Building your portfolio
Documenting a portfolio of achievements during your undergraduate studies is recommended when considering applying for any prestigious scholarship. This page provides some suggestions about the many opportunities available through Curtin.
iPortfolio is a useful tool to record evidence required for submission of an application for any of the prestigious scholarships.
Engaging in extra-curricular activities can provide students with opportunities to develop their leadership skills.
- The Curtin Leadership Centre
- Curtin Mentors
- Student Ambassadors
- THiNK Student Group
- Other leadership opportunities
There are many opportunities for students at Curtin to engage in Community Service. These experiences not only enhance your portfolio, but also benefit the wider community.
Evidence of academic achievement in addition to good grades, could include (but are not limited to) the winning of:
If you need any further assistance in putting together supporting evidence for your application, help is available from any of the following areas:
- Careers Centre: Provides advice and support when putting together a strong CV
- Research proposal: When preparing a research proposal,
- speak to an academic/honours supervisor/postgraduate coordinator within your faculty/discipline of interest for guidance, and
- review the guidelines at the Future Research Students page for general advice.