The scholarship pays the tuition fee for up to four full-time sessions (semesters). This amounts to 72 units of graduate coursework and a 24-unit thesis session.
The scholarship covers tuition fees for the full 24 months of the duration of the Master of International Relations (Advanced) program.
The scholarship only applies to courses undertaken while enrolled in the Master of International Relations (Advanced). If a scholarship holder transfers to another ANU degree then the scholarship ceases to apply.
When applying for the Master of International Relations (Advanced), eligible applicants for the Hedley Bull Scholarship should include a covering letter indicating their interest in being considered for the scholarship and making the case for being granted one. The covering letter together with the application for the Master of International Relations (Advanced) (including transcripts and references) will be considered as the full application for the scholarship.
Closing Dates for Applicaions
The closing date for applications is 31 October in any year.
The decision is made by the Hedley Bull Scholarship Committee comprising: Chair of the Board of Studies of the Graduate Studies in International Affairs program, (Chair); Director of Studies, GSIA; Deputy Director, GSIA; and Two members of the GSIA faculty. The Chair of the Selection Committee shall have the casting vote should such a decision be required.
The Hedley Bull Scholarship Committee expects to notify applicants of the outcome by the first week of January.
The tuition scholarship applies from the start date indicated in the offer of admission to the Master of International Relations (Advanced) in semester one. The recipient must commence with a full-time load. The Scholarship is not available for mid year entry and cannot be deferred.
Concurrent Holding of Scholarships
The Scholarship cannot be held concurrently with other scholarships.
It is the scholar’s responsibility to determine the taxation implications of the award, if any, which may apply to their individual circumstances.
The scholarship may be terminated when the successful applicant: a) Fails to enrol in the semester when the scholarship was to have commenced b) Changes to part-time without permission of the director c) Withdraws from the program d) Fails to maintain an average of 70% or higher in the program
The Scholar may be requested to participate in publicity of the scholarship from time to time. This may include publicity in the state or territory of residence or of schooling. On occasion, the scholar may be contacted by the college to participate in activities including, but not limited to, an interview, a photograph, and a formal scholarship presentation ceremony. The college may also request written responses from the scholar which can include, but is not limited to, a summary of basic profile information and description of University experiences.
Senior Student Engagement Officer
Graduate Studies in International Affairs
Department of International Relations
The Australian National University CANBERRA Acton 2601
Phone +61 2 6125 3793
The granting of a Scholarship does not imply any commitment by the University for future employment.
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