QUT Go Further Indigenous Tertiary Scholarship

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Arrow Energy is providing university scholarships to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to attend and complete university.

Value

You’ll receive one of two scholarships worth $10,000 (for a full-time student) or $5,000 (for a part-time student) for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

Eligibility Criteria

You must be:

  • commencing undergraduate study in 2022
  • of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent
  • an Australian citizen or permanent resident
  • enrolled at QUT at course census date.

Preference will be given to applicants who identify as one of the following traditional owners groups, to whom Arrow Energy have capacity-building obligations through its land use agreements.

Surat region

  • Barunggam
  • Bigambul
  • Cobble Cobble
  • Emon/Iman
  • Mandandanji
  • Jarowair/Yatowair
  • Kambulwal
  • Northern Gomeroi
  • Wakka Wakka/Western
  • Wakka Wakka

Bowen region

  • Barada Barna
  • Birri
  • Jangga
  • Wiri
  • Yetimaral/Yetimarala

Applicants who do identify with one of these groups will receive 10% weighting in this criteria. Applicants that who don’t identify with one of these groups will receive zero for this criteria.

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