2020 Indigenous General Merit Undergraduate Scholarships

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13/12/2019

2020 Indigenous General Merit Undergraduate Scholarships

UGCE1428

Key
High School Leaver
Indigenous Australians
Rural
UAC & EAS
Criteria
Stage
Value
$5,000
available for up to 6 years
Residency
Aus Citizen
Opens
16/08/2019
Closes
13/12/2019
For commencement Term1 2020
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Outline
The Indigenous General Merit Undergraduate Scholarship is open for recent High School Leavers, UNSW Pre-Program Graduates and IAS Students commencing an undergraduate coursework degree program at UNSW Sydney in 2020. By applying for this scholarship, you will be considered for applicable scholarships across all Faculties including:

The Maple-Brown Family Foundation Scholarship for Indigenous Students (UGCE1151)

  • Value: $13,000 per annum
  • Duration of Program (minimum)
  • Number available: One

Faculty of Engineering Indigenous Scholarship (UGCE1028)

  • Value: $12,000 per annum
  • Duration: Duration of Program (minimum)
  • Number available: One

UNSW Indigenous Undergraduate Business Scholarship (UGCE1328)

  • Value: $10,000 per annum
  • Duration: Duration of Program (minimum)
  • Number available: Ten

Balnaves Foundation Indigenous Medical Scholarship (UGCA1278)

  • Value: $25,000 per annum
  • Duration: Duration of Program (minimum)
  • Number available: One

School of Mathematics and Statistics Indigenous Scholarship (UGCE1268)

  • Value: $5,000 per annum
  • Duration: Duration of Program (minimum)
  • Number available: One

Additional merit scholarships will be added progressively.

For Equity Scholarships please refer to UNSW Equity Scholarships 2020.

Eligibility
To be considered students must submit a scholarship online application and apply for admission to a UNSW undergraduate degree program for commencement in Term 1, 2020 (via UAC or by any other UNSW admission scheme).
Selection
Applicants will be assessed on the basis of:
  • Academic merit
  • School and community leadership roles
  • Commitment to extra-curricular activities (such as music, sport, debating, leadership programs, community and volunteer work etc) and any other community roles.
Interviews
No interviews are required