Magnitude Foundation Scholarship
New Colombo Plan Ambassador
Having grown up in Singapore, Australia, India and Indonesia, it was imperative that the university I chose to spend the next four years at, would continue to stimulate my global awareness and international exposure. Not only that, but as one of few young, driven women in a male-dominated field, I needed to know that I will be given equal opportunities and possibilities.
Tidswell Family Women in Engineering Scholarship
Doing my Honours degree in ecology at UNSW provided me the opportunity to work with world class scientists to help save some of the most threatened species in Australia. Throughout my undergraduate, I have been taught to become more than just a researcher but also a communicator and educator at UNSW.
Sonja Huddle Award
I elected to study Electrical Engineering for several reasons. Foremost was my strength in maths, physic and electrotechnology in high school, particularly in the electrical components of the latter two courses. I enjoyed these components so much that I asked my physics teacher to let me use the labs during breaks and after school - I'd bring in old TVs and microwaves, take them apart and use their parts in electrical circuits.
Faculty of Engineering Rural Scholarship
Department of Education and Training/UNSW Rural Assistance Scheme
Ben Lexcen Sports Scholarship
I am fortunate enough to study medicine. One aspect of medicine that appealed to me is that medicine presents the opportunity to positively contribute to the health and wellbeing of those around me. Also appealing to me was, the notion that medicine, by nature, is a dynamic degree, constantly evolving with advancements in knowledge every year.
Balnaves Foundation Indigenous Medical Scholarship