See Further Information on this page for the application process.School of Chemical Engineering High Achiever Award UGCA1425
High School Leaver
UAC & EAS
$5,000 available for 1 year
No residency requirements
For commencement Term 1 2023
The School of Chemical Engineering High Achiever Award was established to encourage high school leavers to enrol in either Chemical Engineering or Industrial Chemistry in the School of Chemical Engineering.
To be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must:
Note: Applicants commencing the Bachelor of Science (Food Science and Technology) are not eligible for this scholarship.
A separate scholarship application for this Award is not required. Eligible applicants will be assessed on the basis of:
Other Engineering Scholarship Opportunities
|UNSW Engineering Rural Scholarships Program (UGCE1184)||Separate application required|
|UNSW Women in Engineering Scholarships Program (UGCE1400)||Separate application required|
|FH Reuter Undergraduate Scholarship in Food Science(UGCA1092)||Separate application required|
|School of Computer Science & Engineering Scholarships||No application required|
UNSW reserves the right not to award a scholarship, where there is no applicant of sufficient merit, or if the applicant does not meet the scholarship eligibility and/or selection criteria.
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