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StuditaliA Prize

Congratulations to the six students who have been successful in winning the 2016 StuditaliA Prize:

  1. Maia Brauner, Brisbane State High School
  2. Ellena Darch, St Andrew's Catholic College, Redlynch Valley (Cairns)
  3. Theodor Delaney, Shalom College (Bundaberg) and Cairns School of Distance Education
  4. Sally Marquis-Kyle, Brisbane State High School
  5. Amelia McCormick, Stanthorpe State High School
  6. Mariana Nunez, Kelvin Grove State College.

The StuditaliA Prize was established in 1994 to encourage and promote excellence in Italian language studies in schools across Queensland and reward the achievement of Year 12 students of Italian.

The Queensland Department of Education and Training is proud to partner with the Italian Government, represented by the Consulate of Italy in Brisbane, and the Italian community to support such an initiative where governments, universities, industry and the community can work together in supporting the Italian language.

The StuditaliA Prize for Year 12 students of Italian offers winners a four week immersion experience to study and live in Italy.

Watch the video created by the 2015 StuditaliA Prize winners!

Thank you to the 2016 StuditaliA Prize donors:

DA (Brisbane)


Italian Learning Centre

Fogolar Furlan Brisbane

Queensland Catholic Education Commission

Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland

The number of prizes awarded in any one year depends on the donations received and the number and quality of the applications received from students.

Each prize consists of:

Applications for 2017 will open in February 2017.

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