The Ian Little Honours Scholarship is for students planning to study a Bachelor of Commerce (Honors) or Bachelor of Economics (Honors) in economics at Monash Business School. If chosen, you will receive a $15,000 scholarship based on academic accomplishment. Application is not required. Every applicant for the course will undergo an automated evaluation.
About Monash University
Melbourne, Victoria, home to Monash University (/mnae/), is where this public research institution is located. It was established in 1958 and is the second-oldest university in the state, bearing Sir John Monash’s name, a notable World War I general. The institution has many campuses, four of which are in Victoria (Parkville, Clayton, Caulfield, and Peninsula) and one in Malaysia. Additionally, Monash has research and teaching facilities in Prato, Italy; Mumbai, India; Suzhou, China; and Tangerang, Indonesia. There are other places, such as South Africa, where Monash University courses are offered.
Major research facilities can be found at Monash University, including the Monash Law School, the Australian Synchrotron, the Monash Science Technology Research and Innovation Precinct (STRIP), the Australian Stem Cell Centre, the Victorian College of Pharmacy, 100 research centers, and 17 cooperative research centers. Over $2.72 billion (AUD) in overall revenue and $462 million in external research income were generated in 2019. More than 25,000 graduate and over 55,000 undergraduate students are enrolled at Monash in 2019. In the state of Victoria, it receives the most applications of any institution.
Monash is the sole Australian member of the M8 Alliance of Academic Health Centers, Universities, and National Academies, a group of eight research universities in Australia. It is also a member of the ASAIHL. According to the number of graduates listed as CEOs in the 500 largest global corporations, the École des Mines de Paris (Mines ParisTech) listing of universities includes Monash as one of the Australian institutions.
The Clayton, Caulfield, Parkville, and Peninsula campuses of Monash are listed in the Good Institutions Guide’s list of Australian institutions where it is most tough for domestic students to get accepted, with each campus obtaining a score of 5/5 for entry requirements. Of all Australian universities in Victoria, Monash has the most demand for admission from domestic high school graduates. In 2009, one in four candidates listed Monash as their top choice. This translates to high school graduates from Victoria expressing more than 15,000 first preferences.
Monash is the school of choice for the majority of Victoria’s top 5% of high school graduates. The largest percentage of any Victorian institution in 2010—nearly 50% of the top 5% of high school graduates—chose to enroll at Monash.
Over 120 research institutions and centers are located at Monash. The Monash University Accident Research Centre, Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute, and Monash Centre for Synchrotron Science are three significant multidisciplinary research institutions. The Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute, the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication, and the Monash Institute of Medical Research are other illustrious research institutions that are also situated at or associated with Monash University.
Worth of Ian Little Honours Scholarship
- $15,000 was paid in just one year.
Eligibility for Ian Little Honours Scholarship
One of the following criteria must be met to be eligible for the Ian Little Honours Scholarship:
- Australian National
- A citizen of New Zealand
- A permanent resident of Australia
- Australian citizen with a humanitarian visa
- A university student from abroad
- A new student starting their full-time studies in economics at the Monash Clayton campus while pursuing a Bachelor of Economics (Honors) or Bachelor of Commerce (Honors) degree.
Interview date, Process, and Venue for Ian Little Honours Scholarship
According to academic performance
- There is no need to apply. All applicants for the course will be automatically evaluated.
- The scholarship is not transferable.
The application procedure for each scholarship may vary, or it may not exist at all. Please carefully read the application details before submitting your application before the deadline. Go to our scholarships application page for more information.
Deadline for Application:
July 8, 2023
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