The A.M. Horsnell Travelling Scholarship was established in 1980 by the University of Adelaide following acceptance of funds raised by the private subscription to commemorate the services rendered to the Dental School by Professor Arthur Maxwell Horsnell, Professor of Dental Science (later Dental Health) from 1959 to 1977. The fund was increased in 1980 by the transfer of funding from the residual funds of the Student Education Exchange Scheme. In 1999, Professor Horsnell bequeathed additional funding to augment the A.M. Horsnell Travelling Scholarship.
Applicants must: be undertaking the fourth or fifth year of the Bachelor of Dental Surgery to visit an approved dental school or other institution for a period not exceeding twelve weeks. Selection is based on academic merit and also other factors such as the likely benefit to be derived both by the dental school and the student. Academic merit for continuing students will be determined according to students' cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) or equivalent scores.
The Scholarship must be taken up in the year in which it is offered.
|Amount|| $4,500 |
The value of the scholarship is valued at $4,500 for 1 Semester.
|Closing date||Late November|
|For Australian students|
|For international students|
|Level of study|| Undergraduate / VET|
|Field of studys|| Dentistry|