Women in Tech ScholarshipApplication Deadline:
February Intake Friday, 6th January 2017
CFA is offering one person per intake the opportunity to receive a partial scholarship for the Diploma of Software Development
You must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.
This scholarship is only open to students who enrol directly with CFA. Any enrolments via an agent or other recruitment organisations will not be eligible for participation.
You must be available to attend a scholarship application interview as part of the scholarship awarding process.
You must meet all other usual eligibility and entry requirements.
To be considered for this high profile scholarship, the applicant must display:
Application for our scholarship for study commencing in 2017 is now open and will close as stated above.
Direct email inquiries may be made at [email protected]
Entries must be made electronically.
All scholarship applications must include the following:
The scholarship program winners will be judged on criteria including:
An applicant’s financial status or personal circumstances will not be considered in any way in the evaluation process.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
All scholarship applications must be original works, and created entirely by the scholarship applicant.
This scholarship award covers tuition fees equivalent to 80% of all academic terms at CFA only.
The scholarship is not transferable to other people or other educational institutions.
The scholarship is not exchangeable for cash, and the scholarship winner is not entitled to any monetary refund under any circumstances.
CFA will retain full discretion over the scholarship assessment and awarding process, and no appeal process may be entered into.
This scholarship does not cover the cost of books, software, consumables, stationery, accommodation, or other costs that may be necessary to undertake CFA’s courses.
CFA accepts no responsibility for late, lost, incomplete, incorrectly submitted, delayed, illegible, corrupted or misdirected entries.
All portfolio submissions submitted to CFA become the property of CFA. Each scholarship applicant promises that they have the right to transfer these works to CFA. CFA may use application materials submitted in any way and in any medium.
CFA reserves the right not to award the scholarship if no entry meets its judging criteria.
Scholarship winners are required to:
FORFEIT OF SCHOLARSHIP
Scholarships may be forfeited if the scholarship award holder: