Available to students undertaking honours in Aboriginal studies, Asian studies, Classics, English, fine arts, history or sociology, these scholarships enable students to access the materials and expertise of some of Tasmania’s leading cultural institutions as part of their research program. Participating organisations include the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Port Arthur Historic Site, National Trust, Morris Miller Library, Heritage Tasmania and the Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office. Up to eight awards of $4000 each are available.
Available to students intending to enrol for pre-Honours or Honours courses in Classics. $1000 per annum may be awarded to pre-Honours students, and $1000 to $2500 per annum for Honours students (depending on previous results).
The Goddard Sapin-Jaloustre Scholarship Trust supports Australian Nationals pursuing study, research or other projects in France. Each year, the Trust provides a number of scholarships of varying value, depending on the length and expense of the course or project. Most common are scholarships of around $5000 for visits of between one to three months in duration.
Authorised by the Acting Head of School, Humanities
5 December, 2011