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Graduate Women Victoria Awards Available in 2024

Indigenous Undergraduate Bursary $3000

Marilyn Godley Schlarship $5000

Honours Arts /Humanities

Taines Scholarship $7000

Teaching/Education Masters

Bursary $3500

E.D.Daniels Scholarship $7000

Masters by Coursework, by Research, and Extended

Bursary $3500

*Judith Rodriguez Bursary $5000

*May Kentish Scholarship $7000

Philippa McCall Scholarship $7000


*Madeleine Capicchiano Bursary $4000

Feminist Fathers Bursary $5000

Feminist Fathers Bursary $5000

William & Elizabeth Fisher Scholarship $8000

*Members Scholarship $8000 An * indicates that this award has special criteria as in *The Judith Rodriguez Bursary is open to applicants studying in the area of literary, visual or related arts, e.g. film or music. *The May Kentish Scholarship is open to applicants whose areas of study and career plans are relevant to areas of social justice, national or international. *The Madeleine Capicchiano Bursary is open to applicants whose research is on issues of human rights or social justice at the local, national or international level. *The Members Scholarship is open to applicants who can demonstrate that their research and career plans support the aims of Graduate Women Victoria as defined in the GWV Constitution, namely:

  • the right of women and girls to accessible and affordable quality education in order to reach their full potential in private and public life;

  • education as a means of influencing and benefiting society;

  • the recognition and protection of human rights;

  • peace, justice and equality.

Pease Note: You will be asked to indicate in your application if you wish to be considered for any of these special awards. Doing so will not prevent your being considered for any of the unrestricted awards available in your category.

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