Honours - Jean Rogerson Honours Scholarship in Business

Jean Rogerson Honours Scholarship in Business

About the scholarship

Application Status: Opening from 6 July 2020
Applicable study:  To assist and encourage eligible students to undertake the Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) or Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) degree course with a degree-specific major from the UWA Business School.
Closing date: 1 November 2020
Tenure: Two semesters, which are normally consecutive
For: Assistance with study
Number on offer: 1
Offer rate: per Annum
Value: TBC for 2021 (2020 Valued at $3000PA)

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Miss Jean Ethel Rogerson MBE, BSc, ARACI, Warden of Convocation for two periods totalling eight years and a member of the University Senate for 30 years, died on 25 December 1993 and by her Will left 30 per cent of the residue of her estate to The University of Western Australia (‘the University’) to provide postgraduate fellowships and undergraduate scholarships. No means test is to be applied.

The Faculties of Arts, Business, Law and Education; Engineering and Mathematical Sciences; Health and Medical Sciences; and Science each receive an equal amount from the annual income of the Jean Rogerson Bequest Fund, calculated in accordance with the regulations governing the Fund, to provide undergraduate scholarships.


Conditions for the Jean Rogerson Honours Scholarship [F51331]

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