Stan Robson Pharmacy Equity Scholarship
Monash Leaders Scholarship
This $6000-a-year scholarship is awarded every year to a commencing or continuing student in the Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours)/Master of Pharmacy degree. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic achievement, personal circumstances, low income and leadership potential
Dr Graeme Robson generously established the scholarship to honour his father, Stan Robson, a 1931 Victorian College of Pharmacy graduate, who practised pharmacy in Hamilton, western Victoria, for 60 years.
2 Aug - 8 Oct 2021
Total scholarship value
Up to $24,000
One per year
Am I eligible?
You must be one of the following:
- An Australian citizen
- A New Zealand citizen
- Australian permanent resident
- Australian humanitarian visa holder
You must meet the following criteria:
- $6000 per annum (48 credit points of study) up to a maximum of four years.
- One scholarship available per year.
- Awarded based on academic achievement and need.
- In the event of there being more than one eligible candidate, preference will be given to students from one or more additional Monash University’s defined equity or personal disadvantage groups (for domestic students only)
- Indigenous Australians
- from regional and remote areas of Australia
- have a disability or long-term medical condition
- recent refugees
- experiencing difficult circumstances
- attended an underrepresented school
To retain this scholarship:
- You must maintain full-time enrolment in the Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours)/Master of Pharmacy degree in the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at a Monash campus in Australia fulfil the requirements of the Access Monash Mentor role
- You must maintain a Weighted Average Mark of 60 each semester.
- You will be required to provide a one-page report for the donor at the end of the academic year, detailing your achievements over the course of the year and the impact the scholarship has had on them and participate in activities organised by the Faculty for the Robson Scholars Group.