Allowing you to focus on what matters most, scholarships provide the financial security to pursue education with more freedom so you can immerse yourself fully in opportunities like volunteering, internships and club involvement.
We offer scholarships to support commencing and current undergraduate students, Honours students, postgraduate students and research students.
Some scholarships are automatic based on your ATAR or equivalent, while others you will need to apply for.
Visit the scholarships website to view the full range of scholarships available.
Applications are now open for the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences & Engineering's Elevate: Boosting Women in STEM scholarships.
Scholarships are open to all eligible prospective undergraduate and postgraduate students interesting in pursuing studies in engineering, computer science and STEM.
Applications close Friday, September 30.
The Science Summer Research Program offers second and third year undergraduate students the opportunity to undertake supervised research projects during the Australian summer break.
The program is a great way to gain research experience and an insight into research process while working alongside our leading scientific researchers.
Participants will undertake a formal supervised research project carried out full time over several weeks during the summer break (starting after the Semester 2 examination period and finishing before Semester 1 of the following year).
You will select from the list of available projects below (successful applicants can work with the project supervisor to tailor the project to your interests and education level).
You will also complete a short assessment at the end of the project.
Participants in the program are awarded a summer research scholarship, to help support you while you complete the project.
Applicants will automatically be considered for a scholarship, and must meet the scholarship terms and conditions.
The program requirements and eligibility criteria can vary from year to year, and will be specified in the program materials and scholarship terms and conditions for that year.
To be eligible for the program, applicants must:
This program is highly competitive and unfortunately not all applicants will be successful.
For your safety and the safety of our community, and in line with current COVID-19 safety precautions, Conditions of Entry, exam advice and study information, we expect applicants who apply for a project with an on-campus component to be fully vaccinated before coming to campus. Those students who come to campus must follow the COVID-19 safety precautions, strict conditions of entry, and any project specific COVID-safe plans. Please note that some campus locations require vaccination and screening prior to entry.
The following students are not eligible for the program:
1. Ensure you have read the updated program information on this page
2. Check you meet the current eligibility criteria, including the scholarship terms and conditions
3. Gather your documents to demonstrate how you meet the eligibility criteria:
4. View the available projects and decide which projects you wish to apply for (at least 1 and up to 4).
5. Prepare your personal statements for each project to demonstrate:
6. Apply for the program, projects, and scholarship in a single online application.
Read the Program information
Email the Admissions, Pathways, Projects Team: firstname.lastname@example.org
Read the Scholarship information
Email the Scholarships Office: email@example.com
Please contact the project supervisor or relevant Education Support Officer.