James and Everingham Bursary at University of Queensland in Australia, 2014

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University of Queensland is offering a undergraduate bursary to persons enrolled in programs relating to food technology or rural technology. The amount of the bursary is approximate $500 for the duration of one year. Bursary will be paid in twice-yearly installments within a month of the semester 1 and the semester 2 census dates. The bursary is awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need. Applicants can apply till April 1, 2014..  The James and Everingham Bursary founded in 1975 by a gift to the Queensland Agricultural College made by Dr N P Everingham in memory of Anne Elizabeth James and Stephan Nixon Everingham. Anne Elizabeth James was enrolled in the Associate Diploma of Applied Science Food Technology at the College in 1972/1973 and Stephan Everingham graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Applied Science Rural Technology in 1972. The bursary was formalised by Senate in 1999. .  Bursary is available for pursuing undergraduate degree at the University of Queensland in Australia.
The research areas of this scholarship are:  Bursary is available to persons enrolled in programs relating to food technology or rural technology.
Who can apply to this scholarship?  The bursary is open to financially poor students enrolled in programs relating to food technology or rural technology.
Benefits of the scholarship:  The amount of the bursary is approximate $500.
More information about the fellowship:
Duration:  Bursary will be paid in twice-yearly installments within a month of the semester 1 and the semester 2 census dates: Semester 1 census date: 31 March each year Semester 2 census date: 31 August each year
Number of scholarships:  One undergraduate bursary will be awarded.

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