UniSA Business School

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Economically Disadvantaged StudentsEconomically Disadvantaged Students

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Disabled StudentsDisabled Students

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander StudentsAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students

Rural StudentsRural Students

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Scholarship nameDiscipline areaValueContactWho can apply
The Advanced Accounting and Finance Program Grant Commerce, Accounting, Finance $1,000 School of Commerce   New Students High Achieving Students
Advanced Economics in Business Program Grant Economics, Finance and Trade $1,000 Kimberlie Hancock   New Students High Achieving Students
Advanced Finance in Business Program Grant Finance, Accounting $1,000 Kimberlie Hancock   New Students High Achieving Students
Asian Experience Travel Grant Business (Property) $12,500 Student Mobility   Continuing Students High Achieving Students
Belinda Helen Jefferys Human Resource Management Scholarship Human Resource Management $5,000 Carly Austin   Continuing Students High Achieving Students
The Dean of Law Grant Law, associated double degree $2,000 Carol Brewitt

  New Students High Achieving Students Scholarships for economically disadvantaged students 

  Disabled students Scholarships for indigenous students Scholarships for rural students

Ehrenberg-Bass Institute Vacation Scholarship Marketing $300.00 per week fulltime ($60 per day part time) Vacation Scholarship Coordinator   Continuing Students
Ehrenberg Scholarship Marketing Payment of student HECS Fee for one year Elke Seretis  New Students HighAchiever
Goodes O'Loughlin UniSA GO Scholarship Sport and Recreation Management Up to $24,000 Foundation Officer

  Scholarships for indigenous students New Students Continuing Students

  HighAchiever Scholarships for economically disadvantaged students

Ian D. McLachlan Memorial Grant Commerce $5,000 Darren Garbin

  New Students Scholarships for economically disadvantaged students HighAchiever

  Scholarships for rural students

Ian D. McLachlan Memorial Scholarship Commerce Up to $20,000 Darren Garbin   New Students Scholarships for economically disadvantaged students HighAchiever
Joshua McDowell First Year Law Grant Law $5,000 Carol Brewitt   New Students HighAchiever
Laity Morrow Scholarship Law $1,000 Carol Brewitt   HighAchiever
Leedwell Grant Property $1,000 Marketing Officer   HighAchiever
Mainfreight Grant Commerce, Accounting, Economics, Finance and Trade, Business, Applied Finance, Logistics and Supply Chain Management $8,000 Kimberlie Hancock   Continuing Students HighAchiever
Minter Ellison Law Scholarship Law $16,000 Carol Brewitt Scholarships for economically disadvantaged studentsHighAchiever
Pank/University of South Australia Prize for Social Innovation and Enterprise Management, Business $10,000 Carly Austin Continuing StudentsScholarships for economically disadvantaged students HighAchiever
Paul Anderson Law Grant Law, Double degree with Law $4,000 Carol Brewitt Continuing StudentsScholarships for economically disadvantaged students HighAchiever
SA Wealth Group Grant Commerce $3,000 Marketing Officer HighAchiever
University of South Australia Business School Aboriginal Scholarship Business, Commerce, Law $12,000 Business School Indigenous StudentsNew Students
University of South Australia Business School Overseas Experience Grants all $2,000 Academic Officer: Student Mobility Continuing StudentsHighAchiever
University of South Australia Business School Research Vacation Scholarship   $2,400 Business School Research Office Continuing StudentsHighAchiever
University of South Australia Business School Student Mobility Grants Business $5,000 Project Coordinator: Student Mobility Continuing Students

Please note: Scholarships and Grants are subject to change and are awarded based on conditions current at the time of award.


The Advanced Accounting and Finance Program Grant

The Advanced Accounting and Finance Program (AAFP) Grant is awarded to all students commencing in the DBCA Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting), DBCF Bachelor of Business (Finance) or double degree DBCD Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)/Bachelor of Business (Finance) degrees who have obtained a B+ or higher in SACE Stage 2 Accounting* within the last 10 years. Students will be granted course substitution for the course ACCT 1008 Accounting for Business to complete an approved professional development elective.

Value: $1,000 voucher to be used for an approved professional development elective.

*or equivalent as deemed by the School of Commerce.

For more information contact:
School of Commerce
Tel: (08) 830 9047
Email: cmr.enquiries@unisa.edu.au

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Advanced Economics in Business Program Grant

The Advanced Economics in Business Program (AEBP) Grant is awarded to all students commencing in the DBIB Bachelor of Business (Economics, Finance and Trade) degree who have obtained a B+ or higher in SACE Stage 2 Economics. Students will be granted course substitution for the course ECON 1008 Principles of Economics to complete an approved professional development elective. Students will also be required to complete an online module. 

This grant is only available from 2018 to students commencing study with UniSA who completed their entry level qualification (e.g. SACE) in the previous year. 

Value: $1,000 voucher to be used for an approved professional development elective.

For more information contact:
Mrs Kimberlie  Hancock
Academic Services Officer
School of Commerce
Tel: (08) 8302 0798 
Email: Kimberlie.Hancock@unisa.edu.au  

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Advanced Finance in Business Program Grant

The Advanced Finance in Business Program (AFBP) Grant is awarded to all students commencing in the DBCF Bachelor of Business (Finance) or DBCD Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)/Bachelor of Business (Finance) degree who have obtained a B+ or higher in either SACE Stage 2 Specialist Mathematics or Mathematical Methods.

Students will be granted course substitution for the course MATH1053 Quantitative Methods for Business to complete an approved professional development elective.

Students in the double degree DBCD Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)/Bachelor of Business (Finance) are eligible for both the Advanced Accounting in Business Program (AABP) and Advanced Finance in Business Program (AFBP) grants so must choose the one which best suits their individual circumstances. 

This grant is only available from 2018 to students commencing study with UniSA who completed their entry level qualification (e.g. SACE) in the previous year. 

Value: $1,000 voucher to be used for an approved professional development elective. 

For more information contact:
Mrs Kimberlie  Hancock
Academic Services Officer
School of Commerce
Tel: (08) 8302 0798 
Email: Kimberlie.Hancock@unisa.edu.au  

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Asian Experience Travel Grant

The Asian Experience Travel Grant will be awarded to a high-performing student who is enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Property) degree at the University of South Australia. 

The grant will provide a talented student with the opportunity to develop their property skills and experience in a global context by undertaking an Asian study tour. The study tour is run by UniSA in collaboration with the Real Estate Academy in China (REACh), an endorsed partner of the University. Course credit will be earned for participation in the program. 

The grant is intended to encourage students to participate in an overseas study tour which, in many cases, may otherwise be beyond their financial means. Evidence of financial disadvantage, as well as academic achievement, will be considered as part of the judging criteria and the selected recipient will receive this one-off grant to assist with the cost of travel, accommodation and living expenses incurred as part of their trip, as well as the study tour program fee. 

Applicants are required to provide a personal written statement (up to 500 words) detailing: 

  • Reasons for studying their current program.
  • Academic achievement.
  • Financial need.
  • Future career goals.
  • How the study tour will contribute to their career aspirations.

Value: up to $12,500 

For more information contact:
Student Mobility 
UniSA Business School 
Email: business.mobility@unisa.edu.au 

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Belinda Helen Jefferys Human Resource Management Scholarship

The Belinda Helen Jefferys Human Resource Management Scholarship will be awarded to a student who is enrolled full-time in the final year of the Undergraduate Human Resource Management program at UniSA.

Applicants will be asked to provide a personal written statement (250 words) detailing:

  • Reasons for studying their current program.
  •  Academic achievements.
  •  Future career goals.

Value: The recipient will receive up to $5,000. The $5,000 will be paid in two instalments of $2,500 after the Study Period 2 and Study Period 5 census dates in their final year of study, provided the recipient maintains full-time enrolment and satisfactory academic merit.

