The Anjeli Nathan Memorial Scholarship is presented by the College of Science at the Australian National University (ANU) in memory of Anjeli Nathan, a great student who, sadly, passed away while conducting the field research that she adored. The student has the option of using the scholarship money to either participate in the Honours Programme or to get fieldwork experience following the successful completion of the degree with Honours. Either option is acceptable.
About the Scholarship Provider:
The Australian National University (ANU) is often regarded as among the top educational institutions worldwide. According to the QS World University Rankings for 2022, it is the best university in Australia and the 27th best in the world. The Australian government saw the need to foster the development of the country’s academic community, therefore they founded the Australian National University (ANU) in 1946. The Australian National University (ANU) is often regarded as Australia’s most prestigious educational institution. Since its foundation in 1881, the Australian National University (ANU) has been an integral part of Canberra, Australia’s capital. Students’ minds and characters can flourish thanks to the university’s state-of-the-art facilities. There are three main libraries with over two million printed and electronic volumes combined, state-of-the-art laboratories and lecture halls, and the country’s most powerful computer. The 145-hectare Australian National University campus is located just ten minutes from the heart of Canberra’s commercial area. Canberra, the nation’s capital, is a charming, bustling metropolis surrounded by some of Australia’s most beautiful landscapes. Canberra is a desirable place to study due to its high employment rate, low crime rate, and proximity to Sydney. Canberra has the greatest employment rate in Australia and the lowest crime rate of any mainland Australian capital.
The city’s many national treasures, such as the National Library, National Gallery, National Museum, and National Archives, never fail to astound and enchant tourists. The university provides residence halls for incoming first-year students from outside the Canberra region. About 6,000 students, or almost 20% of the total student body, make their homes in campus housing. ANU has twelve different types of freshmen residence halls. Study rooms, outdoor areas, and laundry facilities are available to guests whether they opt for a fully catered or self-catered stay.
Living together on campus is a popular choice among international students, and it often leads to deep friendships among them. Graduates from universities all around the world are increasingly connected to one another through an expanding network of alumni. Through IARU, universities are able to work together to facilitate internships, seminars, exchange, and the creation of joint degrees. The location of Australian National University in a culturally vibrant city like Canberra has attracted students from all over the world. The International Office houses the Postgraduate and Research Students’ Society, the Student Information and Guidance Network, the Academic Skills and Learning Centre, the Academic Skills and Learning Centre, the award-winning Academic Skills and Learning Centre, childcare and counselling services, the Disability Support Centre, and health services.
Internships, seminars, exchanges, and joint degrees can be made easier through the IARU because it brings together organisations with a common goal of training the next generation of leaders. Since the beginning of these partnerships, the Australian National University (ANU) has made considerable efforts to develop close ties with numerous domestic and international organisations like the European Union and NASA. The university places a high priority on attracting, developing, and retaining the most capable scientists on campus, therefore it invests heavily in research activities and infrastructure. This is why many consider its faculty to be among the greatest in the world.
Australia’s National University is home to several renowned academics and advisors. This change will encourage pupils to think critically about what they learn rather than relying solely on rote memorization. Being a part of a dynamic academic community with international contacts can open doors to interesting new opportunities in Australia and beyond. Graduate, postgraduate, and doctorate students of the Australian National University (ANU) are among the best and brightest in Australia and the world. This helps the university maintain its status as a national leader in higher education.
Researchers at the University of Sydney work together with public servants, business leaders, and nonprofits to solve difficult issues of public policy in Australia. The Australian National University’s Crawford School of Public Policy is home to a number of nationally funded research centres and institutes. Collaborations between students and teachers at Australian National University may be mutually beneficial. More Australians now have access to higher education thanks to robust linkages between the University and other Australian and international educational institutions, the Australian government, the commercial sector, and non-profit organisations. These links allow for interaction and sharing, as well as research partnerships and the opportunity for new ideas to emerge.
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Scholarship Sponsor(s): Australian National University (ANU)
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: $7,000
Study Level: Postgraduate
Nationality: International Students
- $7,000 on an annual basis
- Currently available: 1
- Payments made on a semester-by-semester basis
- Costs incurred throughout the course of one year
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Eligibility for Scholarship.
- an outstanding applicant who has been accepted to study behavioural ecology or conservation biology for an Honours Programme within The Australian National University; or an outstanding applicant who is within 12 months, as of the closing date, of having completed the degree of Bachelor of Science with Honours at The Australian National University. Applicants must be outstanding to be considered for either of these awards.
- We won’t look at any proposals that involve keeping animals in captivity for an extended period of time, killing them, or operating on them.
- Applicants who spent at least part of their honours year working in the Division of Ecology, Evolution, and Genetics, either as primary supervisors or as co-supervisors, will be given preference
The ANU College of Science 2023 Anjeli Nathan Memorial Scholarship, Australia is open to all international students.
If a student enrolls in one of the degree programs offered by SOAS University of London, they may be eligible to receive a fee waiver award in the amount of £5,000. This award is available to students who are interested in receiving a degree from SOAS University of London.
- Students are required to hand in a written proposal that relates to either the behavioural ecology or initiatives in other biological disciplines that centre on either conservation, natural history, ecology, or behaviour. The school requires that the proposal be emailed in as a submission. Each year, the application period runs from the 31st of August to the 30th of December.
The application deadline for the ANU College of Science 2023 Anjeli Nathan Memorial Scholarship, Australia is December 30, 2023.