About the scholarship
Application Status: Opening from 1 July 2019
Applicable study: To recognise high-achieving applicants to the University and to encourage and assist them to undertake an undergraduate degree course at the University.
Closing date: 3 November 2019
Tenure: One semester
For: Assistance with study
Offer rate: One lump sum
Number on offer: 17
17 scholarships are available for award in the following manner—
(a) one awarded to the highest ranking student to gain admission via STAT alone;
(b) two awarded to the highest ranking Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students;
(c) two awarded to the highest ranking students with financial hardship;
(d) two awarded to the highest ranking students with educational disadvantage;
(e) six awarded to the highest ranking regional or remote students;
(f) two awarded to the highest ranking students from a non-English speaking background; and
(g) two awarded to the highest ranking female applicants with a major offered by the Faculty of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences.
The University of Western Australia provides scholarships to recognise high-achieving applicants to the University and to encourage and assist them to undertake an undergraduate degree course at the University.
Conditions for the UWA Diversity and Merit Award [F17/153]
Help and support
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