Discussion paper

Discussion paper: making and assessing claims of scholarship and scholarly activity

As part of its regulatory roles, TEQSA is required to assess evidence of ‘scholarship’ that is put forward by providers, whether evidence of scholarship by individuals, such as teaching staff within the provider, or for the provider as a whole. This paper does not seek...

Review of the IAS funded secondary school scholarships for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students: final report

PricewaterhouseCoopers Indigenous Consulting (PIC) was appointed in February 2017 by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet to undertake this review of Indigenous Advancement Strategy (IAS) funded secondary school scholarships.

Review of the contract for the In-Country Management of the New Zealand Development Scholarship and Short-Term Training Award schemes in PNG

This report provides an assessment of the first-year performance of GRM International Pty Ltd, the organisation contracted by NZAID to manage the pre-award processes of two NZAID scholarships schemes in Papua New Guinea (PNG): the New Zealand Development Scholarships scheme in the Public category (NZDS-Public)...

Moving beyond ‘acts of faith’: effective scholarships for equity students

This study investigates the relationships between equity scholarships and the retention and success outcomes of recipients at three deliberately different universities, Deakin University, Queensland University of Technology and the University of Sydney, for the academic year of 2013.

Building women's leadership: evaluation of the contribution of Australia Awards Scholarships

The evaluation found that Australia Award scholarships have been a very effective tool for building women’s leadership. Tertiary studies have given women from developing countries the professional skills that have helped them advance their careers despite persistent gender barriers. Importantly studying in Australia was found...