Master of Energy Change at ANU: Union Fenosa Wind Australia Award
New students in the Master of Energy Change program are now eligible for the $5,000 Union Fenosa Wind Australia Award.
Union Fenosa Wind Australia is the Australian renewable development arm of Gas Natural Fenosa, a large multinational utility based in Spain. It has a portfolio of wind projects under development totaling over 1,000 MW’s across NSW and Victoria.
The Union Fenosa Wind Australia Award is available to domestic and international students who are undertaking a Master of Energy Change program offered by the College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences, ANU. The Award is highly competitive and is based on academic merit.
The Award shall be available to an applicant who:
– Has received an offer of admission into the Master of Energy Change in 2014,
– Will commence the Master of Energy Change program for the first time,
– Is not a recipient of a Commonwealth Supported Place.
HOW TO APPLY
Eligible students can download and complete the application form from ANU website and send to email@example.com by 5pm, 30th of May 2014.