Scholarships and awards

Achieving great results is the result of a lot of hard work, determination and diligence from students often juggling study with part-time work, family commitments and social life. We acknowledge high achievers through awards and prizes, and scholarships based on academic merit.

Name

Eligibility

Archibald Scholarship

  • are commencing the Bachelor of Economics (Honours) program in the year of award; or
  • have completed at least #48 towards the Bachelor of Advanced Finance and Economics (Honours) and intend to, or are currently enrolled in Economics in the year of award; and
  • have obtained an overall GPA of at least 6.50 in the Specified Courses.

BDO Future Finance Leaders

3rd-4th year Bachelor of Advanced Finance and Economics program

BJ Freeman Scholarship in Commerce

2nd-5th year Commerce

BEL Overseas Study Assistance BEL students undertaking an approved exchange semester

Don Argent Endowed Business Scholarship

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, financial hardship

Frank Finn Scholarships

4th year Commerce

J.M. Donnelly Scholarship

Samoan heritage, studying business, economics or law

Matthew McLennan & Richard Howes Scholarship

Completed first semester Honours in Business or Economics Schools, write proposal for collaborative research article on set topic

Women in Finance Female, 2nd year Commerce, Advanced Finance or Advanced Business


 

Name

Eligibility

Applications

Archibald Scholarship

4th year economics, highest GPA

No need to apply

BEL Overseas Study Assistance

BEL students undertaking an approved exchange semester

No application required. 

Business Scholarship for Chinese Students

Citizen of P.R. of China

Closed for 2019, expected to open in December 2019 for 2020

BJ Freeman Scholarship in Commerce

2nd-5th year commerce

Closed for 2019, expected to open in December 2019 for 2020

Frank Finn Scholarships

4th year Commerce

Closed for 2019, expected to open in September 2019 for 2020

Thomas A Plein Foundation Scholarship

USA citizen studying Business, Economics or Law

Closed for 2019, expected to open in December 2019 for 2020

The Dean's Honour Roll recognises outstanding academic excellence in a student's program of study in the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law (BEL). Each year a number of undergraduate* and postgraduate* students within the BEL Faculty are eligible for placement on the Dean's Honour Roll. From 2014, the Dean's Honour Roll will be awarded to the top 10% of students graduating from eligible* BEL programs. 

Congratulations to the students who have graduated and are admitted to the Dean's Honour Roll.

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

*Undergraduate law students and students in an honours program do not receive the Dean’s Honour Roll, given that they may receive on-course honours during their program of study. For postgraduate programs, only masters students may be eligible.

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