Warren Braxton Bannister Scholarship
Established in 2004 and maintained by an endowment from the estate of the late Warren Braxton Bannister. The purpose of the bursaries is to support undergraduate students enrolled in programs relating to social science, political science and government.
An applicant is eligible for a Bursary if the applicant –
(a) submits an application for a Bursary to the Associate Dean by the closing date for applications; and
(b) at the time of application –
(i) has completed at least 16 units in the Approved Program and, where applicable, the Relevant Field; and
(ii) is enrolled full-time in a subsequent semester of study in the Approved Program and, where applicable, a Relevant Field.
For the selection process, the Associate Dean must establish a selection committee, comprising –
(a) the Associate Dean, or nominee, as chair of the committee; and
(b) the Head, School of Political Science and International Studies, or nominee; and
(c) the Head, School of Social Science, or nominee; and
(d) up to two nominees of the Associate Dean.
The Bursaries are awarded to the applicants showing the greatest merit as demonstrated by –
(a) financial need as evidenced by supporting documentation; and
(b) academic achievement in courses undertaken in the Approved Program and, where applicable, the Relevant Field; and
(c) personal qualities, including leadership potential; and
(d) any other matter that the selection committee considers to be relevant to the applicant’s future professional success.
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