Murdoch University School of Veterinary and Life Sciences:
Crop and Pasture Science Scholarships

The School of Veterinary and Life Sciences has been awarding scholarships of $3,000 to domestic applicants with excellent ATAR scores or IB equivalent results, commencing in the Bachelor Science and undertaking a major in Crop and Pasture Science since Semester 1 2017.

To be eligible, students must list Bachelor of Science (Crop and Pasture Science) (MUSPC) as their first preference on TISC, meet English Language requirements, and attain a minimum raw ATAR of 70 prior to any RISE bonus.


5 scholarships are available




Closes: Wednesday, 08 January 2020


Subject to the terms and conditions of the award being met, the $3,000 award is paid in two equal instalments (of AU$1,500 each) directly to a nominated recipient's bank account after the census date of each of the first two consecutive semesters of study. In other words:

  • The first AU$1,500 payment will be credited to the nominated bank account after week 7 or 8 of the first semester of study at Murdoch University;
  • The second payment of AU$1,500 will also be credited to the nominated bank account after the Week 7 or 8 of the second semester of study at Murdoch University (the semester immediately after the recipients first semester of study)

To be eligible for the award, applicants:

  • Must be an Australian citizen, an Australian Permanent Residency 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 – Crop and Pasture Science (TISC Code: MUSPC) at Murdoch University course through TISC
  • Have Crop and Pasture Science (TISC Code: MUSPC) as the TISC first preference as at the deadline for changing TISC preferences as published by TISC on their website
More info:

How to apply

1 Apply to Murdoch University via TISC.
2 Ensure that this course is your first preference when applying through TISC

What happens next?

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