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The School of Science, Information Technology and Engineering (SITE) support their students with a range of scholarships up to $12,000 undertaking the following programs. All domestic students who meet eligibility requirements are strongly encouraged to apply.
Scholarships applications for 2014 are now open - completed applications must be received by 5pm Friday 29 November 2013.
Applications must be submitted to:
School of Science, Information Technology and Engineering
University of Ballarat
PO Box 663,
Ballarat Vic 3352
tel. 03 5327 9770 | email: email@example.com
All students accepted into the Bachelor of Information Technology (Professional Practice) are automatically awarded this scholarship (separate application for this scholarship is not required). Students will receive a minimum of $35,500 in scholarships and salary as part of the program.
For further information - please refer to our Earn as You Learn webpage
These scholarships (two available) are awarded to women entering underyupgraduate Information Technology or Engineering programs with the highest ATAR score above 80.
This scholarship is awarded to men or women entering undergraduate Engineering programs with the highest ATAR score above 80.
This scholarship is awarded to men or women entering undergraduate Information Technology programs with the highest ATAR score above 80.
This scholarship is awarded to an applicant of indigenous descent* entering an undergraduate degree program in the School of Science, IT and Engineering with the highest ATAR score above 80.
*A student will be considered to be an Indigenous person for the purpose of the School of Science, IT and Engineering Scholarship where the person (a) is of Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent; and (b) identifies as an Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander; and (c) is accepted as an Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander in the community in which he/she lives or has lived.
These scholarships (up to six available) will be awarded to the applicant with the highest ATAR above 60 in each of the eligible School of SITE undergraduate programs, excluding Honours, who did not receive a SITE scholarship of a higher value.
These scholarships will be awarded to applicants entering an undergraduate degree program (including Honours programs), in the School of SITE, who did not receive a SITE scholarship of a higher value. Applications will be assessed on a case-by-case basis and awarded on the applicant's demonstrated financial need.
Students applying for an Equity scholarship must provide a brief case (no more than 500 words) to demonstrate their financial need.
Scholarship recipients will be determined by the School of Science, Information Technology and Engineering using a combination of student ATAR scores and/or supplementary supporting information as identified in the application form.
UB offers various university wide scholarships - please visit the UB Scholarships website for further details.
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.
Listed below are links to external scholarship opportunities that we have been alerted to - however, please note that by accessing these links you are exiting the UB website*.
* External site disclaimer: UB takes no responsibility for information contained on external links from this website. Views expressed by organisations on their own webpages or on external sites they link to are not necessarily those of UB.