UWA Hackett Scholarship

UWA Hackett Scholarship

About the scholarship

Application status: automatically awarded (no application required) for commencement in 2021
Applicable study:  To assist and encourage eligible Year 12 WACE school leavers with great potential to undertake a bachelor’s degree at the University.
Closing date: January 2021
Tenure:  A maximum of six semesters, plus an additional two semesters for honours if applicable.
For: Assistance with accommodation
Number on offer: NA
Offer rate: per annum where applicable
Value: as per below outline (refer to the conditions for further details)

  1. $5,000 per annum for recipients from regional and remote and targeted outer metropolitan students towards accommodation UWA affiliated residential college (residential college);
  2. $1,500 per annum for regional and remote and outer metropolitan students residing out of residential college; or
  3. $1,500 per annum for all other eligible metropolitan schools.

No Application Required

The UWA Hackett Scholarship is provided by The University of Western Australia (‘the University’) alongside the UWA Principal’s Citizenship Award to assist and encourage eligible Year 12 WACE school leavers with great potential, to commence and pursue a bachelor’s degree at the University.


>> Download the Conditions for the UWA Hackett Scholarship

Help and support

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Every effort has been made to ensure the information we have supplied is correct and up to date. However we strongly advise that you check the scholarship conditions you are applying for and any other information that is available, to ensure you meet the eligibility criteria for any application you might make, and that you understand the implications of any conditions, awarding value and closing dates.

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