Scholarship Grant

Gottstein Scholarship

The Gottstein Trust awards Scholarships from the Trust fund are for students who are studying in a field of study relevant to a future career within the forestry and wood products sector. Applicants are typically university undergraduates or postgraduate students who are undertaking a bachelor’s degree, graduate diploma, master’s degree or PhD program in wood science or forest science. Applications may also be received from TAFE students.

The scholarship provides funds up to a maximum of $5,000 per annum to each successful applicant for either one, two or a maximum of three years.

The funds are made available to the Scholarship holder for the purpose of meeting living, relocation, and education-related expenses. Payments are granted subject to ongoing proof of appropriate progression of study and achievements.

The Trustees are responsible for the governance of the Trust Fund and thus they determine the awarding of every Scholarship. The guiding principle is that the scholar has aptitudes and aspirations that are judged as being consistent with the Trust’s guiding principle to promote the development of the Australian wood products and forestry industry.

Application Process

Typically there are multiple candidates vying for funding support. Late applications will not be accepted - except in the case of genuine exceptional circumstances.

All applications are considered by the Trustees and shortlisted applicants are then interviewed. All applicants are advised of the outcome as soon as the review process is completed.

Scholarship recipients are required to enter into a contract which spells out their obligations in return for the granting of the fund.

Application

Applications should be lodged from the online form on this website. The online form does not ‘save’ and it cannot therefore be part filled out and returned to later. Applicants should be ready to complete the form from start to finish in one session.

Read the Scholarship Terms and Conditions

You should only make an application if you are agreeable to all the terms and conditions.

2022 Applications and Selection Timeline

The 2022 Gottstein Trust scholarship application round is open between Monday 4th April and Friday 3rd June 2022. Applications can be submitted at any time in that period, using the online application form. 

After the round closes, all applications will be considered by the Trustees and applicants will be shortlisted in June. Interviews with shortlisted candidates will be conducted by Zoom at a date to be advised in the timeframe late June-early July 2022.
The selection process will conclude by the end of July, when candidates will be advised of the outcome and offers made to successful candidates.

To apply online – go to this page.

For further information please contact the Gottstein Trust.

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