Advertised Bursaries


Advertised bursary applications for 2016 are now OPEN and close 1 July 2016.

Important information about applying for Advertised Bursaries in 2016

  • Applications open 23 May 2016 and close 1 July 2016.
  • Only one application may be submitted so please read all the information on this page carefully before commencing your application.
  • If eligible, you may apply for multiple bursaries in your application.
  • All the information you need to apply is available on this page.
  • Bursary assistance is intended to cover essential living and study related expenses. It will not be provided under any circumstances to cover the cost of overseas travel, fines or tuition fees.
  • Unless otherwise indicated, all of the listed bursaries are awarded on the basis of financial need, your personal statement, and academic merit. Academic merit means average marks at a credit level or higher, gained in courses at this University. There are exceptions for some bursaries which have specific criteria as detailed in the descriptions below.
  • Some Advertised Bursaries are open to students in all faculties, others to students in a particular faculty. You will not be able to apply for bursaries for faculties you are not enrolled in.
  • Students currently enrolled in two faculties may only have bursaries for one of their faculties displayed. If you wish to apply for bursaries for the other faculty use the Personal Statement area of the application to list the bursaries and provide a statement regarding your eligibility. if you need more advice in relation to this.
  • Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.
  • All bursaries and scholarships are offered subject to funding being available.

Who can apply?

  • Domestic, full-time, undergraduate and postgraduate students who are Australian citizens or permanent residents. Exceptions are:
  • Students who are part-time because of a disability and are in receipt of the Disability Support Pension (DSP).
  • Students who are part-time, not in receipt of the Disability Support Pension (DSP) and unable to undertake full-time study due to a disability are eligible to apply for the Chancellor's Committee Disability Bursary.

How to apply

Advice for completing your 2016 application:

  • Read the detailed information below before you commence your application and only apply for bursaries for which you are eligible.
  • Some bursaries require supporting documents, which is clearly indicated, under the relevant bursaries below. Failure to upload your supporting documents will result in you not being assessed for that particular bursary. You do not need to upload academic transcripts.
  • You can only submit one application and you will not be able to return to your application to update it once it has been submitted.
  • Application will be through your Student Portal. Log in to MyUni, then click on the Sydney Student icon on the left side of the page.
  • Go to the My Finance tab at the top of the page then click on Scholarships, Prizes, Bursaries and Loans.
  • Under the Applications Tab, click on the Advertised Bursary Application and follow the prompts.
  • When the application is complete please read the declaration and click SUBMIT.

How will I find out the outcome of my 2016 application?

It will take up to 8 weeks after the closing date for Advertised Bursary applications to be processed. You will receive a message to your Sydney Student portal intray advising you of the outcome. If successful, you will be advised to formally accept the award and confirm or update your bank details in Sydney Student. The bursary assistance will be deposited into your bank account within the following 1-4 weeks.

Other Options

If your application is unsuccessful, or if you are in financial need now, you are encouraged to apply for other financial support.

Details of Advertised Bursaries

All Advertised bursaries are listed below by category.

Awards for all Faculties

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The Ruth Marion Fardell Bursary

Established in 2007 by a donation from Miss Joyce Fardell in memory of her mother Ruth Marion Fardell.

The Ruth Marion Fardell Bursary is open to:

1. Australian citizens or permanent residents; who
2. are full time undergraduate students enrolled in any Faculty of the University; and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties; and
4. are permanent users of a wheelchair.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $5,000 and is a one-off payment.

Applicants are required to provide medical evidence, in the form of a letter from a doctor, that they are permanent user of a wheelchair.
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Reverend C.A. White Bursary

Established in 1954 by a bequest of £1,000 from Reverend C.A. White.

The Reverend C.A. White Bursary is open to:

1. Full time male domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in any Faculty of the University; who
2. have been accepted as a candidate for the Ministry of the Presbyterian Church; and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.

