There has never been a better time for women to take up exciting careers in one of engineering's most challenging and rewarding fields - Maritime Engineering. To increase female participation in maritime engineering programmes, the National Centre for Maritime Engineering and Hydrodynamics (NCMEH), Australia's premier maritime engineering facility at the University of Tasmania's specialist institute, the Australian Maritime College (AMC), is offering great scholarships to future engineering women.
University of Tasmania Destination Australia Scholarships 2022/2023
- Master, Bachelor
- Up to $4,000 per semester
- 31 October 2021
Scholarships are available for international female students who apply to study in the Bachelor of Maritime Engineering (Specialisation) (Honours) (24V1) for 2021, majoring in Naval Architecture, Ocean Engineering or Marine and Offshore Engineering on the Launceston campus, and who meet the scholarship eligibility requirements. Not available to applicants entering with advanced standing.
Scholarships are also available for international female students who are eligible to commence the Master of Engineering (Maritime Design) (27B1) on the Launceston campus in Semester 1 or 2, 2021. Not available to applicants entering with advanced standing.
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Undergraduate students: Recipients will receive one payment of $4,000 each semester ($8,000 in total), to be used towards educational costs - this will be paid directly into the student's Australian bank account shortly after census date each semester.
Postgraduate students: Recipients will receive one payment of $4,000, to be used towards educational costs - this will be paid directly into the student's Australian bank account shortly after census date of first semester.
Students are assessed automatically for the International Women in Maritime Engineering Scholarship upon submission of their International Student Application, there is no need to submit a separate scholarship application.