For more information contact:
Ms Ling Ly 
Team Leader/ Program Executive Support
School of Management
Tel: (08) 8302 0754 
Email: Ling.Ly@unisa.edu.au 

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The Dean of Law Grant

The Dean of Law Grant intends to support full-time students who are new to higher education, enrolled into the Bachelor of Laws or associated double degree and are from backgrounds that are currently underrepresented in the local South Australian legal profession. These students include: Indigenous students, students from a non-English speaking background, students who are financially disadvantaged, students from a rural or isolated location, and students with a disability. The grant supports the University's 'social justice' value, which aims to build social cohesion by achieving equitable educational access and outcomes across our diverse student community. Applicants must: be Australian citizens, permanent residents or holders of a permanent humanitarian visa; and be enrolled to study full-time. Applicants must provide a personal written statement (max 500 - 1000 words) identifying their relevant equity group and outlining their career and personal goals and how the grant will assist them in achieving their goals. Academic merit (Tertiary Entrance Rank) will also be considered in the recipient selection.

Value: $2,000

For more information contact:
Mrs Carol Brewitt
Team Leader: Academic Services
School of Law
Tel: (08) 8302 7225
Email carol.brewitt@unisa.edu.au

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Ehrenberg-Bass Institute Vacation Scholarship

The Ehrenberg-Bass Institute Vacation Scholarship is open to students who have completed Buyer and Consumer Behaviour and are enrolled in or have completed one of the following programs: Bachelor of Management (Marketing) (DBMK) - including where it has been undertaken in a Business Double Degree (DBDD), Bachelor of Management (Marketing)/Bachelor of International Relations (DBMT), or a Bachelor of Marketing and Communication (DBMN). Students are offered the opportunity to undertake research for a minimum of 6 weeks with experienced researchers in the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science within the School of Marketing.

Value: $300.00 per week fulltime ($60 per day part time)

For more information contact:
Vacation Scholarship Coordinator
Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science
University of South Australia
Tel: (08) 8302 0111
Fax: (08) 8302 0123

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Ehrenberg Scholarship

The School of Marketing at the University of South Australia is offering a one year HECS-HELP undergraduate scholarship for an outstanding student enrolling in the Bachelor of Business (Marketing), or Bachelor of Marketing and Communication for the first time. The Scholarship is named after one of the world's greatest marketing scientists, Professor Andrew Ehrenberg, whose contribution to marketing science has had a major influence on the research and teaching of the School of Marketing. All commencing students with an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) of 95 or above who enrol full-time in either of these programs will be eligible for consideration. Selected candidates will be invited to attend an interview and the scholarship will be awarded based on students' potential for excellence in marketing. More than one scholarship may be awarded if the judges deem there to be more than one outstanding candidate.

The School of Marketing will contact eligible students by mail after they have enrolled in one of the specified programs.

Value: Payment of student HECS Fee contributions for one year for the Bachelor of Business(Marketing), or Bachelor of Marketing and Communication.

For more information contact:
Ms Elke Seretis
Marketing and Business Development Manager
The Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science
Tel: (08) 8302 0769
Fax: (08) 8302 0123
Email: Elke.Seretis@unisa.edu.au

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Goodes O'Loughlin UniSA GO Scholarship

This scholarship is open to high achieving Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students of the University of South Australia who are enrolled full-time or part-time in any of the following undergraduate programs:

Bachelor of Human Movement
Bachelor of Human Movement (Exercise and Sport Science)
Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology
Bachelor of Health Science
Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Sciences
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Bachelor of Podiatry
Bachelor of Business (Sport and Recreation Management)

Or the following double degrees:

Bachelor of Human Movement, Bachelor of Psychological Science (Counselling and Interpersonal Skills)
Bachelor of Human Movement (Exercise and Sport Science), Bachelor of Psychological Science (Counselling and Interpersonal Skills)
Bachelor of Human Movement, Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Sciences
Bachelor of Human Movement (Exercise and Sport Science), Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Sciences

Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic merit (as evidenced by ATAR, STAT or performance in a UniSA College program) or Grade Point Average (GPA) for continuing students, and a personal written statement outlining:

  • Academic achievements.
  •  How they identify as an Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander citizen.
  •  Acceptance as an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander in the community the student belongs to, lives or has lived in
    community service involvement.
  •  Reasons for studying their current program - their interest in pursuing a health and/or fitness related degree program
    future career goals.

