The Scholarship for Eurobodalla Shire Public School Students
The Scholarship for Eurobodalla Shire Public School Students 2023
This scholarship was established to assist disadvantaged students from Eurobodalla Shire public schools to attend the Wollongong campus on a full-time basis. Financial assistance will cover the full cost of on-campus accommodation for the duration of the successful applicant's degree (up to three years).
The scholarship is funded by the Allan Rutherford family of Batemans Bay, who is a great supporter of public education. They have a lifelong passion for access and equity in full-time education.
Applicants must submit an application viaUAC Equityas well as a UOW Scholarship application to be considered for this scholarship.
Open from 22/Sep/2022 to 12/Jan/2023
$16,000 per annum
Up to three (3) years
Level of Enrolment
Year of Scholarship
Open to any undergraduate degree
Broad Study Area
Arts & International Studies, Business, Creative Arts, Education, Engineering, Graduate Medicine, Health & Medicine, Information & Communications Technology, Law, Mathematics & Statistics, Media, Communications & Journalism, Physics, Psychology, Science
Faculty of Business, Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences, Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts, Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health, Faculty of Social Sciences
Applicants must be commencing full-time enrollment for their first (1st) year of any undergraduate degree at the UOW Wollongong Campus in 2023
Applicants must remain enrolled for the duration of the scholarship at Wollongong Campus;
Applicants must have nominated to reside within a UOW Accommodation Facility for their first year of study (2023), and remain within UOW Accommodation for the duration of the scholarship;
Applicants must demonstrate financial need. UOW also takes into consideration the following forms of educational disadvantage and applicant attributes when awarding equity scholarships: carer responsibilities; English language difficulty; long-term medical condition/disability or ongoing effects of abuse; regional or remote disadvantage; sole parent responsibilities; refugee status and Indigenous Australians.
Applicants must originate from the Eurobodalla Shire;
Applicants must have attended and recently completed their HSC at Batemans Bay, Narooma, Ulladulla or Moruya High School;
Applicants must be an Australian Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, New Zealand Citizen, Australian Permanent Resident or Australian Permanent Humanitarian Visa Holder.or Australian Permanent Resident.
Applicants must have a demonstrated history of engaging with their local community though paid or voluntary activities, outlined in their resume.
Applicants must be willing to engage with the University community though extracurricular activities, learning and development and/or career services.
Applicants must be willing to engage with the scholarship Sponsor(s) regularly via informal face to face meetings or written communication, for the purpose of demonstrating the impact that the scholarship has had on their personal and academic success.
Successful applicants must maintain a minimum Weighted Average Mark (WAM) of 50
Applicants must provide a 1-2 page statement outlining community involvement plans to engage with the University community, and how the scholarship will assist with your career ambitions.