Mr Mitchel Martin-Weber, a University of Tasmania alumnus, has funded this perpetual scholarship through a gift to the 2010 Annual Appeal to recognise his close friend Adrian La Palombara, a fellow UTAS alumnus. The University through the University Foundation provided a matching contribution to the scholarship.
To support education opportunities for women from regional areas enrolled to study in medical science or other health science areas.
Available to talented female students who are studying a Bachelor of Engineering degree or a combined Engineering degree.
The Avanade Women in STEM Scholarship supports female first year students studying Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths (STEM), with the aim to help alleviate the financial burden to students, so they can focus more on studies and achieve their educational goals.
The DST Women in Science and Engineering Scholarship has been established by DST Group to assist one undergraduate student in meeting educational and living costs.
For women in STEMM who can demonstrate disadvantage.
The Scholarship is to encourage and support students undertaking the Bachelor of Computer Science program from an “under-represented” cohort – this means that the student will be a student facing financial disadvantage; and/or a female student; and/or Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person.
The Harding Miller Education Foundation Scholarship Program provides practical support to lift the educational and career aspirations of high potential Australian girls who are facing socio-economic hardship.
National Council of Women of WA are calling for nominations for the 2021 Science, Technology & Mathematics (STEM) Bursary. The bursary is available to female students studying a STEM course in Western Australia at a Year 12, TAFE or University level.
The Industry Placement Scholarship Scheme offers financial support to a student commencing in the Industry Placement Stream by way of a scholarship for the duration of the program, up to 4 years. The sponsor will also provide opportunity for the student to undertake industry placements to meet the requirements of the Industry Placement Stream.
If you’re a female student enrolled in your first year of study in a course offered by the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment, we encourage you to apply for a Barwon Water Scholarship for Women in STEM.
The Valerie Cox Memorial Scholarships were established in memory of the late Valerie Cox who passed away in 2003 after a short illness. Miss Cox a retired nurse had a passion for learning and decided to leave a legacy to the University to create scholarships which would assist women and in particular Koori women studying …
The School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (SEMS) will fund up to three Women in Cybersecurity scholarships in 2021 to support female students who wish to undertake our Bachelor of Cybersecurity course the Melbourne (Bundoora) Campus.
A scholarship for future female undergraduate students who want to study engineering.
The WA Women’s Society of Fine Arts and Crafts has donated funds to The University of Western Australia to assist and encourage a high-achieving, eligible female student to commence and pursue a Bachelor of Arts with a degree-specific major offered by the Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education through the School of Design, and …
UniSA STEM offers scholarships to full-time female students who enrol in Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences.
Keen to support future technologists and innovators, Telstra is offering two scholarships to high-achieving commencing undergraduate students who are female or of Indigenous descent. The scholarship winners will be supported through a study pathway from undergraduate Bachelor degree to completion of their Engineering or IT masters.
Based in Melbourne, Ms Pretam Kaur has generously donated $40,000 to establish two scholarships for Aboriginal women studying for a higher education qualification at Victoria University, who are experiencing financial hardship.
The Claire Sorati Scholarship aims to support female students from disadvantaged backgrounds to undertake tertiary education in engineering, information and communication technologies or science.
The Cody Holloway Scholarship Fund has been generously offered to Deakin University by Mr. Dennis and Mrs. Rosemary Holloway who wish to be able to assist a female student, for whom tertiary education is fundamental to improving her life circumstances by alleviating some of the costs associated with living expenses.
We’re offering this scholarship to support high-achieving female students enrolling in an information technology degree.
This scholarship is designed to help Indigenous women excel in business at university.
Each year, one student will receive the scholarship towards studies in sport at Victoria University. They also potentially have an opportunity to receive mentoring from a VU Alumni sport community leader. The focus of the VU Women in Sport scholarship is to assist women who due to personal circumstances have not been able to begin …
The Women in Engineering Scholarships aim to encourage and assist female students commencing studies in the Faculty of Engineering at UNSW. By applying for the Women in Engineering Scholarships you may be considered for the following scholarships. CIMIC Women in Engineering Scholarship John Lions Women in Engineering Scholarship Alexandria Ada Lam Scholarship Vida Balshaw Women …
These bursaries have been endowed by the late Jessie Jenkins to support women students in all areas of study at the University of Tasmania.
The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to outstanding women who are commencing the first year Bachelor of Science (Physics) or Bachelor of Science (Physics) combined degrees.
The Moordtij Yorga Scholarship supports female Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students that demonstrate strong leadership potential.
Faculty Scholarships recognise students’ high achievement in study areas pertaining to the degree they want to pursue at UOW. Along with financial support, recipients will fulfil an ambassadorial role for the faculty by participating in events. This scholarship is available to female students only.
The Snowtown South Wind Farm Women’s Engineering Scholarship has been established to support one first year female undergraduate student who is undertaking a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) program, including double degrees at the University of Adelaide.
