Women in Surveying Scholarship

Welcome to the Bennett + Bennett Women in Surveying Scholarship, a groundbreaking initiative established in partnership with UniSQ. Our mission is simple yet profound: to champion gender diversity and empower women in the field of surveying.

In launching this scholarship, Bennett + Bennett recognises the importance of fostering inclusivity and equality within the surveying industry. Historically, women have been under-represented in this field, facing barriers to entry and advancement. We believe it's time to change that narrative and create a more inclusive environment where all individuals have equal opportunities to thrive. 

Through this scholarship, we aim to provide financial support and education opportunities to aspiring female surveyors. By investing in their education and professional development, we hope to encourage more women to pursue careers in surveying and create a network of support and mentorship for scholarship recipients.

Scholarship details

In 2024, UniSQ will offer one Bennett + Bennett Women in Surveying Scholarship to support a student commencing their studies in either an Associate Degree of Spatial Science (majoring in Surveying), or Bachelor of Spatial Science Technology (Surveying), or Bachelor of Spatial Science (Honours) (Surveying) to the value of $4,000. This scholarship will be open for applications during the Scholarship Round 3 (opening May and closing July). 

Eligibility

Applicants must adhere to the below eligibility critera:

Be a domestic student currently residing in Australia
Be commencing or continuing in their degree
Enrolled at least part time (4 units a year) at UniSQ in the Associate Degree of Spatial Science (majoring in Surveying) or Bachelor of Spatial Science Technology (BSST), or Bachelor of Spatial Science (Honours) (BSPH)
Have not previously received this scholarship
Identify as female 

Selection criteria

Applicants must:

Address each personal statement question below (250 words maximum per question: 

What influenced and/or motivated you to choose your intended study program at UniSQ?
How you see yourself as a future professional within your field?
How (if applicable) you have participated in your community in a meaningful way?
Provide evidence of academic achievement as direct in the application process: 
High school report card or post-secondary academic history (transcript of results) e.g. school, TAFE 

 
Apply Now
 

Latest Newss

Introducing the Bennett + Bennett Women in Surveying Scholarship

March 19, 2024

Read More

Grand Opening of Tweed Valley Hospital

October 17, 2023

Read More

Problem Solving with Urban Design

March 19, 2024

Read More
View Our News