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Division of Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment postgraduate scholarships and grants

Scholarships for continuing studentsContinuing Students Scholarships for new studentsNew Students Scholarships for indigenous studentsAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students
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Scholarship name Discipline area Value Contact Who can apply
Brett Fritsch Memorial Occupational Health and Safety Grant Occupational Health and Safety Management $1,000 Academic Services Officer Scholarships for continuing studentsHighAchiever
Hubs and Spokes Engineering Internship Grant Work Placement $15,000 Gail Jackman Scholarships for continuing students
Surveying SA Scholarship Surveying $5,000 Danijela Prso Scholarships for new studentsScholarships for economically disadvantaged studentsScholarships for rural students HighAchiever

Please note: Scholarships and Grants are subject to change and are awarded based on conditions current at the time of award.


Brett Fritsch Memorial Occupational Health and Safety Grant

The Brett Fritsch Memorial Occupational Health and Safety Grant has been established by Charmaine Ferraro in memory of her son, Brett Fritsch, who tragically lost his life in an industrial accident in 2010.

The grant is available to students enrolled in the Graduate Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety Management (IGOY) or the Master of Occupational Health and Safety (IMOY).

To be eligible, applicants must complete a brief written statement (maximum 500 words) outlining their career goals and future plans and how the grant will help them achieve their ambitions. The statement should also outline their occupational health and safety philosophy and the nature of any thesis/project to be undertaken.

Applicants must be Australian citizens or Permanent Residents of Australia.

Applicants will be assessed on the basis of a personal written statement and academic merit (Grade Point Average).

Preference will be given to applicants who reside in South Australia, are employed in the construction sector and demonstrate a real passion and commitment to the field of occupational health and safety.

Value: $1,000

For more information contact:
Academic Services Officer
School of Engineering
Tel: (08) 8302 3940
Email: Sch-ENG.Enquiries@unisa.edu.au

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Hubs and Spokes Engineering Internship Grant

This grant is available to eligible students undertaking the course Structured Engineering Work Placement (EEET 5139).

Students undertaking the course will be eligible to receive $15,000, payable in fortnightly incremental instalments by 30 June.

Within 3 months of the completion of the placement the student must present to the Commonwealth a report, consisting of an executive summary, aim of the research, methodology used and the results of the research, including an analysis of the results.

Value: $15,000 payable in fortnightly incremental instalments by 30 June.

For more information contact:
Gail Jackman
Industry Liaison Manager
Division of Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment
Room: SCT2-12 Mawson Lakes SA 5095
Tel: (08) 8302 6327
Email: gail.jackman@unisa.edu.au

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Surveying SA Scholarship

In 2009, Surveying SA was formed with representatives from the Surveyors Board of South Australia (SBSA) Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI), Spatial Industries Business Association (SIBA) and University of South Australia (UniSA) with the aim of increasing the number of Licensed Surveyors in South Australia and ensuring the continuity of surveying tertiary studies in the State. The Surveying SA Scholarships have been established to assist four full-time students commencing the Master of Surveying program offered by the School of Natural and Built Environments.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must be Australian citizens or Permanent Residents. Applicants must provide a personal written statement detailing their career objectives and how the scholarship will assist in achieving their goals. Applicants may be given special consideration if they can demonstrate in their written statement: academic merit, financial disadvantage or that they have a rural background. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend an interview.

The selection panel will give preference to applicants who have previously received the Surveying SA Laptop Grant.

Value: $5,000 payable over two years. $2,500 will be paid each year in two instalments of $1,250 after the SP2 and SP5 census dates, provided they maintain satisfactory academic progress.

For more information contact:
Miss Danijela Prso
Academic Services Officer
School of Natural and Built Environments
Tel: (08) 8302 1142
Email: danijela.prso@unisa.edu.au 

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