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UWS Pathways To Dreaming Indigenous Achievement Scholarship
Applicants must have been actively involved in the Pathways To Dreaming program throughout high school including attending mentoring sessions, contributing in group projects and attending university workshop days.
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How to apply
Externally managed. Apply at https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/opportunities/scholarships/all_uws_scholarships/PATHWAYS
If applicants are applying through the University Admissions Centre (UAC), they will need to choose any Western Sydney University undergraduate degree in their top 3 preferences by close of Change of Preferences.
Applicants must have been actively involved in the Pathways To Dreaming program throughout high school including attending mentoring sessions, contributing to group projects and attending university workshop days.
Applicants must demonstrate academic potential by achieving an ATAR of 75, or equivalent via the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Alternative Entry Program.
Applications must demonstrate how the Pathways To Dreaming program has benefited the applicant and what he/she has gained and how it will assist them in the future.
How to Apply
Applicants must fill out the online application form which includes answering the self-reflective question and supplying a reference from a teacher. Applicants can also have the ability to upload 3 supporting documents which may include school reports, personal references, certificates etc.
Successful applicants will be chosen based on their written application, academic potential and the degree to which they meet the criteria.