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FedUni and IBM announce 21 scholarships supporting regional students
Federation University Australia and IBM have announced the recipients of IBM’s annual IT scholarship program. Twenty-one selected students commencing their second year of study for a Bachelor of Information Technology degree at the university will receive a $35,000 individual scholarship. The scholarship supports students who are studying in-demand skills needed for Australia’s digital future such as artificial intelligence, cloud, high performance computing and cyber-security. The partnership with FedUni and IBM will help to ensure that Australian students are job-market ready, and have the necessary skills to meet the fast growing demand for what IBM terms ‘new collar jobs’.
“The University treasures its relationship with IBM, which dates back to 1994. We thank IBM for facilitating this scholarship program and for their long-standing support of our students since 2001. Awarding these scholarships confirms IBM’s genuine commitment in creating jobs which will be highly sought after in Australia’s digital future.” Professor Helen Bartlett, Vice-Chancellor, said.
"My chosen course will provide me with the skills to work effectively with a number of qualified certified practising accountants and chartered accountants currently in Timor-Leste."
“I started out by attending the FAST program and it was there that the staff encouraged me to continue with my studies and to reach my full potential”
"At FedUni, staff have always been helpful and the small classroom sizes provide a more personal education. I’d like to work in the IT industry to gain enough experience until I can my own business and FedUni will help me get there."