Warrane College Academic Achievement Residential Awards

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Warrane College Academic Achievement Residential Awards

UGCE1163

Key
High School Leaver
Indigenous Australians
Rural
UAC & EAS
Criteria
Stage
Value
$5,000
1 Scholarship(s) available for 2 years
Residency
No residency requirements
Opens
01/07/2017
Closes
30/09/2017
Outline

The Warrane College Academic Achievement Residential Awards aim to assist first-year MALE residents with accommodation costs at: Warrane College.

This Award is payable as credit notes in semester 1 and 2 and is only for accommodation expenses at Warrane College.

By applying for this scholarship you will also be considered for the following scholarships (Please refer to the individual advertisements for complete details):
Eligibility

The Residential Academic Award will be available to:

  • first-year residents of Warrane College who are full-time, undergraduate students in any Faculty at UNSW.
Selection

Specific Selection Criteria:

  • Applicants must have achieved the highest ATAR (or equivalent) at their high school, OR obtained an ATAR (or equivalent) of at least 99.00. Note: this atar requirement does not apply for UGCE1162, UGCE1164, UGCE1165 or UGCE1166.
  • In addition, applicants will be assessed on the basis of their Warrane College application and admission interview, their community involvement and likelihood to contribute to life at UNSW and Warrane College

Special Application Procedure:
To be considered for the Academic Achievement Residential Award, applicants are required to:

  1. submit an application for accommodation to Warrane College, indicating their intention to apply for the Residential Award; and
  2. submit an application to UNSW Scholarships that also includes:
    1. a statement that addresses the specific selection criteria
    2. a statement outlining ways in which the applicant would be able to make a significant contribution to collegiate life at Warrane College and UNSW at large;
    3. details of a referee.

Interviews
Shortlisted applicants may be invited to an interview.