Applications open for Therese D’Orsa Mission Education Bursaries

Jun 4, 2024

Applications are now open for the Therese D’Orsa Mission Education Bursaries.

These new bursaries, administered by YTU, have been created to fund studies at YTU and CTC. They are named the Therese D’Orsa Mission Education Bursaries in recognition of Professor Therese D’Orsa’s leadership in the fields of education and missiology, as well as her contribution to the Church. The bursaries are a gift from her estate.

The criteria are on the attached form and include those who hold the role of Director of Mission or the equivalent in a Catholic school.

Applications for Semester 2 2024 close Monday 15 July. Please complete the attached bursary application form and research grants form and email it to Rev. Associate Professor Michael A. Kelly at 

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Research Grant Application Form for Therese D’Orsa Mission Education Bursaries

Coursework Students Application Form for Therese D’Orsa Mission Education Bursaries

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