About the Cochlear Graeme Clark Scholarship Australia & New Zealand
The Graeme Clark Scholarship is a unique award established to help recipients of Cochlear hearing solutions to further themselves by undertaking university studies.
The Scholarship consists of financial assistance towards a degree at an accredited university and is paid in annual instalments on the successful completion of each year of study for a period of up to three years. It is available to Cochlear Implant and Cochlear Baha Bone Conduction Implant recipients who have been accepted into a university course or who are currently studying at university. This includes mature age students.
The Scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic achievement and a demonstrated commitment to the Cochlear ideals of leadership and humanity. The Australia and New Zealand Cochlear Scholarship honours Professor Graeme Clark, the inventor and pioneer of the multi-channel cochlear implant.
About Cochlear Limited
Cochlear is the global leader in implantable hearing solutions. The company has a global workforce of 2,800 people and invests more than AUS$100 million a year in research and development. Products include hearing systems for cochlear, bone conduction and acoustic implants. Over 450,000 people of all ages, across more than 100 countries, now hear because of Cochlear.