HIGH ACHIEVER: New University of Southern Queensland student Taylah Berry accepts her School Partners Program Scholarship.
HIGH ACHIEVER: New University of Southern Queensland student Taylah Berry accepts her School Partners Program Scholarship. Contributed

A partners' scholarship helps along media study

ONE of the University of Southern Queensland's newest students, Taylah Berry, has proudly accepted her School Partners Program Scholarship at USQ Springfield.

It was a significant moment for the 17-year-old as she embraced the next chapter in her life at the 2014 Springfield Scholarship Awards Reception this week.

Miss Berry was helped along her tertiary-education path with the $6000 scholarship and has enrolled in a Bachelor of Applied Media. Miss Berry said she was excited to start at USQ.

"The smaller number of students appeals to me because everyone is treated like a person," she said.

She was endorsed for the scholarship by her secondary school, The Springfield Anglican College.



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