Frank Finn Scholarships
More talented business, commerce and finance students are empowered to reach their potential and achieve their
ambitions through a UQ education, setting them up for a brighter future.
In 2021, the Frank Finn Scholarships were awarded to eight students at UQ, including final year Bachelor of Commerce student India
India says your support lifted a significant financial burden from her shoulders – particularly during a difficult year with COVID-19 –
providing her with the security to focus on her passion for numbers and business through her studies at UQ.
“I wish to send a heartfelt thank you to the donors of this award,” India said.
“To me, this award meant freedom: freedom to study and work towards my goals completely free of the stress of balancing full-time
work, living interstate and reduced working hours from COVID-19.
“Overall, your support provided me with a buffer zone to be able to really concentrate on my studies in my final semester without
added financial stress. This enabled me to achieve multiple Dean Honours Awards and a GPA of 7.00, as well as giving me ample time
to pursue being treasurer of UQ Ladies in Technology. Because of this, I was able to obtain an internship with Ernst & Young and was
then offered a graduate job in their consulting division, beginning in 2022.
“Once again, I wish to extend my greatest thanks to donors of this award. It has made a huge impact in my life.”
Thank you for your generous support. For students experiencing the vulnerabilities of financial hardship, scholarships like this offer a
huge relief in ensuring they can make the most of their time at university. As India shared, your gift has had a profound impact in her
life, and she is forever grateful for your support.
Thank you for creating a change reaction in 2021. With your gift, you invest in the dreams and talent of the next generation.