ARROW ENERGY GO FURTHER INDIGENOUS TERTIARY SCHOLARSHIP
The Arrow Energy Go Further Indigenous Tertiary Scholarships will provide recognition and assistance to deserving Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students studying an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at CQUniversity.
Expectations of Recipients As a scholarship recipient, you may be asked to participate in a feedback survey. You may also be approached to assist with promoting CQUniversity’s Scholarship program by sharing your experiences as a recipient through testimonials, media or invitations to attend events such as Orientation or Open Days.
CQUniversity has a range of support services located on our website Student Support Services and Financial Preparedness.
Ongoing Eligibility In addition to the eligibility criteria, the successful applicant must:
Maintain a minimum GPA of 4.0 each term Remain enrolled in the course as at Term 2 Census Date Please note that failure to meet the continuing eligibility criteria may result in the scholarship being cancelled.
Additional Information Students may request a deferral of their scholarship in special circumstances. This request must be made through the Student Scholarships Team and should occur in conjunction with an official Leave of Absence request to the University. If approved, a scholarship may only be deferred for a maximum period of two terms (excludes Term 3). Continuing students must still maintain a minimum GPA of 4.0 in the term directly before taking a Leave of Absence.
In special circumstances, a student may also make a request to transfer their scholarship to an alternative course of study. This request must be through the Student Scholarships Team and is at the discretion of the scholarship donor.
Sharing details with the Donor of your scholarship As funds for your scholarship have been generously donated, CQUniversity is required to share your name, course/ study area and ongoing eligibility (including academic performance) with the donor of your scholarship.
You will be asked to submit a profile photo, short biography and completed “Arrow Energy Talent Release” form. This info will be shared with Arow Energy and may be used on various support, including social media.
Thanking your Donor Many of our scholarships are made possible by generous donations from community partners who are committed to supporting CQUniversity students to reach their academic goals. Our donors are always keen to hear how their support is making a difference.
You are strongly encouraged to submit a letter of thanks (Word/ PDF) to email@example.com to express your appreciation. To help you get started, we recommend providing a brief overview of who you are, what you are studying and your career aspirations, as well as some insight into how your scholarship will benefit you.
Payment of the Scholarship The successful applicant is required to enter their current financial institution details (banking details) into their MyCQU for payment to occur. This must be done prior to Term 1 Census Date to avoid delays.
Payments are based on term study loads as follows:
$2,500 /term for study load of 12 credit points $5,000 /term for study load of 18 credit points or more Payment will be made to the successful applicant in Week 6 after final post Census Date eligibility checks each term.
Payments will be credited electronically to the student’s nominated bank account.
To be eligible to receive the Arrow Energy Go Further Indigenous Tertiary Scholarship, an applicant must meet the following criteria:
- Be enrolled or intending to enrol in any Undergraduate or Postgraduate (Honours and Masters Coursework) degree at CQUniversity in Term 1 2023;
- Be of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent;
- Be enrolled with a term study load of at least 12 credit points*;
- Be an Australian Citizen or Australian Permanent Resident;
- Be enrolled as at Census Date Term 1, 2023;
- Not be receiving multiple CQUniversity Scholarships that exceed the annual value of $10,000.
Preference will be given to students who:
- Identify with one of Traditional Owner groups to whom Arrow has commitments to i.e. Barada Barna, Barunggam, Bigambul, Birri, Cobble Cobble, Emon/Iman, Jangga, Jarowair/Yarowair, Kambuwal, Mandandanji, Northern Gomeroi/Gomeroi, Wiri, Wakka Wakka/Western Wakka, Yetimarala (30% weighting attributed);
- Are enrolled in programs aligned with the following priorities (30% weighting attributed);
- Engineering – Petroleum, Chemical, Mechanical, Civil or Electrical;
- Geology, Hydrogeology or Ecology; and
- Mathematics, Information Communication Technology (ICT), Law, Business, Finance or Supply Chain.
- Display academic achievement (30% weighting attributed); and
- Showcase personal attributes e.g. community involvement, career aspirations, interests, drive, ability to overcome adversity (10% weighting attributed).