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Title: Scholarship awards
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Language: English
Creator: Dominica. Public Services Commission.
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Scholarship Awards


COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIPS
AUSTRALIAN AWARDS
Applications are invited from suitably quali-
fied persons for Commonwealth Scholarships-
Australian Awards tenable in Australian Universi-
ties in 1970.
2. Eligibility: Applicants must normally be
candidates who are, or who will be graduates
by March, 1970. Applications will also be
considered from persons withont a degree who
wish to take a course of study in Australia.
3. Age Limit: Not exceeding thirty-five (35)
years of age by March 1970, but in exceptional
circumstances older candidates will be con-
sidered.
4. (i) Fields of Study: The Scholarships are
primarily available for postgraduate study
or research but may also be granted for courses
of undergraduate study.
(ii) Priority of consideration will be given
to applicants in the following fields:-
:it) natural sciences with emphasis on:
(i) mathematics and physics:
(ii) botany (or biology), zoology
and chemistry;
(b) arts with emphasis on spanish and
french;
(c) architecture with town planning:
(d) engineering (civil);
(e) specialist qualification in surgery.
5. Obligation to Government: Successful appli-
cants will be required to enter into a bond to
serve the Government of Doninica for a
specified period on completion of their course
of studies.
6. Closing Date: Applications should reach
the Secretary, Public Service Commission not
later than 30th April, 1969.
Further particulars may be obtained from the
Education Division of the Ministry of Education
and Health. Roseau.


PSC 5/5
20th March, 1969.


E. NICHOLLS
Secretary,
Public Service Commission


COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIPS
NEW ZEALAND AWARDS
Applications are invited from suitably qualified
persons for Commonwealth Scholarships New
Zealand Awards tenable in New Zealand Universi-
ties in 1970.
2. Eligibility: Applicants must normally be
candidates who are, or who will be graduates
by March, 1970. Applications will also be
considered from persons without a degree who
wish to take a course of study in New Zealand.
3. Age Limit: Not exceeding thirty-five (35)
years of age by March, 1970, but in exceptional
circumstances older candidates will be con-
sidered.
4. (i) Fields of Study: The Scholarships are
primarily available for postgraduate study or
research but may also be granted for courses
of undergraduate study.
(ii) Priority of consideration will be given
to applicants in the following fields:-
(a) natural sciences with emphasis on:
(i) mathematics and physics;
(ii) botany (or biology), zoology and
chemistry;
(b) arts with emphasis on spanish and
french;
(c) architecture with town planning;
(d) engineering (civil);
(e) specialist qualification in surgery.
5. Obligation to Government: Successful appli-
cants will be required to enter into a bond tc
sere the Government of Dominica for a
specified period on completion of their course
studies.
6. C.'.,': Date: Applications should reach
the Secretary, Public Service Commission not
later than 30th April, 1969.
Further particulars may be obtained from the
Education Division of the Ministry of Educatior
and Health, Roseau.
E. NICHOLLS
Secretary,
Public Service Commnissiol.
File PSC 5/5
20th March, 1969.




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