Vice-Chancellor’s Student Award for Engagement, Edith Cowan University, Australia

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The ECU Vice-Chancellor’s Student Award for Engagement is awarded by the university to recognise a nominated student or student team, who has demonstrated outstanding engagement with external communities and has contributed to the achievement of the university’s strategic priorities through engagement activities. University students and staff, and representative bodies external to the University, may nominate any student or a student team.

Amount: $5000 awarded to successful student or student team
Method: Cheque awarded at ceremony

University students and staff and representative bodies external to the University (Self nominations will not be accepted)

Any student or a student team who meets the eligibility criteria

Eligibility criteria:
To be eligible for nomination, students must meet the following criteria

  • Have enrolled in at least one unit at ECU in 2010, and not formally withdrawn or deferred before census date for that unit
  • Hold an academic status of good standing at time of nomination
  • Be nominated by a third party (self nominations will not be accepted)
  • Recipients of a previous year’s award are eligible
  • A student or student team may be nominated for this award and Vice-Chancellor’s Student Award for Contribution to University life

Selection will be decided on by a panel, based on the strength of the nomination and the demonstrated engagement

Application closing date: 9 August 2010

Contact Scholarships Office for more info.

Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to ensure the above information is current and correct. However, applicants should contact the appropriate administering body before making an application, as details do change frequently.


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