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At Monash Engineering, we offer a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships to recognise academic excellence and to enable students from diverse backgrounds to study engineering.
At Monash Engineering, we celebrate academic excellence and support students who are disadvantaged.
The Faculty of Engineering provides financial support through the following scholarships and bursaries.
Engineering Excellence Awards
The Engineering Excellence award is offered to the highest achieving students entering an engineering course at Monash. Recipients must receive an ATAR score of at least 98.00. The award includes an invite to participate in the prestigious Leadership in a Technological Environment (LITE) program.
Women in Engineering Bursaries
The Women in Engineering Bursaries celebrate the success of high achieving female students who choose to pursue a rewarding career in engineering.
Engineering International Undergraduate Awards
These awards recognise high achieving international students studying Year 12 or IB in Australia and who receive an ATAR of at least 90.00.
Engineering Indigenous Scholarships
Offered in conjunction with Monash College this scholarship is awarded to the highest achieving Year 11 indigenous students commencing a Diploma of Engineering at Monash College.
University-wide Scholarships and Bursaries
In addition to scholarships offered by the faculty, Monash University also offer university-wide scholarships and bursaries. Visit the Coursework Scholarships Website for a full list of all the scholarships and bursaries available.
Most scholarships can be applied for through VTAC. Please check the Coursework Scholarships website for further information on the application process.
"When I received the Engineering Excellence Award, I felt a great sense of achievement. Having this scholarship means that I don’t have to work as much part-time while at university.” Jenny Li, Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering.