BetaShares ETF Student Grant

This financial support is not administered by the University.

Overview

For the third year running, BetaShares, one of Australia's leading ETF managers, is offering the chance for a chosen recipient to receive a Grant towards educational costs or resources to assist with their studies, as well as the chance to have their work featured in the Insights section of the BetaShares website and via BetaShares social media channels.

This ETF Student Grant offers BetaShares the opportunity to showcase the exceptional intelligence and innovative thinking which Australian university students are able to manifest as exemplified in the design for one of the world's fastest-growing and disruptive investment products.

Field of study

Any Discipline

Eligibility

All applicants must be either an Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident, enrolled full-time in an accredited Australian tertiary education institution and have at least one year of study remaining to complete their degree

Directors and employees of the Promoter and its related companies and their immediate family members are ineligible to enter.

Benefits

In 2020-21, the total Grant value remains at AUD $5,000. This will be paid by the Promoter directly to the Australian bank account provided by the eligible winner.

How to apply

Eligible entrants must submit their entry during the Entry Period by submitting their entry by email to: info@betashares.com.au

The Entry Period commences on 29th June 2020 at 09:00 am and closes 11th June 2021 at 23:59 pm ("Entry Period"). The times noted are based on Sydney, Australia time.

Entries must include:

  • Your full name.
  • The details of your tertiary education institution, your area of study and the name of your course. This information will be validated at the Promoter's discretion.
  • Contact details including your email address and phone number.

Entries must be typed in English and submitted in PDF or Word format. There is no entry fee. Eligible entrants can only enter once and in their own name.

An entry must be the entrant's original work. If an entry is found to be plagiarised, whether wholly or partly, it will be treated as invalid. This clause operates despite any communication of the result of the competition.

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