Ross River Solar Farm (RRSF) is committed to supporting women to enter non-traditional professions such as engineering. To assist with this commitment, RRSF is establishing a scholarship program for regional women, who can demonstrate financial disadvantage, and wish to study a bachelor of engineering (Electrical).
Mary Dillon has bequeathed funds to The University of Western Australia to provide an accommodation scholarship to assist and encourage eligible students from regional and remote areas of Western Australia to commence and undertake an undergraduate degree course at the University.
This scholarship was established in 2018 with various donations, and awarded to female undergraduate students who intend to become professionally qualified engineers and are experiencing disadvantaged circumstances.
These scholarships are awarded to women entering undergraduate Information Technology or Engineering (Honours) degrees with the highest ATAR score above 80.
The scholarship is to encourage and support a female student undertaking their first year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) or Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Master of Engineering programs.
The FEIT Women in Engineering and IT Scholarship has been established with the goal of increasing the participation of women in Engineering and IT as a non-traditional area of study. The Scholarship will provide financial assistance for the first year of study in their chosen Engineering or IT degree.
An ATAR or OP score is not the only measure of your ability to succeed at university. That’s why UNE has an ‘early entry’ program. UNE’s Early Entry recognises that your story is not best told by a number and ensures that you have the best opportunity to go to university. UNE Early Entry is …
Are you an aspiring leader wanting to enhance your career development and/or leadership skills? Is there an education or training course, a development forum or conference or other opportunity available that you are interested in undertaking or attending in 2020? If you are a Tasmanian Aboriginal young woman or girl aged between 15 and 24 …
The STAR program allows you to secure your place in a Southern Cross University degree before your ATAR results are even released. It’s designed to remove some of the pressure from Year 12 and give you a pathway directly into university study that is not based solely on your ATAR. Applications open: 2 April 2020 …
GoSkills are eager to offer a scholarship exclusively for women who want to execute on their business ideas.
This Bursary is available to a female student studying a STEM course in Western Australia at a year 12, TAFE or University level.
A scholarship for current or future undergraduate creative industries students experiencing financial hardship.
To increase female participation in maritime engineering programmes, the National Centre for Maritime Engineering and Hydrodynamics (NCMEH), Australia’s premier maritime engineering facility at the University of Tasmania’s specialist institute, the Australian Maritime College (AMC), is offering great scholarships to young women.
For female geospatial science and surveying students.
PIMS is establishing a scholarship program for regional women, who can demonstrate financial disadvantage, and a requirement to relocate to undertake a degree in engineering.
The Defence Science Technology Scholarships for Women in Science Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) are part of DSTs strategic plan to increase diversity in the STEM field. DST has a requirement to develop an appropriately skilled STEM workforce and a diverse, high performing talent pipeline is key to that. These scholarships will be awarded to …
To support and advance women in the construction industry in the Northern Territory.
To provide financial support and industry experience to female students who are considering employment in the mining industry.
The School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (SEMS) has established this scholarship to be awarded to high-achieving female students enrolled in the first year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Industrial) (Honours) or Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours) across all campuses.
The School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (SEMS) will fund up to five Women in IT scholarships in 2020 to support female students who wish to undertake our Bachelor of Information Technology course at the Melbourne or Bendigo Campus.
The objective of this award is to support female students who are undertaking their 3rd (or later) year, of an undergraduate program at the College. The award aims to help build the recipient’s leadership skills in technology, business and community areas, and to develop a mentoring relationship with prominent professionals in the private and public …
The Kim Jackson Scholarship is to be awarded to a female engineering student for the duration of their undergraduate degree, for up to 5 years at the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science.
To encourage women and girls to pursue further education, whether that is undergraduate or postgraduate study, in the subjects of science, information technology or engineering.
This scholarship is provided by Zonta International from a bequest by Jane M Klausman, a member of the Zonta Club, New York.
Each year the College of Engineering and Computer Science and College of Science, College of Health and Medicine may offer 3 awards known as the DST Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Scholarship (“the award”). The objective of the award is to encourage high-performing female students to continue studying in Science, Technology, Engineering and …
Because Zonta International believes that young women are the key to women’s advancement in the field of public service, it offers the Young Women in Public Affairs (YWPA) Award, which recognizes young women, ages 16-19, for demonstrating leadership skills and commitment to public service and civic causes, and encourages them to continue their participation in …
The Yvonne Burgu Education Award helps an Aboriginal woman completing her first university degree or TAFE college diploma.
To provide financial assistance to one deserving female student who is enrolling in a Bachelor course at CQUniversity, providing she has completed the STEPS course, and has a residential address in the Mackay region.
Peoplebank Australia wishes to assist talented and deserving students within the Faculty of Information Technology to access tertiary education and to provide them with an opportunity which would not otherwise have been available due to their personal circumstances.
This Scholarship was designed by BizCover to assist female IT students in their final year of study, and help them gain valuable real-world work experience to shape a positive future for our industry.
To encourage and assist an eligible student commencing a Bachelor of Science with a major in Engineering Science at the University.
