The College of Business, Government and Law has established an Honours Bursary to provide financial assistance to an undergraduate student undertaking an Honours program at Flinders University. The number of bursaries available will be subject to funding. Approximately four bursaries will be available in 2023, normally two in each of the areas indicated below:
The bursaries are funded by the College of Business, Government and Law. The bursaries will continue as long as there is sufficient funding.
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Each bursary will have a value of $5000 paid in equal instalments after the census date of each semester. The number of bursaries will depend on the funding available.
Applicants must be:
*Applications will be accepted from part-time students who have extenuating circumstances that prevent them from studying full-time (e.g. disabilities, carer responsibilities). Part-time recipients will be paid pro-rata.
Where there are more eligible applicants than bursaries available, the bursary will be awarded based on academic merit. Selection will be made by a Committee, comprising the Vice-President & Executive Dean of the College of Business, Government and Law or nominee, the Teaching Program Directors of Business, Criminology and Government and the Honours coordinator.
Bursary recipients shall submit a final written report to the College of Business, Government and Law on their Honours research project within one month of completion.
For more details, visit Flinders University website.