The Australian National Museum of Education Prize for Heritage, Museums and Conservation (The ANME Prize) is awarded to a graduating student with an outstanding academic achievement and who has demonstrated a significant contribution or involvement in the work of the ANME
The prize-winner will be currently undertaking studies in the Bachelor of Heritage, Museums and Conservation or a Major in this course at the University of Canberra who has demonstrated their expertise in assisting the ANME with its programs and work. The prize will be awarded each calendar year with the announcement at graduation. Applications will be judged by a committee of the ANME Board chaired by a University of Canberra academic.
Download the ANME PRIZE 2016 Application and Guidelines