Sir Eric Smart bequeathed funds to the University of Western Australia to provide masters scholarship to assist and encourage a high-achieving student to undertake a masters degree at the University with a dissertation relating to agricultural productivity in grain crops in the Perth to Geraldton coastal region. Sir Eric Smart was a pioneer cereal producer in light land around Mingenew and, at one point, was considered the worlds largest individual wheat grower.
This masters scholarship is worth $5,000 and is paid in cash.
DURATION OF SCHOLARSHIP
Scholarship is tenable for two semesters.
WHAT STUDY AREAS ARE COVERED?
The masters scholarship is specified for assisting and encouraging a high-achieving student to undertake a master’s degree at the University with a dissertation relating to agricultural productivity in grain crops in Western Australia.
IS SCHOLARSHIP ANNUAL?
This masters scholarship at University of Western Australia is a one-off award is not awarded yearly. You are strongly advised to visit this website regularly to see more scholarship opportunities.
Important Information: Applicants should note that they most universities offering scholarships require that they must apply for admission to the University or be existing students of the university before they can be considered for a Scholarship. Most Universities are unable to consider any scholarship applications from students who have not been offered a place at the university.
Scholarship is open to international applicants from all countries of the world.
WHERE CAN SCHOLARSHIP BE TAKEN?
Scholarships can be taken at University of Western Australia (UWA).
WHO CAN APPLY?
International students from all countries desiring a masters study in Australia.
HOW TO APPLY
Scholarship application closes 2 November 2018. The commencement date for the masters program is 25 November 2019.