John Warren Hill Scholarship in Science
This scholarship encourages recent school leavers to pursue undergraduate study in science and go on to solve grand challenges to humanity and the world through science, mathematics and technology.
It is funded from a bequest from Jeannette Hill in 2014 in memory of her husband, John Warren Hill, who was the holder of two University Medals – Bachelor of Science in 1942 (Mathematical Physics) and Bachelor of Engineering in 1947 (Mechanical Engineering).
Candidates must be an Australian Citizen, New Zealand Citizen, or Australian Permanent Resident.
Candidates must be recent school leavers who:
- have applied for admission through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC), and
- do not have a record of prior tertiary study, and
- have completed secondary qualifications in the year immediately prior to award or undertaken no more than one gap year.
Candidates must have one of the following undergraduate courses in the Faculty of Science at the University of Sydney within their UAC preferences no later than January Round 1:
- Bachelor of Science, or
- Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Advanced Studies, or
- Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Advanced Studies (Advanced), or
- Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Advanced Studies (Agriculture), or
- Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Advanced Studies (Food and Agribusiness), or
- Bachelor of Science and Master of Mathematical Sciences, or
- Bachelor of Science and Master of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Candidates must enrol full-time in one of the undergraduate degrees listed above.Act Now
No application required. Awarded based on ATAR and UAC preferences.