UTS Housing Resident Networker Scholarship

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

The Resident Networker program is a leadership development program for UTS Housing residents and is a vital part of the UTS Housing community. This Scholarship is an extension of the Resident Networker (RN) program. The Scholarship is offered on a voluntary basis and aims to provide financial support to students admitted to the Resident Networker program to assist with the costs of their education.


Applicants must: be a current resident of UTS Housing; person of good fame and character; have full-time enrolment in any UTS undergraduate or postgraduate degree; be an Australian or New Zealand citizens, or permanent residents permanent humanitarian visa holders; or be an international student. Selection is based on: participate in the RN training program; be available throughout UTS housing welcome week; residents who are in the second year of their course or above, have attained, and maintained, a minimum pass grade average in the previous academic year; be endorsed by two current residents of UTS Housing supporting your application to become an RN. Desirable: For residents who are in the second year of their course or above, have attained, and maintained, a minimum credit, or higher, grade average in the previous academic year; demonstrate prior involvement in community leadership roles, including volunteering, UTS clubs and societies, and charity.

Further details

Applications are not required for this Scholarship; eligible candidates will be identified through UTS Housing recommendation, as candidates will have been offered and accepted into the Resident Networkers program in the year of award.

Frequency Annual
Duration year
Student type Australian and New Zealand
Gender Co-Ed
For Australian students
For international students
Level of study Undergraduate / VET
Field of studys Accounting
Built environment
Business and management
Computing and information technology
Creative arts
Education and training
Engineering and technology
Environmental studies
Tourism and hospitality
Health services and support
Humanities and social sciences
Para-legal studies
Social work
Sport and leisure
Veterinary science
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