To commemorate 100 years of federal conciliation and arbitration, members of the AIRC established a trust to fund the AIRC Centennial Prize - an annual award offered to students at The University of Melbourne. The prize is open to undergraduate and graduate students who have undertaken study in the Faculty of Business and Economics or the Faculty of Arts at the University of Melbourne. This may be in the form of a degree or specialisation offered by these two Faculties, or study in an individual subject.
Applicants must: be current students at The University of Melbourne in the Faculty of Business and Economics or the Faculty of Arts. To be considered for the AIRC Centennial prize, the research work (thesis or essay) must be in the area of Industrial Relations or Labour History. The selection of the best research work submitted in the year will be based on the quality of the essay or thesis and its relevance to contemporary policy concerns and debates.
To be considered for the AIRC Centennial prize, the research work (thesis or essay with no set word length) must be in the area of Industrial Relations or Labour History.
The scholarship is valued at $1,000 for 1 year.
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Undergraduate / VET
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