Scholarships and prizes

Scholarships

Scholarships Value Eligibility Selection basis Domestic International
Garrurru Undergraduate Indigenous Scholarship $15,000 per annum for the duration of the program (144 units) All students who identify as being of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent and enrol in any undergraduate course offered by the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific Academic merit, personal statement and referee reports
Coral Bell Scholarship Full tuition plus $5,000 stipend per annum Students enrolling in the Bachelor of International Security Studies program Academic merit and essay submission
Dr Claire Clarke Scholarship
2 available
Full tuition Students enrolling in the Master of International Relations or Master of International Relations (Advanced) programs Academic merit and essay submission
Garrurru Postgraduate Indigenous Scholarship Full tuition for 96 units All students who identify as being of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent and enrol in any postgraduate course offered by the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific Academic merit, personal statement and referee reports
Hedley Bull Scholarship
4 available
Full tuition Students enrolling in the Master of International Relations (Advanced) program in Semester 1 (February) Academic merit, cover letter and academic references
Ruth Dobson Scholarship
2 available
Full tuition for 96 units Both international and domestic students enrolling in the Master of Diplomacy or Master of Diplomacy (Advanced) programs who have achieved a GPA of 6 or higher in their undergraduate degree. Academic merit, cover letter and academic references
T.B. Millar Scholarship Full tuition for 24 units Students enrolling for the Master of Strategic Studies or Master of Strategic Studies (Advanced) programs Academic merit, cover letter, Curriculum Vitae and academic references
Robert O’Neill Scholarship $8,000 stipend to assist with accommodation and living expenses. Plus costs for airfares and tuition fees. Master of Strategic Studies student undertaking a 3 month internship with the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) office in Singapore Letter to the Head of SDSC addressing your academic achievements, potential to contribute to the field and a proposed research topic

Prizes and grants

Prizes and
grants
Value Eligibility Selection basis Domestic International
Jamie Mackie Southeast Asia Travel Grant $5,000 towards airfares to Southeast Asia and related expenses Students enrolled in an undergraduate or postgraduate program in the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific Academic merit and the extent to which your intended activity complements the grant's objectives
Clark Davis Ivins Memorial Prize $400 Awarded to the Master of Strategic Studies student with the highest average mark in the courses STST1001 and either STST1002 or STST1003 Academic merit
Paul Dibb Prize $500 Awarded to the Master of Strategic Studies student with the highest average mark in the courses STST3002 and either STST3001 or STST3003 Academic merit
Clark Davis Ivins Memorial Travel Grant Up to $1000 Students enrolled in the Bachelor of International Security Studies program Academic merit and essay submission
Asia & the Pacific Travel Grant
2 available
$2,000 Students enrolled in an undergraduate, postgraduate or research program in ANU College of Asia & the Pacific Written submission demonstrating how travelling to the Asia- Pacific will contribute to your understanding of the region
Coral Bell Memorial Prize
UG – CAP Student Centre
$500 Undergraduate 2nd year Security Studies students in the Bachelor of Asia-Pacific Security or Bachelor of International Security Studies. Awarded to the student who achieved the best result in the courses STST2001 and one of either STST2002 or POLS2132 or STST2003 Academic merit
Desmond Ball Prize
UG - CAP Student Centre
$1,000 Undergraduate students who have completed the final year of Security Studies in the Bachelor of Asia-Pacific Security or Bachelor of International Security Studies. Awarded to the student who achieved the best result across the five or six compulsory courses in the major. Academic merit
Ruth Daroesman Postgraduate Study Grant
CAP PG and PhD
Approx. $4,000 Postgrad CAP students with special emphasis on Indonesia, for research or educational expenses (including travel) Academic merit and other achievements, proposed research/study relevant to your degree and aspirations

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