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Academic scholarships for women

APPLICATIONS for the 2015 round of Supporting Women Scholarships are closing soon, on October 10.

The scholarships offer up to $20,000 for Queensland women to pursue study or training in traditionally male-dominated industries, including agricultural and environmental studies, architecture and building, engineering, earth sciences and information technology.

All women, whether they are leaving school, returning to the workforce or changing careers, are encouraged to apply.

The scholarships are available for vocational education and training, undergraduate degrees and postgraduate qualifications.

For details via visit www.supportingwomen.qld.gov.au.

Meantime, CQUniversity is also offering a wide range of scholarships open to applicants from diverse backgrounds, with details via http://www.cqu.edu.au/study/scholarships.
 

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