The scholarship shall be available for award each year to students who:
(i) have been successful in gaining entry into the Honours year of a program of study through the Fenner School of Environment and Society, or
(ii) are enrolled in a Master degree program through the Fenner School of Environment and Society that includes a minimum 24 units of research and have commenced the eligible research project at the time of submitting their scholarship application;and
(b) have an excellent academic record;
(c) are intending to undertake research in areas pertaining to the application of community-based social marketing to noxious weed control in Snowy River Shire;
(d) have identified a suitable academic supervisor who has agreed to supervise the project.