T.B. Millar Grant

This financial support is currently not available.

Overview

Each year the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre (SDSC), Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, may offer an award known as the T.B. Millar Grant.

The objective of the Award is to provide support to high performing students, with demonstrated potential to advance in the field of strategic studies, to complete their first semester of full-time study in the Master of Strategic Studies.

Field of study

Strategic Studies

Eligibility

The Award is available each year to a prospective ANU student who:
(a)    is a domestic or international student; and
(b)    receives an offer of admission to the Master of Strategic Studies or the Master of Strategic Studies (Advanced).
 

Benefits

The value of the Award is stated in your letter of offer. The duration of the Award is one semester. The Award is applied towards tuition fees at the beginning of semester unless otherwise stated in the letter of offer.
The recipient is responsible for making payment of all tuition fees by the prescribed date as set out by the University each session. Recipients of the Award are responsible for the costs of books, study materials, accommodation and all other costs of study.
 

How to apply

When applying for a Master Coursework program offered by SDSC, eligible applicants for the T.B. Millar Grant should submit the following:

  •     a cover letter indicating their interest in being considered for the grant and making the case for being granted one;
  •     a copy of your academic transcript/s;
  •     a current Curriculum Vitae;
  •     two academic written references (or arrange to have these sent on your behalf to arrive by the closing date)

Applications should be emailed to: bell.postgrad@anu.edu.au

These documents, together with your application for the program (made through UAC or online for International Students), will be considered as the full application for the Award.
 

Further information

The successful candidate will be selected on the basis of academic performance and promise, and potential contribution to the wider field of strategic studies.