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Environmental bursary on offer to tertiary students

By James Brown

Students living in property in Morayfield and other parts of the Moreton Bay region are being invited to apply for a special bursary – providing they meet the right criteria.

The $2,000 Don Perrin Environmental Bursary is available to anyone in tertiary education who has a particular interest in the environment. 

They must be in their first year of study and be working towards an environment-related degree. The money should be put towards accommodation, course fees or materials.

Applications need to be submitted by 1 May and must be completed on the Moreton Bay Regional Council website. You'll need to state your career ambitions and how the funding would help achieve your goals.

"Whether you're studying environmental management, marine science, environmental education or any other environmental degree – this is your opportunity to gain some financial assistance and pursue your passion," said mayor Allan Sutherland.

Thinking of relocating to the region?

The Moreton Bay region has a wealth of top educational facilities, which is why many people choose to call it home.

For help moving to the area, make sure you speak to a real estate agent in Burpengary, who can help narrow down your options and find you a property that ticks all the right boxes.

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