Category «Scholarship in Queensland University of Technology»

Women in Engineering Scholarship

 Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents or permanent humanitarian visa holders; be female; have completed Year 12 or a gap year in the year prior to award; and be applying for the Bachelor of Engineering or an Engineering double degree course at QUT.

William Alan Moody Learning Potential Fund Science Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents or permanent humanitarian visa holders; be enrolled in or applying for a Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Mathematics, Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Information Technology, Bachelor of Applied Science (current students only) or Bachelor of Applied Science/Bachelor of Mathematics (current students only); and be experiencing financial disadvantage.

Vice-Chancellor’s Elite Athlete Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or permanent residents, holders of a permanent humanitarian visa, or international students who have completed high school in Australia; be graduating Year 12 or have not had more than 2 gap years since graduating high school; have an OP 1 to 5 (or equivalent); be able to demonstrate leadership qualities, community service and extracurricular activities; and be competing representing the state in a national sporting competition or representing Australia in a national or international sporting competition.

Vice-Chancellor’s Creative Industries Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or permanent residents, or holders of a permanent humanitarian visa, or international students that have completed high school in Australia; be graduating Year 12, or have not had more than 2 gap years since graduating high school; and be the highest ranking student in one of the additional entry courses within the Creative Industries faculty.

Vice-Chancellor’s Academic Scholarship

Applicants must: be school leavers or have taken a break (for up to 2 years) from study after Year 12; be domestic or international students who have completed secondary school studies in Australia; be entering university for the first time on the basis of their Year 12 results; and have achieved an OP of 1 or 2 (or interstate equivalent). Some courses require that applicants submit a portfolio and/or attend an audition and/or interview.

Tumour Tissue Engineering Research Scholarship

Applicants must: have a first class or 2A honours degree or equivalent in cell or molecular biology, bioengineering, biotechnology, tissue engineering, biochemistry, applied mathematics or medicine; or a relevant masters degree with a grade point average (GPA) of at least 5 on a 7-point scale, and a significant research component.

Tim Fairfax AC Learning Potential Fund Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or Australian permanent residents; be from a regional or remote area in Queensland or the Northern Territory; come from a low-income background; be experiencing financial hardship; and be enrolled in, or applying for, an undergraduate course. Personal hardship may be taken into account, specifically personal medical conditions, disabilities, and dependants with special needs.

Student Exchange Scholarship (Science and Technology)

Applicants must: be current undergraduate or postgraduate coursework students enrolled in an eligible course; have completed at least 96 credit points in an undergraduate degree, or at least 48 credit points in a postgraduate degree; have at least one semester full-time (or equivalent) still to complete on their return to QUT; have a grade point average (GPA) of at least 5.5 in the current course; and be able to pay travel and living expenses while on exchange.

Student Exchange Scholarship (QUT Business School)

Applicants must: be current undergraduate or postgraduate coursework students enrolled in an eligible course; have at least one semester full-time (or equivalent) still to complete on their return to QUT; have a grade point average (GPA) of at least 5.5 in the current course; and be able to pay travel and living expenses while on exchange.

Science and Engineering Financial Hardship Scholarship

Applicants must: be applying for an undergraduate degree in the Science and Engineering Faculty; come from a low-income background; and be experiencing financial hardship. Personal hardship may also be taken into account, this includes medical conditions, disabilities, and dependants with special needs.