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Scholarships and Grants

The department provides a number of scholarships and grants and encourages Indigenous people to apply. If you are looking for scholarship and grant opportunities the following links may help:

Scholarships

Shea Spierings, a second year Bachelor of Arts student in International Studies at the University of Queensland, is the 2013 recipient of the Lambert-McBride Perpetual Bursary. Mr Spierings is 23 years of age, and already has an impressive list of qualifications and academic record. He has a strong interest in domestic and international political issues.

For further information, please contact the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Unit of the University at which you are enrolled.

If there is no such Unit at your university please contact to the Equity/Scholarship Officer of the University at which you are enrolled.

Grants


The successful projects were

Eleven projects Adobe PDF document433K were funded in 2012.

Six projects Adobe PDF document373K were funded in 2011.

Twelve projects Adobe PDF document443K were funded in 2010.

Ten projects Microsoft® Word document 37K were funded in 2009.

Eleven projects Microsoft® Word document 37K were funded in 2008.


Case Studies

Southside Dreaming Circus Skills Project Adobe PDF document1.1M

Yarrabah Art Excellence Program Adobe PDF document642K

Numbellie Seat Project Adobe PDF document7.8M

Media in Schools Project Adobe PDF document3.3M

The story of Maroon - shining a light on understanding Adobe PDF document471K

Justice pathways open for Indigenous students Adobe PDF document360K



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