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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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Mark and Paige Barnaba MBA Full Time Scholarship in the UWA Business School [F61302]
Mark and Paige Barnaba donate funds annually to The University of Western Australia to provide scholarships to encourage and assist high achieving candidates to complete the Master of Business Administration (MBA) Full-Time program at the University.
No applications are required - all MBA Full Time Intensive candidates, upon acceptance of an unconditional offer, are automatically considered for the scholarship.
Stephen Dornan Scholarship in Undergraduate French Studies [F53739]
The late Stephen Dornan OAM has bequeathed an amount to The University of Western Australia to provide a scholarship to support and encourage a top Year 12 Western Australian Certificate of Education French student to pursue a major in French Studies.
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
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.
Sir Frank Ledger Scholarship in the UWA Business School F51422
The Sir Frank Ledger Scholarship in the UWA Business School is funded from a gift to the UWA Business School from the Sir Frank Ledger Trust which provides funds for scholarships.
The Sir Frank Ledger Scholarship in the UWA Business School, valued at $10,000 over three years, is provided to assist and encourage high achieving students who demonstrate leadership potential and who are experiencing financial hardship to commence a full-time course for the degree of Bachelor of Commerce at The University or Western Australia ('the University').
Available in the 2019 Future Student Scholarships - FABLE - Business
UWA South African Undergraduate Scholarship [F83094]
The University of Western Australia provides scholarships to encourage eligible students from the Republic of South Africa who have demonstrated high academic achievement in their high school studies to commence and undertake an undergraduate degree course at the University.
PLEASE NOTE: No application necessary, eligible applicants are automatically assessed at enrolment
Epigenetic effects of dexamethasone in ventilated preterm lambs PhD Scholarship
A PhD scholarship is available to undertake research on the impact of neonatal dexamethasone treatment on the epigenetics of the targeted systems linked to neurodevelopment and lung development and functionality. 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 Professor Kurt Albertine's laboratory at the Health Sciences Centre within the Department of Paediatrics at the University of Utah, USA.
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.
UWA Graduate Research Candidate Travel Award F51301
The Board of the Graduate Research School, on the recommendation of the Head of School/Graduate Research Coordinator concerned, may grant a candidate for a research higher degree, an award for travel within Australia or overseas directly relevant to the candidate's research work, including fieldwork, conference attendance and travel to gather research data.
(1) Travel awards will normally be granted to candidates during their candidacy.
(2) In exceptional circumstances and with the written support of the supervisor and Head of School/Graduate Research Coordinator, an award may be granted in the period up to three months after submission of the thesis for examination.
Brian Gray Scholarship
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) oversees banks, credit unions, building societies, general insurance and reinsurance companies, life insurance, friendly societies and most members of the superannuation industry. APRA and the Reserve Bank of Australia support student research in financial services and in particular the Brian Gray Scholarship Program.
Up to four scholarships are available valued at $15,000 each to support students in finance, economics, actuarial science, statistics or related disciplines who intend to focus full-time on their studies and research.