The Institute of Sustainable Development and Architecture is pleased to offer a limited number of Dean's Scholarships each year to high achieving prospective students. The Dean’s scholarships are for a range of programs within the Soheil Abedian School of Architecture and the School of Sustainable Development.
- Dean's Scholarships are open to domestic and international students
- Scholarships are awarded on the basis of outstanding academic and other achievements
- Scholarships cover 10-40% of the total tuition fee for eligible candidates
In order to be considered for a scholarship you must complete Section 8 – Dean’s Scholarships of the Application Form. You must include the
following with your application:
- A personal statement outlining why you should be awarded a Bond University Dean’s Scholarship
- Appropriate references that will support your application
- Certified copies of any other documents, awards or examples of completed words that will support your application.
To be considered in the main round of scholarship offers, your complete application must be received by the following dates:
- November 1, for admission in the January semester
- March 1, for admission in the May semester
- July 1, for admission in the September semester
Applications received after these dates may be considered in subsequent rounds (quotas permitting).
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Stockland Ervin Graf Scholarship
Each year, Stockland offers scholarships to high performing property undergraduates from a selection of Australian universities. The Ervin Graf Scholarship was created in 2003 in honour of the late Ervin Graf, founder of Stockland in 1952. The program continues to attract the highest calibre students across Australia.
Successful recipients have the opportunity to gain insight into the day-to-day operation of the property investment and development industry. The program is designed to ensure our scholars have the flexibility to work around their study.
The Scholarship Prize consists of a monetary prize, currently $12,000 paid in fortnightly instalments as well as one year casual paid work experience with Stockland across a range of their businesses. Recipients work a minimum of 1 day a week through semester and up to full time during semester breaks.
Upon completion of the scholarship recipients may be offered full time permanent employment with Stockland, however, this is not a condition of the scholarship.
Current Scholarship Recipient Testimonial
Angelos Stramarcos, 2013 Stockland Ervin Graf Scholar
"Stocklands Ervin Graf Scholarship is an exciting program which has allowed me to actively participate in a diverse range of roles within the development industry. Stockland has given me vital experience, the opportunity to assess which areas of the industry I am best suited to and most importantly, which functions I enjoy.
The Stockland company culture is fantastic and illustrates the importance, superiority and satisfaction of working in a dynamic, collaborative team. Stockland's scholarship program is a huge opportunity to gain valuable development experience and knowledge with a first class company. This can translate into successful applicants having a competitive advantage over their course counterparts, following graduation and program completion."
Martin Hume, 2013 Stockland Ervin Graf Scholar
"The Stockland Ervin Graf scholarship has allowed me to continue my university study whilst gaining practical exposure to the inner workings of one of Australia's largest property companies. The ability to examine and apply what I have learned in the classroom in the real world has provided me with invaluable early career experience. Working with Stockland has also provided the opportunity to network with people who are industry leaders."
Jaymie Aston, 2012 Stockland Ervin Graf Scholar
"Working at Stockland allows me to have a competitive edge over other graduates, as by the time I finish university I will have had a year's work experience in an amazing company. Further, it gives me valuable experience in areas other than what I am specifically studying so hopefully I can graduate with a broader knowledge of the development industry as a whole."
2014 Bond University Eligibility and Applications
Applications are open each year to Bachelor of Property, Bachelor of Construction Management and Quantity Surveying and Bachelor of Urban Design and Planning students undertaking full time study with a minimum average mark of 70 across all subjects and must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident and be available to participate in paid work experience during the scholarship year.
Applications open on 1st August 2013 and close on 31st August 2013 for the 2014 scholarship.
Interviews will be taking place on Monday, 16 September 2013 in Brisbane and selected applicants will need to be available to be interviewed on that day.
Download the application form
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For more Scholarship Information contact
The Office of Admissions
Phone: 1800 074 074 (toll-free within Australia)
Phone: +61 7 5595 1024 (internationally)
or visit the Bond University Scholarships page
*Scholarships are also available for the professional version of this program.