Amy Beatrice Hodgson (Memorial Scholarship)

The University of Western Australia (UWA)

Amy Beatrice Hodgson donated a sum of money to establish a bursary fund to promote research into the education of children in country areas. Mrs Hodgson had a life-long association with education. She was a teacher in country areas for many years and also worked at the Correspondence School coordinating courses for students in remote country areas. Unable to attend university herself, she wished in some way to assist university students with their study.


Be a domestic student; Have applied for, or have accepted, a place in the Master of Teaching (31250) or Master of Teaching Secondary (32550); Be eligible to enrol: In the first 48 points of their course; In EDUC5500 Professional Practice B.

Amount $2,500

The scholarship value is $2500.

Closing date Early November
Frequency Annual
Student type Australian and New Zealand
For Australian students
For international students
Level of study Postgraduate
Field of studys Education and training
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