Category «Scholarship in University of Wollongong»

Zonta Club of Wollongong Community Scholarship

 Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be female, in line with the eligibility criteria for the Zonta Club of Wollongong; be enrolled full time in an undergraduate degree at the University of Wollongong; be enrolled in first year of any undergraduate degree at the University of Wollongong; and originate from the Illawarra region.

Women in Engineering and Information Sciences Scholarship

 Applicants must: be Australian citizens, permanent residents or holders of a Humanitarian Visa; be commencing study as a first year full-time undergraduate student at UOW (with no previous enrolment); and be female students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences. Selection is based on a strong desire to pursue a career in engineering, information and communication technology, mathematics and statistics or physics.

WMD Law Work Integrated Learning Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be enrolled full time in an undergraduate degree at the University of Wollongong; be entering their final year of study in a Bachelor of Laws; have achieved and currently maintain a credit average; and be available for full time work experience for a total of 60 days.

Vice-Chancellor’s Academic Excellence Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian citizens, permanent residents or holders of a Humanitarian Visa; have a course at the University of Wollongong as their first or second UAC preference on the date ATARs are released; live within the University’s main drawing area (i.e. the Illawarra, Southern Sydney, South Western Sydney, Southern Highlands and the South Coast of NSW); and be commencing study as a first year undergraduate student at UOW (with no previous enrolment).

Veolia Mulwaree Trust Scholarship

 Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be enrolled full-time in any degree at the University of Wollongong; demonstrate a credit average; have a demonstrated need such as financial and/or social disadvantage; and have been awarded their HSC or equivalent from within Goulburn Mulwaree Council, Palerang Council, Shoalhaven City Council, Oberon Council, Wingecarribee Shire Council, Upper Lachlan Shire Council, and Wollondilly Shire Council areas. The successful applicant will show an affinity with the Veolia Mulwaree Trust region, through significant community involvement and participation in the business community through work experience, placement or internship.

UOW Equity Scholarship

 Applicants must: Australian citizens, permanent residents or holders of an Australian Humanitarian Visa; be commencing study as a first year full-time undergraduate student at UOW; and have demonstrated need such as financial and/or social disadvantage. Equity criteria include, but are not restricted to, low income family background, living in a rural or isolated region, having a permanent disability, recently migrated from a non-English speaking country, Indigenous Australians.

University of Wollongong Undergraduate Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian citizens, permanent residents or holders of a Humanitarian Visa; be commencing study as a first year full-time undergraduate student at UOW; have achieved a minimum ATAR of 95 (93 for Business, 90 for Social Sciences); and have outstanding academic achievement based on most recent academic records. Selection is based on motivation and interests particularly in relation to the nominated career path; communication and interpersonal skills; and evidence of leadership and participation in other areas such as sports, the arts, employment, school and community activities.

University of Wollongong Double Degree Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian citizens, permanent residents or holders of a Humanitarian Visa; be commencing study as a first year full-time undergraduate student at UOW (with no previous enrolment); and have a minimum ATAR of 95 (not including UOW bonus points). Selection is based on outstanding academic achievement in most recent academic records; motivation and interests particularly in relation to the applicant’s nominated career path; and communication and interpersonal skills.

Tibra Capital Corporate Scholarship

Applicants must be enrolling in the first year of a Bachelor of Mathematics, Bachelor of Mathematics (Advanced), Bachelor of Mathematics and Finance, Bachelor of Computer Science or any Mathematics double degree, and achieve an ATAR of 90 or above.

Targeted Travel Grant

Selection is based on academic merit, financial need and the International Exchange Program interview. Preference will be given to students going on exchange for 2 sessions.

Students of Law Community Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be enrolled full-time at the University of Wollongong; be enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws (either in a single or double degree program); be in their second year or higher; be currently maintaining a credit average (minimum 65 WAM); and be able to demonstrate outstanding community involvement throughout their years of tertiary study (and previously). Ongoing participation in the University and wider community will be highly regarded. Both paid and voluntary community involvement will be considered, however emphasis will be on voluntary activities. Voluntary work via LLB324 and LLB397 internship programs and their equivalent subjects will not be considered, but ongoing work from these will be considered.