Graduate House Awards and Scholarships
M V Anderson Award
Recognises the achievements of graduates who have developed skills and insights which they effectively communicate with others.
National Student Leadership Forum
Each year, Graduate House nominates two students aged 18 – 26 years, to attend the National Student Leadership Forum in Canberra.
Margaret Watson Travelling Fellowship
The Margaret Watson Centenary Travelling Fellowship is in memory of Margaret Watson and is to recognise and celebrate the achievements of young female graduates.
Graduate House Research Scholarship
The Graduate House Research Scholarship provides financial support to a Resident Member of The Graduate Union who is enrolled in a research post-graduate degree at a masters or a doctoral degree level.
Graduate House Bursaries
The Graduate House Bursary provides financial support to Resident Members of The Graduate Union who are enrolled in post-graduate coursework studies at diploma, masters or professional doctorate levels.
Rotary Peace Fellowship
Each year, Rotary selects up to 100 individuals from around the world to receive fully funded academic fellowships at one of their peace centres. These fellowships cover tuition and fees, room and board, round-trip transportation, and all internship and field-study expenses.
The Graduate Union endeavours to provide the best opportunities for those who have a passion for learning, discovery and education. Located on the page are a few external sites to help you find national and international scholarships, graduate jobs and internships.
Graduate Women Funding
Our goal is to serve and empower women through education and advocacy locally, nationally and internationally. Nationally we work through the Australian Federation of Graduate Women. Globally we are part of Graduate Women International. See our advocacy page for recent action on these fronts.
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards
This award is prestigious and recognised internationally. As the name suggests it is an award to an aspiring leader aged between 18 and 25 years.
THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF VICTORIA
The Royal Society of Victoria (RSV) convenes Victoria’s science community. It is the State’s oldest learned society and a part of Australia’s intellectual life since 1854. The Society supports community outreach and scientific research through an awards program, recognising lifetime achievements and encouraging early career progression of Victorian scientists through a suite of special honours and prizes.