At ECU, we reward the achievements of students. Our scholarships recognise those whose life journey so far has not been an easy one, as well as the students displaying outstanding academic excellence and endeavour.
With the support of an ECU scholarship, we want to help you realise your ambitions and reach your destination. We offer a range of scholarships to current and future students that aim to help you successfully complete your course by improving your financial situation.
During June 2013, ECU is seeking eligible applicants for several scholarships and awards. The ECU Vice Chancellor's Indigenous Australian Scholarship is open for applications. Selection will be based on academic merit, demonstrated leadership and contribution to the Indigenous and University communities. Sue Knox Memorial Award is offered to continuing students who have a disability and can demonstrate academic competence and some involvement in community or university activities and Mrs. Mac's Rural Scholarship assists ECU students normally living in rural Western Australia who are required to live away from home during their studies each semester. International Postgraduate Research Scholarships are now open and honours and postgraduate students should check what is available throughout June and July.
Nominations are now open for the ECU Vice-Chancellor's Student Awards 2013. University students and staff, and representative bodies external to the University can nominate an ECU student or student team for the ECU Vice-Chancellor's Student Award for Contribution to University Life and/or the ECU Vice-Chancellor's Student Award for Engagement. Winning student or student team will receive $5000.
Congratulations to Marnie Thompson, the inaugural recipient of the Yanchep Beach Joint Venture Indigenous Scholarship.
Ten rural students will get a helping hand thanks to scholarships from Mrs Mac’s.
Max Bindon has his eyes firmly focused on the future, thanks to a scholarship from ECU and the City of Joondalup.
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Scholarships by pathways
Our scholarship pathways are based on your level of study. Start your search by selecting the pathway that is relevant to you. Our scholarships range from students starting their first degree up to those completing their doctorate.
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To increase your opportunity of gaining a scholarship, we also provide access to information about external scholarships and awards. Take a look at the financial support, internships and work placements available.
Scholarships by criteria
You can search for a scholarship by looking for a criteria group that relates to you. These criteria form the main part of the eligibility requirements for a scholarship, and you can find available scholarships under each criteria here.
Our scholarships by criteria include:
- Financial hardship scholarships
- Indigenous student scholarships
- Rural student support scholarships
- Academic scholarships
- Disability scholarships
- International Students
"My scholarship provides direct financial support so that I can devote myself full-time to my studies. As a sole parent with full responsibility for raising two children, financial security whilst studying was vital."
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