Transforming Futures Scholarship - Future Students
2023 Transforming Futures Scholarship - Future Students
Transforming Futures Scholarships are made possible through generous gifts from UOW alumni, staff and donors. These $3000 scholarships per year over duration of 3 years recognise the capacity in all students and seek to provide support to ensure students can participate in, and make the most of their higher education.
Transforming Futures Scholarships are awarded to students who have demonstrated need such as financial or social disadvantage. There are a range of criteria that are looked at in determining this need such as low income, family background, living in a rural or isolated region, having a permanent disability, being a recent migrant from a non-English speaking country, and Indigenous Australians.
GYPSY JONES TRANSFORMING FUTURES MEAL GRANTS
Gypsy Jones café, located on the UOW Wollongong Campus, provides fast affordable, healthy lunches, snacks and coffees in a chilled café setting. Gypsy Jones has generously established the Gypsy Jones Transforming Futures Meal Grants, which includes one complimentary meal at Gypsy Jones each week, for the duration of the first year of your studies. These meal grants will be awarded to the 2022 Transforming Futures Future Student Scholars, in accordance with the existing selection framework of the Transforming Futures Scholarships.
Applicants must ALSO submit an application via UAC Equity to be considered for this scholarship.
Open from 22/Jun/2022 to 09/Dec/2022
$3,000 per annum
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 and Law, Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences, Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health, Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
Applicants must be must be commencing study in 2023 as a first (1st) year undergraduate student at UOW (no previous enrolment at UOW);
Applicants must remain enrolled full-time at the University of Wollongong for the duration of the scholarship;
Applicants must demonstrate need such as financial and/or social disadvantage. Equity criteria include - but are not limited to - low income family background, living in a rural or isolated region, having a permanent disability, recently migrated from a non-English speaking country, Indigenous Australians, etc.;
Applicants must submit an application via UOW Scholarship and UAC Equity to be considered for this scholarship;
Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, New Zealand Citizen, Australian Permanent Resident or Australian Permanent Humanitarian Visa Holder
Applicants are required to submit a one page outline of how the scholarship will assist you in your career ambitions