These links with our donors has led to the creation of many prizes, awards and scholarships, along with the direct placement of students in internships and work placements. In addition to the scholarship recipient our donors have also recruited students interviewed by the scholarship selection process.
Our major donors include:
AMP Capital is a major investment house with A$160.5 billion in funds under management in 2015. As the investment arm of the AMP Society, the group has over 165 years of history in investing in real estate and infrastructure and providing specialist expertise in fixed income, equities and multi-asset solutions.
AMP Capital Property Economics Prize $1000
Open to Bachelor of Property Economics 2nd year students
The AMP Capital Economics Prize is funded by AMP Capital to encourage academic excellence in Year 1 and 2 of the Property Economics degree.
Cox Architecture, founded and led by architect Phillip Cox, is one of the largest architectural practices working in Australia and Asia with over 365 staff and 25 directors across seven offices. The group provides services in architecture, planning, urban design and interior design.
Cox Architecture Scholarship $5000
Open to Bachelor of Design in Architecture senior student or Bachelor of Design in Architecture Bachelor of Creative Intelligence and Innovation senior students
The aim of the Cox scholarship is to encourage academic excellence in the Bachelor of Design in Architecture degree and provide the opportunity for a student to gain insight into the day-to-day operation of the (architectural) profession. The scholarship is valued at $5,000, which is paid in two equal instalments over a one-year period. The recipient will also receive the opportunity to undertake a six-month paid work placement at Cox Architecture
Hansen Yuncken is a privately owned construction company, founded in Victoria in 1918 by Lauritz Hansen and Otto Yuncken, The company has an annual turnover exceeding $1 billion, employs more than 650 people and operates nationally with offices in VIC, NSW, SA, TAS and QLD.
Hansen Yuncken NSW Construction Scholarship $5,000
Open to Bachelor of Construction in Project Management students
The Hansen Yuncken NSW Construction Scholarship was established in 2012. The aim of the award is to encourage students with a TAFE or apprenticeship background to continue their higher education in the UTS Bachelor of Construction Project Management degree.
The NSW Business Chamber is a member-based organisation with a network of over 19,000 members – each member is a registered business in Australia. The Chamber has more than 650 employees in 52 offices throughout the state. It is connected with over 200 Local Chambers of Commerce and the national Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce.
NSW Business Chamber Fashion and Textile Award valued at $5000 cash.
Donated by NSW Business Chamber and established in 2009 as a graduate award to assist with the initial costs of setting up a business, the award has been restructured to reward an exemplary Fashion & Textiles Honours student who demonstrates an outstanding commitment to fashion innovation.
The aim of the prize is to encourage and support students to develop their final collections with Australian textile producers and manufacturers, whilst creating local industry networks.
Stockland Corporation is listed on the ASX and is Australia's largest diversified property group. The company develops, owns and manages retail centres, business parks, logistics centres, office buildings, residential communities and retirement living villages. Albert Scheinberg and Ervin Graf founded Stockland in 1952. Mark Steinert is the current managing director and the group has 1440 employees.
Stockland Ervin Graf Scholarship $12,000
Open to Bachelor of Property Economics students
The Stockland Ervin Graf Scholarship was created in 2003 in honour of the late Ervin Graf, who founded Stockland in 1952. It is awarded to high-performing property undergraduates, and also offers one year of paid casual work experience at Stockland.
Western Earthmoving (WEM) is an Australian-owned civil contracting company in the land development sector. Since 2000, Graham Ragg has headed the company and broadened its activities. He and his father Wal Ragg bought the business in 1986 from founder Arthur Baxter who started it in 1958.
Western Earthmoving Scholarship for Construction and Engineering $10,000
Open to Bachelor of Construction Project Management or Bachelor of Engineering students
The Western Earthmoving (WEM) Scholarship for Construction and Engineering aims to support a broad range of students in the engineering and construction disciplines, and engage students to deepen their understanding and experience of the work of WEM and its impact in the development industry. WEM’s scholarship is valued at $7,500 paid in two equal instalments over a one-year period. The recipient will also receive a paid work placement at WEM.