The aim of this scholarship is to encourage honours students to develop their research essay so that it can be published in a refereed journal. Some essays require additional analysis, collection of additional data, or the refinement of the conceptual framework, while others may require rewrites. An additional objective of the scheme is to further develop the student's research skills and increase the possibility that the student may choose to undertake a research-based postgraduate degree. The scholarship requires the student to work jointly with a supervisor/advisor.
Applicants must: be Honours students in the Faculty of Business and Economics who have completed a research essay that is suitable for publication. Selection is based on the quality of the research essay and the potential for the essay to result in a publishable paper.
The scholarship is valued at $1500, payable in three instalments. The three best research papers supported under this scheme - one each from Accounting, Economics and Finance - will receive a prize. The prize is to be funded from the Kinsman Fund (see Statute 10.3 and Trust Record) and will be known as the "Kinsman Honours Research Essay Prize ('department')". The value of each prize will be $500.
|Closing date||Mid December|
|Number per year||5|
|For Australian students|
|For international students|
|Level of study|| Undergraduate / VET|
|Field of studys|| Accounting|
Business and management