GPT First Nations Scholarship
$10,000 per year for duration of degree (up to three years)
Bachelor of Business, majoring in Human Resources Management, Economics, Finance, Marketing, or Property, or any undergraduate degree in the School of Humanities & Communication Arts, School of Law, School of Social Sciences, School of Built Environment, School of Computing, Mathematics, Statistics & Data Science, or School of Engineering
- must be Australian citizens or permanent residents
- must identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.
- must be commencing study or currently enrolled in their second year or higher of any of the above courses
- will be selected based on their personal statement, academic potential (based on ATAR results or previous work experience) and their ability to meet the criteria.
GPT is a vertically integrated diversified property group that owns and actively manages its $24.4 billion portfolio of high quality Australian office, logistics and retail assets. At GPT we are passionate about creating spaces that go beyond the expectations of our investors, customers and communities.
Every day we strive to deliver exceptional results to achieve our vision to be the most respected property company in Australia. We do this by empowering our people to take initiative and create solutions. We believe our commitment to invest in you is what strengthens the core of our business and keeps us sustainable, focused and passionate about shaping the future of property in Australia.
GPT was awarded WGEA Employer of Choice 2020 and has a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Application and Selection Process
Applicants must provide a written statement in support of their application indicating how they believe the scholarship will assist them with their studies and in their future career. This statement should give a sufficient explanation of the applicant's background and current circumstances to enable the University to judge their eligibility, need and merit.
Successful applicants will be selected based on their written application, academic potential, their ability to meet the criteria and, where appropriate, performance in an interview before a selection panel.