In recognition of extensive work on Indigenous plants undertaken by Georgiana Molloy in the early to mid-1800s in Western Australia, the Centenary Trust for Women has provided funds to The University of Western Australia to provide a scholarship to assist a meritorious female student undertaking an undergraduate degree with a major in Botany, Agricultural Science, Conservation Biology or Natural Resource Management and encourage them to pursue honours in a related specialisation.
To be eligible to apply for a scholarship, an applicant must be a domestic student; a female student; enrolled, or eligible to enrol full-time unless the selection body is satisfied that there are exceptional circumstances which preclude full-time enrolment; and in the second or third year of full-time equivalent study of an undergraduate degree course with a major in Botany, Agricultural Science, Conservation Biology or Natural Resource Management.
|Closing date||Early August|
|Student type||Australian and New Zealand|
|For Australian students|
|For international students|
|Level of study|| Undergraduate / VET|
|Field of studys|| Agriculture|