Remember Education in your will.
Professor John Smyth, first Professor of Education at the University, is one of many who have made a meaningful contribution to Education through a bequest.
Every gift - large or small - has the potential to transform the lives of future generations and many of the bequests received by Education continue to provide valuable support long after they were received.
Speak with us about remembering Education in your will
If you are considering remembering Education in your will, or have already done so, we invite you to contact us to discuss your plans.
We would be delighted to thank you personally, provide guidance and discuss your intentions to ensure that your gift can have an enduring impact in a way that is meaningful to you.
Visit Gifts in Wills for more information, or contact:
Melbourne Graduate School of Education
(+61 3) 9035 5781
Valuing education honouring the profession to which I belong believing in the uplifting power of the school in modern society believing that the teacher should be better trained and that the school will do more for the individual and the state when he is better trained and knowing the benefits of study in other lands, I hereby direct my said Trustees to Found a Travelling Scholarship for Teachers