Preference may be given to applicants who can demonstrate financial hardship.

The recipient is required to act as a positive ambassador for the scholarship to encourage tertiary education participation by other Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people.

Continuance of the scholarship is subject to satisfactory academic performance and the recipient should maintain a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 4.0 or above.

Value: $6,000 per year up to a maximum of four years ($24,000 in total) provided the recipient continues to meet the scholarship criteria and maintain satisfactory academic performance. Payment will be made in two instalments after the Study Period 2 and 5 census dates. Pro-rata payments will apply for part-time enrolment.

For more information contact:
Foundation Officer
Advancement Services
Phone: (08) 8302 0964
Email: foundation.officer@unisa.edu.au

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Ian D. McLachlan Memorial Grant

The University of South Australia has established the Ian D. McLachlan Memorial Grant in recognition of Ian McLachlan's commitment as a long-standing Council member of UniSA, who died on 30 April 2011. Ian was a member of the University's Finance Committee from July 1998 until April 2011 and joined the University Council as a co-opted member in 2000 and continued to serve as a Member of Council until April 2011. Ian also made significant contributions to the University through his role as Presiding Officer to the University's Audit and Risk Management Committee from 2005 until April 2011; and as Director of the ITEK Pty Ltd Board (UniSA's commercial arm) since 2006.

One grant, valued at $5,000, will be awarded each year to a final year, full-time student from one of the following programs:

  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Applied Finance
  • Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Commerce.

Students who completed Year 11 or 12 at Unley High School, or are from a rural or isolated area will be encouraged to apply but it is not an essential criteria.

Applicants must be Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents.

Applicants must submit a personal written statement (500 words) detailing career and personal goals and how the scholarship will assist their studies.

 Applicants who completed Year 11 or 12 at Unley High School, or are from a rural or isolated area should include this information in their personal written statement.

The grant will be awarded on the basis of interview, financial disadvantage, academic merit and submission of a written statement.
Continuance of the grant is subject to satisfactory academic performance and the recipient should maintain a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 5.0 or above.

Value: $5,000. Payment will be made in two instalments of $2,500 each, after the Study Period 2 and Study Period 5 census dates provided the recipient continues to meet the grant criteria and maintains satisfactory academic performance.

For more information contact:
Mr Darren Garbin
Advancement Services
Tel: (08) 8302 7030
Email: foundation.officer@unisa.edu.au

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Ian D. McLachlan Memorial Scholarship

The Ian D McLachlan Memorial Scholarship has been established as a result of in memoriam fundraising undertaken following the death of Ian McLachlan, who was a committed and long-standing Council member of the University of South Australia.

Ian himself received a scholarship to commence study at university and this experience shaped the remainder of his life. It is one of the reasons he gave tirelessly to the University as a Council member for eleven years and a member of Finance Committee, and ultimately Chair of this committee, for thirteen years. Ian also made significant contributions to the University through his role as Presiding Officer to the University's Audit and Risk Management Committee from 2005 until 2011; and as Director of the ITEK P/L Board (UniSA's commercial arm) from 2006 until 2011.

One scholarship will be awarded to a commencing undergraduate or Honours student, who is financially disadvantaged and who couples academic excellence with a determination to pursue a career in an industry to which Ian McLachlan dedicated his life. It is available to full-time students enrolled in one of the following programs:

  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Applied Finance
  • Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Commerce

Applicants must be Australian citizens or Permanent Residents. Eligible students who completed Year 11 or 12 at Unley High School, or are from a rural or isolated area are encouraged to apply, but it is not an essential criteria.

Applicants must submit a personal written statement (500 words) detailing career and personal goals and how the scholarship will assist their studies. Applicants who completed Year 11 or 12 at Unley High School, or are from a rural or isolated area should include this information in their personal written statement.

The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of interview, financial disadvantage, academic merit and submission of a written statement.

Value: $5,000 per annum, for the duration of the recipient's program of study to a maximum of five years. Annual payment will be made in two instalments of $2,500 each, after the Study Period 2 and Study Period 5 census dates. Continuance of the scholarship is subject to satisfactory academic performance and the recipient should maintain a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 5.0 or above.

