John Holland Building Scholarship for Women in Construction Management
$10,000 per year for one year
New students; Continuing students who have completed 160 credit points (entering the third year of study) in any degree outlined below.
Bachelor of Construction Management or Building Design Management
- be Australian citizens, permanent residents, or permanent humanitarian visa holders
- identify as female.
- be commencing study or entering their third year (full-time) in the Bachelor of Construction Management or Building Design Management with a minimum GPA of 5.0.
John Holland Group
John Holland is up for the challenge of transforming lives. From humble beginnings 70 years ago, John Holland has been driving positive change in Australia, and is now one of the nation’s leading integrated infrastructure and property companies. From Parliament House to the Alice to Darwin Rail Link, from the MCG’s Great Southern Stand to Sydney Metro, we’ve had a hand in the Australia we all know today. We work in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia, offering services from infrastructure and property development to rail and building and are currently involved in delivering many of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects, as well as significant property and urban renewal projects.
Whatever we face, at the heart of what we do is creating people-centred solutions to complex challenges and opportunities. We think deeply about what we do and how it affects communities. We push boundaries and innovate, gain trust through our actions and whatever the project, we’re in it for the long, long term.
Application and Selection Process
Applicants must provide a statement in support of their application indicating how they believe the receipt of 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.