Category «Scholarship in University of New South Wales»

Women in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering David Beale Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or Australian permanent residents; be female; be high school leavers; and be intending to enrol full time in the Bachelor of Engineering specialising in mechatronic engineering, aerospace engineering, manufacturing and management, mechanical engineering, or naval architecture. Selection is based on: academic merit; aptitude and commitment; and personal qualities.

William McIlrath Rural Scholarship

 Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be undertaking or have completed the HSC (or equivalent) in the previous 2 years; be proposing to undertake the first year of a full-time undergraduate program in the Faculty of Science, Engineering, Law, Medicine, Built Environment, or the Australian School of Business; and have resided in a rural area in NSW for at least 4 of their high school years. Selection is on the basis of academic merit, leadership qualities at school and contribution to the wider community through activities such as community service and sporting participation.

William McIlrath Postgraduate Travel Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be enrolled in a postgraduate research degree; and be proposing to undertake a period of study at an overseas institution. Selection is based on: financial need; academic merit; the reasons for the proposed overseas study; and how the funds will be utilised. It is expected that the period of study overseas will be for 3 to 6 months, but applicants intending to study for a shorter period of time are eligible to apply.

Waverley College Award in Arts & Social Sciences

Applicants must: be undertaking or have completed their HSC at Waverley College in two years prior to award; be intending to enrol in a full-time undergraduate program in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at UNSW; and be proposing full-time study in the first year of a Bachelor of Music or Music Education program at UNSW. Selection is based on academic merit and reasons for undertaking the program of study. Consideration may also be given to financial need.

Wavelength International Indigenous Travel Award

Applicants must: be Indigenous students; be enrolled in the first or second year within the Faculty of Medicine at UNSW; be living in a hometown outside the Sydney metropolitan area; and be committed to promoting studies in medicine to young people in their community.

Warrane College Sporting Achievement Residential Award

  Applicants must: be first year residents of Warrane College; and be full time undergraduate students in any faculty at UNSW. Selection is based on: representation in sport at a high level; evidence of potential for leadership in sport; and be permitted to and have a willingness to take part in Warrane College’s sporting competitions. Consideration may be given to financial need.

Warrane College Rural Area Students Residential Award

 Applicants must be from rural areas – specifically the family home must have been located in a rural area for at least 4 of the applicant’s high school years. Selection is based on application and admission interview, their community involvement and likelihood to contribute to life at UNSW and Warrane College. Consideration may be given to financial need.

Warrane College Cultural Achievement Residential Award

Applicants must: be first year residents of Warrane College or later year students who are reapplying for the award; be full time undergraduate students; have attained a high grade (AMEB or equivalent) in one or more musical instruments; be able to demonstrate performance experience in music, drama or other arts; and have potential for leadership in cultural events. Selection is based on the application and admission interview, their community involvement and likelihood to contribute to life at UNSW and Warrane College. Consideration may be given to financial need.

Warrane College Community Service Residential Award

 Applicants must: be first year residents of Warrane College or later year students reapplying for the award; be full time undergraduate students at UNSW; and be able to demonstrate evidence of extensive community service involvement and ability to take part in Warrane College’s community service initiatives. Consideration may be given to financial need.

Warrane College Academic Achievement Residential Award

 Applicants must: be 1st year residents of Warrane College; be full time undergraduate students at UNSW ;and have obtained an ATAR of at least 99.00. Selection is based on the application and admission interview, as well as community involvement, likelihood to contribute to life at UNSW and Warrane College. Consideration may be given to financial need.