31 July 2020.



(Partially Funded)


Engineering and IT Postgraduate Academic Excellence Scholarship

Engineering and IT Postgraduate Academic Excellence Scholarship was established to attract high achieving commencing international students enrolling in a postgraduate coursework program at UTS Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology.

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Academic merit in the most recently completed tertiary qualification recognised by UTS for entry into the selected UTS Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology Masters by coursework program.

A maximum of 100 new Recipients will be awarded the Scholarship annually.

Opportunity Focus Areas:

  • Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Environmental Engineering Management
  • Project Management
  • Internetworking
  • Science in Internetworking
  • Supply chain Management
  • Engineering Management (MBA)
  • Animation and Visualisation
  • Interaction Design

Required Languages


Eligible Countries


Program Period

Standard duration of course.

Eligibility Requirements (Criteria)

  • You must remain an international student (not an Australian citizen, New Zealand citizen or permanent resident of Australia) for the duration of the Scholarship.
  • You must commence a Masters by coursework degree at the Faculty of Engineering and IT at UTS full-time and on campus; and
  • You must not currently be based in Australia.
  • You must not have completed studies in Australia within the last six months to commencing at UTS.
  • You must not be a government sponsored student.
  • You must not be a recipient of another UTS scholarship for the duration of this Scholarship.
  • You must not be enrolled in a UTS Transnational Program.

Opportunity Cost

(Partially Funded)

  • This opportunity covers 25% of tuition fees.

How to Apply

First Step: Select your course from tht course finder.

Second Step: Complete the UTS Online Application System (you have to register and log in to submit you application).

Supporting documents required to submit the application:

  • academic transcript – include certified copies of your academic records
  • English language proficiency – include a certified copy of your English test score if available
  • a completed form, if you are applying for recognition of prior learning (RPL)
  • details of exclusion (or possible exclusions) from a course on academic or other grounds
  • details of relevant work experience,  including certified copies of references from your employer on company letterhead, if required
  • supporting statement or portfolio:
    • if required, your personal statement should state why you wish to study the course you have nominated and outline your major personal, academic and educational achievements. You must also explain how you are capable of succeeding in the course.
    •  if required, your portfolio needs to contain between five and ten pieces of original work showing your design ability. Some courses may have additional portfolio requirements. Refer to the UTS Handbook for details. Your portfolio may be submitted as colour photocopies, photos, CD-ROM, DVD, web sites or show reels. Please do not submit copies of your original work, as they may not be returned.
  • details of disability or ongoing medical condition that will require you to seek special assistance from the university. You must attach a medical statement from a registered doctor.

Third Step: Your application, application fee, and supporting documentation must be submitted to UTS either:

In person
You can submit the application form to the UTS International office:

Building 10, Level 2 (CB10.02.444)
235 Jones Street
Broadway NSW 2007

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By mail to:
Manager International Recruitment
UTS International
University of Technology Sydney
PO Box 123
Broadway NSW 2007

To a UTS representative:
You can submit your application to one of the many student recruitment agents worldwide. These Student Recruitment Agents are more than happy to discuss study options available at UTS, and can assist you in preparing and submitting your application.

To a UTS representative at a UTS International event:
Your application can also be submitted directly to a UTS representative at a UTS international event.

Fourth Step: If you have met all specific requirements you will receive a letter of offer to study at UTS.

You will then need to accept the offer.


UTS International will automatically consider all commencing international students applying for a Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology Masters by coursework program at UTS in Sydney for this Scholarship. There is no separate scholarship application or documentation in addition to what is required for the application for course admission.

– Documents not in English must be officially translated and submitted together with certified copies of supporting documents.

– Officers authorised to translate official documents into English include:

  • NAATI (National Accreditation Authority for Translators & Interpreters) accredited translators (opens an external site)
  • A translator from a reputable translation company in your home country
  • An official translation from the institution that issued the document
  • A UTS registered student recruitment agent
  • A public notary

– Translated documents must have an official (translation) seal and be signed by the translator.

– UTS will accept copies certified by employees of one of the following:

  • Australian Overseas Diplomatic Mission.
  • UTS Authorised Representative or Agent.
  • Public Notary Office.
  • the Administration of the Institution that issued the relevant document.
  • an Australian university.

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This Scholarship Published by:
Amina Osman/ Lebanon

Reviewed by” Eman Fadel Ali / Egypt
MARJ3 Intern
MARJ3 Scholarships team