Applicants are required to provide evidence that they have been accepted as a candidate for the Ministry of the Presbyterian Church.
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The George and Margaret Shirbin Bursary

Established in 1922 by a bequest of £2,000 pounds from Mrs M.A. Dalley

The George and Margaret Shirbin Bursary is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in any Faculty of the University; who
2. are a child/descendent of a soldier who served in the Australian Imperial Forces in the Great War; and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties; or
4. in the event there is no candidate with financial need, to an eligible soldier or descendent of an eligible soldier.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Preference will be given to descendents of a soldier who lost his life on Active Service in War.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.

Applicants need to demonstrate that they are eligible for this award. A statutory declaration, submitted with the application, which gives the name and details of the soldier and the line of descent, is acceptable.
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Jean D. Foley Bursary

Established in 1983 with funds received following an appeal to former bursary holders. The University decided to use donations received to establish a bursary to be known as the Jean D. Foley Bursary as a tribute to Lady Foley's service to the University.

The Jean D. Foley Bursary is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate students enrolled in any Faculty of the University; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $500 and is a one-off payment.
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Maurice Alexander Bursary

Established in 1874 by a gift of £1,000 by Mrs Maurice Alexander for the endowment of a bursary in memory of her husband.

The Maurice Alexander Bursary is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate students enrolled in any Faculty of the University;
2. whose parents are not residents of Sydney; and
3. are residing in University affiliated accommodation; and
4. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.

Applicants should provide evidence that their parents are not residents of Sydney.
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Burdekin Bursary

Established in 1876 by a gift of £1,000 by Mrs Burdekin for the foundation of a bursary.

The Burdekin Bursary is open to:

1. Australian citizens or permanent residents from a regional/rural area; who are
2. full time undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in any Faculty of the University; and
3. residing in University affiliated accommodation; and
4. experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.

Applicants should provide evidence that they are from a regional/rural area
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Marie Bashir Chancellor's Committee Postgraduate Merit Award

Established in 2012 with funding provided by The University of Sydney Chancellor's Committee to support further postgraduate coursework (Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Masters by coursework) study by students who come from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds.

The Marie Bashir Chancellor's Committee Postgraduate Merit Award is open to:

1. Full time domestic postgraduate coursework students enrolled in any Faculty of the University who have completed their undergraduate degree at the University of Sydney; and
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Preference will be given to students who were in receipt of a University of Sydney Access Scholarship, while undertaking their undergraduate studies.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $3,000 and is a one-off payment.
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The Chancellor’s Committee Disability Bursary

Established in 2014, The Chancellor’s Committee Disability Bursaries are funded by The Chancellor’s Committee to support undergraduate students who are unable to undertake a full time study load due to their disability.

The Chancellor’s Committee Disability Bursary is open to:

1. Part time domestic undergraduate students unable to undertake a full-time study load due to their disability; who
2. are registered with Disability Services at the University of Sydney; and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $2,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Bernard Lee Scholarship for Blind Students

Established in 2004 by a bequest of $816,000 from Mr Bernard Lee, who died in 1997, to provide assistance to blind students.

The Bernard Lee Scholarship for the Blind is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in any Faculty of the University; who
2. are blind; and
3. aged less than 35 years

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $5,000 and is a one-off payment.

Applicants must be registered with Disability Services or provide a letter of confirmation of blindness from the Royal Blind Society.
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Robert Campbell Scholarship

Established in 1922 by a bequest of £2,000 from Lt-Col. Francis Selwyn Campbell to establish a scholarship for commencing students in financial need in memory of his parents.

The Robert Campbell and Ann Sophia Campbell Scholarship is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate students enrolled in any Faculty of the University; who
2. are commencing their first year of an undergraduate degree; and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Apply

Awards for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) Students


Confirmation of ATSI status will be verified by ATSI Student Support Services or by providing documents as per the Confirmation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Identity Policy 2015.
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Bernard Lee Scholarship for Aboriginal Students

Established in 2004 by a bequest of $816,000 from Mr Bernard Lee, who died in 1997, to provide assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

The Bernard Lee Scholarship for Aboriginal Australians is open to:

1. Full time domestic Aboriginal undergraduate students enrolled in any Faculty of the University; who
2. are aged less than 35 years; and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $5,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Robert Floyd Marshall & Esen Marshall Memorial Scholarship

Established in 2005 by a bequest from Esen Marshall to provide assistance to Aboriginal students.

