Each year, Stockland offers scholarships to high-performing property undergraduates from a selection of Australian universities.
The Ervin Graf Scholarship was created in 2003 in honour of the late Ervin Graf, founder of Stockland in 1952. The program continues to attract the highest calibre students across Australia.
Students need to undertake fulltime study during their scholarship year and achieve a minimum average mark of 70 across all subjects.
Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents and be available to participate in paid work experience during the scholarship year.
In addition, RMIT University applies its own eligibility criteria to applicants.
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Paid casual work experience commences in early February of the following year.
Applications for the scholarship are required to be submitted directly to the university. Applications should include a resume, a copy of academic record, as well as a statement of career ambitions and personal aspirations.
A shortlist of applications is provided to Stockland and those students are contacted for an interview. Interviews, involving Stockland and University representatives, take place in August each year.
The scholarship consists of a monetary prize, currently $12,000 paid in fortnightly instalments as well as one year casual paid work experience with Stockland across a range of their businesses. Recipients work a minimum of one day a week through semester and up to full-time during semester breaks.
Upon completion of the scholarship recipients may be offered full-time permanent employment with Stockland, however, this is not a condition of the scholarship.