George Essex Evans – University of Queensland Australia 2020 is open for International students irrespective of their nationality . The scholarship allows Bachelor, Graduate level programm(s) in the field of English Literature, Drama, Australian literature taught at University of Queensland . The deadline of the scholarship is Open.
Established in 1972 by a bequest of $4,714.38 from the late Miss Anne Basilea Valentina Evans in memory of her brother George Essex Evans. The object of the scholarship is to assist an outstanding student to complete an honours program in English Literature or Drama.
George Essex Evans – University of Queensland Australia 2020 is available to undertake Bachelor, Graduate level programs taught at University of Queensland.
The Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
- English Literature
- Australian literature
Australian and International students are eligible.
The University of Queensland will provide an educational fund to outstanding students to complete an honours degree programme for the academic session 2020/2021.
- Have shown outstanding ability in the field of Australian literature and culture; and
- Intend to continue in that field.
In order to apply for the opportunity, applicants must admission in an Honours degree programme at the University of Queensland. After being registered, candidates will be automatically considered for this education award.
About the university of Queensland
In late 2013, UQ joined edX – the world’s leading consortium of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), jointly founded by Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
UQ is a charter member and has a seat on the University Advisory Board of the not-for-profit edX enterprise. The UQx project in the Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation works with the University’s academic teaching staff to create and present a range of MOOCs through the edX platform and to further the goals of the UQ Student Strategy with respect to on-campus teaching.
UQx has 48 MOOCs, four MicroMasters, two XSeries and one online master’s degree program running on edX with more under development. UQx MOOCs cover subjects drawn from many disciplines along with meta-skills courses in employability and teamwork. Since releasing its first course on edX in March 2014, UQx has registered more than 2.98 million participants representing every country.
The Student Employability Centre provides students with opportunities, choices and support that will enable them to achieve their individual aspirations, to become leaders in their chosen fields and to positively impact on the society in which they live. In addition to flexibility in program choice, students can enjoy a wide range of activities during their studies, including global experiences, participating in conferences and research opportunities, accessing more than 220 clubs and societies, and making use of a wide range of sporting and cultural facilities.
In 2019, the University had more than 55,300 students including 16,000 international students from 134 countries. UQ’s more than 18,600 postgraduate students include one of Australia’s largest PhD cohorts, celebrating its 15,400th PhD graduation in 2020.
UQ is continually discovering and practising innovative approaches to fostering student retention and employability. We work towards achieving our strategic objectives by partnering with students to develop new initiatives to enhance the student experience.
The University’s outstanding 280,000-plus alumni include a Nobel laureate, an Academy Award winner, and leaders in government, law, science, public service and the arts. The University celebrates its alumni as its greatest assets. Their achievements make the University great and, in return, we work hard to strengthen our reputation.
The UQ Graduate School offers significant support to higher degree by research (HDR) students through a broad range of scholarships and research travel awards, dedicated office spaces, skills training, and professional development opportunities. We introduced the Career Development Framework – another first nationally – designed to accelerate HDR students’ career development and enhance their employability. Evidence indicates that the University’s research excels in both quality and impact.
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