Application is now open for the Elias and Ellene Eliadis Scholarship at the University of Queensland. Interested applicants are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.
About the University of Queensland and Scholarship
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The donor wants to help a student in need pursue an MPhil degree (or equivalent) in the study of classical literature, ancient history, ancient philosophy, or archaeology of the ancient Mediterranean through their donation. They have a preference for research about the study of the language and culture of ancient Greece.
The Elias and Ellene Eliadis Scholarship is given in honor of Dr. Paul Eliadis AM’s parents, whose mother was born in Sydney of Greek parents who were originally from the island of Samos and whose father was born on the island of Karpathos and immigrated to Australia just before World War Two in pursuit of a brighter future. This award honors their lives and recognizes how their families and aspirations have brought the two nations closer together.
Details about The Elias and Ellene Eliadis Scholarship at the University of Queensland:
Scholarship Sponsor: University of Queensland, Australia
Scholarship Value: $19,000 per annum
Number of awards: Varies
Study level: Postgraduate
Host Institution(s): University of Queensland, Australia
Enrolment Status: Future UQ student
Eligibility Criteria for The Elias and Ellene Eliadis Scholarship
You qualify if you are a candidate for a Higher Degree by Research Master of Philosophy who is experiencing financial difficulty and who is awarded a base stipend scholarship to conduct research in Classical Literature, Ancient History, Ancient Philosophy, or Archaeology of the ancient Mediterranean, with a preference for the study of the language and culture of ancient Greece. Any additional top-up scholarships that you may be receiving must be stopped.
Your application will be evaluated based on these factors:
- Academic progress and the likelihood of academic success
- Anything else that the selection committee deems pertinent to the development of your future research.
- As part of the selection process, you can be asked to provide supporting evidence or other paperwork.
Application Process for The Elias and Ellene Eliadis Scholarship
When you apply to UQ’s higher degree by research program in the upcoming scholarship cycle, your application will be taken into account for this scholarship.
The criteria and conditions of the Schedule A Postgraduate Research Scholarships apply to this generous HDR Living scholarship. All beneficiaries of charitable scholarships are expected to adhere to the terms of the UQ research and travel scholarships, including the reporting and progress standards.
These philanthropic scholarship recipients are required to mention the awards in any publication that is published as a consequence of the study that was carried out when they were recipients of the fellowship.
The scholarship recipient may also be asked to give a presentation on the work completed while receiving the award; in this instance, they must accept the invitation or risk losing the scholarship. The data you submit with your application is gathered for three purposes: (1) determining your eligibility for the scholarship, (2) choosing the beneficiaries, and (3) managing the award. The information you give the Donor may be disclosed by the University of Queensland to accomplish the objectives specified. Except as authorized or required by law, the University will not otherwise share the information with a third party without your approval. The University’s Privacy Management Policy can be consulted for more details.
On a case-by-case basis, scholarships may be considered for domestic part-time students who have caregiving duties, a medical condition, or a handicap that prohibits them from studying full-time.
The Submission Deadline is: 24 September 2023