The application process for the Kambri Indigenous Undergraduate Scholarship will consist of a two step process. Stage 1 is a written application with shortlisted candidates progressing to Stage 2.
Parts (a) and (b) of the application should be provided by the applicant and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Kambri Scholarship Application - (insert your name)
(a) A statement with, where possible, supporting documentation outlining your involvement and leadership activities within your school and/or community.
(b) A statement describing what it would mean for you to be awarded this scholarship and how it may affect their life and time at University.
For applicants who are completing, or have completed Year 12 in the past 2 years, Part (c) of the application should be provided by the School Principal and emailed directly by the School/Principal to email@example.com with the subject line Kambri Scholarship Reference - (insert name of applicant).
For applicants who have completed Year 12 more than 2 years ago, Part (c) of the application should be provided by a teacher or employer and emailed directly by the teacher/employer to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line Kambri Scholarship Reference - (insert name of applicant).
(c) A letter of recommendation. The letter should be provided on school/business letterhead and attest to the leadership qualities displayed by the applicant and their desire to undertake tertiary education.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to an interview with the Kambri Scholarship Committee
Selection will be primarily based on academic merit and the candidate's application, both written and at interview. As there are limited scholarships available, additional factors to foster diversity and inclusion may be taken into account and may include but are not limited to:
- Financial Need
- Educational access or disadvantage
- Rural/regional status