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Applications for the 2018 Rhodes Scholarship are now closed and will open again in July, 2018.
Rhodes Scholarships provide opportunities for outstanding all-round students to study at the University of Oxford.
Scholars are selected on the basis of their exceptional intellect, character, leadership and commitment to service.
Each year nine Australian Rhodes Scholars are chosen: one for each state, and another three from anywhere in the country (these are known as 'Australia-at-Large Scholarships'). These Scholars join a community of nearly 8,000 Rhodes Scholars worldwide and are part of a tradition in Australia that started in 1903.
QUT administers the Queensland Rhodes Scholarship. The State Secretary for Queensland is Professor Ben White. The State Administrator for Queensland is Kathleen O'Hare.
A Rhodes Scholarship supports you in full-time study at the University of Oxford. You can choose from a wide variety of courses.
The Scholarship is usually awarded for two years, but may be extended to three for some degrees. It funds:
You will also have the opportunity to participate in the life of the Rhodes community in Oxford and attend:
To be eligible to apply in 2018 for a 2019 Rhodes Scholarship, you must:
You cannot apply if you have applied for a Rhodes Scholarship two or more times before.
Apart from first-class honours, there is no particular list of academic qualifications or personal or professional achievements that you need to be a Rhodes Scholar.
The selection panel are looking for applicants who can demonstrate:
The panel are guided by the terms of Cecil Rhodes's will, which established the Scholarships in 1902.
Read Should I apply for an Australian Rhodes Scholarship? for advice on how to make sure you consider all aspects of your talents, achievements and interests that might be relevant to the selection criteria.
Applications open on 1 July and close on 14 September 2017.
You should apply in the state where you completed or will complete your highest degree, or where you attended secondary school for at least two years.
For full eligibility and application requirements, read the information for Australian applicants.
You must submit an application addressing the selection criteria, and include your academic records, CV (curriculum vitae) and proposed course of study at Oxford. You also need to nominate six referees.
The Queensland selection panel will assess all valid applications and will meet in October to shortlist candidates for interview.
After the interviews, the panel will elect the Queensland Rhodes Scholar.
If the panel considers the second- and third-ranked applicants to be of sufficient merit, it will nominate them for interview in the Australia-at-Large Scholarship selection process. These interviews are usually conducted in Canberra in late November or early December.
The Queensland selection panel is chaired by the Governor of Queensland. It has six other members, who serve on the panel for four years.
Fri 12 May 2017, 11am-12pm
University of Queensland
St Lucia Building 33
Thu 13 July 2017, 12pm-1pm
Nathan campus N54, Room 2.06
Gold Coast campus via videolink G11, Learning Commons Room 4.01
Mon 24 July 2017, 1pm-2pm
Queensland University of Technology
Gardens Point Gibson RoomZ Block
A designated regional information session will be delivered by video-conferencing at these Central Queensland University campuses on Friday 21 July 2017 from 1pm-2pm:
If you have questions about the Scholarship or the application process, you can email the Rhodes Scholarships Queensland representatives or contact the Network Advisor at your university:
Contact us if you have questions about the Queensland Rhodes Scholarship.