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Dr Peter Crossman Scholarship-James Cook University

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Scholarship
Funding Type
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Scholarship Type
Under Graduate

Description

Description

The Dr Peter Crossman Scholarship has been established as a bursary to assist James Cook University Students who reside at The John Flynn College. In 2020 a single scholarship is valued at up to $7000, or 50% of the annual residential accommodation fee for a standard room.

 

The purpose of the scholarship is to provide students from diverse backgrounds (who may not have the capacity to pay full college fees) with the opportunity to reside at The John Flynn College. Recipients must demonstrate academic excellence in their studies and a commitment to the wider community. Recipients are eligible to apply for the same scholarship in years two and three of their college residency. The John Flynn College plans to have three Peter Crossman Scholarship awardees as members of the College from 2021.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

To be eligible for the Peter Crossman Scholarship, an applicant must:

 

  • Be  an Australian or New Zealand citizen or the holder of an Australian permanent resident visa or permanent humanitarian visa; and
  • Be enrolled full time (at least 9 credit points per semester) at James Cook University in their first year of enrolment in an undergraduate bachelor or diploma course as at the census date for study period 1 and 2; and
  • Have not previously completed a bachelor degree
  • Demonstrate that their home is so far from James Cook University Townsville that daily travel for full-time internal study is impracticable
  • Demonstrate academic excellence in their previous studies
  • Demonstrate educational, social and/or financial disadvantage
  • Demonstrate contribution to the wider community, through activities such as community service and participation in academics, arts, music, culture or sports; and
  • Demonstrate their ability to uphold the values of the College.

 

The recipient may be eligible for the same scholarship in years two and three of their residency at the John Flynn College providing the recipient:

 

  • Submits the required form by the due date each year
  • Continues to meet the eligibility criteria
  • Maintains a satisfactory Grade Point Average (GPA)
  • Obtains the express endorsement from the College Principal of the applicant’s ability to uphold the College values

Benefits

Benefits

The successful applicant of this scholarship you will receive up to $7,000 paid in two equal instalments after Census date of Study Period 1 and Study Period 2. Payment will be made by crediting their John Flynn College account.

Program Venue

Program Venue
Townsville
Program Country
Australia

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Australia, New Zealand

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries
Australia, New Zealand

Application Process

Application Process

Selection Criteria

 

The Selection Committee shall, in the exercise of its absolute discretion, afford consideration to the following criteria:

 

  • the applicant’s academic merit;
  • the extent of the applicant’s educational, social and/or financial disadvantage;
  • content of the written statement;
  • the character of the candidate for the award; and
  • any other criteria that the Selection Committee deems appropriate.

 

Application Procedures

 

Applications must be submitted on the official application form no later than the close date in the year in which the scholarship is to be awarded.

 

Applicants must submit with the official form, where appropriate:

 

  • A personal statement of no more than two pages addressing the eligibility criteria.
  • A copy of their birth certificate, passport or permanent visa.
  • A character reference from a person other than a family member, demonstrating the applicant’s contribution to the wider community and their ability to uphold the values of the College.
  • Any other supporting documentation that would assist the Selection Committee in assessing the merit of the application.

 

Selection Process

 

The award of the scholarship shall be made in the absolute discretion of the Selection Committee.

 

The Selection Committee shall comprise:

 

  • The College Council Chair
  • College Principal (Chair of Selection Committee)
  • A member of the College Council

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Payment will be made by crediting the recipient’s John Flynn College account. 50% of the scholarship will be credited to the recipient’s account at the beginning of study period 1 and the remainder will be credited to the recipient’s account at the beginning of study period 2.

 

Payment will not be made for a scholarship if the recipient does not confirm acceptance within 7 days of being notified of the scholarship. If the recipient does not confirm acceptance within 7 days, the recipient will no longer be eligible for the scholarship.

 

A scholarship may be terminated by the College Principal if the recipient:

 

  • Fails to confirm acceptance of the scholarship within 7 days of being notified of the scholarship; or
  • Ceases to meet the eligibility criteria; or
  • Is suspended or excluded from their course of study; or
  • Is suspended or excluded from residency at The John Flynn College
  • Is found to have provided false or misleading information in relation to the scholarship

 

A student may lodge a request for review of decision in accordance with the provisions of the Student Appeals Policy.

