The Australian National University is inviting applications for the RSA Honours Scholarship at ANU in Australia for the 2021/2022 academic year.
Every year, the Research School of Accounting within the ANU College of Business and Economics may provide up to ten scholarship awards referred to as the RSA Honours Scholarship. The objective of the award is to recruit high calibre students into the Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) and Bachelor of Accounting (Honours) programs.
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Worth of RSA Honours Scholarship at ANU
The Research School of Accounting (RSA) Honours scholarship is valued at $15,000 payable in two equal amounts following the Census Date of each semester.
Eligibility for RSA Honours Scholarship at ANU
The award will be available each year to a prospective ANU student who:
- is a domestic or international student;
- has put in for admission and will register in the Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) or Bachelor of Accounting (Honours), and plans to finish the accounting concentration within either of those programs.
Selection is carried out based on academic merit. Qualified candidates will be ranked based on their Grade Point Average or Weighted Average Mark (WAM) computed from the completed programs upon which eligibility for entry to the Honours program was established.
The RSA Honours Scholarship is offered to a student by a Selection Committee chaired by the Director of the RSA and includes the RSA Honours Program Convenor.
The RSA reserves the right to make no award if it considers there is no applicant of sufficient merit. The RSA may also vary the amount of awards (where the budget permits) and/or award the scholarship at other times in special situations or on the basis of the standard of applications or students.
How to Apply for RSA Honours Scholarship at ANU
There is no application as students are automatically considered based on meeting the eligibility criteria or conditions prescribed under the Eligibility section.
The recipient is expected take up the scholarship in the semester for which it is offered. A recipient who wishes to defer the scholarship must submit an application to the Director of the RSA for consideration prior to the commencement of the semester for which the deferral is sought. Scholarship awards will only be permitted for deferral under special cases. Subject to approval, the award may be deferred for a maximum of one semester.
The recipient may be requested to participate in publicity for the award from time to time. This may comprise public relations in the state or region of residence or of schooling. Beneficiaries may be gotten in touch with for an interview and photograph. The University may also publicise the award by publishing the names of the recipients. Arrangements for such publicity will be made through the College of Business and Economics or Strategic Communications and Public Affairs Office of the University.
Deadline: The application closes on February 22, 2021.
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