ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences is currently awarding one scholarship in the first semester each year, known as the Tall Foundation Scholarship in Archaeology.
The Australian National University (ANU) is unlike any other university in Australia. Founded in 1946, in a spirit of post-war optimism, their role was to help realize Australia’s potential as the world recovered from a global crisis.
That vision, to support the development of national unity and identity, improve the understanding of ourselves and neighbours, and provide the nation with research capacity amongst the best in the world, and education in areas vital for the future, has been their mission ever since.
It can be difficult work, but it’s work they proudly do-because connecting talented people with diverse perspectives, equipping and encouraging them to address the most complex of tomorrow’s problems, and ensuring Australia’s future is not just the approach-it’s also the national role and international responsibility as Australia’s national university, and it’s a responsibility from which we’ll never waver.
The donors of the Tall Foundation are ANU alumni with broad interests in Archaeology. By providing financial support through the Tall Scholarship, they hope to encourage and inspire students to undertake additional study and research in this field.
Eligibility criteria for the Tall Foundation International Scholarship
- Students with an outstanding academic record of achievement in their earlier undergraduate studies at ANU or another tertiary institution;
- Students pursuing study in the field of Archaeology
- Students enrolling in their first semester of an Honours program in Archaeology at the School of Archaeology and Anthropology; or
- Enrolling in their first semester of the Master’s Thesis in the Master of Archaeological Science program at the School of Archaeology and Anthropology.
- You need to demonstrate their English language ability by taking the TOEFL or IELTS test.
Eligible Countries: International
Type: Honours or Masters degree
Value of Awards: $5,000 per annum
Number of Awards: One
Method of Application: Applicants must take admission in an undergraduate or master’s degree programme at the Australian National University. After being registered, students can apply through the online application form and they should be submitted applications to the School of Archaeology and Anthropology, CASS, email: [email protected] for this education award.
Application Deadline: 1 March 2022.