The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is pleased to announce its Vice-Chancellor’s Merit Scholarship for Undergraduate Students for the 2023 academic year. This prestigious scholarship is designed to attract and support outstanding Australian or New Zealand citizens or permanent residents to pursue undergraduate studies at UTS.
To be eligible for the UTS Vice-Chancellor’s Merit Scholarship for Undergraduate Students, applicants must:
- Be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or permanent resident.
- Have received an offer through UAC for a UTS undergraduate degree.
- Intend to enroll full-time in a UTS undergraduate degree as their first undergraduate degree.
- Demonstrate academic excellence in the final year of high school (ATAR of 90.0 or above, excluding bonus points).
The UTS Vice-Chancellor’s Merit Scholarship for Undergraduate Students provides comprehensive support to selected scholars, including:
- Tuition fees for the duration of the undergraduate program (up to 4 years maximum).
- Monthly stipend of $2,000 to cover living expenses.
- Access to UTS’s world-class facilities and resources.
- Mentorship from experienced UTS faculty and staff.
- Opportunities to participate in research collaborations, internships, and student exchange programs.
The application deadline for the UTS Vice-Chancellor’s Merit Scholarship for Undergraduate Students is typically in March each year. Interested applicants can submit their applications online through the UTS scholarships portal. The application process involves submitting the following documents:
- Completed online application form.
- Academic transcripts.
- Two letters of recommendation from academic or professional references.
- Personal statement highlighting the applicant’s academic achievements, research interests, and career aspirations.
- Writing sample of the applicant’s academic work.
- English language proficiency certificate (if applicable).
Applications are rigorously reviewed by a selection committee based on the following criteria:
- Academic record.
- Personal statement and recommendation letters.
- Demonstration of interest and motivation for pursuing undergraduate studies at UTS.
- English language proficiency.
- Interview performance (if applicable).
Notification of Results
Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their applications within a few months of the application deadline. Selected scholars will receive an official acceptance letter and invitation to attend the UTS orientation program.
Benefits of UTS Vice-Chancellor’s Merit Scholarship for Undergraduate Students
The UTS Vice-Chancellor’s Merit Scholarship for Undergraduate Students offers numerous benefits to selected scholars, including:
- Financial support to cover tuition fees, living expenses, and academic resources.
- Opportunity to pursue undergraduate studies at a world-ranked university with a strong focus on industry relevance and innovation.
- Access to a supportive and inclusive learning environment that fosters personal and academic growth.
- Potential for career advancement and leadership opportunities in academia or related fields.
The UTS Vice-Chancellor’s Merit Scholarship for Undergraduate Students is an exceptional opportunity for outstanding Australian or New Zealand citizens or permanent residents to pursue their academic goals, make significant contributions to their chosen fields, and prepare for successful careers in a challenging and rapidly evolving world. With its comprehensive financial support, world-class facilities, and vibrant academic community, UTS provides an ideal environment for students to excel and achieve their full potential.