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Scholarships – Overview
Rotary has ended the Ambassadorial Scholarship program. Rotary has introduced two new types of scholarship, which will be funded as either a district or a global grant. Full details of the both scholarships are set out in the document Rotary Foundation Scholarships for Future Vision Pilot Clubs and Districts.
District 9710 is seeking applications for the global grant scholarship for 2013/14. Applications close on 31 March 2013. To be considered for one of these scholarships, an applicant will need the support and assistance of a club in District 9710. District 9710 encompasses all of the ACT and parts of southern New South Wales. The Rotary Clubs in District 9710 are listed on the District 9710 website.
District 9710 is offering US$15-20,000 which must be matched by the Rotary Foundation if the scholarship is to proceed. Assuming that the Rotary Foundation agrees to match the scholarship, the successful applicant could expect a scholarship totalling US$30-40,000. If District 9710 is not able to identify anyone that we consider suitable for that scholarship or the Rotary Foundation did not consider the person that we had identified as fully meeting the requirements, District 9710 will then seek applications for a district grant scholarship. The district grant scholarship would be for US$15-20,000. Persons who had been unsuccessful in applying for a scholarship funded under the global grant would need to lodge a new application if they wanted to be considered for a scholarship funded under a district grant.
Global grant scholarships – key points
District grant scholarships – key points
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