Ernst and Young Scholarship

Summary

Enrolment status Currently enrolled students
Student type Domestic students
Level of study Undergraduate
Study area Engineering and Computing
Scholarship value $7,500
Scholarship duration 1 year
Number awarded 1
Opening date 22 July 2019
Closing date 19 August 2019

Scholarship description

The scholarship was established in 2013 and is maintained by an annual gift from Ernst and Young. The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage and assist meritorious students commencing the fourth year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) with associated dual/integrated programs studying in the electrical engineering discipline.

Eligibility

An applicant is eligible for the scholarship, if the applicant:

(a)  submits an application to the Head, by the closing date for applications; and
(b)  is a domestic student in accordance with The University's Fee Policy; and
(c)  has completed at least 32 units and less than 48 units towards an Approved Program at the time of application; and
(d)  does not hold a scholarship that the Head considers to be similar; and
(e) is enrolled full time in an Approved Program in the relevant field in the year of the application

Additional benefits

Ernst and Young may offer the recipient of a Scholarship any of the following opportunities -

(a) thesis mentoring;
(b) an ambassadorial role;
(c) vacation employment at any Ernst and Young site for any period during the period in which the recipient holds the Scholarship, determined by Ernst and Young in consultation with the recipient.

Applications are closed.

Before you apply

If this scholarship has rules, download and read them before applying.

How to apply

The scholarship will be available in the end of July, 2019. 

Selection criteria

The scholarship is awarded to the applicant showing greatest merit as demonstrated by:
    (a)  academic achievement in courses undertaken to date in an Approved Program in the relevant field; and
    (b)  strength of interest that the applicant demonstrates in completing at least one period of vacation employment at Ernst and Young; and
    (c)   personal qualities, including leadership potential; and
    (d)   any other matter that the selection committee considers to be relevant to the applicant's future success in the engineering profession.

Applications are closed.

Contact

Mrs Gail Smith, Faculty of EAIT
+61 7 3365 3853
Applications are closed.

Terms and conditions

7(1) The recipient may hold the scholarship for up to 1 year, subject to the recipient -
  (a)  continuing to be enrolled full-time in an approved undergraduate program in the relevant field; and
  (b)  not holding another scholarship that the Head considers similar; and
  (c)  passing all courses in which they are enrolled; and
  (d)  achieving a GPA of at least 5 each semester of study; and
  (e)  conducting themselves in a professional manner while performing an ambassadorial role or duties of vacation employment.

If a recipient fails to satisfy rule 7(1), the recipient must show cause to the Head, why the scholarship should not be cancelled.

Terminology

In these rules -

Approved Program means one of the following dual or integrated programs:

(a) Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Business Management; or
(b) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Business Management; or
(c) Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Commerce; or
(d) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Commerce; or
(e) Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Economics; or
(f) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Economics; or
(g) Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Mathematics; or
(h) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Mathematics; or
(i) Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science; or
(j) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Science; or
(k) Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Information Technology; or
(l) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Information Technology; or
(m) Bachelor of Engineering / Master of Engineering; or
(n) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Master of Engineering.

Head means the Head of School, School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering.

Relevant Field means any field of engineering in the electrical engineering discipline.

Scholarship means the Ernst and Young Scholarship. 

Applications are closed.