Bundaberg students off to a flying start thanks to VC scholarship
Published on 29 February, 2012
Two Bundaberg students are off to a flying start with their studies at CQUniversity, thanks to a 2012 Vice-Chancellor's Academic Excellence Scholarship which covers half of their tuition costs for the duration of their degree.
Recipient Aiden Sibley gained an OP2 after studying through the Brisbane School of Distance Education and Kepnock High. He'll put his scholarship to good use while studying towards a Bachelor of Information Technology degree.
The other recipient, Carissa Miller, also gained an OP2 through her studies at Shalom College. She's enrolled in a Bachelor of Nursing degree.