Category «Scholarship in University of Canberra»

W J Weeden Postgraduate Research Scholarship

  Applicants must: have completed a Bachelor degree with First Class Honours, or be regarded by the University as having an equivalent level of attainment; be enrolled or seeking to enrol as a full time candidate in a Doctor of Philosophy course at the University; be a domestic or international applicant to a higher degree by research course at the University of Canberra; and not have consumed more than 2.5 years full time equivalent study in current enrolment in a higher degree by research at the time off applying for the Weeden Stipend.

Veolia Mulwaree Trust Scholarship

Applicants must: be enrolled full-time at the University of Canberra; have achieved at least a ‘pass’ level of academic achievement; and have completed their HSC (or equivalent) or reside in any of the following areas: Goulburn Mulwaree Council, Palerang Council, Shoalhaven City Council, Oberon Council, Wingecarribee Shire Council, Upper Lachlan Shire Council, and Wollondilly Shire Council. Applicants will be required to submit a personal statement outlining their interest in the scholarship, how it will assist their career ambitions, and community involvement.

Valerie Helson Relocation Scholarship for Cultural Heritage Conservation

  Applicants must: be a rural or regional student enrolled in their first year of the Heritage, Museums and Conservation undergraduate degree at the University of Canberra; be considered a full-time student; have relocated from a rural area to undertake their studies; provide a copy their HSC; and attach a 300 word written statement.

University of Canberra Weeden Lodge Accommodation Scholarship for Rural and Regional Students

 Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be offered a place at Weeden Lodge; be offered and accept a place in an undergraduate degree at the University of Canberra; be residents of Weeden Lodge for the year of the scholarship award; and have demonstrated need for financial assistance as evidenced by documents provided to support their application. Preference will be given to students who have a low socioeconomic status (SES) home location postcode as classified by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Applicants must attach a 300-word outline to describe how the financial assistance provided by the award would contribute to the advancement of their education.

University of Canberra Rotary Club of Hall Scholarship

 Applicants must: be Australian citizens or holders of a permanent humanitarian visa; have completed Year 12 at an ACT or Regional NSW school; be between 17 and 25 years of age; be undertaking their first degree; be financially disadvantaged and able to provide evidence of such; have undertaken voluntary community service including any service undertaken in school programs; and attach a 300-word outline to describe their voluntary service activities. At least one reference from a supervisor of the applicant’s voluntary school or community work is needed.

University of Canberra Honours Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; have completed an undergraduate degree at any Australian university with high academic achievement; have demonstrated potential for research; and be eligible to be offered a full-time place in a University of Canberra honours degree course.

University of Canberra Elite Athlete Scholarship

 Applicants must: be enrolled in an undergraduate or postgraduate coursework degree at the University of Canberra; be recognised as an Elite athlete as determined by the Elite Athlete Friendly University (EAFU) guidelines; provide a 300 word statement outlining how they plan to successfully combine their sporting and study commitments; and provide a letter of support regarding their sporting achievements from their National Sporting Organisation (NSO). The letter must include the scholarship applicant’s performance at the NSO’s most recent benchmark event. Selection will be based on the applicant’s sporting achievements and their academic performance.

University of Canberra College Scholarship for Rural and Remote Students

Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; have relocated from a regional or rural area to undertake their studies; and be enrolled in a University of Canberra College program, or have recently graduated from a University of Canberra College program and enrolled in a University of Canberra undergraduate degree. Part time study may be considered if exceptional circumstances can be demonstrated. Applicants must attach a 300 word statement outlining how the financial assistance provided by the scholarship would contribute to the advancement of their education and career ambitions.

University of Canberra Chancellor’s Scholarships for Academic Excellence

Applicants must: be considered current school leavers (those who have completed year 12 in the year prior to commencing study at UC); be Australian citizens or permanent residents; have achieved a raw ATAR of 95 and over (no bonus points or other such ranking will be considered); and have accepted an offer of place and be intending to enrol in their first undergraduate degree at UC.

University of Canberra Aspire Scholarship

Applicants must: have completed Year 12 at one of the Aspire schools in the year prior to enrolling at UC; be enrolled full-time in any undergraduate course; have been nominated for the Principal’s Recommendation Scheme in their first degree; provide a copy of their HSC; provide a copy of their Centrelink income statement or demonstrated financial hardship; and provide a 300 word statement outlining how the scholarship will assist them.