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The Rotary Soukup Scholarship



Paid over 3 Years



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The Scholarship aims to support a young Indigenous student by alleviating some key financial pressures and providing them with means to succeed in their undergraduate studies at UTS.

Who is eligible?

Applicants must be:

  • Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander (must complete a Confirmation of Aboriginality form or provide a statutory declaration); and
  • Under 30 years of age at the commencement of the relevant academic year; and
  • Enrolled full time in a UTS undergraduate Degree (minimum of 18 credits); and
  • Must be commencing their Degree during the calendar year the Scholarship is awarded; and

In addition preference will be given to:

  • Students attempting to undertake their first undergraduate Degree at; and/or
  • Students that have experienced any long-term educational barriers and/or personal hardship including:
    • Financial hardship/low socio-economic status
    • Regional or remote background
    • Sole parent responsibilites
    • Carer responsibilites
    • Long-term medical condition/disability or ongoing effects of abuse

Students wishing to demonstrate long-term educational barriers and/or personal hardship may submit an Equity Scholarship application to the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC), or a personal statement outlining thier circumstances, together with supporting documentation.

Need more information? Contact...

Scholarships Office
Phone: +61 2 9514 2527

Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research