Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Undergraduate Scholarships is offered by University of Sydney for students of Australia. Full details:
School(Institutions/ Country): University of Sydney | Australia
Level: Undergraduate Degree
Field(s): Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Deadline: 3 January 2014.
Funded By: University of Sydney, Australia
Beneficiaries(Target Groups): Scholarship is targeted for students of Australia.
‣ Award No: Not Specified
‣ Scholarship Duration: Scholarships are offered for a maximum of 3 years.
‣ Scholarship covers: The scholarship is valued at $1,500 per annum for a maximum of 3 years subject to satisfactory performance deemed to be a minimum of high credit average (70%) in each semester.
‣ The University of Sydney is a public Australian university in Sydney, New South Wales. The main campus spreads across the suburbs of Camperdown and Darlington on the southwestern outskirts of the Sydney CBD. Wikipedia
‣ Established in 1998 with the funding from the School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, the scholarships aim to encourage and assist students commencing the Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical & Biomolecular).
To be eligible for Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Undergraduate Scholarships, applicants must:
‣ Be an Australian citizen or permanent residents;
‣ Qualify to enter the Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical & Biomolecular) with an ATAR 95 or above in Semester 1 2014
Scholarship Application Method
‣ Applicants must complete an online scholarship application, and submit their Year 12 reports to the Scholarships Officer by the scholarship closing date 3 January 2014.
‣ Scholarship Applications are Due by 3 January 2014.
It is important to read the application guideline, and visit the official website (link found below) for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.
‣ Application forms and guidelines can be downloaded from the official website
You may also like
Scholarship Tags: 2014, Australia , biomolecular, Chemical, Engineering, scholarships, Undergraduate