Rhodes Scholarship applications open
Would you like to study at Oxford University?
Will you have completed, by 15 June 2019, at least four years of undergraduate study, including an outstanding first class Honours Degree or graduate degree?
Do you enjoy success at a wide range of extra curricular activities and in community activities?
Have you demonstrated a capacity to lead and an eagerness to further develop your talents through further study at Oxford?
If so, then you have the qualities of a Rhodes Scholar!
The Rhodes Scholarship is one of the oldest and most distinguished scholarships in the world. Previous winners from Australia include prime ministers Malcolm Turnbull, Tony Abbott and Bob Hawke, Justices Hayne and Heydon of the High Court of Australia, and Justice Elizabeth Hollingworth of the Victorian Supreme Court, pioneer in evidence-based medicine
Anna Donald, Director General of CIVICUS Dhananjayan Sivaguru Sriskandarajah, Nobel Prize winners Sir John Eccles and Lord Howard Florey, and infrastructure expert Sir Rod Eddington.
Successful candidates will receive assistance with their travelling expenses to the UK, as well as a monthly allowance to contribute towards their living expenses whilst in Oxford. In addition, all
University tuition fees are paid on the scholar's behalf by the Rhodes Trust.
Online applications close: Friday 14 September 2018
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