If you’re a female student from South West Victoria interested in a career in engineering, we encourage you to apply for the Port of Portland Regional Women in Engineering Scholarship.
The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage and support a female student undertaking their first year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) or Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Master of Engineering programs.
The IGNITED Scholarship has been created to ignite women’s interest in industry areas traditionally dominated by men, including engineering, information technology and construction management.
The Helen Macpherson Smith Trust Scholarship at Deakin University provides an opportunity for women from rural and regional Victoria, in financially disadvantaged circumstances, to study an undergraduate degree at Deakin University.
These scholarships seek to recognise and reward talented female students who can demonstrate academic achievement.
A Kirner Scholarship and a Kosky Scholarship will be offered to two young women from Melbourne’s west. The successful recipients of these scholarships will have faced barriers and challenges in their academic and personal life to complete their primary and secondary education.
The Alba Sorati Scholarship is awarded to support female students from disadvantaged backgrounds to undertake or continue tertiary education in engineering, information and communication technologies or science at Swinburne University.
Mrs Bonnie Tilley has established two scholarships to recognise the encouragement she received from her mother to study at tertiary level. She has endowed scholarships to help young Tasmanian women, particularly from rural areas, afford higher education.
Bartier Perry understands the benefits of a diverse workforce at every level and recognises the need to promote women in the workplace. Providing this scholarship is consistent with our corporate social responsibility aims and demonstrates our commitment to the legal profession, education and the advancement of women.
To provide financial support to women from within the Northern Territory to undertake study to enhance their employment and general life outcomes.
If you’re a highly motivated female student interested in a career in engineering, we encourage you to apply for an AusNet Services Women in Engineering Scholarship.
The purpose of the Scholarship is to encourage and support female students who have been educationally disadvantaged as a result of their financial circumstances and/or geographic isolation to undertake their first year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) or the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Master of Engineering program.
These scholarships, worth between $5,000 and $10,000, are awarded to new and returning female undergraduate students on the basis of academic merit and community service for use towards residential fees.
The Business School Merit Scholarships aim to encourage students to undertake undergraduate study in the UNSW Business School in Term 1, 2020. By applying for the Business School Merit Scholarships you may be considered for multiple scholarships.
The International Aviation Women’s Association (IAWA) is a non-profit association with members in 38 countries, representing 257 major companies and aviation authorities. IAWA is dedicated to promoting the advancement of women in aviation.
At Nimble, we are proud to support female students entering the STEM field with our Supporting Women in STEM Scholarship. Nimble has always actively supported a number of local charities and we continue to seek opportunities to explore educational partnerships. Our community efforts continue to grow and these efforts include the empowerment of emerging women …
The Zonta Club of Peel Inc offers an award of $1600 for Tertiary Studies in a recognised degree at a Western Australian University. The aim of this award is to encourage a woman to complete their (first) degree.
In recognition of Dr June Canavan’s younger years spent growing up in a regional town, The June Canavan Regional Scholarship supports higher education opportunities for those living in regional areas. This scholarship aims to encourage women, with leadership potential in a sport and health science discipline, to embrace the opportunity for higher education.
The Eva Burrows Australian Scholarship for Women will be awarded to a woman who has undertaken substantial paid or unpaid work for The Salvation Army in the previous two years and seeking support to develop their leadership capabilities.
Enrichment Grants provide young women aged 12 to 18 years with an opportunity to receive support to develop a project that will assist them to achieve their goals. Funding can contribute to costs such as: equipment; forums; courses; and/or travel expenses to activities (within Australia). Enrichment Grants aim to inspire young women to enhance their …
The Rali Foundation Mineral Geoscience, Ecotourism & Geology Scholarship has been established by the Rali Foundation to support one female undergraduate student undertaking a Bachelor of Science (Mineral Geoscience) or Bachelor of Science (Ecotourism) or Bachelor of Science majoring in Geology or equivalent at the University of Adelaide.
The Public Education Foundation’s Agnes Borsody Scholarship helps support female students with a refugee background through critical high school years at a selective public high school. The scholarship was established in 2017 in memory of Agnes Borsody. Agnes arrived in Australia as a refugee in 1957 and attended North Sydney Girls High School. Agnes gained …
This award is designed to financially assist a current WAI Australian chapter member to obtain a Private Pilot Licence (PPL) by providing one (1) x PPL ground theory course, to the value of $880, to be conducted by Fly Oz Pty Ltd in Cowra NSW Australia. Note that the recipient will be required to arrange their own …
These awards are designed to financially assist a current WAI Australian chapter member to achieve any commendable aviation endeavour by providing financial support towards training or for educational materials.
This award is designed to financially assist a current WAI Australian chapter member with fixed wing flight training costs associated with gaining any level of flying proficiency from RPL/PPL through to the CPL by providing $2000 dollar for dollar flying training. The flight training will be conducted by PanAir Flight Training in Bathurst, NSW. About …