South32 Women in Engineering Scholarship

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South32 Women in Engineering Scholarship

UGCE1302

Key
High School Leaver
Indigenous Australians
Rural
UAC & EAS
Criteria
Stage
Value
$10,000
5 Scholarship(s) available for up to 4 years
Residency
Aus Citizen / Aus Permanent Resident
Opens
01/07/2017
Closes
See below
Outline

The South32 Women in Engineering Scholarship aims to encourage and assist a female student to undertake a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Mining Engineering

Application Process

This scholarship is included in the Women In Engineering Scholarship Common Application. In order to be potentially considered for this scholarship please apply via the advertisement for the Women In Engineering Scholarships(UGCE1400)
Eligibility

To be eligible, applicants must:

  • Be an Australian Citizen or Australian Permanent Resident
  • Be Female
  • Have completed the NSW HSC (or interstate equivalent) or IB either:
    • In the year prior to commencing study at UNSW, or
    • In the previous two years prior to commencing at UNSW, provided no tertiary study was undertaken during this period; and
  • Be commencing full-time undergraduate study (single or dual degree)in one of the following:
    • Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours) offered by the UNSW School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
    • Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (Honours) offered by the UNSW School of Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering
    • Bachelor of Mining Engineering (Honours) offered by the UNSW School of Mining Engineering

    Note: The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Flexible First Year) is not eligible for this Scholarship

Selection

Applicants will be assessed on the basis of:

  • Personal qualities, for example: involvement and achievement in school and community activities, hobbies, strong leadership and communication skills
  • Academic merit (estimated ATAR of 91)
  • Aptitude and commitment to a career in engineering
  • Good academic ability in mathematics, English and science
  • An interest in undertaking work experience with South32
Interviews
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend an interview.