Building your portfolio
When considering applying for any prestigious scholarship it is recommended that you document your portfolio of achievements during your undergraduate studies.
While studying at Curtin there are many opportunities to engage in activities and build your portfolio in leadership and community service.
You can explore the range of activities under Curtin experience.
To get you started here are just a few of the options:
- Leadership development through the Curtin Leadership Centre and Curtin Leaders Program
- Mentoring opportunities through the many programs that are offered
- Becoming a Student Ambassador
- Volunteering to make a difference in the community.
You can also demonstrate your academic excellence through
- Being awarded a merit-based scholarship
- Winning an award
- Being granted membership on the Vice-Chancellor’s List.
Support and assistance
If you need help putting together supporting evidence for your application, you should consider the following:
- Scholarships Office – for any questions about how to complete your scholarship application.
- Curtin Careers Centre – can offer current students advice about how to format your CV, what to (or what not to) include in your resume, help when preparing for an interview, including interview tips, mock interviews and advice.
- Jobs and Skills Centre – for advice, workshops and other assistance.
Research proposal – When preparing a research proposal you can speak to an academic, honours supervisor or postgraduate coordinator within your faculty/discipline of interest for guidance.