University of Wollongong, Australia Invites Applications for Sir Don Bradman Scholarship 2014
Applications are invited by University of Wollongong (UOW), Australia for Sir Don Bradman Scholarship named in honour of the world’s greatest-ever cricketer, Sir Donald Bradman for undergraduate student in India in collaboration with the Bradman Foundation for the session 2014.
Scholarship exclusively for an Indian student each year to study at University of Wollongong is valued at 50% of total fees for the course and aims to promote cricket.
The scholarship is established to be awarded to an Indian student–male or female who has completed secondary school and who demonstrates a combination of academic, sporting, personal and social skills, as well as strong participation in cricket.
Candidates must be Indian nationals and resident in India and eligible for overseas tuition fees (non EU).
Candidates must have completed secondary education at an Indian school and have achieved 75% in at least 3 academic subjects.
Candidates must have a club or higher level of participation in the sport of cricket.
How to Apply:
Students interested in applying for a scholarship at University of Wollongang can visit here for details of admission.
Application deadline: Saturday, September 20, 2014.
About The University of Wollongong:
UOW is one of Australia’s leading universities, recognised in the top two percent of the world’s universities in the two main rankings (QS and The Times Higher Education). Its main campus and its Innovation Campus research and development precinct are located in the coastal city of Wollongong, one hour south of Sydney in the State of New South Wales.
About the Bradman Foundation:
The Bradman Foundation is based in Bowral, in New South Wales, Australia. It owns and operates the Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame and manages Bradman Oval where the young Don Bradman first learned to play the game.
The Bradman Foundation, a non-profit charitable trust, was established in 1987 with the full support of Sir Donald Bradman AC to promote cricket as a valuable cultural and sporting force within the community. Each year the Foundation honours leading cricketers by the naming of Bradman Honourees. Previous Bradman Honourees have included Indian batsman Rahul Dravid and Australian fast bowler Glenn McGrath.