Graham Tamblyn Scholarship in Engineering (Environment & Water)

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Graham Tamblyn Scholarship in Engineering (Environment & Water)


Applications have now closed for Semester 1, 2019

Second year students in Civil Engineering intending to pursue a career in Environment and Water

Established in 2009 by Mr Graham Tamblyn to support and encourage a student at USC entering their second year of the Civil Engineering program, with a major in Environment and Water. The Scholarship is paid in instalments over 3 years (A$1,500 in second and third year; and A$2,000 in the fourth year of study).

  • full-time second year domestic student
  • undertaking a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree, majoring in Environment and Water
  • permanent resident of Australia, Australian citizen, New Zealand citizen or Permanent Australian Humanitarian Visa holder
Selection criteria:
  • academic merit
  • commitment to career in Civil Engineering in the field of Environment and Water
  • written paragraph on why the applicant has chosen the Bachelor Civil Engineering (Environment and Water major) and their career plans and aspirations.
Eligible programs:
Civil Engineering
Number available:
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