University Hall residents may be eligible for a number of University Hall supported scholarships and bursaries.There also many academic scholarship opportunities which University Hall residents are eligible for. Find out more.

Ralph Pervan Scholarship

Created to honour the memory of the late Ralph Pervan, a much loved member of the Hall who worked to promote social unity. Each year University Hall seeks to support rural Western Australian students in their move to University studies by offering the Ralph Pervan Scholarship. The scholarships guarantee a place in University Hall for the first academic year and provide free board for a period of up to 17 weeks in second semester. Any student completing Year 12 at a secondary school in rural WA, and seeking admission to a course in The University of Western Australia in the following year, may apply for the award of one of the scholarships.

Eligibility

Any student completing Year 12 at a secondary school in rural WA, and seeking admission to a course in The University of Western Australia in the following year, may apply for the award of one of the scholarships. The award is made on the basis of the applicant’s potential to benefit from university studies and to contribute to the community both within the Hall and at large.  The ideas for which Dr Pervan stood will be borne in mind when making the award.  Thus, academic potential, citizenship, leadership and sporting qualities will all be taken into account.

Key dates

Applications open 1 November 2014
Applications close 31 December 2014

University of Western Australia Club Scholarship

This scholarship, provided by The University Club of Western Australia, provides successful candidates with a reduced rental rate for a selected NRAS room. Applicants must be returning residents who have resided in the Hall for at least one academic year, attained satisfactory academic results and meet NRAS eligibility requirements. Applications are closed for 2013.

University of Western Australia Accomodation Bursary

This bursary provides for payment of half the recipients annual accommodation fees including all meals. Applicants must be current or prospective full-time UWA Australian domestic undergraduate or postgraduate students who meet NRAS eligibility requirements. Applications are closed for 2013.

Rio Tinto Undergraduate Residential Scholarship for Indigenous Students

Rio Tinto donates funds to The University of Western Australia (the University) to provide scholarships to support and encourage a diverse range of students. Five Rio Tinto Undergraduate Residential Scholarships are available to support and encourage Indigenous students to undertake an undergraduate degree course at the University by covering the cost of accommodation at University Hall or a residential college affiliated to the University and providing a living allowance for the duration of the course. These scholarships are not offered annually. Contact the Graduate Research and Scholarships Office on (+61) 8 6488 2807 or www.scholarships.uwa.edu.au for further information.

BHP Billiton Iron Ore Indigenous Scholarships Undergraduate

These scholarships are available to support Indigenous students to undertake an undergraduate degree at UWA. The Scholarships provide a living allowance, ancillary allowance and residential accommodation fees at one of the UWA Residential Colleges. Applicants must be an Indigenous Australian resident, enrolled or eligible to enroll in an undergraduate course at the University and accepted to an affiliated residential college. This scholarship is administered by the School of Indigenous Studies and is currently closed for applications.