Mathew Peck Travelling Scholarship

Help our students help the world

This annual scholarship pays $4,000 toward the airfare and accommodation costs of a third- or fourth-year pharmacy or pharmacy and commerce student to work on an international aid program, preferably in the Asia Pacific region.

Established in 2003, the scholarship honours Mathew Peck, a Bachelor of Pharmacy student who died tragically while travelling in South America after completing his first year of study. Mathew was committed to addressing international health issues by using pharmacy to improve people's lives.

Make a donation

The scholarship has received generous funding from Mathew's family and friends, and our alumni and faculty, including staff and students.

A donation from you will help keep Mathew's memory alive and continue to give our students a unique opportunity to become actively involved in the health issues facing communities in our region.

You can donate online to this scholarship, or download and return our donation form (PDF, 0.09 MB). Please make cheque donations payable to Monash University and include your name and address to receive a receipt. Donations of $2 or above are tax deductible in Australia.

To discuss setting up your own named faculty scholarship, bursary or other award, please contact Harry Azidis, the Alumni Engagement Officer on Tel: +61 3 9903 9087, e-mail: harry.azidis@monash.edu.

How to apply

Find out about eligibility and applying for the Mathew Peck Travelling Scholarship.

Previous winners

Read about the extraordinary experiences of previous Mathew Peck Travelling Scholarship winners.