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Scholarships for on-campus living!

If you are a domestic student, you can apply for a $1,500 scholarship to assist with the cost of your on campus accommodation. (Means tested & limited availability)

To see what scholarships are available, visit the scholarships website. Hurry, scholarship applications close 13 March 2020!

If you have any questions, please feel welcome to contact the Scholarships Office by email scholarships@curtin.edu.au or phone 9266 2992.

Semester 1, 2020 Current Student Scholarship applications open

To see what scholarships are available, head to the scholarships search. You can apply online for as many scholarships as you’re eligible for. Don’t forget to check our Applying for scholarships link to see tips and guidelines to improve your chance of winning a scholarship!

If you have any questions, please feel welcome to contact the Scholarships Office by email scholarships@curtin.edu.au or phone 9266 2992.

Curtin Law student receives a prestigious John Monash Scholarship to further her education in 2020

We are delighted to announce that a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) student, Chloe D’Sousa, has received a prestigious John Monash Scholarship! Chloe will commence a Master of Laws in Colombia University, USA in 2020, focusing on human rights. Chloe has actively engaged with organisations across WA on reconciliation initiatives and is committed to improve the social and economic outcomes of Indigenous Australians.

See the full media release here.

To learn more about the John Monash Scholarship, click here.

Curtin students headed for world stage with prestigious scholarships

Two Curtin University students who are seeking to improve the health of young Indigenous women and increase civic engagement in remote communities have been awarded prestigious Global Voices scholarships.

Bachelor of Laws and Arts student Imogen Keall, aged 21, will attend the 2020 United Nations Commission on the Status of Women in New York in March 2020 and Bachelor of Arts and Commerce student Georgia Strong, aged 20, will take part in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank annual meetings in Washington DC in October 2019. See the full media news available online here,

Scholarships events

Throughout the year there are many events that current and future students can attend to find out about scholarships and speak directly to the staff from the Scholarships Office. These include lecture visits, careers fairs and expos and parent information evenings.

Many of these events will be advertised on Curtin News and Events or promoted at the venues