Scholarships are generally awarded on academic merit or on a combination of academic merit and financial need.
Be aware of the closing dates and plan ahead for applications, as they can take time to complete.
If you have any questions, contact the UTS Scholarships Office on 02 9514 2527 or via email at email@example.com
Bachelor of Management in Events and Leisure
'Since receiving a scholarship from Jumbunna, I feel like a weight has been lifted, I can now concentrate on studying and get the results I deserve.'
Financial assistance generally refers to government assistance programs or supplementary assistance from other sources and is available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tertiary students. It can take the form of income support, accommodation or rent assistance, emergency assistance and/or student loans. Students are encouraged to visit Abstudy for further information.
UTS Student Services financial assistance service also offers information, advice and referral to other organisations and can, in certain circumstances, arrange emergency assistance and small interest-free loans. If you have any questions, contact the UTS Student Services Financial Assistance team.
We encourage you to seek assistance from us at Jumbunna if you have financial difficulties or do not have the funds to participate in course-related activities. We can provide information, assist or refer you to the appropriate channels. Students are advised to seek this sort of assistance as early as possible, as finding and applying for funds can take some time.