Amy’s stellar scholarship just reward
ONE of Coffs Harbour's most quick-witted and stellarly studious young women has been chosen as one of ten recipients of Bond University's Vice Chancellor's scholarship.
John Paul College 2013 dux Amy Hiscox was chosen for her academic record as well as being two-time winner of the University's Regional Mooting Competition and Bond Outstanding Advocacy Grand Final Award.
"My experience at Bond during the mooting competitions was amazing. There is a real community feel at the campus and I loved being in that environment," Amy said.
"The pride and respect for the college is obvious in all aspects of the university and it is an honour to be part of that."
Amy will study Law and International relations and hopes to take part in international mooting competitions.
"The leadership opportunities at Bond are really exciting. In my second and third years I'm hoping to join the Law Students Association committee and my ultimate goal is to participate in an international moot," she said.
"After graduating, I want to pursue a career in International Law.
"I hope to travel overseas on internships and eventually work for the United Nations on human rights cases."