 

A recipient cannot defer or request suspension of their scholarship payments. A recipient cannot be the recipient of more than one scholarship issued by The John Flynn College.

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Dr Peter Crossman Scholarship-James Cook University

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Opportunity Type

Opportunity Type Type
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Job Type
Full Time
Scholarship Type
Under Graduate

Description

Description

The Dr Peter Crossman Scholarship has been established as a bursary to assist James Cook University Students who reside at The John Flynn College. In 2020 a single scholarship is valued at up to $7000, or 50% of the annual residential accommodation fee for a standard room.

 

The purpose of the scholarship is to provide students from diverse backgrounds (who may not have the capacity to pay full college fees) with the opportunity to reside at The John Flynn College. Recipients must demonstrate academic excellence in their studies and a commitment to the wider community. Recipients are eligible to apply for the same scholarship in years two and three of their college residency. The John Flynn College plans to have three Peter Crossman Scholarship awardees as members of the College from 2021.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

To be eligible for the Peter Crossman Scholarship, an applicant must:

 

  • Be  an Australian or New Zealand citizen or the holder of an Australian permanent resident visa or permanent humanitarian visa; and
  • Be enrolled full time (at least 9 credit points per semester) at James Cook University in their first year of enrolment in an undergraduate bachelor or diploma course as at the census date for study period 1 and 2; and
  • Have not previously completed a bachelor degree
  • Demonstrate that their home is so far from James Cook University Townsville that daily travel for full-time internal study is impracticable
  • Demonstrate academic excellence in their previous studies
  • Demonstrate educational, social and/or financial disadvantage
  • Demonstrate contribution to the wider community, through activities such as community service and participation in academics, arts, music, culture or sports; and
  • Demonstrate their ability to uphold the values of the College.

 

The recipient may be eligible for the same scholarship in years two and three of their residency at the John Flynn College providing the recipient:

 

  • Submits the required form by the due date each year
  • Continues to meet the eligibility criteria
  • Maintains a satisfactory Grade Point Average (GPA)
  • Obtains the express endorsement from the College Principal of the applicant’s ability to uphold the College values

Benefits

Benefits

The successful applicant of this scholarship you will receive up to $7,000 paid in two equal instalments after Census date of Study Period 1 and Study Period 2. Payment will be made by crediting their John Flynn College account.

Program Venue

Program Venue
Townsville

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries

Australia, New Zealand

Application Process

Application Process

Selection Criteria

 

The Selection Committee shall, in the exercise of its absolute discretion, afford consideration to the following criteria:

 

  • the applicant’s academic merit;
  • the extent of the applicant’s educational, social and/or financial disadvantage;
  • content of the written statement;
  • the character of the candidate for the award; and
  • any other criteria that the Selection Committee deems appropriate.

 

Application Procedures

 

Applications must be submitted on the official application form no later than the close date in the year in which the scholarship is to be awarded.

 

Applicants must submit with the official form, where appropriate:

 

  • A personal statement of no more than two pages addressing the eligibility criteria.
  • A copy of their birth certificate, passport or permanent visa.
  • A character reference from a person other than a family member, demonstrating the applicant’s contribution to the wider community and their ability to uphold the values of the College.
  • Any other supporting documentation that would assist the Selection Committee in assessing the merit of the application.

 

Selection Process

 

The award of the scholarship shall be made in the absolute discretion of the Selection Committee.

 

The Selection Committee shall comprise:

 

  • The College Council Chair
  • College Principal (Chair of Selection Committee)
  • A member of the College Council

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Payment will be made by crediting the recipient’s John Flynn College account. 50% of the scholarship will be credited to the recipient’s account at the beginning of study period 1 and the remainder will be credited to the recipient’s account at the beginning of study period 2.

 

Payment will not be made for a scholarship if the recipient does not confirm acceptance within 7 days of being notified of the scholarship. If the recipient does not confirm acceptance within 7 days, the recipient will no longer be eligible for the scholarship.

