Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be athletes competing at state or national (school, age and/or open) championship level who are recognised by the relevant national sporting body as elite or who have development potential; and be enrolled in, or apply to enrol in, an undergraduate or postgraduate course at UWS. Selection is based on: sporting achievements; academic proficiency; and ability to be involved in the representative sport program at UWS.
Applicants must: identify as an Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander; be commencing or enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery at UWS; and be able to demonstrate financial or other hardship, based on the UWS Opportunity and Equity Criteria.
Applicants must: be domestic students (Australian citizens, permanent residents or New Zealand citizens); be enrolled or eligible for entry into a postgraduate research degree; not already hold an academic qualification equivalent to or at a higher level than the program being undertaken; not have previously held an Australian government funded research higher degree scholarship for 3 months or more, unless seeking to transfer; and have, or expect to attain, a bachelor honours degree class 1 or 2.1, or equivalent qualifications and experience.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; demonstrate financial or other hardship; currently reside in, or have completed their HSC, within the Greater Western Sydney region; demonstrate academic potential through a minimum ATAR of 80 or equivalent; and intend to enrol in any undergraduate degree at UWS in a Commonwealth Supported Place, or already be enrolled with a credit average in the previous year. Preference will be given to applicants who meet the financial hardship criteria. Non-current school leaver applicants will be considered on the basis of work experience and educational qualifications.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; be in their second or subsequent year of undergraduate study at UWS; have achieved satisfactory progress in their course at a minimum of a credit average; and be officially nominated by the International Office as an endorsed candidate. Selection is based on academic merit and/or equity considerations.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents, or fee-paying international students; have maintained a minimum GPA of 5.5; and be applying to study a bachelor honours program at UWS or be currently undertaking a bachelor honours program. Selection is based on academic merit. Students who are transferring to UWS from other universities to undertake a bachelor honours program are encouraged to apply.