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Tracey Brunstrom & Hammond Project Management Scholarship


$5,000 + Paid Work Placement


 Paid over 1 year



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The intention of this Scholarship is to support commencing or continuing postgraduate students by assisting them financially and to provide the opportunity for a student to gain insight into the day-to-day operation of the Project Management profession.

The Scholarship is open to applicants annually, offering project management students a cash grant to support their studies as well as the opportunity to receive a paid work placement with Tracey Brunstrom & Hammond.

Who is eligible?

To be eligible for the Scholarship, an applicant must meet all of the following criteria: 

  • Be an Australian or New Zealand citizen, or the holder of an Australian permanent resident visa or permanent humanitarian visa; and 
  • Enrolled in or intending to enrol in :
    • Master of Project Management (C04006); or 
    • Master of Property Development and Project Management (C04317); or 
    • Graduate Certificate in Project Management (C11005); or 
    • Graduate Diploma in Construction Management (C06126); and 
  • Intend to enrol or enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit points in the session immediately following the Scholarship selection; and 
  • Submit an extended curriculum vitae clearly articulating project management experience; and 
  • Submit a personal statement (max. 300 words) explaining the reasons for wanting to study project management 
  • 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

As demonstrated in the Scholarship application and interview: 

  • Alignment of values, goals and culture with those of Tracey Brunstrom & Hammond 
  • Knowledge of project management concepts and of the industry 
  • Initiative to seek opportunities to continually advance their professional and personal lives 
  • Interest in Tracey Brunstrom & Hammond, their work and in a paid work placement 
  • Curriculum Vitae provided as part of the Scholarship application – academic merit, previous on-site construction experience and demonstrated involvement in community service activities will be highly regarded 
  • Preference may be given to female and/or Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants that best meet the selection criteria. 

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UTS Scholarships Office

Other information

One (1) Recipient will be awarded the Scholarship each year.