UTS has a range of generous scholarships and prizes, and you could be the next recipient.
Industry scholarship applications are currently closed.
Please check the UTS scholarship page for scholarships that are currently accepting applications.
Please check the UTS prizes and awards page for details of prizes available to FEIT students.
The Dean’s List recognises outstanding academic achievement in undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Engineering and Information Technology.
To be eligible for inclusion on the Dean's List, a student must have:
achieved a minimum weighted average mark (WAM) of 85 for subjects studied in their FEIT course for the previous academic year; and
gained a minimum of 24 credit points of graded subjects in their FEIT course for the previous academic year; and
no failed subjects in the previous academic year; and
no misconduct formal warnings or penalties in the previous or current academic year; and
no active sanctions in the previous academic year.
The Dean's List is usually collated in April each year. Eligible students are sent a Certificate of Award.
Dean's Merit List
The Dean's Merit List will typically comprise the top 10 undergraduate Engineering students and the top 10 undergraduate Information Technology students from the Dean's List, ranked by WAM over the previous academic year.
In the case where there is more than one student with a WAM equal to or very close to the cutoff, the Faculty may place a small number of additional students on the Dean's Merit List.
While the Dean's List will typically contain approximately one to two hundred students (undergraduates whose WAM>=85), the Dean's Merit List is designed to recognise the outstanding performance of a small number of exceptional students.
A Certificate of Award and Letter of Commendation is awarded at the Faculty's annual prize-giving event.
John Heine Memorial Foundation Scholarship in Entrepreneurial Engineering
The scholarship has been established to foster the entrepreneurial skills of UTS engineering students and to provide them with an opportunity to gain knowledge of and be involved in business start-ups.