Applications are currently ongoing for the $2000 Monash University Generator Scholarship Programme. Interested students should see details below.
The Monash University, Australia invites applications from International students who wants to pursue a degree program at the Institution. This scholarship program is awarded to applicants who wants to undergo an Undergraduate, PhD or Masters degree program.
Monash University is an Australian public research university based in Melbourne, Australia. Founded in 1958, it is the second oldest university in the State of Victoria.
The application deadline for this scholarship program is on 7th July 2017.
All conditions must be met:
- Australian or New Zealand citizen, or holder of an Australian permanent resident visa or permanent humanitarian visa, or international student, and
- Enrolled in a Monash University undergraduate, postgraduate or doctoral coursework program for the full academic year and,
- Must have completed 48 credit points at Monash within the last two years.
- Interview performance demonstrating their ability to lead a team, work with others, engage in a professional context, manage initiatives and showing initiative as a self-starter.
- Demonstrated commitment and motivation to work with faculty students and staff to promote an entrepreneurial mindset.
- An understanding of entrepreneurship and its application to the student’s discipline.
Total average value up to $2000
- $2000 one-off payment (paid over two semesters).
- Access funding to run entrepreneurship initiatives with students and staff in faculty.
- Participation in the supported Ambassadors program run by the Monash GENERATOR.
- Work with students from across Monash University to enhance the entrepreneurial ecosystem on campus.
- Attend the Elevator Awards night, a black-tie event to celebrate entrepreneurship at Monash
Number of Scholarships
- Up to 10 scholarships available (one per faculty) each academic calendar year.
Scholarship Retention Requirements
- Recipients must retain their enrolment.
- Recipients must participate in the GENERATOR Entrepreneurship Ambassador Program, which involves attending the induction workshop, representing the student’s faculty at a quarterly Student Entrepreneurship Council and developing and implementing a student engagement initiative in the student’s faculty.