Murdoch University Academic Excellence Award: Veterinary Science

The Murdoch University Academic Excellence Awards (MUAEA's) acknowledge and reward commencing students who have a record of high academic achievement in previous studies. The Domestic School Leaver Veterinary Science category of the MUAEA's are awarded to domestic applicants with the top 5 ATAR scores or IB equivalent results commencing in the Bachelor of Science/Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in Semester 1 2017.

Number:

5 scholarships are available.

Value:

$3,000

Closes:

Monday 7th January 2019

Payment:

Subject to the terms and conditions of the award being met, the award is paid in two equal instalments of half value directly to a recipient's nominated bank account after Week 7 or 8 of each of the first two consecutive semesters of study.

Eligibility:

To be eligible for the award, applicants:

  • Must be an Australian citizen, Australian Permanent Residency visa holder, Humanitarian visa holder or a New Zealand citizen.
  • Have received a West Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) or equivalent and an ATAR score or International Baccalaureate Diploma result within the last 12 calendar months from the closing date of the award.
  • Must have applied to study the Bachelor of Science/Doctor of Veterinary Medicine integrated degree (TISC Code: MUSVB) at Murdoch University course through TISC http://www.tisc.edu.au/.
  • Have the Bachelor of Science/Doctor of Veterinary Medicine integrated degree (TISC Code MUSVB) as the TISC first preference as at the deadline for changing TISC preferences as published by TISC on their website
More info:

Please read the terms and conditions

For further information please email internationalscholarships@murdoch.edu.au

How to apply

There is no application for the MUAEA Domestic School Leaver Veterinary Studies Category because the University will offer the award to the eligible applicants with the top 5 ATAR scores or IB equivalents.

What happens next?

Applicants will be assessed based on the published eligibility criteria. If the number of eligible MUAEA applications exceeds the number of awards that can be granted, award applicants will be ranked and awards made based on predicted ATAR in the first instance and then by recommended subjects followed by English competence levels.