Scholarships

For information on scholarships for students applying to study next year, please visit the Faculty of Engineering and IT Scholarships page.

Scholarships and prizes for current students

Name

Value (pa)

Number

Brief description

Allan Bromley Prize

$880

1

Established in 2002 by the School of Information Technologies, friends and colleagues to commemorate the life and work of Associate Professor Allan Bromley, this prize is awarded annually to the student who achieves the highest mark for an honours thesis, provided that the candidate's work is of sufficient merit.

Appen Butler Hill Scholarship for Excellence in Computational Linguistics

$2500

1

The prize will be awarded to the top student undertaking an Honours project in Computational Linguistics within the School of Information Technologies, who is enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons), Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology (Hons), BCST (Advanced) (Hons), Bachelor of Science (Hons) in IT or Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in IT. The prize will be awarded on the basis of merit based on AAM. The prize will be available every year for a total of 5 years.

G.S. Caird Scholarship (in Computer Science)

$1500

1 (for 1 year)

Awarded for proficiency in Intermediate Computer Science. The scholar is required to attend Senior Computer Science during tenure of the scholarship.

The Google Australia Prize for Excellence in Computer Science

$1000

1

To encourage high achieving students in the computer science stream in the Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) to undertake honours studies.  The prize will be awarded annually to a third year student with the most outstanding performance in the computer science stream of the BIT who have achieved a distinction average over the first 3 years of full-time candidature in BIT, and is progressing to an honours year.  The prize cannot be shared.

Ian Jackson Memorial Prize

$110

1

Awarded for proficiency in senior (third year) computer science, provided that the work is of sufficient merit.

Microsoft Research Asia Prize for Junior Software Development Projects

$230

1 (Group)

Established in 2006 by a donation from Microsoft Research Asia to recognize excellence in junior software development. Awarded annually to the students in the group that is judged to have produced the best system. The prize may be shared.

Microsoft Research Asia Prize for Senior Software Development Projects

$960

1 (Group)

Awarded to the students in the group judged to have produced the best system among those carried out in senior project units involving software development.

Microsoft Research Asia Prize for Multimedia Technologies

$480

1

Awarded to the student with the most outstanding performance in senior UoS in the field of multimedia technologies, provided the work is of sufficient merit.

Professor John Rosenberg Prize for Excellence in Computer Science

$700

1

The prize will be awarded to the student with the most outstanding performance in senior systems units of study.