candidates have the ability to demonstrate their potential as a future leader and the contribution they have made to their school and wider community. Preference is given to candidates aspiring to a career in public affairs, politics and / or public service. Students from regional areas are encouraged to apply.

 

Applications open in early December after year 12 results are known and close in early January, to allow successful candidates to begin their university year. Short listed candidates are required to attend an interview with the representatives in late January. Depending on situations, the interview may be via video conferencing. Candidates are guided of the position of their application by early February.

 

Successful candidates have to provide the representatives with a progress report written on annual basis. They are also encouraged to maintain contact with the representatives once they have finished their studies.

Applications will be closed at:
January 8, 2021
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January 8, 2021
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