- Applications close
- 3 March 2019
What you'll receive
- a scholarship valued at $30,000 paid as a study stipend of $5,000 per semester over the final three years of your undergraduate study.
To be eligible for this scholarship, you must:
- have a GPA (Grade Point Average) 5.5 or higher
- entering second year of Bachelor of Design (Interior Design)
- an Australian or New Zealand citizen or a permanent resident.
How to apply
To apply for this scholarship, you will need to ..
- Complete this scholarship application form (DOCX file, 31.9 KB).
- Attach your supporting documents consisting of:
- your CV
- portfolio and statement of achievements in the interior design discipline
- proposal outlining how you will use the scholarship to enhance your interior design skills and enable your transition into professional practice
- statement of how you meet the selection criteria could include:
- academic merit
- ability to contribute and excel in the field of interior design and become commercially desirable
- commitment and passion to improving the future of interior design;
- innate style
- project delivery
- commercial awareness
- personal qualities ie. relationship and listening skills, collaboration, integrity, energetic, hands on approach.
In addition, consideration may be given to financial or social disadvantage facing an applicant.
What happens next?
A selection panel will convene to assess and shortlist applications. The panel will consist of:
- Head of School or their nominee
- a representative of the professional body or association
- the donor or their nominee.
Shortlisted applicants will be interviewed by the panel.
To retain your scholarship, you must maintain a GPA (Grade Point Average) of 5.5 or higher and continue in full-time enrolment.
About the scholarship
The Jane Pitman Interior Design Scholarships was established to provide scholarship opportunities for exceptionally talented and committed interior design students.
The Scholarship is an initiative of Mr Dennis Pitman in memory of his late wife and gifted interior designer, Jane Pitman.
Jane wanted to leave a lasting legacy so that others may enjoy the passion that she had for the design industry. This scholarship, in her name, provides the opportunities for aspiring, creative students to realise their goals and excel in the field of interior design, and in life.