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Cox Architecture Scholarship


$5,000 + Paid Work Placement

Paid over 1 year





The aim of the Cox Architecture 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.

Who is eligible?

Applicants must:

  • Be enrolling full-time in a UTS:
    • Bachelor of Design in Architecture
  • Have successfully completed 96 credit points or greater in their course at the time of the scholarship application; and
  • Be Australian citizens, or holders of an Australian permanent resident visa or permanent humanitarian visa; and
  • Have achieved a Weighted Average Mark (WAM) of 80 or above, with no fails; and
  • submit an extended curriculum vitae; and
  • submit a digital portfolio (max 3mb) of 6 x A4 landscape pages including:
    • five pages of digital files of scans and/or photographs (compressed jpegs for web viewing) of original design work appropriate to the course
    • one page written submission (150-200 words) that selects and identifies one of the submitted pieces of work, addressing the aims of the work and why it succeeded
  • All candidates must apply using the UTS online Scholarships Application form to be eligible.
  • All candidates must be available to attend an interview in person.

Selection process

Applicants will be assessed on the following selection criteria.

  • Alignment of values, goals and culture with those of Cox Architecture
  • Knowledge of Architecture
  • Motivation and interest in the UTS Architecture course
  • Motivation and interest in participating in a paid work placement at Cox Architecture
  • Personal experience and achievement
  • Academic Merit

How to apply

All candidates must apply using the online Scholarship Application Form and follow any further instructions outlined in that form.

Need more information? Contact...

UTS Scholarships Office
Phone: +61 2 9514 2527
Cox Architecture website: