The UNSW Business School offers a wide range of scholarships to students who are thinking of applying for an undergraduate degree. The 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 Risk & Actuarial, UNSW Business School awards a number of prizes for outstanding academic performance each year. You can view the current prize 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.
Business School Honours Scholarships
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.
Finity Consulting Prize
Donated by Finity Consulting
Awarded for the best performance in the courses ACTL4001, ACTL4002, ACTL4303 or ACTL5100, ACTL5200 and ACTL5303
2018 winner: Oliver Michael Wood
The Actuaries Institute Prize
Donated by Actuaries Institute
Awarded for the best performance in ACTL1101 Introduction to Actuarial Studies
2018 winner: Ryan Michael Sun
Donated by Insureware
Awarded for the best performance in ACTL3003 Insurance Risk Models.
Johnny Chung Hin Wong
The E S Wolfenden Memorial Prize
Donated by William Wolfenden in memory of his grandfather who was Australia's first actuary
Awarded for the best performance in Actuarial Studies Honours Year (Coursework and Thesis)
2018 winner: Carlos Yu Qi Cheng
The Willis Towers Watson Prize
Donated by Willis Towers Watson
Awarded for the highest aggregate in ACTL3001 Actuarial Studies, ACTL3002 Life Insurance and Superannuation Models, ACTL3003 Insurance Risk Models and ACTL3004 Financial Economics for Insurance and Superannuation by a graduating student in the Bachelor of Commerce
Johnny Chung Hin Wong
The UniSuper Prize
Donated by UniSuper
Awarded for the best performance in ACTL3191/ECON3114 Superannuation and Retirement Benefits
The AIG Prize in Actuarial Studies
Donated by AIG
2018 winner: Jack Dajie Jiang
The KPMG Actuarial Prize
Donated by KPMG
2018 winner: Neil Jain