Please note this scholarship/grant is currently unavailable.

For more information contact:
Mr Darren Garbin
Advancement Services
Tel: (08) 8302 7030
Email: foundation.officer@unisa.edu.au

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Joshua McDowell First Year Law Grant

The Joshua McDowell First Year Law Grant is available to students who are new to higher education and are enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws program or associated double degrees. Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents. Selection will be based on the applicant's ATAR results and preference may be given to applicants who can demonstrate financial hardship. The grant is valued at $5,000 based on a full-time load.

Applicants will be asked to provide a personal written statement (500 words) detailing: - reasons for studying their current program, academic achievements, future career goals and if relevant financial hardship.

Value: $5,000 to be paid in two instalments after the Study Period 2 and Study Period 5 census dates.

For more information contact:
Mrs Carol Brewitt
Team Leader: Academic Services
School of Law
Tel: (08) 8302 7225
Email: carol.brewitt@unisa.edu.au

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Laity Morrow Scholarship

The Scholarship will be open to all students eligible for the Law Honours program in a calendar year. Selection will be determined by the partners of Laity Morrow, in consultation with the Dean and Head of School, based on the following criteria:
The student's grade point average across all relevant law courses, calculated at the beginning of the Honours year;
The correlation between the student's proposed Honours Thesis topic with areas of specialisation within the firm (aspects of corporate and commercial law, broadly defined);
On such other factors as deemed relevant by the partners of Laity Morrow.

Value: $1,000

For more information contact:
Mrs Carol Brewitt
Team Leader: Academic Services
School of Law
Tel: (08) 8302 7225
Email: carol.brewitt@unisa.edu.au

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Leedwell Grant

This grant is available to students studying full time in the Bachelor of Business (Property) Program (DBPY). A candidate must:

  • have completed at least 36 out of 108 Program units (8 x 4.5), have achieved at least a credit average by the end of their first year according to the relevant Program schedule and be studying in Australia (onshore). An application letter outlining the following criteria
  • why the student chose to study Property and what the students career aspirations are, should be submitted to the School of Commerce via email or in hard copy by the closing date.

Value: $1,000 (this will be paid after the census date of Study Period 2 each year) and the possibility of work experience at Leedwell.

For more information contact:
School of Commerce
Tel: (08) 8302 0696
Fax: (08) 8302 0992
Email: commerce@unisa.edu.au

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Mainfreight Grant

The Mainfreight Grant is available to students who are enrolled full-time in the final year of a Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Business program at UniSA. The recipient will receive up to $8,000. The $8,000 will be paid in two instalments of $4,000 after the Study Period 2 and Study Period 5 census dates in the recipients’ final year of undergraduate study, provided the recipient maintains full-time enrolment and satisfactory academic merit. 

The eligible programs are:
DBCA - Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) 
DBCD - Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting), Bachelor of Business (Finance) 
DBCF - Bachelor of Business (Finance) 
DBIB - Bachelor of Business (Economics, Finance and Trade) 
DBBN - Bachelor of Business DBCB - Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Applied Finance 
DBCC - Bachelor of Commerce DBBF - Bachelor of Applied Finance 
DBBL - Bachelor of Business (Logistics and Supply Chain Management) 

Applicants are required to provide a personal written statement (maximum 500 words) detailing: 

  • reasons for studying their current program  - academic achievements
  • community involvement
  • future career goals 

The recipient will be selected on the basis of academic merit‚ leadership potential‚ interpersonal skills and team work orientation as demonstrated in the personal written statement.

Shortlisted applicants will be required to attend a selection panel interview.

Recipients are required to submit a report to the donor outlining their progress and how the grant has assisted them.

The report should be submitted to Advancement Services no later than 1 October of the year in which they receive the grant.

Value: $8,000

For more information contact: 
Mrs Kimberlie  Hancock
Academic Services Officer
School of Commerce
Tel: (08) 8302 0798 
Email: Kimberlie.Hancock@unisa.edu.au 


Minter Ellison Law Scholarship

Minter Ellison SA/NT have generously provided a scholarship to support commencing students who are undertaking an undergraduate Bachelor of Laws or associated double degree at UniSA.

