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UWA recognises and rewards the achievements of students who display outstanding academic excellence and endeavour. We help our students to pursue their impossible by offering many scholarships that allow them to successfully complete their course by improving their financial situation.
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Longitudinal Data Conference 2016 Scholarship
The NCLD is offering two scholarships per Australian university for a fulltime PhD student to attend the conference. The scholarship includes free registration to attend the conference on 26 and 27 October.
Not included in the scholarship are the conference workshops which are being held on
25 October. Students will need to pay their own travel and accommodation costs to attend the conference.
Frank Broeze Postgraduate Scholarship [F51290]
The Franklin Broeze Memorial Fund was established in 2002 and funded three Annual Lectures. The balance of funds has been used to create a fund to provide a postgraduate scholarship in perpetuity in honour of the late Professor Franklin Broeze who was a member of the then Department of History from 1971 to 2001 and served his profession, the Department and the University with distinction during those 30 years.
The purpose of the scholarship is to facilitate research in modern, medieval or economic history in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Western Australia.
BHP Indigenous Scholarship [F51217]
BHP Iron Ore Ltd donates funds annually for a maximum of two scholarships to assist Australian Indigenous students to undertake an undergraduate degree course at The University of Western Australia.
Available in the 2019 Future Student Scholarships - Indigenous Australian
John and Rosemary Pearman MD Scholarship in Honour of Professor Neville Stanley [F18/2640]
John and Rosemary Pearman have donated funds to The University of Western Australia (‘the University’) to establish a fund to provide a scholarship to encourage and assist a high-achieving student to pursue a Doctor of Medicine at the University.
Available for the 2019 - Eligible candidates are automatically considered for the scholarship and do not need to submit a separate application.
Robert Tindale Scholarship [F51406]
Mrs Edith Margaret Treloar has donated a sum of money to establish a fund in perpetuity, called the Robert Tindale Scholarship Fund, to provide a scholarship for the purpose of encouraging and furthering study of Architecture, Landscape or Visual Arts at The University of Western Australia.
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Sydney Royal Wine Scholarships
The Sydney Royal Wine Scholarships, in partnership with the Royal Agriculture Society of New South Wales Foundation (RASF) , is calling for applications for the Graham Thorp Memorial Scholarship.
This Scholarship is available to support an individual who demonstrates a passion for the Australian Wine Industry and who will play a part in shaping a positive future for the industry here in Australia. The Macquarie Group Sydney Royal Wine Show has partnered with the RASF with the vision to assist growth and development of Australia¿s next generation of wine industry leaders, through the provision of education scholarships.
A Scholarship of $5,000 for full time study or $1,500 for part time study is available. There is no limit to the types of courses that qualify for the Scholarship (University, TAFE or VET courses) or the age of the applicant but the applicant will need to demonstrate a strong wine industry career pathway through their course of study. This could include anything from agriculture science, horticulture, viticulture, oenology through to marketing, sommelier, lab technician and journalism.
Sugar Research Institute (SRI) Scholarship
Sugar Research Institute (SRI) awards scholarships every year for undergraduates studying engineering, science or technical fields at an Australian university or tertiary institution.
The SRIS aims to encourage the participation of high calibre students in the Australian sugar processing industry.
SRI is a global leader in science and innovation for sugar milling and refining technology. SRI develops innovative products, technical expertise and commercial research services for raw and refined sugar manufacturers worldwide.
The scholarship will provide financial assistance to penultimate year students in engineering, science or technical disciplines with an interest in sugar processing.
In addition to the scholarship payments, successful recipients will undertake three periods of full-time paid work placement in an Australian sugar mill over 18 months (12 weeks total) and receive a living away allowance of $250 per week.
Rural Industries Research Development Corporation (RIRDC) Horizon Scholarships
The Horizon Scholarship has been developed to support the next generation of agricultural leaders, who will take up the challenge of farming for the future. It is for young people who are passionate about agriculture, with a keen interest in the future of our industries and who are ready to expand their networks and learn new skills.
The Horizon Scholarship is an initiative of the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation that, in partnership with industry sponsors, supports undergraduates studying agriculture at university by providing:
A bursary of $5,000 per year for the duration of their degree
Professional development workshops
Annual industry work placements that give students first-hand exposure to modern agricultural practices, and
Opportunities to network and gain knowledge at a range of industry events.
RSPCA Australia Scholarships for Animal Welfare Research
Every year, RSPCA Australia offers three scholarships to encourage students to take an active interest in animal welfare issues, to support animal welfare research that might not otherwise attract funding, and to promote the objectives of the RSPCA within the research community.
Australian Government - Rio Tinto Native Title Representative Bodies (NTRB) Scholarships
Rio Tinto and the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C) and the University of Dundee are again offering two scholarships to lawyers currently working, or interested in working in the Native Title Representative Bodies (NTRB) system.
The two scholarships cover all expenses in undertaking a one year Masters of Mining Law and Policy at the University of Dundee, Scotland and are open to any Australian Resident with a law degree . The successful candidates will commit to work within the NTRB system for a minimum period of two years on completion of their studies.