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2018 Bursary Applications

Closing date for 2018 applications is Friday 3rd August.

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 Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG) and, since then, the AIG has awarded 199 bursaries to geoscience students in Australian universities. In 2018 the AIG is again offering bursaries to Honours, Postgraduate and Third Year geoscience students.

The 2018 Bursary awards, which have values between A$1000 and A$4000, are funded by the AIG, by
the generous sponsorship of the individuals and organisations listed on page 4, and by donations from AIG members to the AIG Geoscience Education Foundation.

The 2018 Bursary Program guidelines and application form are available here. Applicants should fill in the application form, complete with the requested signatures, and upload it in a zip file along with the documents requested in the guidelines. Applicants are also requested to fill in the fields below, so that we can confirm contact details and check we have received the relevant uploaded application documents.

Application for*

AIG Membership*

AIG Member Number or Member Application Number*

Family Name*

Given Names*

Tertiary Institution*

School/Department*

Name of Degree*

Research Project Title (Honours & Postgraduate students)*

Postal address*

Mobile phone*

Email address*

Attach supporting documents*
Please ensure all documents are compressed into a zipped folder prior to upload. (Please label zip file with your full name - eg: John Smith = john-smith.zip) Please try to keep the total file size to less than 5MB.

The Bursary awards are determined by the AIG Federal Education Committee and AIG Council based on the material provided by applicants. The decisions of the AIG are final and no correspondence will be entered into.