The scholarship, valued at up to $16,000, intends to support full-time students who are from backgrounds that are currently underrepresented in the local South Australian legal profession. These students include: Indigenous students, students from a non-English speaking background, students who are financially disadvantaged, students from a rural or isolated location, and students with a disability. The scholarship supports the University's 'social justice' value, which aims to build social cohesion by achieving equitable educational access and outcomes across our diverse student community.

Applicants must: be Australian citizens, permanent residents or holders of a permanent humanitarian visa; demonstrate financial disadvantage and be enrolled to study full-time. Applicants must provide a personal written statement (max 500 words) identifying their relevant equity group and outlining their career and personal goals and how the scholarship will assist them in achieving their goals.

The recipient will be selected on the basis of financial disadvantage, a personal written statement and performance at an interview. Academic merit (Tertiary Entrance Rank) will also be considered in the recipient selection.

Value: up to $16,000 which equates to $4,000 per year for a maximum of four years. Annual payments will be split in two instalments of $2,000 paid after the Study Period 2 and Study Period 5 census dates.

Please note that the Minter Ellison Law Scholarship will not be offered in 2014.

For more information contact:
Mrs Carol Brewitt
Team Leader: Academic Services
School of Law
Tel: (08) 8302 7225
Email: carol.brewitt@unisa.edu.au

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Pank/University of South Australia Prize for Social Innovation and Enterprise

The Pank Prize for Social Innovation and Enterprise is open to all current UniSA students and alumni. The prize is designed to assist the recipient set up a new and innovative social enterprise in South Australia. Applicants can nominate a business partner who is not a UniSA student or alumni member to assist with their application for the award, valued at $10,000 plus mentoring support.

The application and selection process consists of three stages:

  • Stage 1: Interested parties must complete an online expression of interest and submit a business idea. They will then be contacted by a representative from the School of Management to discuss their idea.
  • Stage 2: Applicants who meet the criteria will be asked to prepare and submit a feasibility plan that details their business idea and its implementation. Applicants will be directed to a website providing comprehensive modules to assist the applicant in preparing their feasibility plan.
  • Stage 3: The feasibility plans will be short listed by a panel of representatives from the School of Management. Each plan will be assessed on the strength of the idea, the reality of the opportunity and the passion of the applicant for the business. Short listed applicants will then have a chance to present the business idea to the panel. The prize recipient will be selected by the panel including a representative from the School of Management and a representative of the Pank family.

The prize recipient will be asked to develop a plan, in conjunction with a mentor, which includes milestones and timelines for the first 12 months.

Value: $10,000 paid in instalments subject to the provision of tax invoices or receipts. The recipient will also receive mentoring support to the value of $10,000 from UniSA staff.

For extended criteria and application details please contact:
Ms Ling Ly 
Team Leader/ Program Executive Support 
School of Management 
Tel: (08) 8302 0754 
Email: Ling.Ly@unisa.edu.au 

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Paul Anderson Law Grant

The Paul Anderson Law Grant is available to students who have completed at least 8 law courses. The grant will be awarded on the basis of financial disadvantage and academic merit, and preference will be given to students with a disability. 

Value: $4,000 based on a full-time load, it will be paid to the recipient in two instalments after the Study Period 2 and Study Period 5 census dates provided the recipient continues to meet the scholarship conditions and maintains satisfactory academic progress.

For more information contact:
Mrs Carol Brewitt
Team Leader: Academic Services
School of Law
Tel: (08) 8302 7225
Email: carol.brewitt@unisa.edu.au

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SA Wealth Group Grant

The SA Wealth Group Grant is open to students enrolled in all Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Business degrees within the School of Commerce. Students who have completed and/or are currently enrolled in BANK 3005 Applied Financial Planning will be given preference.

The successful candidate will receive $3,000 and have the opportunity to undertake a 2-month full time internship/placement over the summer break. They will work with leading professionals and be a part of a dynamic and challenging team. The skills and experience that are gained from this can be immeasurable, opening up the doorway to future employment and industry attraction within the finance area..

