Does UNSW offer scholarships to study Mining Engineering?
There is a large number of scholarships available to students in the undergraduate mining program. There are also scholarships that encourage students to undertake study in any engineering program.
Some of the major scholarships offered to students in mining engineering include:
- The UNSW Co-Op Program.
- The Faculty of Engineering Rural Scholarships Program.
- The AusIMM Minerals Industry Scholarship.
A list of recent scholarship providers can be found at Industry Supporters.
A number of additional scholarships are also offered to students directly by companies associated with the mining industry. Many of these are offered to enrolled students in Year 2 or Year 3 in the program.
Other scholarships also available include:
- The Malcolm Chaiken Scholarship. Stipend of $15,000 and open to students entering the first year of undergraduate study in Engineering or the Sciences.
- The Alexandria Ada Lam Scholarship. A scholarship to encourage a female student to enrol in a Bachelor of Engineering program.
- The Ben Lexen Sports Scholarships. Open to students with an outstanding sporting ability.
- The Matthew James Reid Scholarship. Open to students from interstate.
- The W.S. and L.B. Robinson Scholarship. Open to students who completed their schooling in Broken Hill.
Further information on the conditions and entry requirements for each of the above scholarships as well as a comprehensive listing of all scholarships available can be found at http://www.scholarships.unsw.edu.au/