Scholarships & prizes

The UNSW Australia Business School offers a wide range of scholarships to students who are thinking of applying for an undergraduate degree.  The Business School also recognises student excellence through the prizes program.

These scholarships and prizes are made possible by the generosity of our individual and corporate donors.

The School of Accounting, UNSW Business School awards a number of prizes for outstanding academic performance each year. You can view the current list of prizes and winners below.

Scholarship and prize winners are presented with their award by the Donor or Corporate Representative at an awards ceremony which is held in June each year. The ceremony is one of the School's most prestigious events in the annual calendar and is attended by over 400 scholars, donors, senior staff and guests.

The 2016 Business School Awards Ceremony will be held on Wednesday 1 June in Leighton Hall, The John Niland Scientia Building, UNSW.

Business School honours scholarships

Up to 20 honours scholarships are awarded annually by the Business School. These scholarships provide financial support to outstanding students studying in their Honours year, in any of the disciplinary areas available within the Business School.

CPA Australia Corporate Accounting Prize

Awarded for the best performance in ACCT5942 Corporate Accounting and Regulation.
2015 winner: Jianxiong He
Value: $500

CPA Australia Prize for Year 1

Donated by CPA Australia
Awarded for the highest aggregate in ACCT1501 Accounting and Financial Management 1A and ACCT1511 Accounting and Financial Management 1B by a student majoring in the School of Accounting.
2015 winner: Wen Bo Gong
Value: $500

CPA Australia Prize for Year 2

Awarded for the best performance in ACCT2542 Corporate Financial Reporting and Analysis majoring in the School of Accounting.
2015 winner: Yuqing Gong
Value: $500

CPA Australia Prize for Year 3

Awarded for the best performance in ACCT3583 Management Accounting 2 or ACCT3593 Management Accounting 2 (Hons).
2015 winner: Daniel Azzi
Value: $500

Financial Management Association of Australia Prize in Accounting

Donated by the Financial Management Association of Australia (FMAA)
Awarded for the best performance in the course ACCT3563 - Issues in Financial Reporting and including ACCT3573 - Issues in Financial Reporting and Analysis (Honours).
2015 winner: Nicole Maroon-Yacoub
Value: $500

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Prize - 1st Year

Donated by the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
Awarded for the most well rounded 1st year Accounting Student.
2015 winner: Michelle Anne Royters
Value: $700

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Prize - 2nd Year

Awarded for the most well rounded 2nd year Accounting Student.
2015 winner: Frickson Kho
Value: $700

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Prize - 3rd Year

Awarded for the most well rounded 3rd year Accounting student.
2015 winner: Kean Hoe Gan
Value: $1000