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NEW Academic Achievement Entry Scholarships 2016!
Introducing a range of exciting new academic merit-based scholarships for incoming students commencing study in Semester 1, 2016.
We are pleased to announce a range of academic scholarships for new students commencing study with us in 2016.
What's on offer and how to apply
Full Degree Support Scholarship of $2000 per year (applicable for each year of study throughout the degree)
Open to all applicants.
- Bachelor of Environment OR Bachelor of Environment with the Bachelor of Laws (Combined degree program)
(One scholarship available per program category)
Commencing scholarship of $5000 (open to female student applicants only)
- Bachelor of Information Technology ORBachelor of Information Technology with the Bachelor of Laws (Combined degree program)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) ORBachelor of Engineering (Honours) with the Bachelor of Arts/ Commerce/ Science (Double degree program)
(One scholarship available per program category)
Full Degree Support Scholarships of $5000 per year (applicable for each year of study throughout the degree)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) ORBachelor of Engineering (Honours) with the Bachelor of Laws/ Arts/ Commerce/ Science (Double degree program)
(Four scholarships available)
To be eligible for these exciting Macquarie Science and Engineering Scholarships you must:
- Be a Year 12 student completing their Year 12 HSC* studies in 2015 and applying for tertiary study in 2016 through UAC (*NSW HSC or Australian matriculation equivalent)
- Achieve an ATAR entrance ranking score equal to or greater than 90
- Meet any other criteria required in your UAC application into the relevant Macquarie program
- Attain a GPA in your first year of studies of at least 3.2 to continue to receive the yearly scholarship amount
- Be available to commence studies at Macquarie University in Semester 1, 2016
- Have the Macquarie Degree Program listed as one of your top 4 UAC preferences at the post-ATAR results January 2016 UAC offer round
- Have completed and submitted the scholarship application form
How to apply
- At the moment you don’t have to do anything, other than to bookmark this webpage and continue to excel in your HSC studies and achieve strong academic results. Good luck!
- Following the conclusion of the HSC examination period we will update this page with an application form which you can fill out and submit online. (The application form will ask you to write a paragraph outlining why the Macquarie program you have applied for interests you).
- Just submit the form once you know your ATAR score and ensure at that time you have your preferred Macquarie Science and Engineering program listed amongst your Top 4 UAC preferences.
With luck your first exciting year as a Macquarie Science / Engineering student will be on us!
Application criteria may be subject to further refinement. Please visit this page to receive any future updates.
Winners of these exciting scholarships will be announced late-January 2016
- Only open to full-time enrolling students commencing their studies in first semester 2016.
- You cannot be awarded more than one of these scholarships, but you may apply for as many separate scholarships as you wish concurrently.
- To fulfil the obligations of the scholarship and receive the financial support you will need to be enrolled as a full- time student in the relevant Macquarie undergraduate degree program as of March 31, 2016.
- Eligibility criteria for continuing to receive our full program scholarships will relate to your Grade Point Average (GPA) performance in your studies once enrolled. Further information on GPA assessment in your program available upon enrolment.
- Current recipients of other Macquarie University academic scholarships for 2016 study are ineligible for these Science and Engineering scholarships.
General scholarship opportunities
Comprehensive information on university scholarships for undergraduate students can be found on the scholarships for undergraduate students page.
Macquarie University offers a wide range of scholarships that not only generously reward students who have demonstrated academic excellence, there are also a wide range of equity scholarships. Each year Macquarie University awards over $2 million in scholarships. In addition to the University scholarships many faculties also provide scholarships for students.