CQUniCares Kate Mullin Indigenous Scholarship
A scholarship to provide recognition and financial assistance to an Indigenous student from Western Australia student who is interested in a career in education.
Scholarship Value: Up to $20,000
Length of Scholarship: 4 (four) years
Opening Date: 01 May 2019
Closing Date: 21 March 2019
|Year of Study||Future/First Year|
|Ethnicity||Aboriginal; Torres Strait Islander|
|Study Region||All Western Australia|
|Study Mode||All modes|
|Study Load||Full time|
- Enrolled or intending to enrol at CQUniversity in Term 1, 2019
- Be a 1st year student in one of the following Bachelor courses:
- Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)
- Bachelor of Education (Primary)
- Study with a full-time study load each term
- Identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
- Commit to 2 years teaching in a predominantly Aboriginal school in regional or remote Western Australia after Graduation
- Reside in Western Australia
- Be an Australian Citizen
- Be enrolled at Census date of Term 1, 2019
- Not be in receipt of another Donor Funded** Scholarship
- Career goals and how the Scholarship will assist you in achieving your educational objectives
- Community involvement or demonstration of leadership
- Life experiences
- Any interest in contributing to the improvement of literacy in English for Aboriginal students
- Written submission
- Evidence of academic achievements or unofficial transcript
- Evidence of community involvement, exemplary work or demonstration of leadership
- For Current students (applicants who have already have a Student ID number) click here to apply through MyCentre. You will need to log in with your student details.
- For Future students (applicants who have applied or are intending to apply to study at CQUniversity but not yet received or accepted an offer) click here to apply
Complete Applications must be received at the Student Life and Wellbeing Centre, Scholarships Office by 5pm AEST on the closing date.
Failure to supply requested documents will result in your application being incomplete. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
The Kate Mullin Association was set up in 2011 to continue Kate Mullin’s work on improving literacy outcomes for Indigenous students. Kate Mullin was a passionate and visionary ESL Literacy consultant who made significant and far-reaching contributions to Indigenous literacy in Western Australia, and who tragically died in a car accident in 2008.