Category «Scholarship in University of Sydney»

William John and Lizzie May Sinclair Scholarship in Engineering

Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or permanent residents; be commencing or continuing an undergraduate engineering degree; and be enrolled in a Commonwealth Supported Place. Preference is given to Indigenous Australians or those who can demonstrate that they meet financial hardship criteria.

Wentworth Bursary

Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or Australian permanent residents; be continuing undergraduate students; be able to demonstrate financial hardship; be able to provide evidence of AUSTUDY, ABSTUDY, Youth Allowance or other payments from the Department of Human Services; and be enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place.

Walter & Eliza Hall Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian citizens; have successfully completed at least 48 credit points of study in nursing or social work at the University of Sydney; be in receipt of a means-tested Centrelink benefit; and be full time students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place. Students applying for the award on the basis of physical disability should be in receipt of a means-tested Centrelink benefit in addition to formally diagnosed disability.

Walker Bursary

  Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents or New Zealand citizens; be continuing undergraduate students; be able to demonstrate financial hardship; and be able to provide evidence of AUSTUDY, ABSTUDY, Youth Allowance or other payments from the Department of Human Services.

Vice-Chancellor’s Research Scholarship (VCRS)

Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens, or permanent residents; be commencing their full-time PhD candidature in the semester that the scholarship is awarded; and have applied for, and been awarded, an APA or UPA. Eligibility criteria for the VCRS will be the same as the APA, except that only commencing PhD students will be considered. Academic excellence (e.g. a University Medal) and outstanding research potential will be the selection criteria.

University of Sydney Scholarships for Graduate Programs Entry Award

Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or permanent residents of Australia; and be enrolling in the first year of the University of Sydney graduate entry Medical degree the following academic year. Selection is based on academic merit and personal attributes such as leadership and creativity. International students may apply for this scholarship only if previous undergraduate studies were undertaken at The University of Sydney.

University of Sydney Scholars Program

The scholarships are awarded on a combination of school examination results, ATAR and other achievements (leadership, creativity, self-motivation, communication skills, etc). Students must achieve a minimum ATAR of 95, except for students who wish to study at the Sydney College of the Arts or the Sydney Conservatorium of Music who must achieve an ATAR of at least 90 and be among the top 5 per cent of applicants, assed by portfolio or performance. International and NZ students applying for admission through the UAC are also eligible to apply.

University of Sydney Scholars Equity Award

 Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens or permanent residents; have a competitive ATAR or AAM and be disadvantaged financially, medically, or have a rural or remote background. Preference will be given to applicants with financial disadvantage.

University of Sydney Scholar Chancellors Award

The scholarships are awarded based on a combination of school examination results, ATAR and other achievements (leadership, creativity, self-motivation, communication skills, etc). Students must achieve a minimum ATAR of 95, except for students who wish to study at the Sydney College of the Arts or the Sydney Conservatorium of Music who must achieve an ATAR of at least 90 and be among the top 5 per cent of applicants, assessed by portfolio or performance. Tenure requires the recipient to maintain an excellent academic record. International and NZ students applying for admission through the UAC are also eligible to apply.

University of Sydney Merit Awards

 Applicants must be Australian or New Zealand citizens or permanent residents. Selection is based on outstanding academic merit and personal attributes such as leadership and creativity.

University of Sydney Honours Scholarships

The scholarships are open to domestic students already enrolled at the University of Sydney and to those transferring to Sydney in order to undertake honours. International students may apply for this scholarship only if undergraduate studies were undertaken at The University of Sydney. Applicants who already hold a scholarship of equal or higher value at The University of Sydney are not eligible.