Eve Landman Scholarship
- 12th Jan 2018
- 4th Mar 2018
- Study level
- Undergraduate; Graduate Coursework
- Bursary; Scholarship
- Enrolment status
- Current student
- Study Area
- Fund source
- Expendable Gift
Eve Susan Weiss was born in Vienna in 1926. Along with her family, she was forced to flee the Nazi occupation of Austria in 1939, arriving in Australia as a 13-year-old refugee with little English. Despite these hardships, she studied hard, excelled at school and went on to study dentistry at the University of Melbourne, graduating in 1948. She received the John Iliffe prize, awarded annually to the top student, at the end of her fourth year. This was a remarkable achievement indeed.
Eve married a fellow refugee, Jascha (John) Landman, in 1952 and practised as a dentist in the early years of her marriage and until her third child was born. In her fifties, she went back to working part-time with an orthodontist.
Eve was intelligent, cultured, generous and loving – and she engendered great loyalty and friendship from everyone who knew her. She was enormously proud of her three children, all graduates of the University of Melbourne. She died in 2016, aged 90, and this scholarship is in her honour – to help students in financial need achieve their ambitions of pursuing careers in oral health and dentistry.
A living allowance paid as a fortnightly stipend totaling $30,000 per year (for full-time enrollment) for the duration of the degree
The scholarship is conditional on the recipient maintaining good academic progress of at least a pass mark in all subjects
Disclaimer: The benefit amount for this award is approximate. It will be confirmed at the time of awarding and determined by the committee according to the terms of the award.
The student must be:
- enrolled and have commenced study in either the Bachelor of Oral Health (841AC) or Doctor of Dental Surgery (MC-DDENSUR) degree
- In demonstrated financial need*
* Eligible students must submit an online Student Financial Assessment form and applications will be assessed and ranked by Scholarships & Bursaries (University Services) using the Student Financial Assessment process
The selection committee will assess applicants for the scholarship based on:
- Financial need (see above – Eligibility)
- Graduate Access Melbourne (GAM) score
- Academic merit, students will be ranked according to the results achieved for the GAMSAT and the GPA achieved in their undergraduate studies, if enrolling in the DDS
- Academic Merit, based on High School ATAR or equivalent
1. Apply for the Doctor of Dental Surgery or Bachelor of Oral Health
2. Apply for all relevant Graduate Access Melbourne (GAM) categories if the description matches your circumstances
3. Complete the Student Financial Assessment form - To be considered, eligible students must submit an online Student Financial Assessment form by the closing date through Melbourne Scholarships
Applications are assessed and ranked by Scholarships & Bursaries (University Services) using the Student Financial Assess process
The successful applicant will be notified by email before the 30th March 2018
Melbourne Dental School firstname.lastname@example.org
The scholarship recipient must maintain good academic progress of at least a pass mark in all subjects