OUA congratulates the first 'Can Do' Scholarship recipient
As part of its commitment to encourage students to strive towards their very best, Open Universities Australia (OUA) is proud to announce that the first eight recipients have been awarded the OUA ‘Can Do’ Scholarship.
The ‘Can Do’ Scholarship aims to help students kick-start their dream of getting a degree by covering the tuition fees for a maximum of four undergraduate units and three preparatory units. After completing their scholarships, the recipients would be able to qualify for a Commonwealth supported place in order to complete their chosen degree.
All recipients of this scholarship so far have demonstrated what OUA is all about: passion for study, dedication to achieve their goals and the power of learning online.
OUA would like to extend their congratulations to the following students:
- Anna Gstaettner, Swinburne, Bachelor of Business
- Elna Wahab, Murdoch, Bachelor of Arts (Community Development)
- Brendon Wardle, Griffith, Bachelor of Criminology & Criminal Justice
- Kristy Clements, Curtin, Bachelor of Education (Primary)
- Christopher Russell, Curtin, Bachelor of Arts (Internet Communications)
- Nicole Longo UniSA, Bachelor of Accounting
- Alexia El Nachar, Curtin, Bachelor of Education (Primary)
- Kaye Allen, Griffith, Bachelor of Arts (Sociology major)
There are still several places available to fill for the remainder of 2012. For further information on the ‘Can Do’ Scholarship please refer to Scholarships or email the CSP Scholarship Officer on email@example.com.