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Fogarty Foundation Scholarships

The Fogarty Foundation in conjunction with ECU offers a number of full and half scholarships for qualified teachers to undertake a Graduate Certificate of Education, specialising in Learning Difficulties. The course is designed to address the need for classroom teachers, specialist teachers and educational leaders to upgrade their skills and qualifications to meet the needs of students who find literacy and numeracy difficult.

The Graduate Certificate, which requires four units of study, articulates into the Masters of Education course. Successful graduates of the Graduate Certificate of Education (Learning Difficulties) may apply for a half scholarship to complete the Masters of Education (specialising in Learning Difficulties) course. The scholarships provide funding for unit fees.

Application opening date: 6 October 2014
Application closing date: 6 February 2015
Method of application: Application form will be available to download from this web page between application opening and closing dates


Payments

Amount: up to $1600 per unit of study
Frequency: Each semester for one year
Method: Fee credit


Eligibility requirements

Eligibility criteria:

  • Academic merit
  • Be teaching, working or studying in the WA education system
  • Meet the course admission requirements
  • Enrol in eligible course: H08, N47, L47, L46 or J44

Nationality:

  • Australian citizen
  • Australian permanent resident visa

Level of study:

  • Postgraduate Certificate or Masters by Coursework

Year of study:

  • Any

Faculty:

  • Education and Arts

Course:

  • Graduate Certificate in Learning Difficulties (H84)
  • Masters of Education by Coursework (H08)

Study mode:

  • Any

Selection:

  • A commitment to working with children who have literacy and/or numeracy difficulties
  • A demonstrated high-level of competence in classroom teaching and/or supporting teachers working with students with learning difficulties
  • Effective interpersonal skills and an ability to communicate effectively with colleagues and parents

More information:

Contact the Scholarships Office

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