The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) oversees banks, credit unions, building societies, general insurance and reinsurance companies, life insurance, friendly societies and most members of the superannuation industry. APRA and the Reserve Bank of Australia support student research in financial services and in particular the Brian Gray Scholarship Program. Up to four scholarships are available valued at $15,000 each to support students in finance, economics, actuarial science, statistics or related disciplines who intend to focus full-time on their studies and research.

Eligibility

Honours year and PhD students studying a topic of relevance to prudential supervision and are Australian or New Zealand citizen or permanent resident are eligible to apply. Students can apply online www.apra.gov.au providing details of their academic performance, work experience and extra-curricular activities as well as an outline of their proposed research and its relevance to APRA.

Amount $15,000

The scholarship grant has a value of $15000

Closing date End April
Student type Australian and New Zealand
Gender Co-Ed
For Australian students
For international students
Level of study Undergraduate / VET
Postgraduate
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