The Robert Floyd Marshall and Esen Marshall Memorial Scholarship is open to:

1. Full time Aboriginal undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in any Faculty of the University; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Successful applicants accepting this award are also acknowledging "that it is the wish of the benefactors that, should the benefits received assist me to succeed in life, I will endeavour to assist other financially under-privileged persons in similar fashion."

The value of the bursary is up to $3,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Poppy Harris Bursary

Established in 2005 by a bequest from the late Ms Poppy Harris to provide assistance to Aboriginal Students.

The Poppy Harris Bursary is open to:

1. Full time Aboriginal undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in any Faculty of the University; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Alice Mary Wingrove Bursary

Established in 1964 by a bequest of £500 from Alice Mary Wingrove to provide assistance to Aboriginal students.

The Alice Mary Wingrove Bursary is open to:

1. Full time domestic Aboriginal undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in any Faculty of the University; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Chancellor's Committee Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students Bursary

Established in 1999 by the Chancellor's Committee of the University of Sydney to provide financial assistance for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

The Chancellor's Committee Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students Bursary is open to:

1. Full time undergraduate or undergraduate diploma Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students enrolled in any Faculty of the University; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $2,000 and is a one-off payment.
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The University of Sydney Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Support Award

Funded by the University of Sydney the purpose of this award is to provide financial assistance to undergraduate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

The University of Sydney Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Support Award is open to:

1. Full time undergraduate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students enrolled in an undergraduate degree; including diplomas (undergraduate); who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.
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The University of Sydney Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Postgraduate Award

Funded by the University of Sydney the purpose of this award is to provide financial assistance to Postgraduate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

The University of Sydney Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Postgraduate Award is open to:

1. Full time, postgraduate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $2,000 and is a one-off payment.
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University of Sydney Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students Conference Assistance

The purpose of this award is to to provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students the opportunity to broaden their knowledge and expertise in their chosen discipline by providing assistance to attend conferences, workshops or seminars.

The University of Sydney Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Conference Assistance Bursary is open to:

1. Full time, undergraduate and postgraduate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties; and
3. are attending a conference, workshop or seminar related to their discipline.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Priority will be given to students who present a paper at a conference.

The value of the bursary is up to $2,000 and is a one-off payment.

Applicants are required to provide documents confirming conference registration.
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The Australian Aborigines Scholarship

Established in 1966 from an anonymous donation of $1,000, being the first of five annual donations.

The Australian Aborigines Scholarship is available to:

1. Full time, undergraduate and postgraduate Aboriginal students; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Confirmation of ATSI status will be verified by ATSI Student Support Services or by providing documents as per the Confirmation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Identity Policy 2015.

Apply

Awards for First Year Students

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Robert Campbell Scholarship

Established in 1922 by a bequest of £2,000 pounds from Lt-Col. Francis Selwyn Campbell to establish a scholarship for commencing students in financial need in memory of his parents.

The Robert Campbell and Ann Sophia Campbell Scholarship is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate students enrolled in any Faculty of the University; who
2. are commencing their first year of an undergraduate degree; and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Apply

Awards for Students with a Disability

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The Ruth Marion Fardell Bursary

Established in 2007 by a donation from Miss Joyce Fardell in memory of her mother Ruth Marion Fardell.

The Ruth Marion Fardell Bursary is open to:

1. Australian Citizens or permanent residents; who
2. are full time undergraduate students enrolled in any Faculty of the University; and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties; and
4. are permanent users of a wheelchair.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $5,000 and is a one-off payment

Applicants are required to provide medical evidence, in the form of a letter from a doctor, that they are permanent user of a wheelchair.
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The Chancellor’s Committee Disability Bursary

Established in 2014, The Chancellor’s Committee Disability Bursaries are funded by The Chancellor’s Committee to support undergraduate students who are unable to undertake a full time study load due to their disability.

