Applicants must: apply through VTAC; be new enrolling undergraduate students; be Australian citizens or permanent residents; have completed their VCE or interstate equivalent in the year they are applying for the scholarship; achieve an ATAR of at least 95.00; and meet the specific pre-requisites for their chosen course.
Applicants must be undergraduate students in the final or penultimate year of their undergraduate, honours or master degree at an Australian or New Zealand university. Applications from students outside of Australia and New Zealand with exceptional scholastic records may also be considered.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be enrolled in the final year the undergraduate business degree; and demonstrate financial need and sound academic ability.
Applicants must have completed 4 years of tertiary education with first class Honours or equivalent results. In order to receive the scholarship, applicants must be accepted in the relevant research program. Candidates cannot: previously have held a Postgraduate Research Scholarship (some exceptions may apply); be in receipt of an equivalent award (greater than 75 per cent of the base stipend); or, have completed a degree at the same level as that proposed. Tenure is dependent on satisfactory progress, and continued enrolment.
Applicants must: be domestic students; achieve a high ATAR, or if a direct applicant, be able to demonstrate an exceptional academic record in any non-Year 12 studies; be made an offer and enrol in an undergraduate single or double degree course commencing in Semester 1.
pplicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be commencing full-time in an undergraduate business degree in Semester 1, 2015; demonstrate financial need; and possess sound academic ability, indicating a strong potential to complete the degree course.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens, permanent residents or holders of a humanitarian visa; have a passion for an aviation career; commence full-time study in an aviation degree in Semester 1, 2015; have completed Year 12 in 2014 (or 2013, and have taken a gap year in 2014); have a minimum ATAR score of 85.00; and be able to demonstrate financial need.
Applicants must: achieve outstanding academic results; submit a statement of 500 words on the significance of the life of Sir Edward Weary Dunlop in respect of community service; and provide evidence of current involvement in community affairs which must have been continuous for a period of at least 2 years. Community service could include: local government sponsored voluntary activity; work for a recognised charitable organisation; service with youth community organisations such as Scouts, Girl Guides, etc.; service through community sponsored sporting activities; and community service through such schemes as the Duke of Edinburgh Award.
Applicants must: be domestic students; achieve an ATAR over 85, or if a direct applicant, be able to demonstrate an exceptional academic record in any non-Year 12 studies; and be made an offer and enrol in a STEM eligible course for Semester 1.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens; be accepted into a full-time undergraduate degree at Swinburne, with preference given to Year 12 school leavers; be commencing study in Semester 1, 2015; have relocated from a rural or regional area in order to study at Swinburne; demonstrate financial need and commitment to their studies; and demonstrate qualities of leadership and/or community participation.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens or permanent residents; be commencing full-time in an undergraduate business single or double degree in Semester 1, 2015; demonstrate financial need; possess sound academic ability indicating a strong potential to complete the degree course within minimum time; and provide evidence of community service and demonstrate leadership skills.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens, permanent residents or holders of a humanitarian visa; be commencing a full-time undergraduate degree in Semester 1, 2015; have completed a VET qualification in 2014 as a pathway to an undergraduate degree; be able to demonstrate financial need; and be able to demonstrate social disadvantage.