Scholarships for academic achievement
These scholarships provide financial support to students who show exceptional academic ability as well as proven leadership skills through their contribution to extra-curricular projects or activities.
UNSW Business School International Scholarship
For high performing international students who are applying to an undergraduate degree program offered by UNSW Business School.
UNSW Indigenous Undergraduate Business Scholarship UGCE1328
The UNSW Indigenous Undergraduate Business Scholarship is established for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who have completed the UNSW Indigenous Pre-Program in Business and are commencing an undergraduate coursework degree program offered by UNSW Business School.
Academic Achievement Awards UGCA1208
For academically gifted local Higher School Certificate (HSC) students from NSW and ACT high schools. Study any undergraduate program at UNSW.
The Scientia Scholarships UGCA1137
For students who achieve an ATAR of 99.90 or above (or equivalent) in an Australian Year 12 qualification. Study any full-time undergraduate program at UNSW.
Dorothy Dolly Clark Award UGCA1057
For school leavers, based on academic merit, ability and leadership qualities as well as any social or economic circumstances. Study any degree at the UNSW Business School.
Sir Arthur and Renee George Scholarship UGCE1035
For first or second year UG students, based on financial need, academic merit, ability and leadership qualities. Study in the Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Science, or combined Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Laws program.
Lee Whitmont Scholarship in Marketing UGCA1141
For third year students studying marketing at the
UNSW Business School. Based on academic merit, especially second year marketing results, and demonstrated ability and leadership qualities.
Kosmos Asset Management Academic Achievement Scholarship in Economics UGCA1383
For school leavers interested in studying the Bachelor of Economics single degree program at the
UNSW Business School. Based on academic merit, disadvantages may be taken into account.