Dr Claire Clark Scholarship

Overview

Each year the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific may offer two awards known as the Dr Claire Clark Scholarship.

The objective of the award is to:

  • support post-graduate students pursuing programs in international relations and/or public policy;

  • award students who have already demonstrated outstanding academic ability as an indication of their future potential impact;

  • honour Dr Claire Clark in reflection and recognition of her interest in international relations and public policy.

Funding for this award has been provided by Mr Russell Clark

Field of study

International Relations and Public Policy

Eligibility

The award is available to an ANU student who:

  • is a domestic student;

  • is enrolled in one of the following postgraduate research programs:

    • Master of International Relations;

    • Master of International Pelations (Advanced)

    • Master of Public Administration;

    • Master of Public Policy

  • can demonstrate a history of excellent academic performance.

Selection Criteria

Selection will be based upon:

  • academic merit; and
  • application.

Benefits

The scholarship provides tuition fee sponsorship for the duration of the eligible study program.

Recipients are responsible for the costs of books, study materials, accommodation and all other costs of study not covered by the scholarship.

How to apply

Determine if you meet the eligibility criteria listed above and in the conditions of award.

Complete the application form at the top of this page and upload the following:

  • personal statement outlining your motivations to study international relations and/or public policy at ANU and the future impact that you intend to make in your chosen field;
  • copies of academic transcript(s);
  • CV.

Further information

For the 2017 application round, candidates must be applying to commence in 2017 in one of the eligible programs listed above