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University of Wollongong, Australia, invites applications for its prestigious annual UOW Bradman Foundation cricket and education scholarship. Now in its fourth year, the international scholarship encourages young Indian students to further their education at the University of Wollongong (UOW) while indulging their passion for cricket.

Hyderabad: University of Wollongong, Australia, invites applications for its prestigious annual UOW Bradman Foundation cricket and education scholarship. Now in its fourth year, the international scholarship encourages young Indian students to further their education at the University of Wollongong (UOW) while indulging their passion for cricket.

Scholarship recipients have benefited greatly from the opportunity, gaining financial assistance to access high quality education opportunities at UOW while also being able to play cricket at a high standard, particularly with UOW’s own cricket team.

The Bradman Foundation Scholarship is offered to one undergraduate or postgraduate student – male and female - each year, for the duration of the recipients’ study program, providing a 50 per cent waiver of tuition fees.

UOW Vice-Chancellor Professor Paul Wellings, CBE, said the scholarship is aimed at students who reflect the ideals of the great Australian cricketer, Sir Donald Bradman.

“What we are looking for is an all-rounder, someone who is willing to participate in social activities, be an active member of the UOW and Bradman Foundation Cricket Clubs, and who meets the academic requirements,” Professor Wellings said.

“It’s really important that we find someone who has a blend of academic, personal and social skills as well as a high level of cricket skills.”Applications for the 2017 UOW Bradman Foundation Scholarship close on 30 September.

Applicants must actively participate in the game of cricket and hold an unconditional offer to study at UOW. The successful candidate will be announced during Professor Welling’s visit to India in November.

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