A candidate must:

  • be in their final year of study
  • have achieved at least a credit average or 5.0 GPA
  • be studying in Australia (onshore) and looking to remain in Adelaide and seek a career in Financial Planning

APPLICATION PROCESS:
Interested students must apply via myScholarships on the myUniSA student portal and submit a supporting statement to the Academic Services Officer, School of Commerce via commerce@unisa.edu.au. This statement of no more than 1,000 words must address the following:

  • Why you are interested in the area of financial advisory and planning
  • What your career aspirations are in the finance industry

SELECTION PROCESS:
Following this, applicants will be shortlisted and then asked to participate in an interview. The interview panel will comprise of:

  • a SA Wealth Management representative
  • a Finance academic staff member

Value: $3,000 and the opportunity of work experience at SA Wealth Group as a Client Services Officer.

For more information contact:
Academic Services Officer
School of Commerce
Tel: (08) 8302 0798
Email: commerce@unisa.edu.au

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University of South Australia Business School Aboriginal Scholarship

The University of South Australia Business School is offering three scholarships valued up to $6000 per annum or $500 per course enrolment post census in that year, as a living allowance scholarship to contribute to independent academic learning of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

To be awarded for a period of three academic years to a student of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent who has been admitted to an undergraduate program offered by the Business School for studies in Business, Commerce or Law.

The scholarship total is $12000 for 3 year degrees, $16000 for 4 year degrees or $20000 for 5 year degree. 

Value: up to $6,000 per annum or $500 per course enrolment post census in that year.

For more information contact:
Academic Officer: Credit and Admissions
University of South Australia Business School
Tel: (08) 8302 0179
Fax: (08) 8302 0904
Email: Div-BUE-academic-services@unisa.edu.au 

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University of South Australia Business School Overseas Experience Grants

UniSA Business School Overseas Experience Grants are competitive and open to both undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students enrolled in a University of South Australia Business School program. The Business School Overseas Experience Grants will assist students who are participating in an overseas experience such as an internship, conference presentation or third party provided practicum, summer school, study tour or volunteer abroad program. Activities must be approved by the Program Director for credit into the student's program of study.

Closing date: see UniSA Business School Mobility website

Value: $2,000

For more information contact:
Academic Officer: Student Mobility UniSA Business School Services
Tel: (08) 8302 0903
Fax: (08) 8302 0904
Email: business.mobility@unisa.edu.au
Website: http://w3.unisa.edu.au/business/exchange/outbound/scholarships.asp

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University of South Australia Business School Research Vacation Scholarship

The purpose of the scholarship is to enable undergraduate students, in the Business School, to undertake research with an experienced researcher over the summer vacation period, in disciplines within the Business School . The intended outcomes are to encourage outstanding students, who may be interested in exploring a particular topic or wish to pursue a higher degree by research; to stimulate students interest in research; and to gauge students research aptitude. The maximum tenure is eight weeks. The grants are not intended to support the employment of students for routine work or the completion of program requirements.

Who can apply: Current undergraduate second, third year or final year and Honours students within the UniSA Business School.

Eligibility: Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic merit (usually recipients have a GPA of 5 or above).

Value: $300 per week for the agreed tenure, which is up to eight weeks (to a maximum value of $2,400). Payment is made fortnightly in arrears.

For more information contact:
The Business School Research Office
Email: business-research@unisa.edu.au

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University of South Australia Business School Student Mobility Grants

UniSA Business School Student Mobility Grant will assist business students undertaking an international exchange (via the UniSA International Student Exchange Program) at a partner University, with travel and living expenses. The grants are open to both undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students enrolled in a UniSA Business School program who are participating in exchange for the first time. A range of grants are available in value from $1,500 to $5,000.

Value: from $1,500 to $5,000

Closing date: Please refer to UniSA Business School Student Mobility website

For extended criteria and application details, please contact:
Academic Officer Student Mobility
Business Division Services
Tel: (08) 8302 0903
Fax: (08) 8302 0904
Email: business.mobility@unisa.edu.au
Website: UniSA Business School Student Mobility website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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