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Navitas family bursaries

Value

The bursary is equivalent to 10% of the tuition fee for up to 8 units of study within one program only with a Navitas member institution. The bursary does not apply to additional units or repeat units that may also be undertaken and excludes mixed English options.

Eligibility

  • Family Bursary applies where two or more students from the same family study at a Navitas institution.
  • The first family member can be studying at a Navitas institution at the same time as the other family members or may have studied at any Navitas institution previously.
  • The family bursary is granted to the second and subsequent family members who study at a Navitas institution.
  • Not have previously received a Navitas scholarship or bursary, or had a scholarship or bursary from Navitas withdrawn.

Definitions

For the purpose of this bursary, a family member is defined as a husband, wife, brother, sister, mother, father, son, daughter or stepchild.

Conditions

  • Successful recipients will not receive any money from the Navitas member institution. The value of the bursary will be recorded on the student's account each semester of study.
  • The bursary does not apply to additional units or repeat units that may also be undertaken.
  • Navitas bursary is not applicable to English language program or any component of any English language program offered by Navitas member institutions.

Navitas member institutions

The Navitas bursary applies to students studying at BCUIC, Curtin College, Curtin Singapore, CRIC, Deakin College, EIBT, EIC, Eynesbury, FIC, Griffith College, HIC, ICM, ICP, ICRGU, ICWS, La Trobe Melbourne, La Trobe University Sydney Campus, LBIC, NIC, PUIC, PIBT, SAIBT, SIBT, Navitas at FAU, Navitas at UMass Boston, Navitas at UMass Dartmouth, Navitas at UMass Lowell, Navitas at UNH, UC College, UCIC, UNIC, Western Sydney University International College, and Western Sydney University – Sydney City Campus.

 

Application instructions

A completed application must be submitted to the Navitas institution together with supporting documents, such as birth certificate, or family card. Application form can be obtained from the Navitas institution where the student has enrolled.

Navitas academic merit scholarship

ICM is committed to helping you achieve your career goals by offering scholarships to outstanding students. Each semester, ICM awards two students with academic merit scholarships.

Value

The scholarship award is equivalent to one academic semester’s fees (up to five academic subjects). Any additional costs, including travel or material such as books or equipment required as part of the program will be recipient's responsibility.

Eligibility

Applicants must:

  • Be currently studying full-time;
  • Have achieved competencies in all courses across their current program (for which the scholarship is applied for) in the semester prior to being eligible for the scholarship;
  • Not have any outstanding fees on their student account;
  • Not have previously received a Navitas scholarship or bursary, or had a scholarship or bursary from Navitas withdrawn.

Conditions

  • The scholarship applies to the second semester of enrollment only or the final semester of study for an undergraduate/postgraduate program. Students are liable to pay for any additional courses / subjects undertaken.
  • Successful recipients will not receive any money from the Navitas member institution. The value of the scholarship will be recorded on the student's account during their second semester of study or their final semester of study for an undergraduate/postgraduate program.
  • Scholarship recipients must maintain satisfactory academic progress through their second semester of study or final semester of study for undergraduate/postgraduate programs to retain their scholarship.
  • Scholarships are not transferable to other students or Navitas member institutes in any circumstances.
  • Navitas member institutions reserves the right not to award all or some of the scholarships in a given year.
  • Scholarships cannot be backdated.

Selection Criteria

Selection will be based on:

  • Academic results (GPA) from their previous semester of study. Should two students have identical academic results, the scholarship panel will refer back to marks awarded within each subjects/course to ascertain the scholarship recipient.
  • Additional factors such as educational disadvantage, member of specific equity group and/or significantly adverse personal circumstances may be taken into account where the scholarship panel must differentiate between equally qualified applicants.
  • Outcome of scheduled interview (if required)

Notification of results

The scholarship panel will announce the recipients of the Navitas academic merit scholarship upon the completion of each semester and the release of the results. The recipients will be notified by mail and the successful students posted on the college/campus website.

Application instructions

Students are not required to apply for the scholarship as it is awarded based on academic performance and ALL students are eligible.

All terms and conditions are correct as at 2 July 2016 and subject to change without notice or at the discretion of the Navitas member institute or Navitas Ltd.

Susan Deane Memorial Scholarship

The Susan Deane Memorial Scholarship program was established in honour of ICM’s first College Director and Principal, Susan Deane, and her significant contributions to both Navitas in Canada and the education sector more broadly in Manitoba.

Value

One scholarship will be awarded each term. The value of each scholarship during 2015/16 is C$5,500 and in future years will be adjusted for changes in tuition fees.

Eligibility

Applicants must:

  • Have successfully completed the University Transfer Program Stage II in that term, and transferred to or be planning to transfer to the University of Manitoba at the time of award;

  • Have made a significant contribution to the ICM community, evidence of which is to be the subject of an essay not longer than 750 words to be submitted along with the application;

  • Be in academic good standing at the time of the award;

  • Have no outstanding tuition or fees with ICM;

  • Provide three reference letters from ICM staff, U of M academic staff, and other people attesting to the applicant’s achievements.

Selection criteria

The student is chosen by a selection committee based on cumulative GPA as well as their contributions to ICM and the community.

Selection

The Scholarship Selection Committee is made up of the Executive General Manager, Navitas North America; College Director and Principal, ICM; Director, International Education Branch, Manitoba Education and Advanced Learning, or a similar third party nominee; and Lawrie Deane, or another member of Susan Deane’s family. Committee members will review the applications and essays, and meet once each term to interview applicants and award the scholarship.

Notification of results

The scholarship panel will announce the recipient of the Susan Deane Memorial Scholarship upon the completion of each term and the release of the results. The recipients will be notified by mail and the successful students posted on the college website.

Application instructions

Students must submit:

  • Completed Application Form

  • Student’s curriculum vitae

  • Three letters of support (e.g., from ICM staff, U of M academic staff, other people attesting to applicant's achievements). A minimum of one letter should originate from ICM.

  • Academic transcript of student

All documentation must be received by the College Director by the deadline date established for each competition. If the deadline falls on a weekend or a holiday, it will be the next business day.