The Chancellor’s Committee Disability Bursary is open to:

1. Part time domestic undergraduate students unable to undertake a full time study load due to their disability; who
2. are registered with Disability Services at the University of Sydney; and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $2,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Bernard Lee Scholarship for Blind Students

Established in 2004 by a bequest of $816,000 from Mr Bernard Lee, who died in 1997, to provide assistance to blind students.

The Bernard Lee Scholarship for the Blind is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in any Faculty of the University; who
2. are blind; and
3. aged less than 35 years.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $5,000 and is a one-off payment.

Applicants must be registered with Disability Services or provide a letter of confirmation of blindness from the Royal Blind Society.
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Apply

Faculty of Agriculture and Environment


Nil specifically for this Faculty available at present.

Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning

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Faculty of Architecture Students Bursary

Established in 2000 with a contribution from a donor, with ongoing funding provided by the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning Alumni Association.

The Faculty of Architecture Students Bursary is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Architecture; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Levey and Alexander Endowment

Established in 1879 with a gift of £1,000 by Mrs Maurice Alexander for the purpose of an endowment in memory of her parents, Isaac and Dinah Levey, and of her husband, Maurice Alexander.

The Levey and Alexander Endowment is open to:

1. Full time domestic male postgraduate students enrolled in the Sydney Medical School or Faculty of Law or Faculty of Architecture or Faculty of Engineering; who
2. have completed a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Sydney; and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Preference with be given to Honours graduates applicants.

The value of the bursary is up to $2,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Apply

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

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Lady Galleghan Scholarship

Established in 2004 by a bequest of $318,000 from the Estate of the late Lady Persia Galleghan.

The Lady Galleghan Scholarship is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Arts; who
2. are currently studying Australian or English Literature; and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Preference will be given to Australian Literature students.

The value of the bursary is up to $2,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Badham Bursaries

Established in 1886 by a gift of £1,000 from subscribers to the Badham Memorial Fund for the foundation of a bursary in memory of Professor Charles Badham, DD, Professor of Classics, and last Resident Principal of the University.

The Badham Bursary is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Arts; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Apply

Faculty of Dentistry

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John Spencer Nolan Bursary

Established in 1983 by an endowment from Miss Edna Spencer-Nolan to establish bursaries in the Faculty of Dentistry in memory of her father, John Spencer Nolan, who practised dentistry in New South Wales from about 1890 until the early 1930s.

The John Spencer Nolan Bursary is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Dentistry; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $2,500 and is a one-off payment.
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The Waterman Scholarship

Established in 2011, funded by a donation made by Mrs Jenny Parramore in memory of her parents, Willem and Leni Waterman.

The Waterman Scholarship is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Dentistry; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Preference will be given to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and students providing evidence of prior or current involvement in community activity.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Assessment to determine the successful applicant will be conducted jointly between the Financial Support Service and the Faculty of Dentistry.

The value of the bursary is up to $12,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Schweitzer Scholarship

Established in 2011 by a bequest from the late Emilie Marguerite Schweitzer in memory of her late husband Friedrich A Schweitzer, a graduate of the Bachelor of Dentistry.

The Schweitzer Scholarship is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Dentistry; who
2. are enrolled in their final year of the University of Sydney Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) or Bachelor of Oral Health (BOH); and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Assessment to determine the successful applicant will be conducted jointly between the Financial Support Service and the Faculty of Dentistry with successful applicants details provided to the Trustee.

The value of the bursary is up to $6,000 and is a one-off payment.
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The William & Edith Burrows Bursary

Established in 1960 by a donation from Miss Elsie Emily Margaret Ockenden for the establishment of a bursary to be called the William and Edith Burrows Bursary. In 1971 further William and Edith Burrows Bursaries were established as a result of a specific provision made in the estate of Miss Elsie Emily Margaret Ockenden.

