About the Scholarship:
Applications are now open for the Marcus Oldham College Scholarship in Australia. Marcus Oldham College, located in Geelong, Victoria, is the only private agricultural college in Australia. Established in 1962, it offers higher education programs in agriculture, horse management, and farm management. The college provides undergraduate degrees, including the Bachelor of Business in Farm Management, Bachelor of Business in Agribusiness, Associate Degree in Agribusiness, Associate Degree in Farm Business Management, Diploma in Agribusiness, and Diploma in Equine Management. Additionally, it offers postgraduate programs, such as a Master’s, Graduate Certificate, and Graduate Diploma in Agribusiness.
The Marcus Oldham College scholarship is a partially funded scholarship for international undergraduate students. It is supported by the Dr. Alastair Mackenzie International Scholarship Funds, covering part of the tuition fees for the academic year. This scholarship aims to encourage young individuals interested in pursuing careers in various aspects of the Australian wool industry, including wool science and technology, wool farming, and textile production.
Details about Marcus Oldham College Scholarship:
- Scholarship Sponsor: WISS Woolbrokers/Australian Wool Education Trust/Marcus Oldham College, Australia.
- Scholarship Value: $15,000.
- Number of Awards: Varies.
- Study Level: Undergraduate.
- Host Institution: Marcus Oldham College, Australia.
- Courses: Agriculture, Wool science and technology, Plant and crop sciences, and Textile production.
The Marcus Oldham College Scholarship offers the following benefits to recipients:
- It covers $15,000 of the applicable academic year’s tuition fees, unless the college has made other arrangements.
Eligibility Criteria for Marcus Oldham College Scholarship:
To be eligible for the Marcus Oldham College Scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Proficiency in English.
- Open to applicants from all countries around the world.
- Applicants must be enrolled or planning to enroll in Year 1 of the Agriculture Program at Marcus Oldham College.
Application Procedure for Marcus Oldham College Scholarship:
To apply for the scholarship, follow these steps:
- Submit an admission offer request from Marcus Oldham College by clicking here.
- Prepare the following documents:
- Contact information for two references along with your resume.
- Statement of your Year 12 results and university ENTER score (if applicable).
- A 500-word essay responding to the question: “By applying for this scholarship, you are expressing interest in a career in the sheep and wool business. Which industrial endeavor do you hope to undertake in the future?”
- A response to the question: “What are your career goals and aspirations?” in college essay format.
- Submit scholarship applications through one of the following methods:
- Email: [email protected].
- Fax: 03 5244 1263.
- Postal address: Scholarship Coordinator Marcus Oldham College Private Bag 116 Geelong Mail Centre VIC 3221
- There is no limit to the number of scholarship applications you can submit, but only one scholarship can be awarded in any given academic year.
- You will receive a confirmation of application receipt via email.
- Interview notifications for selected candidates will be sent approximately three weeks before the interview date, scheduled for August 28, 2023, at Marcus Oldham College.
- Scholarships may not be awarded if no suitable candidates meet the selection criteria or the college may postpone the deadline and interview dates.
- The chosen candidate will receive a Scholarship Letter of Offer and have seven days from receipt to accept the scholarship and acknowledge their responsibilities as a recipient.
Application Deadline: July 21, 2023.
The Marcus Oldham College Scholarship offers a unique opportunity for international undergraduate students interested in pursuing careers related to the Australian wool industry. If you meet the eligibility criteria, consider applying for this scholarship to support your studies and career aspirations.