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Seizan Fukami Fund Undergraduate Scholarship

Applicants must have applied for entry to a Bachelor of Arts (Japanese) or double degree with Japanese at Curtin and must continue studying a major in Japanese throughout their course. Preference will be given to students who have previously studied Japanese.

Women in Engineering Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents or permanent humanitarian visa holders; be females undertaking Year 12 in the year of application; have selected Curtin University as a first preference through TISC to undertake an undergraduate engineering degree; be undertaking the first semester of their first undergraduate degree at Curtin University; and be eligible for a Commonwealth Supported place.

WA Women’s Society of Fine Arts and Crafts Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian citizens, permanent residents or holders of a humanitarian visa; demonstrate financial hardship; be female students undertaking the 2nd year of either the Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts) or Bachelor of Arts (Art & Design Studies); be enrolled full time (100 credits); have a CWA minimum of 65; and remain eligible for a Commonwealth S

UniReady Enabling Program Regional Scholarship

 Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents or holders of a humanitarian visa; be enrolling full time in the UniReady Enabling Program, Enabling Course in Science, Engineering and Health, or Indigenous Tertiary Enabling Course at Curtin University; be past the compulsory school age in semester 1; and be living permanently in a regional or remote Western Australian region.
 Target Group:  Rural and isolated area residen

Technical Resources Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian or New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents or permanent humanitarian visa holders; be enrolling in the first year of an eligible Bachelor of Engineering or Construction Management degree; be enrolled full time (100 credits); be eligible for a Commonwealth Sup

Stockland Ervin Graf Scholarship

Applicants must: be Australian citizens or permanent residents; have a course weighted average above 70; be completing the final year of a Bachelor of Commerce (Property and/or Finance major) degree; and be available to work part-time throughout the duration of the year.