Details about Gilbertson Family Scholarship at University of Tasmania 2023
Gilbertson Family Scholarship at University of Tasmania 2023 is offered for Bachelors, Masters degree in the field of All courses offered by the university. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 12 Feb 2023. This scholarship is provided by University of Tasmania and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, $2,000 per year . This scholarship is open for: Open to all nationals.
- Degree: Bachelors, Masters
- Provided by: University of Tasmania
- Deadline: 12 Feb 2023
- Scholarship value: Partial Funding, $2,000 per year
The Isabel and John Gilbertson Charitable Trust was formed in 2002 as a means for the children of Isabel and John Gilbertson to continue their parents' charitable work. Son Andrew Gilbertson and his wife Charlotte have dedicated more than 20 years to ensuring young people with specific learning difficulties have equitable access to educational resources. In 2008 The Isabel and John Gilbertson Charitable Trust established the Gilbertson Family Scholarship Fund with the University of Tasmania to provide support for University of Tasmania students with specific learning difficulties via the Gilbertson Family Scholarship.
Eligibility for the Gilbertson Family Scholarship:
- Applicants mus be undergraduate, honours and postgraduate students with specific learning difficulties (for example dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia) in any field of study at the University of Tasmania.
- Students may be studying full time or part time.
- Students must agree to regular one-on-one tutoring with a qualified teacher, tutor or mentor, recommended through the school (for a minimum of 10 hours each semester) for the duration of the award, be diagnosed by an Educational Psychologist, and be registered with the University of Tasmania Accessibility Services and have an approved Learning Access Plan in place.
- Applicants who are commencing university for the first time must have a Learning Access Plan in place by census date of their first semester of study.
Retaining the scholarship:
To retain this scholarship, recipients must remain enrolled and undertake regular one-on-one tutoring with a qualified teacher, tutor or mentor, as recommended through the School (for a minimum of 10 hours each semester).