The William and Edith Burrows Bursary is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Dentistry; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Assessment to determine the successful applicant will be conducted jointly between the Financial Support Service and the Faculty of Dentistry with successful applicants details provided to the Trustee.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,500 and is a one-off payment.
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Apply

Faculty of Education and Social Work

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The Stanley and Ivy Tipper Trust

Established in 2011 through a bequest from the late Beryl Mary Bubacz.

The Stanley & Ivy Tipper Trust is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Education and Social Work; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties due to sickness or loss of employment.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $5,000 and is a one-off payment.

Applicants should demonstrate they are experiencing financial difficulties due to sickness or loss of employment. This can be shown in the personal statement section and/or through supporting documentation.
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Apply

Faculty of Engineering & Information Technologies

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J N Ellis Bursary

The J N Ellis Bursary is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $500 and is a one-off payment.
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Moya Jean Crane Scholarship

Established in 2011 by a bequest to the University from the late Moya Jean Crane.

The Moya Jean Crane Scholarship is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Science or Faculty of Engineering; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $6,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Levey and Alexander Endowment

Established in 1879 with a gift of £1,000 by Mrs Maurice Alexander for the purpose of an endowment in memory of her parents, Isaac and Dinah Levey, and of her husband, Maurice Alexander.

The Levey and Alexander Endowment is open to:

1. Full time domestic male postgraduate students enrolled in the Sydney Medical School or Faculty of Law or Faculty of Architecture or Faculty of Engineering; who
2. have completed a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Sydney; and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Preference with be given to Honours graduates applicants.

The value of the bursary is up to $2,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Apply

Sydney Busines School


Nil specifically for this Faculty available at present.

Sydney Law School

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Levey and Alexander Endowment

Established in 1879 with a gift of £1,000 by Mrs Maurice Alexander for the purpose of an endowment in memory of her parents, Isaac and Dinah Levey, and of her husband, Maurice Alexander.

The Levey and Alexander Endowment is open to:

1. Full time domestic male postgraduate students enrolled in the Sydney Medical School or Faculty of Law or Faculty of Architecture or Faculty of Engineering; who
2. have completed a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Sydney; and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Preference with be given to Honours graduates applicants.

The value of the bursary is up to $2,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Apply

Sydney Medical School

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Sydney Medical School Dean's Scholarships

Funded by the Sydney Medical School.

The Sydney Medical School Dean's Scholarship is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Sydney Medical School; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Assessment to determine the successful applicant will be conducted jointly between the Financial Support Service and the Medical School.

The value of the bursary is up to $5,000 and is a one-off payment.
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The Dorothy Greening Scholarship

Established in 2007 to honour the commitment to the well being of medical students by Dr. Billie Greening, an alumna of the University of Sydney who experienced financial challenges herself whilst studying.

The Dorothy Greening Scholarship is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Sydney Medical School; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Assessment to determine the successful applicant will be conducted jointly between the Financial Support Service and the Medical School.

The value of the bursary is up to $4,500 and is a one-off payment.
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Lily Lonnie Boot Bursary

Established in 1995 by a bequest from Miss Lily Lonnie Boot, a 1935 Science graduate.

The Lily Lonnie Boot Bursary is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Science or in the Sydney Medical School; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties; and
3. are self-supporting students.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Norman John Dunlop Bursary

Established in 1941 by a bequest of £20,000 from Mrs. Blanche Dunlop, widow of Dr. Norman John Dunlop, who graduated MB ChM in 1896 in the University of Sydney.

The Norman John Dunlop Bursary is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Science or in the Sydney Medical School; who
2. are of British parentage of the Protestant Faith; and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $5,000 and is a one-off payment.

Applicants are required to provide evidence of British parentage and Protestant faith.
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E M (Mary) Gilder Scholarship

Established in 1997 by a donation from Dorothy Gilder in memory of her sister Dr. Mary Gilder who graduated BSc in 1943 and MBBS (Honours) in 1959, despite suffering the effects of polio from the age of six years.

