We believe in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation at every level of our study, work and research.
We offer support for Indigenous students at many levels, including financial support through scholarships.
For those of you in Years 11 and 12, you might be interested in attending the Indigenous Australian Engineering Summer School, an annual event established by Engineering Aid Australia and hosted by the University of Sydney in January.
Please note: the scholarships below require completing an online application. The online application process requires Adobe Flash, and for a trouble-free application, we recommend using Google Chrome, particularly if you are using an Apple Macintosh.)
|Biomedical Industry Partner Leadership Scholarship|
|Open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who qualify and subsequently enrol into an undergraduate Biomedical Engineering program in the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies to commence in Semester 1 2016.
Please note, when applying for this scholarship, you will need to provide:
Terms and conditions
|$18,000 p.a. for a maximum of four years
||Friday 9 October 2015|
Campus Infrastructure Services Scholarship In Project Management Leadership
All prospective students of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent who qualify to enter and enrol into a Bachelor of Project Management program in the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies at the University of Sydney, and commence in Semester 1, 2016.
|$18,000 p.a. for Up to three years||Monday 19 October 2015|
Undergraduate Scholarship In Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineering
Open to undergraduate students who are Australian citizens or Australian permanent residents from a low socio economic background or of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, who are expecting to qualify in their final year of schooling to enter and enrol into the Bachelor of Engineering degree aeronautical/aerospace program with an ATAR of 95 and above. Preference will also be given to rural EAS students.
|$6,000 p.a. for Up to four years||Friday 9 October 2015|