Scholarships to support study in Protected Area Management


Protected Areas Collaboration for Learning and Research (PAC)


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Scholarship applications are now open

The Protected Areas Collaboration for Learning and Research (PAC) is excited to announce that our October 2020 Scholarships are open for application. Applications must be received by midnight AEST 11 November 2020.

PAC scholarships support students and emerging leaders who have a career ambition to advance the protection, sound governance and effective management of natural and cultural heritage protection, stewardship and conservation management.

Scholarships range from $2,000 to $5,000 and support students to complete a range of short courses, Graduate Certificate and Masters courses, all of which specifically address selected competences from the IUCN ‘A Global Register of Competences for Protected Area Practitioners’.

To date PAC has supported dozens of students and practitioners from across the globe to undertake study and professional development courses.

PAC would like to thank our partner organisations which provide the courses: The Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute, The University of the South Pacific, Charles Darwin University, Murdoch University, University of Tasmania, Charles Sturt University and Conservation Management Pty Ltd.

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