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Faculty of Engineering

Postgraduate coursework scholarships
From mechatronics to civil engineering scholarships, we have a wide range of options for domestic engineering students.

To find a scholarship that works for you, expand the relevant school and click on the scholarship title links. Alternatively, you can browse the full list of postgraduate coursework scholarships for Faculty of Engineering students in the table below.

This page includes scholarships for both prospective and current domestic students. 

Scholarship Value Eligibility Open date Close date
Engineering Sydney Industry Placement Scholarship $19,000
  • Full-time undergraduate, postgraduate coursework or combined degree student
  • Approved to undertake a placement scheme
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Engineering Vacation Research Internship Program Scholarship $500 p.w. (up to 8 weeks)
  • Coursework engineering student
  • Student at the University of Sydney, or another Australian university
9 August 2023 3 September 2023
Faculty of Engineering Postgraduate Merit Scholarship $10,000
  • Domestic student
  • Unconditional offer of admission for a Master by Coursework degree in the Faculty of Engineering
  • WAM of 75 or above
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The Stanley Chisholm Ash Scholarship in Engineering $45,000 p.a. (for up to four years)
  • Domestic student
  • Enrol in undergraduate or postgraduate coursework engineering degree in the Faculty of Engineering
  • Be from a rural, regional or remote area of Australia
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The Yim Family Foundation Scholarship – Engineering Vacation Research Internship Program $600 p.w. (for project duration) 
  • Undergraduate or postgraduate coursework student
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Major Industrial Project Placement Scheme Scholarship $21,000
  • Full-time student in the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering 
  • WAM of 75 or above
7 August 2023 27 August 2023
Postgraduate IT Project Placement Scholarship $25,000
  • Current domestic or international student
  • Completed at least one full‐time semester (24 credit points) in an eligible postgraduate course program
  • WAM of 75 or above
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