The scholarships are open to domestic and international students. It is expected that scholarship holders will be full-time students. Selection is based on: academic merit; research and other relevant experience; publication record; and relevance of the proposed research to the Faculty’s research strengths.
Applicants must have been offered a PhD admission into the School of Finance and Economics in a relevant field. Tenure is subject to satisfactory progress.
Applicants must be accepted into a research higher degree within the School of Finance and Economics. Tenure is subject to satisfactory progress.
Applicants must be undertaking a research PhD in accounting. Tenure is subject to satisfactory progress.
Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents or permanent humanitarian visa holders; be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate or postgraduate coursework program at the UTS Faculty of Science with satisfactory academic progression (for continuing students only); and be in financial need, as demonstrated through current Centrelink benefits, or otherwise demonstrated exceptional financial hardship. Selection is based on: motivation and interest in the chosen UTS course; personal experience and achievement as demonstrated in the scholarship application process; and academic merit (for commencing students – results of qualification used for entry into the UTS Science course; for continuing students – academic results of the previous year).
Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents or permanent humanitarian visa holders; be enrolled in a Bachelor of Laws at UTS (single or combined degree) or UTS Juris Doctor; and be in the final or penultimate year of UTS degree program. Selection is based on personal experience, achievement and motivation as demonstrated in the scholarship application process. Financial need may be taken into consideration.