Applicants must: be female students; be enrolled full-time in their second year or above (including Honours) in Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Environmental Science program at the University of the Sunshine Coast; have a high grade point average; and be in financial hardship. Preference will be given to applicants who reside in Noosa or surrounding areas within the Sunshine Coast regional Council.
Applicants must be female students enrolled full-time in the second year or beyond (including Honours) in the School of Business at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Applicants must: be Indigenous female students; be enrolled full time in an undergraduate Education program; and have completed at least 4 courses at USC with a GPA of 4.0 or higher. Students must be able to demonstrate financial hardship, for example receiving Department of Human Services Income Support (Centrelink), or are at risk of being prevented from continuing study due to financial hardship.
Applicants must: be female; be over 25 years of age; be residents of the Sunshine Coast Regional Council; have successfully completed 1 year of tertiary study; and demonstrate a commitment to a community group and/or community service.
Applicants must: be female students aged 21 years or below; be enrolled full-time and have successfully completed at least 8 units of an undergraduate degree program at the University of the Sunshine Coast; and be from a designated equity group (i.e. Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability, or people from low socio-economic backgrounds). Selection is based on academic merit and financial need.
Applicants must be female and either be from or have gone to school in the Blackall Range or Sunshine Coast Hinterland.
Applicants must: be in their second year of study in the Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical); demonstrate good academic standing; and demonstrable extra-curricular activities/interests in engineering.
Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents or permanent humanitarian visa holders; be female students aged up to 25 years; and be permanent residents of the Sunshine Coast Regional Council Area. Selection is based on academic merit and financial need.
Applicants must be commencing their first undergraduate degree at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Selection is based on: high academic achievement; leadership skills demonstrated through academic, extra curricular/community activities; and financial need.
Vantage Holdings and Urban Development Institute of Australia (Sunshine Coast Branch) Regional & Urban Planning Bursary
Applicants must be in the third year of the Bachelor of Regional and Urban Planning and have at least 2 semesters of study remaining. Selection is based on active participation in extra-curricular activities, community groups, or professional networks and associations.
The scholarship is open to students undertaking an end-on Honours Program at USC.
Applicants must be currently enrolled full-time in a USC undergraduate program and have completed at least 1 semester of full-time study (48 credit points). Achievement of GPA of 4.0 or higher is required and must be maintained for the duration of the bursary period. Part time enrolment will be considered where there are exceptional circumstances preventing full-time enrolment.