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Each year the ANU College of Business and Economics ("the College") may offer an award known as The ANU College of Business and Economics Global Business Immersion Travel Grant ("the award").
The National Security College may award two partial tuition scholarships to domestic students, and one full tuition scholarship to an international student, known as The ANU National Security Policy Scholarship.
The scholarship has been generously established in memory of the distinguished Indigenous Australian, Ken Wanganeen. Mr Wanganeen completed his first degree with honours at Flinders University and during his career became Assistant Secretary in the Department of Aboriginal Affairs. He was committed to developing constructive ways of bringing the people of Australia together.
Each year the Australian National University will offer a number of scholarships to assist students in financial need from outside of the Canberra region who are commencing a degree program at the Australian National University.
Each year the ANU College of Business & Economics may award a CBE Access Scholarship to a prospective student who is applying for admission to an undergraduate degree program offered by the College.
The ANU College of Business and Economics is committed to strengthening educational outcomes for students from financially disadvantaged backgrounds.
The National University Scholarship aims reward academic excellence in secondary school studies by providing assistance with living costs and other expenses related to tertiary studies.
Each year the Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Statistics (RSFAS) may offer up to 15 RSFAS India High Achievers Scholarships to support diversity and to strength education outcomes for students from India.
There shall be a number of scholarships available for new indigenous students at ANU known as the National Indigenous University Scholarship. The objectives of the National Indigenous University Scholarship are to acknowledge the academic excellence of Indigenous in secondary school studies and provide assistance with costs related to tertiary studies.
Each year the Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Statistics (RSFAS) within the ANU College of Business and Economics may offer up to 50 of these awards each year.