Australian Institute of Geoscientists - Education - AIG Student Bursary Program
The Australian Institute of Geoscientists' Student Bursary Program was initiated to promote and support geoscience research and education in Australia. The Bursary Program began in 2001 to mark the 20th Anniversary of the AIG and, since then, the AIG has awarded over 115 bursaries to Australian geoscience students.
The AIG Student Bursary Program is open to students who, at the closing date for applications, are:
- enrolled at Third Year, Honours or Postgraduate level in a geoscience course at an Australian tertiary institution;
- Australian citizens or permanent residents;
- current and financial Fellows, Members, Graduate Members, or Student Members of the AIG.
Download the AIG Education flier here, for a summary of AIG Education activities and information on the Education Foundation.
The 2012 Bursary awards, which have values between A$1000 and A$2500, are funded by the AIG and by the generous support of the individuals and organisations listed below.
AIG Bursary Donors & Sponsors
Digirock Pty Ltd
Geoconferences (WA) Inc
Office of Minerals & Energy PIRSA
SA Department for Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources and Energy
The Macquarie Arc Conference
Terra Search Pty Ltd
Gnomic Exploration Services