Category: Scholarship in University Adelaide

Zonta Club of Adelaide Honours Scholarship

Applicants must: be female; be Australian citizens or permanent residents; normally reside in South Australia; and be undertaking a program of study in the Faculties of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, Health Sciences or Sciences at the University of Adelaide. Applicants should be in the honours year (or final year of a Bachelor of Engineering) and undertaking study on a full-time basis. Selection is based on academic merit (based on prior higher education study).
 Target Group:  Women and men in a non-traditional field of study

Wyndham Richardson Tertiary Student Care Trust Scholarship

 Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be undertaking a program of study on a full time basis in a Commonwealth Supported place; be able to demonstrate financial need; and be able to demonstrate that they normally reside outside metropolitan Adelaide or any other major Australian city, or in the Adelaide metropolitan area but studying and residing at locations remote from their normal place of abode and they are residing in a residential college affiliated with the University of Adelaide or in rental accommodation. In certain circumstances, other students who are able to demonstrate that they are disadvantaged and worthy of special consideration may be considered for this scholarship with the approval of the Chairman of the Trust, including applicants living at home. Selection is based on academic merit and financial need. Students in receipt of the Commonwealth Accommodation Scholarship (CAS) or Relocation Scholarship are not eligible to apply.

William Donnithorne Award

 Applicants must demonstrate financial need. Medicine students must have completed at least 1 full year of the MBBS, and law students must have completed at least 2 years of tertiary study, including a minimum of 8 points of law subjects. Applicants may reapply for scholarships in subsequent years. No preference will be granted to continuing students who have held a scholarship in the previous year.

University of Adelaide Principals’ Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; qualify for their year 12 certificate at a nominated school; have applied through SATAC for admission to a Commonwealth Supported Place in an undergraduate bachelor degree program at the University of Adelaide; be eligible to receive an offer of a place in that program; be commencing post secondary studies for the first time; and obtain an ATAR of 80 or greater, after the addition of the university’s Fairway Bonus (if applicable). The award of a scholarship is subject to the student’s admission to an undergraduate bachelor program, confirmatio