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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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St George's College - Warden's MBA Bursaries
These bursaries were established to assist MBA students to reside at St George's College by providing up to $2000.00 a year.
Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis, but must be received at least two weeks prior to the start of the course.
Data61 PhD Scholarships
To create a better world for future generations, CSIRO’s Data61 impart a calibre and depth of research that impacts a wide range of industries. From smart cities, data-driven health & social services, to digital economy, safety & security and digital government, Data61 creates data you can trust. Not only will D61 PhD scholars join a national team and rub shoulders with world leading researchers, they will apply their knowledge across data rich communities that inform, impact and continually evolve. Data61 offers full and top-up scholarships. Please refer to the CSIRO Data61 website for details of eligibility criteria and application processes - http://data61.csiro.au/en/Collaborate-with-us/Students.
Gloria Brennan Scholarship F51297
The then State Aboriginal Affairs Planning Authority (now replaced by the Department of Indigenous Affairs) in conjunction with the then Commonwealth Department of Aboriginal Affairs (now replaced by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission) having provided grant funds to The University of Western Australia for the administration and management of the Gloria Brennan Scholarships, named after the late Gloria Brennan, one of the first Aboriginal graduates of The University of Western Australia.
The object of the scholarships is to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to enrol on a full-time basis in an undergraduate course of study leading to a first degree, associate diploma or similar level of award at one of the public universities in Western Australia.
Neurodevelopment in ventilated preturn lamb treated with dexamethasone PhD Scholarship
A PhD scholarship is available to undertake research on the impact of dexamethosone treatment on brain neurodevelopment of the system involved in novelty seeking, memory and brain plasticity. The candidate will be based in the School of Animal Biology and the Preclinical Intensive Care Research Unit (PICRU) which is part of the School of Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology. The candidate will also have the opportunity to spend at least 6 months working in the laboratory of Associate Professor Tim Moss and Dr Mary Tolcos in the Ritchie Centre within the Hudson Institute in Melbourne.
Western Australian Medical Students' Society Elective Placement Travel Scholarship F51459
The Western Australian Medical Students' Society has donated a sum of money to establish a fund to provide a travel scholarship to assist students enrolled in the course for the degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MB BS) at The University of Western Australia to undertake their Level 6 elective placement overseas.
The purpose of the scholarship is to assist Level 6 MB BS students undertaking their elective placement overseas by contributing towards the expenses associated with their travel, including airfares, accommodation and ancillary costs.
Department of Health of WA Master of Public Health Research Dissertation Award [F17/3429]
The Government of Western Australia Department of Health has donated funds to The University of Western Australia (‘the University’) to provide a scholarship co-funded by the School of Population Health to encourage and assist a high-achieving Master of Public Health student to undertake a research dissertation on a priority project for the Department of Health, Public Health Division. This will enhance the translation of empirical research findings to policy and practice in WA.
LT Thean and KC Yong Memorial Medical Research Top-up Scholarship (F81911)
The family of the late Mr LT Thean, having donated a sum of money to the University of Western Australia for the purpose of establishing a top-up scholarship in the field of haematology and blood-related disorders.
The purpose of the top-up scholarship is to facilitate and encourage students to pursue research in the field of haematology and blood-related disorders at The University of Western Australia.
The Top-up is valued at $15,000 per annum.
Available in the 2019 round for Domestic applicants and UWA International Graduates
Anna and Nicoletta Ciffolilli Scholarship for Women in Law [F17/2002]
Anna and Nicoletta Ciffolilli have donated funds to The University of Western Australia (‘the University’), to honour their late parents who valued the importance of higher education for women and to provide a scholarship to encourage and assist a female student to pursue a Juris Doctor at the University.
This scholarship is not available on an annual basis.
St Catherine’s Residential UWA Scholarship [F18/1346]
St Catherine’s Residential College has donated funds to The University of Western Australia (‘the University’) to provide scholarships to assist high-achieving, eligible students with the cost of accommodation at St Catherine’s Residential College while undertaking undergraduate studies at the University.
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.