SORRENTO resident Kira Molloy is one of six Curtin University students selected for a scholarship that aims to develop knowledge of the IndoPacific region. Ms Molloy is an honours student studying a Bachelor of Advanced Science and majoring in computing. She was selected for a 2019 New Colombo Plan scholarship. It will enable her to live and work in Singapore while studying at the National University of Singapore. “This scholarship provides exciting opportunities for the students to expand their knowledge of the Indo-Pacific region, study at specialist institutions and develop their networks within their field of study,” vice-chancellor Deborah Terry said.
Kira Molloy with Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade secretary Frances Adamson.