Eni is offering a scholarship to complete a Master in Energy and Environmental Management and Economics during the 2003-04 academic year at Eni Corporate University in Milan.
Applicants must be younger than 32, and have completed a degree in a science, mathematics, business, economics or law discipline.
Further information is available from email@example.com.
Perth-based resource development company GRD Minproc is offering a $40,000 scholarship program with the University of Western Australia and Curtin University.
Up to four $10,000 scholarships are available to undergraduate engineering students who have completed their second year of study.
Recipients are also guaranteed a job at GRD Minproc after graduation.
Nominations are open until May 31, and recipients will be announced in late July.
Further information is available from (08) 9347 4777 and Dario.Amara@Minproc.com.au.
Application forms available from UWA and Curtin University.
Primary Industry Bursary Award
Sarah Arnold is this year’s winner of the Department of Agriculture primary industry bursary.
Ms Arnold, who is in her first year of natural resource management studies at the University of Western Australia, beat off 27 other 2002 Year 12 applicants planning to commence agriculture, agri-business, animal science, natural resource management, horticulture, viticulture and oenology, or aquaculture study this year.
In her application, Ms Arnold submitted that the range of employment opportunities within agriculture had diversified, even though the traditional view of the industry remained farming and production focussed.
The bursary provides an annual $7,000 over four years, and the possibility of summer employment with the Department of Agriculture.
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