 

A scholarship may be terminated by the College Principal if the recipient:

 

  • Fails to confirm acceptance of the scholarship within 7 days of being notified of the scholarship; or
  • Ceases to meet the eligibility criteria; or
  • Is suspended or excluded from their course of study; or
  • Is suspended or excluded from residency at The John Flynn College
  • Is found to have provided false or misleading information in relation to the scholarship

 

A student may lodge a request for review of decision in accordance with the provisions of the Student Appeals Policy.

 

A recipient cannot defer or request suspension of their scholarship payments. A recipient cannot be the recipient of more than one scholarship issued by The John Flynn College.

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Dr Peter Crossman Scholarship-James Cook University

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Opportunity Type

Opportunity Type
Scholarship
Intership Type
Select Type
Scholarship Type
Under Graduate

Description

Description

The Dr Peter Crossman Scholarship has been established as a bursary to assist James Cook University Students who reside at The John Flynn College. In 2020 a single scholarship is valued at up to $7000, or 50% of the annual residential accommodation fee for a standard room.

 

The purpose of the scholarship is to provide students from diverse backgrounds (who may not have the capacity to pay full college fees) with the opportunity to reside at The John Flynn College. Recipients must demonstrate academic excellence in their studies and a commitment to the wider community. Recipients are eligible to apply for the same scholarship in years two and three of their college residency. The John Flynn College plans to have three Peter Crossman Scholarship awardees as members of the College from 2021.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

To be eligible for the Peter Crossman Scholarship, an applicant must:

 

  • Be  an Australian or New Zealand citizen or the holder of an Australian permanent resident visa or permanent humanitarian visa; and
  • Be enrolled full time (at least 9 credit points per semester) at James Cook University in their first year of enrolment in an undergraduate bachelor or diploma course as at the census date for study period 1 and 2; and
  • Have not previously completed a bachelor degree
  • Demonstrate that their home is so far from James Cook University Townsville that daily travel for full-time internal study is impracticable
  • Demonstrate academic excellence in their previous studies
  • Demonstrate educational, social and/or financial disadvantage
  • Demonstrate contribution to the wider community, through activities such as community service and participation in academics, arts, music, culture or sports; and
  • Demonstrate their ability to uphold the values of the College.

 

The recipient may be eligible for the same scholarship in years two and three of their residency at the John Flynn College providing the recipient:

 

  • Submits the required form by the due date each year
  • Continues to meet the eligibility criteria
  • Maintains a satisfactory Grade Point Average (GPA)
  • Obtains the express endorsement from the College Principal of the applicant’s ability to uphold the College values

Benefits

Benefits

The successful applicant of this scholarship you will receive up to $7,000 paid in two equal instalments after Census date of Study Period 1 and Study Period 2. Payment will be made by crediting their John Flynn College account.

Program Venue

Program Venue
Townsville

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries

Australia, New Zealand

Application Process

Application Process

Selection Criteria

 

The Selection Committee shall, in the exercise of its absolute discretion, afford consideration to the following criteria:

 

  • the applicant’s academic merit;
  • the extent of the applicant’s educational, social and/or financial disadvantage;
  • content of the written statement;
  • the character of the candidate for the award; and
  • any other criteria that the Selection Committee deems appropriate.

 

Application Procedures

 

Applications must be submitted on the official application form no later than the close date in the year in which the scholarship is to be awarded.

 

Applicants must submit with the official form, where appropriate:

 

  • A personal statement of no more than two pages addressing the eligibility criteria.
  • A copy of their birth certificate, passport or permanent visa.
  • A character reference from a person other than a family member, demonstrating the applicant’s contribution to the wider community and their ability to uphold the values of the College.
  • Any other supporting documentation that would assist the Selection Committee in assessing the merit of the application.

 

Selection Process

 

The award of the scholarship shall be made in the absolute discretion of the Selection Committee.

 

The Selection Committee shall comprise:

 

  • The College Council Chair
  • College Principal (Chair of Selection Committee)
  • A member of the College Council

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Payment will be made by crediting the recipient’s John Flynn College account. 50% of the scholarship will be credited to the recipient’s account at the beginning of study period 1 and the remainder will be credited to the recipient’s account at the beginning of study period 2.

