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2013 Stockland Scholarship Winners

Each year, Stockland offers scholarships to high performing property undergraduates from a selection of Australian universities. With only five universities included in the Stockland partnership, Bond University secured two 2013 scholarships for property students.

The Ervin Graf Scholarship was created in 2003 in honour of the late Ervin Graf, founder of Stockland in 1952. The program continues to attract the highest calibre students across Australia.

Professor George Earl, Director of the Institute of Sustainable Development and Architecture congratulated the students on their achievements. “

Both Martin Hume and Angelos Stramarcos are commendable winners of the scholarships and during their work experience with Stockland next year, they will gain a valuable insight into the day to day operations of the organisation.” he said.

Successful recipients have the opportunity to gain insight into the day-to-day operation of the property investment and development industry. The program is designed to ensure our scholars have the flexibility to work around their study.

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