Skip to content


Andrew Inglis Clark Scholarship

This scholarship was founded in memory of the distinguished services in connection with the Federation of Australia, the public life of Tasmania, and the foundation of the University rendered by the late Andrew Inglis Clark.

Andrew Inglis Clark (1848-1907) was an eminent lawyer and politician, serving as Attorney General and as a judge of the Supreme Court of Tasmania. He was a strong advocate of the University, served on its Council and was, for a time, its Vice-Chancellor.



Awarded for the highest point scores in the TCE subjects of English Literature (ENL315114), either Australia in Asia and the Pacific (AAP315116) or Modern History (HSM315115/HSM315117) and not more than one of the subjects of Ancient Civilisations (ANH315117), Economics (ECN315116) and Geography (GGY315120). Candidates must meet the requirements for entry to the University of Tasmania and remain enrolled for the full three years receiving at least pass results in all their subjects.


$500 per year for up to three years