 

Payment will not be made for a scholarship if the recipient does not confirm acceptance within 7 days of being notified of the scholarship. If the recipient does not confirm acceptance within 7 days, the recipient will no longer be eligible for the scholarship.

 

A scholarship may be terminated by the College Principal if the recipient:

 

  • Fails to confirm acceptance of the scholarship within 7 days of being notified of the scholarship; or
  • Ceases to meet the eligibility criteria; or
  • Is suspended or excluded from their course of study; or
  • Is suspended or excluded from residency at The John Flynn College
  • Is found to have provided false or misleading information in relation to the scholarship

 

A student may lodge a request for review of decision in accordance with the provisions of the Student Appeals Policy.

 

A recipient cannot defer or request suspension of their scholarship payments. A recipient cannot be the recipient of more than one scholarship issued by The John Flynn College.

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FUNDING TYPE

Fully Funded
Fully Funded

Description

The Dr Peter Crossman Scholarship has been established as a bursary to assist James Cook University Students who reside at The John Flynn College. In 2020 a single scholarship is valued at up to $7000, or 50% of the annual residential accommodation fee for a standard room.

 

The purpose of the scholarship is to provide students from diverse backgrounds (who may not have the capacity to pay full college fees) with the opportunity to reside at The John Flynn College. Recipients must demonstrate academic excellence in their studies and a commitment to the wider community. Recipients are eligible to apply for the same scholarship in years two and three of their college residency. The John Flynn College plans to have three Peter Crossman Scholarship awardees as members of the College from 2021.

BENIFITS

The successful applicant of this scholarship you will receive up to $7,000 paid in two equal instalments after Census date of Study Period 1 and Study Period 2. Payment will be made by crediting their John Flynn College account.

Eligibilities

To be eligible for the Peter Crossman Scholarship, an applicant must:

 

  • Be  an Australian or New Zealand citizen or the holder of an Australian permanent resident visa or permanent humanitarian visa; and
  • Be enrolled full time (at least 9 credit points per semester) at James Cook University in their first year of enrolment in an undergraduate bachelor or diploma course as at the census date for study period 1 and 2; and
  • Have not previously completed a bachelor degree
  • Demonstrate that their home is so far from James Cook University Townsville that daily travel for full-time internal study is impracticable
  • Demonstrate academic excellence in their previous studies
  • Demonstrate educational, social and/or financial disadvantage
  • Demonstrate contribution to the wider community, through activities such as community service and participation in academics, arts, music, culture or sports; and
  • Demonstrate their ability to uphold the values of the College.

 

The recipient may be eligible for the same scholarship in years two and three of their residency at the John Flynn College providing the recipient:

 

  • Submits the required form by the due date each year
  • Continues to meet the eligibility criteria
  • Maintains a satisfactory Grade Point Average (GPA)
  • Obtains the express endorsement from the College Principal of the applicant’s ability to uphold the College values

For Further Queries:

For additional queries, email at [email protected]

Eligible Regions:

Program Venue:

It will be held in Townsville.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Selection Criteria

 

The Selection Committee shall, in the exercise of its absolute discretion, afford consideration to the following criteria:

 

  • the applicant’s academic merit;
  • the extent of the applicant’s educational, social and/or financial disadvantage;
  • content of the written statement;
  • the character of the candidate for the award; and
  • any other criteria that the Selection Committee deems appropriate.

 

Application Procedures

 

Applications must be submitted on the official application form no later than the close date in the year in which the scholarship is to be awarded.

 

Applicants must submit with the official form, where appropriate:

 

  • A personal statement of no more than two pages addressing the eligibility criteria.
  • A copy of their birth certificate, passport or permanent visa.
  • A character reference from a person other than a family member, demonstrating the applicant’s contribution to the wider community and their ability to uphold the values of the College.
  • Any other supporting documentation that would assist the Selection Committee in assessing the merit of the application.

 

Selection Process

 

The award of the scholarship shall be made in the absolute discretion of the Selection Committee.

 

The Selection Committee shall comprise:

 

  • The College Council Chair
  • College Principal (Chair of Selection Committee)
  • A member of the College Council
Applications will be closed at:
January 6, 2021
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