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Scholarships

In collaboration with the University of Wollongong and the University of Tasmania we are offering university scholarships in 2020.

Our scholarship program aims to be representative of the communities we serve and includes scholarships across a range of qualifications from the vocational through to post-graduate level. The scholarships include a combination of both high academic scholarships and those aimed at supporting disadvantaged or lower represented groups within our diverse maritime industry.

AMSA Excellence in maritime policy scholarship

The scholarship will be awarded to a student undertaking the Master of Maritime Policy to analyse the legal, political and operational factors that contribute to the development of the law of the sea and maritime policy, with the aim of devising solutions to gaps in legal and policy frameworks. A research project or minor thesis aligned with our work will be highly regarded.

Apply of find out more about this scholarship on the University of Wollongong website.

AMSA Excellence in maritime studies scholarship

The scholarship will be awarded to a student undertaking the Graduate Certificate in Maritime Studies, a program of study that will encourage the generation of solutions to problems relating to maritime law and policy. A research project or minor thesis aligned with our work will be highly regarded.

Apply or find out more about this scholarship on the University of Wollongong website.

AMSA Vocational near coastal seafaring Indigenous scholarship

Available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who are commencing a Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Master up to 24 metres near coastal) followed by the Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 2 near coastal) at the Australian Maritime College (AMC) in the first half of 2020.

Selection will be based on the applicant's aspiration to work in the industry and having career goals which align with AMSA's vision and mission.

Find out more on the University of Tasmania website.

AMSA Women in maritime engineering scholarship

Available to a female student who is entering year 3 of the Bachelor of Engineering (Specialisation) in semester 1, 2020. Selection will be based on academic merit and the applicant's aspiration to work in the industry and having career goals which align with AMSA's vision and mission.

Preference will be for female students undertaking the Naval Architecture stream. Mentoring by an AMSA employee may be available for the successful applicant.

Find out more on the University of Tasmania website.

AMSA First year access scholarship for maritime studies

Available to a student commencing the first year of an undergraduate degree at the Australian Maritime College (AMC) in semester 1, 2021.

Selection will be based on demonstration of financial need or social disadvantage and the applicant's aspiration to work in the industry and having career goals which align with AMSA's vision and mission.

Find out more on the University of Tasmania website.

Related information

Find information about the AMSA vision and mission.

Last updated: 

Tuesday 11 February 2020