Women In Engineering Scholarship opportunities

Undergraduate scholarships

To attract high-achieving women to the Faculty of Engineering, a number of scholarships are available to undergraduate female applicants through UNSW Scholarships

  • Arcadis Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • Arup Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • Atlassian Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • Boral Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • Bouygues Construction Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • Commonwealth Bank of Australia Women in Engineering Scholarships
  • Dolby Australia Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • DSTO Undergraduate Scholarship for Females in Science and Engineering
  • Faculty of Engineering Interstate Female Scholarships
  • Faculty of Engineering Rural Scholarships (two for women)
  • Hindmarsh Women in Civil Engineering Scholarship
  • hipages  Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • Infigen Energy Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • Kimberly-Clark Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • KPMG  Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • Next Generation Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • Orica Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • Origin Energy Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • South32  Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • The John Lions Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • Transurban Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • Veris  Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • Women in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering David Beale Scholarship
  • WSP  Women in Engineering Scholarship
  • WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff Civil and Environmental Women in Engineering Scholarship

Learn more about the Women in Engineering scholarships.

Postgraduate scholarships

The UNSW Women in Engineering Research Scholarship was established to assist women of high academic achievement with an interest in a research and/or an academic career in engineering. UNSW Engineering offers two Women in Engineering Top-up Scholarships every semester, see our Research Scholarships page for more information.

Recipients of the Women In Engineering scholarships

A generous donation by David Beale encouraged Sarah Howells to study engineering as an undergraduate UNSW. Read her story here.

Learn more about UNSW Engineering's program for female students.