The Todtiana Scholarship

Named after the Eucalyptus Blackbutt, the Todtiana Scholarship was first established in 2016 by donors who are passionate about the support of undergraduate students facing financial hardship, whilst promoting sustainability principles. The Todtiana Scholarship invites undergraduate students in their 2nd year to apply, from the following courses:

  • Animal science
  • Biological science
  • Conservation and wildlife biology
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Environmental management and sustainability
  • Environmental science
  • Marine Biology
  • Marine science
  • Renewable Energy Engineering

The scholarship is intended to support continuing students who are facing financial hardship, and actively promoting sustainability principles.

Number:

One scholarship is available.

Value:

$6,000

Closes:

Opens: Monday 30 September, 2019
Closes: Sunday 01 March, 2020

Payment:

Subject to the ongoing acceptance and compliance with the terms and conditions of the scholarship, payment will be made in the following installments:

  • $1,500 in Week 7 or 8 of each semester over a 2 year period (4 semesters).
Eligibility:

To apply for this scholarship you must:

  • Be an Undergraduate Student who has completed the first 24-points of study;
  • Enroled full-time in either:
    • Animal science
    • Biological science
    • Conservation and wildlife biology
    • Environmental Engineering
    • Environmental management and sustainability
    • Environmental science
    • Marine Biology
    • Marine science
    • Renewable Energy Engineering
  • Be facing personal or financial hardship
  • Third year students will be eligible if they intend studying an Honours year (fourth year).
More info:

How to apply

1 Download and save the application form.
2 Complete the form and save it under your name.
3 Email the following documents to scholarships@murdoch.edu.au
  • Completed application form;
  • A personal statement of no more than 500 words;
  • Evidence of financial hardship (e.g. Payslips, Tax Notice of Assessment or Centrelink Income Statement);
  • A written letter of support from a person at the university.

What happens next?

Applicants will be contacted by the Scholarships Office via the email address registered in MyInfo.