The E M (Mary) Gilder Scholarship is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Sydney Medical School; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Assessment to determine the successful applicant will be conducted jointly between the Financial Support Service and the Medical School.

The value of the bursary is up to $6,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Struth Bursary

Established in 1883 by a gift of £1,000 from John Struth.

The Struth Bursary is open to:

1. All full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Sydney Medical School; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Esma May Harris Scholarship

Established in 1989 by a bequest from Albert Langmead Harris in memory of his wife, Esma May Harris.

The Esma May Harris Scholarship is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Sydney Medical School; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Assessment to determine the successful applicant will be conducted jointly between the Financial Support Service and the Medical School.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Henry Wait Bursary

Established in 1900 by a bequest of £1,000 from Henry Wait of Redfern.

The Henry Wait Bursary is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Sydney Medical School; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Levey and Alexander Endowment

Established in 1879 with a gift of £1,000 by Mrs Maurice Alexander for the purpose of an endowment in memory of her parents, Isaac and Dinah Levey, and of her husband, Maurice Alexander.

The Levey and Alexander Endowment is open to:

1. Full time domestic male postgraduate students enrolled in the Sydney Medical School or Faculty of Law or Faculty of Architecture or Faculty of Engineering; who
2. have completed a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Sydney; and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Preference with be given to Honours graduates applicants.

The value of the bursary is up to $2,000 and is a one-off payment.
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The Josh Woolfson Scholarship

Established in 2012 by a gift from Mrs. B.E. Woolfson.

The Josh Woolfson Scholarship is open to:

1. Full time domestic students enrolled in their final year of the Doctor of Medicine program; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Assessment to determine the successful applicant will be conducted jointly between the Financial Support Service and the Medical School.

The value of the bursary is up to $6,000 and is a one-off payment.
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The Margaret D Tyrrell Scholarship

Established in 2012 by a gift from Dr. Margaret D. Tyrell.

The Margaret D. Tyrell Scholarship is open to:

1. Full time domestic students enrolled in the Doctor of Medicine Program; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Assessment to determine the successful applicant will be conducted jointly between the Financial Support Service and the Medical School.

The value of the bursary is up to $5,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Sydney Nursing School


Nil specifically for this Faculty available at present.

Faculty of Science

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Lily Lonnie Boot Bursary

Established in 1995 by a bequest from Miss Lily Lonnie Boot, a 1935 Science graduate.

The Lily Lonnie Boot Bursary is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Science or in the Sydney Medical School; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties; and
3. are self-supporting students.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Norman John Dunlop Bursary

Established in 1941 by a bequest of £20,000 from Mrs. Blanche Dunlop, widow of Dr. Norman John Dunlop, who graduated MB ChM in 1896 in the University of Sydney.

The Norman John Dunlop Bursary is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Science or in the Sydney Medical School; who
2. are of British parentage of the Protestant Faith; and
3. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $5,000 and is a one-off payment.

Applicants are required to provide evidence of British parentage and Protestant faith.
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Moya Jean Crane Scholarship

Established in 2011 by a bequest to the University from the late Moya Jean Crane.

The Moya Jean Crane Scholarship is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Science or Faculty of Engineering; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $6,000 and is a one-off payment.
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Faculty of Veterinary Science

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Dr Don Lamond Fund

Established in 1979 in memory of the late Dr. D. R. Lamond, a graduate of the Faculty of Veterinary Science.

The Dr Don Lamond Fund is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Veterinary Science, other than first year students; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

Preference will be given to students in second and third years.

The value of the bursary is up to $400 and is a one-off payment.
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Tomas Julius Szigethy Bursary

Established In 1995 by a bequest from Miklos Tamas Szigethy to establish a bursary in memory of his late brother Tomas Julius Szigethy.

The Tomas Julius Szigethy Bursary is open to:

1. Full time domestic undergraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Veterinary Science; who
2. are experiencing financial difficulties.

Academic merit will be a factor in the assessment of award.

The value of the bursary is up to $1,000 and is a one-off payment.
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