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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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Jack Family Charitable Trust Rural Scholarship [F17/2957]
The Jack Family Charitable Trust has donated funds to The University of Western Australia (‘the University’) to provide scholarships to assist and encourage Year 12 Albany region students to commence and pursue a bachelor’s degree at UWA Albany.
Available in the New and Continuing Student Scholarships Semester 1 2018.
North West Shelf Venture Scholarship Gas Processing (Master of Professional Engineering) F51380
The LNG 12 Conference Committee has donated the sum of $450,000 to The University of Western Australia to establish a fund to provide scholarships in Oil and Gas Process Engineering.
The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage eligible students in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics to undertake a Master of Professional Engineering specializing in Chemical Engineering with units relating to Gas Processing.
This scholarship is provided from the annual income of the capital fund and may not be available every year.
The Bailiwick Legal Award in Agricultural Science [F17/1924]
Bailiwick Legal has donated funds to The University of Western Australia to provide a scholarship to encourage and assist a student studying a major in Agricultural Science to broaden their knowledge of law practices in Australia.
Available in semester 2 2018
Buy West Eat Best Kim Chance PhD Fellowship
The Kim Chance Fellowship Award is funded through the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development's Buy West Eat Best program in honour of the programs founder, The Honourable Kim Chance MLC. The award is in memorial of the late Kim Chance, a Western Australian farmer and politician who served with the Labor party and is a former Minister for Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries; in recognition of his devotion to agriculture, and for his tireless and selfless efforts to improve the lot of farmers, the wider agricultural sector and regional community's.
This award provides $10,000 to a PhD candidate at The University of Western Australia. The objective of the Fellowship is to support a PhD candidate with the specific purpose of advancing agriculture in Western Australia.
The aim of the Fellowship is to support travel related to the recipient's research project which will enhance the recipient's experience and knowledge of their chosen area of research. Research can be associate with any area of primary industry: agribusiness, horticulture, agri-tourism, and aquaculture. A focus on protection, growth, innovation and new technologies including digital applications and communication is also welcomed.
William and Marlene Schrader Postgraduate Scholarship [F51462]
Mrs Marlene Creina Schrader, having established the William and Marlene Schrader Trust, hereby provides in perpetuity postgraduate scholarships to encourage and further the study of biomedical engineering at The University of Western Australia. The scholarships are awarded for postgraduate studies in biomedical engineering at this University.
The scholarship includes a $5000 allowance for travel
Available in the 2020 round for Domestic applicants and UWA International Graduates
Generowicz Scholarship F51296
Mr Mirek Generowicz, an engineer of 30 years standing, donates funds annually to provide a scholarship to enable an Indigenous student or a student from an educationally disadvantaged group to undertake an undergraduate degree course with a Bachelor of Science major or a major applicable to law at The University of Western Australia.
Preference is given to Indigenous Australians and holders of an Australian Permanent Humanitarian Visa; however other applicants experiencing educational disadvantage are also encouraged to apply.
Available in semester 2 2018
Hale School Scholarship [F51307]
Hale School in Western Australia provides two scholarships annually to encourage and assist students with an outstanding academic record to obtain a teaching qualification from The University of Western Australia
UWA Fogarty Foundation Beazley Medallist Scholarship F51433
The UWA Fogarty Foundation Beazley Medallist Scholarship is automatically awarded to the Beazley Medallist: WACE to recognize outstanding achievement and to provide support to undertake a Cycle 1 undergraduate degree course and a Cycle 2 postgraduate coursework course at the University.
John Willinge Scholarship in the UWA Business School F55579
John and Melina Willinge have donated funds to The University of Western Australia to provide the John Willinge Scholarship in the UWA Business School.
The scholarship is provided to encourage and assist high achieving commencing students who demonstrate leadership potential and are experiencing financial hardship to pursue a Bachelor of Commerce at the University.
The total value of the scholarship is $10,000 payable over six semesters.
Available in the 2019 Future Student Scholarships - FABLE - Business
Puggy Hunter Memorial Scholarship
The Scheme was established in recognition of Dr Arnold ('Puggy') Hunter's significant contribution to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and in his previous role as Chair of the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO). The aim of the Scheme is to encourage and assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander undergraduate students in health-related areas to complete their studies and join the health workforce.