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Sir Charles Bright Scholarship

icon High/Secondary School, Bachelors

icon Subjects offered by the University

Open to Physically Challenged Australian nationals

icon  Royal Society For The Blind

icon 24 Dec 2016

icon Partial Funding, $1,500

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    Recognised Post Secondary Educational Institutions in Australia
 

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Details about Sir Charles Bright Scholarship

Sir Charles Bright Scholarship is offered for High/Secondary School, Bachelors degree in the field of Subjects offered by the University. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 24 Dec 2016. This scholarship is provided by Royal Society For The Blind and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, $1,500 . This scholarship is open for: Open to Physically Challenged Australian nationals.

  • Deadline: 24 Dec 2016
  • Scholarship value: Partial Funding, $1,500

Sir Charles Bright was a former judge of the Supreme Court and a man who did many charitable duties for the physically challenged and disadvantaged individuals. Sir Charles Bright Scholarship was established in 1985 in his memory to help physically challenged persons undertake post-secondary education at recognised educational institutions.

Eligibility

  • Applicants from Australia can apply for this scholarship.
  • Only physically challenged individuals are entitled to the award.

Documents Required

  • Applicants must submit the required academic particulars listed on the application form.
  • Financial details of the candidates are required.

The following Board of Trustees administers the Sir Charles Bright Scholarship:
Guide Dogs Association of SA & NT, Royal Society for the Blind, The Paraplegic and Quadriplegic Association the SA Deaf Society, the Brain Foundation, Arts SA, and the Multiple Sclerosis Society of SA & NT.

Updated on: 24 Nov, 2016

Source : Royal Society For The Blind
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More about Royal Society For The Blind

The Royal Society for the Blind (RSB) is a not-for-profit organisation providing services to over 11,000 South Australians who are blind or vision impaired. The RSB was founded by Andrew Whyte Hendry (who was blinded as a child) and Sir Charles Goode in 1884 when they started an industrial school. The RSB has an Adaptive Technology Centre and a Low Vision Centre located at 230 Pirie Street, Adelaide. The Adaptive Technology Centre is the first of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and houses the latest computerised and non-computerised equipment designed for people who are blind or vision impaired. People are able to trial and train on the latest equipment which includes talking appliances, electronic magnification and modified computers. This service is supported by a loan pool and grant scheme The Low Vision Centre is the first point of contact for people who are experiencing severe sight loss and a referral is required from an Optometrist or Ophthalmologist. The LVC enables people to optimise their remaining vision by providing information about their sight loss, lighting and magnification advice. The RSB offers numerous services within the community. The Employment Services team works with clients to find suitable and meaningful employment. They negotiate with employers and advise on workplace modifications. The team also assists those whose job is in jeopardy due to vision loss. The Industrial Services section has grown since its inception to now employ many dedicated and highly motivated people who are blind or vision impaired. The Service is specifically equipped to provide packaging and assembly services for businesses. The RSB Guide Dog Service works to provide RSB Guide Dogs to help people who are blind or vision impaired to travel safely and independently. RSB Guide Dogs learn how to guide their owner through many obstacles and distractions in safety. There are many other important services run by the RSB for members of the community. They include: • Mobility Services • Print Alternatives • Occupational Therapy • Community Education • Counselling • Daily Living • Recreation and Leisure • Systemic Advocacy The RSB relies on support from the public to continue providing these free services to the 11,000 people who are blind or vision impaired in South Australia.

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  2. When is the deadline of Sir Charles Bright Scholarship?

    The deadline of Sir Charles Bright Scholarship is 24 Dec 2016

  3. For which degree is Sir Charles Bright Scholarship offered for?

    Sir Charles Bright Scholarship is offered to High/Secondary School, Bachelors degree

  4. For which field is Sir Charles Bright Scholarship offered for?

    Sir Charles Bright Scholarship is offered for Subjects offered by the University

  5. Who can apply for Sir Charles Bright Scholarship?

    Sir Charles Bright Scholarship is open for: Open to Physically Challenged Australian nationals

  6. Who is offering Sir Charles Bright Scholarship?

    Sir Charles Bright Scholarship is offered by Royal Society For The Blind

  7. What is the funding covered in Sir Charles Bright Scholarship?

    Sir Charles Bright Scholarship Covers Partial Funding, $1,500

  8. Where can Sir Charles Bright Scholarship can be taken at?

    Sir Charles Bright Scholarship can be taken at Recognised Post Secondary Educational Institutions in Australia
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