Scholarship Programs

Australian National University

Scholarships to support commencing undergraduate students relocating from rural or regional areas.
A group of five ANU Scholars smiling and standing outside, on campus.

The George Alexander Foundation Scholarship Program at ANU

The George Alexander Foundation Scholarship Program commenced at the Australian National University (ANU) in 2018. The Scholarship Program was established to assist high-achieving students with the costs of relocating to undertake an undergraduate degree. 

Seven scholarships are awarded annually, each valued at $24,000 and paid in instalments during the scholar's degree.

The scholarships are open to commencing full-time students relocating from a rural, regional or remote area to undertake an undergraduate degree at ANU's Canberra campus. All GAF scholarships recognise students who can demonstrate academic merit, community involvement and leadership capability.

Receiving a GAF scholarship was incredibly validating. I felt my years and years of hard work had paid off in terms of my academic success and were being recognised and rewarded.

Ella, ANU Scholar

ANU scholars.

How to apply.

Further eligibility details and how to apply can be found on the Australian National University website.

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