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School of Engineering, Information Technology and Physical Sciences

Scholarships

Undergraduate scholarships

For students applying to commence in 2022

The School of Engineering, Information Technology and Physical Sciences supports their students with a range of scholarships valued up to $20,000 for students undertaking the following programs. All students who meet eligibility requirements are strongly encouraged to apply. Applications close on February 18, 2022

Please visit the scholarships website for details of other scholarship opportunities.

Scholarships available

IBM Professional Practice (Prof Prac) Scholarships

– from a minimum of $42,000 (a combination of scholarship funds and paid employment)

All students accepted into the Bachelor of Information Technology (Professional Practice) are automatically awarded this scholarship. Students will receive approximately $42,000 in scholarships as part of the program.

We respect that many people have been affected by the COVID 19 pandemic and that this might affect academic performance. In recognition of this impact, we invite all interested students, irrespective of ATAR outcome,  to apply for our scholarships.

Women in Information Technology/Women in Engineering Scholarships - $12,000

These scholarships (two available) are awarded to women entering undergraduate information technology or engineering programs with the highest ATAR score above 80. The scholarship value is a maximum of $12,000.

Engineering Scholarship $12,000

This scholarship is awarded to the top entering undergraduate student in an Engineering program with the highest ATAR score above 80. The scholarship value is a maximum of 12,000.

Information Technology Scholarship $12,000

This scholarship is awarded to the top entering undergraduate student in an information technology program with the highest ATAR score above 80. The scholarship value is a maximum of 12,000. (excluding honours)

Geoscience Scholarship $12,000

This scholarship is awarded to the top entering undergraduate student into the Geoscience program with the highest ATAR score above 80. The scholarship value is a maximum of 12,000. (excluding honours)

Bachelor of Science (Honours) Scholarships - $3,000 (two available)

These scholarships will be awarded to applicants from the School of Engineering, Information Technology and Physical Sciences entering the Bachelor of Science (Honours) program. Applications will be assessed and awarded to the highest achieving students according to their academic performance within their undergraduate degree.

FedExcellence Scholarship $5,000

This scholarship will be directed to high achieving commencing students with ATAR 85+

FedSuccess Relocation Grant $5,000

Commencing undergraduate and postgraduate students, relocating to a regional campus greater than 90 mins (via public transport) from their home residence.

FedSTEM Women Scholarship $4000

Awarded to women entering undergraduate STEM programs with the highest ATAR score above 80

FedIgnite Scholarship – Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) $4000

Awarded to commencing students in the following courses, full details on our website:

  • B. Cognitive Enterprise
  • B. Occupational Therapy (Hons)
  • B. Secondary Education
  • B. Sustainable Food Systems
  • B. Psychological Science
  • B. Engineering (Hons)

FedIndustry Scholarship for Bachelor of IT (Professional Practice)

Visit our Scholarships website to learn more.

https://federation.smapply.io/prog/fedindustry_scholarship/

Other scholarship opportunities

FedUni offers various university wide scholarships, including Foundation Scholarships. Please visit the scholarships website for further details, and how to apply.

External organisations also offer scholarship opportunities from time to time (for example the Asthma Foundation) - make sure you research major organisations relating to your field of study for potential scholarships.

Disclaimer: The University reserves the right not to offer all of the scholarships available.