Brian Norton Community Leadership Scholarship
Monash Leaders Scholarship
The Brain Norton Community Leadership Scholarship will support a talented
second year Engineering student, participating as an Access Monash Mentor at
Monash University. Generously supported by Dr King Gan, this scholarship
celebrates the achievements and contributions of Brian Norton, both a
pragmatic engineer and a significant figure in the community through his deep
commitment to the Rotary Club of Glen Waverley.
Am I eligible?
You must be one of the following:
An Australian citizen
A New Zealand citizen
Australian permanent resident
Australian humanitarian visa holder
You must meet the following criteria:
Current student enrolled in your second year in an undergraduate degree in
the Faculty of Engineering at a Monash campus in Australia.
Selected to be an Access Monash Mentor.
From a low-income background.
$6000 per annum (48 credit points of study) for up to three years.
An invitation to meet the donor and to present at the Glen Waverley Rotary
One scholarship will be offered.
This scholarship is awarded based on need and leadership potential.
To retain this scholarship:
You must participate as an Access Monash Mentor
You will be asked to provide a progress report to the donor as requested
by Donor Relations
How to apply
You must apply to become an Access Monash Mentor.
Application period for Access Monash Mentoring: 2 August to 22 October
For current Monash students, apply directly to Monash.
This scholarship cannot be deferred.
Every scholarship may have a different application process – or none at all.
Read the application details carefully and submit your application by the
deadline. For more details, visit our scholarships application page.
Apply direct to Monash