2019 - Curtin Canning College Engineering International Scholarship
Applications open: 29/07/2018
Applications close: 16/11/2018
About this scholarship
The Curtin Canning College Engineering International Scholarship has been developed by Curtin University to support International students enrolling at Curtin University who have demonstrated high-level academic achievement in their studies at Canning College, and obtained an ATAR of at least 96 or equivalent in 2018.
- Future Students
Faculty of Science & Engineering
- Engineering courses
- International Student
- Merit Based
The Curtin Canning College Engineering International Scholarship will provide the following support for the expected duration of the undergraduate degree (based on a full-time study load of 100 credits per semester):
A total value of up to:
- $3,000 for a 3 year degree
- $3,500 for a 3.5 year degree
- $4,000 for a 4 year degree
- $5,000 for a 5 year degree
- $5,500 for a 5.5 year degree
The scholarship will be paid as a cash stipend of $500 per semester. The amount can be used at the recipient's discretion to contribute towards educational related expenses.
Payments will be made approximately mid-April and mid-September each year.
All undergraduate Engineering degrees.
Double degrees with Engineering will also be considered.
Applicants must meet ALL of the following criteria to be eligible to apply for the Curtin Canning College Engineering International Scholarship:
- International student and hold a valid Student Visa – Higher Education (Subclass 573)
- Received a Confirmation of Enrolment (COE) to undertake an eligible Engineering undergraduate degree at Curtin University in 2019
- Enter into first year of study in semester 1, 2019
- Have undertaken the WA Universities' Foundation Program (WAUFP) at Canning College in 2018
- Received an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) or equivalent of 96.00 or above in 2018
Step 1: Download
- Application form and guide available to download from right hand side of this page when scholarship is open for application
Step 2: Complete
- Important information such as formatting and documentation requirements are detailed in the application guide
Step 3: Submit
- Closing date listed at top of page and on application form
- Late or incomplete applications will be assessed as unsuccessful
Step 4: Receipt
- Application receipt will be sent to the email you have listed on your application form within 10 working days of receiving application
Step 5: Assessment
- Applications will be assessed by an assessment panel using the following criteria:
- 2018 ATAR
- Responses to questions in application form
- Academic merit
Step 6: Outcome
- Outcome sent via the email you have listed on your application form on 21 December 2018 (all successful and unsuccessful applicants notified)
Step 7: Acceptance
- Successful applicants must return acceptance documents by 31 January 2019
- Deferral of this scholarship is not permitted
- Scholarship will be awarded if there are applicants of sufficient merit
- Scholarship will commence from first semester of study
- Scholarship is not transferrable to another major, course or university
Recipients must meet ALL of the following:
- Remain enrolled in initial course of study
- Remain enrolled as a full-fee paying international student for the duration of the scholarship tenure
- Maintain a full time study load of 100 credit points each semester at Curtin University
- Maintain a course weighted average (CWA) of at least 70 each semester
- Pass all units attempted each semester
Scholarship continuity is subject to meeting satisfactory academic progress as outlined above. Progress will be assessed at the end of each study period. Unless there are exceptional circumstances, a recipient with unsatisfactory progress or who breaches the scholarship conditions shall be ineligible to retain the scholarship. Exceptional circumstances must be forwarded to and shall be at the discretion of the Scholarships Office.
Changes to Enrolment
If a recipient intends to do any of the following they must also apply in writing to the Scholarships Office (email@example.com) for approval BEFORE the change. The Scholarships Office will advise how the change will affect their scholarship.
- Change from full time enrolment
- Change of course
Leave of Absence is not permitted.
Withdrawal or Terminated from units or course: A recipient who withdraws from their units or course of study, or has been terminated from studies will become ineligible for continuation of the scholarship, will not receive any further payments and will be required to repay to Curtin University the stipend awarded for that study period if applicable.
Telephone: (08) 9266 2992
Frequently Asked questions:
Students may apply for as many scholarships as they are eligible for however, will only be awarded up to one Curtin funded continuing scholarship. A continuing scholarship is defined as a scholarship that has more than two payments. A Curtin funded scholarship is a scholarship that is solely funded by Curtin.
For further information about holding more than one scholarship contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For advice on your Centrelink payments and how your scholarship could affect your payment please see http://www.humanservices.gov.au/customer/enablers/income or contact a Centrelink Office. If you require a letter about your scholarship for Centrelink, please contact the Scholarships Office.
Generally scholarship money paid to full-time students is not treated as taxable income, however if your study load is less than 75 credits (part-time) your scholarship money is not tax exempt. Other than the full-time study requirement, the general rule is that scholarships are exempt from taxation unless:
- It is a condition of the scholarship that a recipient is required to undertake activities that are of use, help or benefit to the scholarship provider - then the student is rendering a service by agreeing to undertake those activities;
- An award is received by a student where the scholarship is not provided principally for educational purposes or,
- During or upon completion of the degree for which the scholarship is awarded a recipient is required to become, or shall continue to be, an employee of the funding body
The Australian Tax Office has a tool to help you determine if your scholarship is taxable. For expert advice please contact the Australian Taxation Office or your accountant when completing your annual Tax Return. If a letter regarding your scholarship is required for taxation purposes, please contact the Scholarships Office.