The scholarship is available to full-time students undertaking an Honours or Masters program in an area of interest to the Zero Waste SA Research Centre. These areas include: behaviour change; measuring consumption and ecological footprints; resource efficiency and life cycle measurement; and decision making. Selection is based on academic merit (Grade Point Average) and an interview. Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents and have the ability to be a positive ambassador for the objectives of Zero Waste SA.
Applicants must: originate from rural or remote areas of any Australian State; meet the eligibility criteria of the UniSA Students’ Housing Association; be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate degree at University of South Australia; and reside in a property affiliated with University of SA Students Housing Association, or be in alternative rental accommodation. In the event of the latter, proof will be required before payment is made. Selection is based primarily on financial need then on academic merit.
Nomination is based on academic merit in level 2 results of the Bachelor of Interior Architecture. Selection is based on academic excellence and ability to recognise the relationship between academic studies and the needs of the profession in interior design. Students will be invited to attend a personal interview, and to submit their current portfolio of work.
Nomination is based on level 2 results in the Bachelor of Architecture. Selection is based on academic excellence and ability to recognise the relationship between academic studies and the needs of the architecture profession. The grant is tenable over level 3 of the program subject to full-time enrolment and satisfactory performance.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be commencing full-time study in a Master by Research in the School of Marketing; have a research topic in the field of marketing science and wine marketing innovation; meet all the normal entry and eligibility requirements to undertake a Master by Research at UniSA; and have good communication skills and leadership potential.
The scholarship is open to Australian citizens, permanent residents of Australia or international students. Australian citizens or permanent residents will normally be eligible for a tuition scholarship under the Research Training Scheme. International candidates should also apply for the UniSA President’s Scholarship. Applicants must be undertaking full-time PhD studies in the field of advanced manufacturing engineering or related disciplines within Australia. Part-time study will only be approved in exceptional circumstances.
Applicants must be enrolled in the engineering program at the Whyalla campus and demonstrate financial disadvantage.
Applicants must: be enrolled in the Bachelor of Engineering or Associate Degree in Engineering; be currently residing and studying in Whyalla and its surrounding areas; be enrolled in at least 1 course for each study period requiring travel to Mawson Lakes; be able to demonstrate financial disadvantage; and be Australian citizens or permanent residents. Selection will be based upon financial need. If there are more than 2 applicants who have demonstrated financial need, then academic merit (GPA or equivalent) will be considered.
Domestic applicants must: be Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents; be school leavers with an ATAR of 90 or above (exclusive of bonus points); and be enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Science (Advanced Materials). International applicants must: have an International Baccalaureate (best of 6) score of at least 33, or have an Australian Year 12 program ATAR of at least 90, or have completed a Polytechnic Diploma in Materials Science or equivalent with a minimum credit average; and be enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Science (Advanced Materials). The scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other scholarship within the division.
All UniSA students who are accepted into the exchange program are eligible for a travel grant. While on student exchange, the student remains enrolled at the University of South Australia and continues to pay normal UniSA fees.
The scholarship is available to Australian citizens and permanent residents of Australia undertaking a higher degree by research at the University of South Australia.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens, permanent residents or holders of a permanent humanitarian visa; be enrolled part-time or full-time in an undergraduate, diploma or Foundation program at the University of South Australia; demonstrate financial disadvantage; and complete and submit the Study Support Statement as part of their application.