Sir Charles Bright Scholarship

Sir Charles Bright Scholarship Trust

The Sir Charles Bright Scholarship was established in 1985 in the memory of Sir Charles Bright, a former judge of the Supreme Court, into the rights of the disabled.
Eligibility The scholarships are awarded to disabled individuals undertaking tertiary education, whether at university, TAFE or other recognised educational institutions.
Annual Amount$ 1500
Support Type Equity Scholarship
Level of Study Certificate I
Certificate II
Certificate III
Certificate IV
Diploma
Advanced Diploma
University Certificate
Associate Degree
Bachelor Degree (Pass)
Bachelor Degree (Honours)
Bachelor Degree (Graduate Entry)
Gender Co-Ed
Frequency of Offer Annual
length of Support 1 (year)
Field of study Accounting
Agriculture & Natural Resources
Architecture
Psychology
Built Environment
Business & Management
Communications
Computing & Information Technology
Creative Arts
Dental Studies
Economics
Education & Training
Engineering & Technology
Environmental Studies
Food & Hospitality
General Education & Employment Skills
Health Services & Support
Humanities & Social Sciences
Language & Literature
Law
Legal Studies
Mathematics
Medicine
Nursing
Personal Services
Pharmacy
Rehabilitation
Sciences
Social Work
Sport, Leisure & Recreation
Surveying
Tourism
Veterinary Studies & Animal Care
Welfare & Community Services
Location of study
SA
Australia
Target group Physical, medical, psychological or learning difficulties
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