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New business scholarships pave the way for affordable study

Studying business and economics at the University of Tasmania has just become more accessible.

The Tasmanian School of Business and Economics is offering three new scholarships for students starting their studies in semester one, 2019.

Professor Martin Grimmer, Executive Dean of the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, is thrilled to offer these new opportunities to students.

“A university degree is an excellent investment that will increase your future earning potential, but like all financial investments, it does require some initial expense”, he said.

It’s our hope that these new scholarships will make university more accessible for students both in Tasmania and from interstate.

What’s new in 2019

High achievers scholarship in business and economics$5000 value
This scholarship is for Tasmanian students who graduate from Year 12 in 2018 with an ATAR of 90 or higher and enrol in a Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Economics, or a combined Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Economics in Semester 1, 2019. Find out more about High achievers scholarships.

Relocation bursary in business and economics$3000 value
Always dreamed of moving to Tasmania to study? 2019 is the time to take the plunge with this $3000 scholarship on offer for domestic students who move to Tasmania and start studying any undergraduate or postgraduate course offered by the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics. Find out more about relocation bursaries.

Postgraduate merit scholarship25% fee discount
Be rewarded for the work you put into your undergraduate degree. This scholarship offers a 25% reduction in tuition fees to students who achieved a B+/75% grade overall in their undergraduate studies and enrol in a postgraduate coursework program taught by the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics in 2019. Find out more about postgraduate merit scholarships.

These are just three of the 900+ scholarships the University of Tasmanian has on offer. The Tasmanian School of Business and Economics also offers a range of other subject-specific scholarships.