Graham Tamblyn and Cardno Engineering Scholarship

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Graham Tamblyn and Cardno Engineering Scholarship

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Short-listed applicants will be contacted by USC to provide provide a statement if required.

Semester 1, 2020 applications open 1 September 2019 and close on 30 November 2019.
Selections will be held in January/February with all applicants being notified of the outcome of their application by Friday 28 February 2020.

Third year students in Civil Engineering intending to pursue a career in Environment and Water

Established in 2009 by Mr Graham Tamblyn to support and encourage a student at USC entering their third year of the Civil Engineering program intending to pursue a career in environment and water.

Since 2009, the Scholarship has been gratefully accepted by 10 students and has become an important and prestigious award for USC Engineering students. Mr Tamblyn has acknowledged how his career at Cardno has inspired and enabled him to make this scholarship available, and in recognition of his contribution, Cardno will continue to support this scholarship at USC.

One scholarship per year valued at $6,000 will be offered, with the recipient receiving $3,000 per year over 2 years - $3,000 in 3rd year and $3,000 in 4th year of the scholarship recipient's study, paid as $1,500 lump sum payments after Census in each eligible semester of study. Scholarship payment will be made approximately three weeks after Census Date, once enrolment has been confirmed.

Eligibility
  • full-time third year domestic student
  • undertaking a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) (Honours) degree, majoring or minoring in Environment and Water *
  • permanent resident of Australia, Australian citizen, New Zealand citizen or Permanent Australian Humanitarian Visa holder
* Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Civil) (Honours) students with a demonstrated interest in a career in environment and water but not undertaking the Environment and Water major or minor may also be considered.
Selection criteria
  • academic merit
  • commitment to career in Civil Engineering in the field of Environment and Water
  • written paragraph on why the applicant has chosen the Bachelor Civil Engineering and their career plans and aspirations relating to environment and water.
Eligible programs
Civil Engineering
Number available
1
Value
A$6,000 
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