Applicants must: be female; be UWS College students; and be enrolled in a UWS College Foundation studies program. Preference will be given to mature age students and single parents.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; receive an offer to study full-time in the Bachelor of Social Science (Geography & Urban Studies)/Master of Urban Management and Planning at UWS; have resided in the Wollondilly Local Government Area for at least 1 year prior to commencement of studies at UWS; be enthusiastic ambassadors for Wollondilly; and be willing to take an active role in supporting their community and engaging with Council.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; receive an offer to study or be currently enrolled in an undergraduate program in agriculture, the environment or animal science at the UWS Hawkesbury campus; and be starting at UWS for the first time. Selection is based on academic results.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; have applied through UAC for a place at UWS, nominating a UWS course as their first preference; demonstrate a high level of academic achievement through a minimum ATAR of 90, or equivalent; provide evidence of leadership and community involvement (e.g. School Captain, community service, sport, the arts, public speaking, Maths/Science Olympiads, Duke of Edinburgh award, etc); and currently reside in, or have completed their HSC within, the Greater Western Sydney region. Selection is based on ATAR results, personal statements and an interview.
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.