Category «Scholarship in Macquarie University»

Unisys Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be female students undertaking the Master of Business Administration; and have achieved or demonstrated previous professional experience in the IT Services industry, or have demonstrated a commitment to a career in the industry. Selection is based on potential, and leadership and integrity as a role model for women.

PACE Scholarship

The scholarship is open to current school leavers with a minimum ATAR of 93 who have received an offer to a course at Macquarie University in the UAC Early or Main Round of Offers. Non-current school leavers could be eligible based on the admissions rank or if they have received an offer to the University through the Mature Age Jubilee Admissions Scheme. Applicants must provide a letter of support from someone who is familiar with their history of practical community engagement. Selection is based on a personal statement. Preference will be given to students who have a history of practical engagement experience with a leadership/service orientation.

Optus Engineering Scholarship

 The scholarship is open to students enrolling in the first year of an engineering degree at Macquarie University. Selection is based on a CV, letter of application and an interview.

MGSM Woolworths Scholarship

Applicants must: be eligible for, or be enrolled in, an appropriate program at MGSM; be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be currently employed in the Australian retail industry; display a commitment to a career in the industry; and demonstrate sufficient academic merit. Consideration will be given to demonstrated capacity to triumph over hardship (e.g. financial disadvantage, sole parent or carer responsibilities, non-English speaking or Indigenous background, long-term medical condition or disability, coming from a rural or remote area). Applicants may be required to attend an interview either in person or by telephone.

MGSM Alumni Scholarship

 Applicants must: have a bachelor degree; gain acceptance to the MGSM MBA program; and be Australian citizens or permanent residents. Consideration will be given to: career achievements; personal achievements; goals and ambitions; community activities; expectations and perceived value of the program to their career; motivation and desire to achieve in a program; scholastic achievements; and leadership roles. Applicants may be required to attend an interview either in person or by telephone.

Mature Age / Non Current School Leaver Scholarship

 Applicants must: be mature-age or non-school leaver students commencing an undergraduate degree at Macquarie University; demonstrate financial need; intend to study full-time internally (unless approved in exceptional circumstances); and demonstrate capacity to triumph over hardship (e.g. financial disadvantage, sole parent or carer responsibilities, non-English speaking or Indigenous background, effects of trauma and/or abuse, long-term medical condition or disability, or coming from a rural or remote area). Consideration may be given to demonstrated community leadership and involvement. Applicants are required to submit a supporting statement.

Macquarie University Sport Scholarship

 Applicants must be commencing or continuing students enrolled in a course at Macquarie University. Continuing students must have maintained at least a 2.0 grade point average. Selection is based on sporting excellence. As a general rule, recipients of the scholarships are athletes competing at a national or state championship level who are recognised by the relevant national sporting body as elite or are members of a national development squad.

Macquarie University Research Excellence Scholarship (MQRES)

Macquarie University assesses applicants for scholarship based primarily on academic merit and research experience. A major prerequisite is eligibility for admission to a Higher Degree program at Macquarie University. Additional information such as competitively awarded prizes, scholarships or other awards, peer-reviewed publications, conference and poster presentations and relevant work or professional experience may also be taken into account. Interested candidates should discuss the availability of funded positions with their proposed supervisor before applying.

Macquarie University Refugee Scholarship

Applicants must: be enrolled in full-time internal study at Macquarie University (part-time enrolment may be accepted in exceptional circumstances); demonstrate financial need; have arrived in Australia with a Commonwealth humanitarian visa or be Australian citizens from a refugee background; demonstrate the capacity to triumph over hardship (e.g. financial disadvantage, sole parent or carer responsibilities, non-English speaking or Indigenous background, effects of trauma and/or abuse, long-term medical condition or disability, coming from rural or remote area); and not have previously undertaken university studies. Preference will be given to demonstrated community leadership and involvement. Applicants are required to submit a personal statement addressing the criteria.

Macquarie University Postgraduate Research Fund (PGRF)

Applicants must be currently enrolled Macquarie University HDR students. Applicants should usually be in the third or later second year of doctoral enrolment or early second year of MPhil enrolment, with significant research results achieved. Selection is based on academic merit and financial need.

Macquarie University Merit Scholarship

Applicants must achieve an ATAR of 98.5+. Selection is based on: academic merit; outstanding character; maturity; common sense; and a capacity to triumph over hardship (e.g. financial disadvantage, sole parent or carer responsibilities, non-English speaking or Indigenous background, effects of trauma and/or abuse, long-term medical condition/disability, or residence in a rural or remote area). Students who have taken a gap year and not undertaken any further study are eligible to apply.