Undergraduate - Emeritus Professor John Jackson Undergraduate Scholarship in Business

Emeritus Professor John Jackson Undergraduate Scholarship in Business

About the scholarship



Application Status:  Opening from 1 July 2019
Applicable study:  To encourage disadvantaged students experiencing financial hardship to undertake an undergraduate degree course leading to the Bachelor of Commerce degree, and assist them with the costs involved
Closing date:  3 November 2019
Tenure:  A maximum of eight semesters, which are normally consecutive, including honours if applicable
For: Assistance with study
Number on offer: 1
Offer rate: per Annum
Value: $6,000


The late Emeritus Professor John Jackson, who taught Economics in the (then) Faculty of Economics and Commerce from the 1970s and was appointed Dean of the Faculty in 1986, bequeathed $100,000 to The University of Western Australia ('the University') to establish the Emeritus Professor John Jackson Undergraduate Scholarship in Business Fund to provide a scholarship to assist disadvantaged students at the University to undertake an undergraduate degree course leading to the Bachelor of Commerce degree.

Conditions


Conditions for the Emeritus Professor John Jackson Undergraduate Scholarship in Business [F51278]


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