The successful applicant will need to sign a FARE Scholarship Agreement accepting the Terms and Conditions of the scholarship.
Required documentation depends on how the Scholarship will be used, but may include confirmation of enrolment, statement of academic results, and will include a final report. The Scholarship Agreement will clearly specify the requirements from the recipient.
The recipient agrees to advise FARE in advance of any plans to withdraw from or defer their studies. In the event of withdrawal or deferral, the recipient will provide documentary evidence to FARE confirming these changes.
Should a recipient withdraw from their course for any reason, FARE will terminate the Scholarship Agreement.
Should a recipient change to a different course or defer the completion of their studies, FARE will review the circumstances and may elect to terminate the Scholarship Agreement if deemed appropriate.
Recipients may also be asked to pay back the scholarship funds if they do not undertake or complete the agreed program of study.
The recipient must keep comprehensive written records of their activities including:
FARE may use information provided in successful applicants’ application forms or their final reports to promote the Ian Webster Scholarship program. This information may be published in print media and online. FARE may also wish to take photographs of the recipients and use these for media and communications purposes.
Recipients will be invited to participate in FARE functions or events from time to time, and may be required to speak or present at such an event. FARE will keep recipients informed of any upcoming opportunities for professional or leadership development that it may be able to offer.
Recipients must acknowledge the contribution of FARE to their research in any relevant correspondence, public announcement, advertising material, research report or other material produced by or on behalf of the Recipient, as per the Scholarship Agreement.