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2010 Course Handbook

Undergraduate Scholarships

In addition to the scholarships listed below, various Faculties and Departments within Macquarie University have other scholarships to offer. Students should contact their Faculty for further information.

Both Dunmore Lang College and Robert Menzies College also provide scholarships for students. Please contact the respective college for more information.

The Deutsche Bank Scholarship in Actuarial Studies

Deutsche Bank, in collaboration with the Department of Actuarial Studies at Macquarie University, will be awarding the inaugural Deutsche Bank Scholarship in Actuarial Studies in 2010.

The Scholarship, valued at AUD$10,000 per annum for three years (conditions apply), will be awarded to a first year Actuarial Studies student at Macquarie University. In addition, the Scholarship recipient will complete a four week placement within the Global Markets or Global Banking division of Deutsche Bank Australia in Sydney in July each year.

All first year Actuarial Studies students are encouraged to apply. Applications for the Scholarship close on Friday 9th April 2010.

Macquarie University Alumni Alex Mitchell Scholarship

The purpose of this scholarship is to enable the holder to pursue a full-time program of study leading to a Bachelor degree majoring in a subject area within the Faculty of Arts. $7500 is awarded over three years to an incoming undergraduate student.

The scholarship shall be awarded on an annual basis and shall be tenable for three years. For further information, contact the Alumni Relations Office on +61 2 9850 7310 or visit Alumni Relations.

Biology Summer Research Experience Scholarships

These scholarships are available on academic merit to students enrolled in biology undergraduate programs. The purpose of the scholarships is to provide project based work experience opportunities during the summer vacation.

The scholarships are valued at $275 per week for two to 10 weeks depending on the duration of the student's work experience project.

For further information contact the Faculty of Science on +61 2 9850 8418.

Chemistry Scholarship

This scholarship is available to students enrolling in the Bachelor of Science degree undertaking a coherent study in chemistry. The scholarship is valued at $1000 per year and is available for up to three years subject to satisfactory progress.

For further details, contact the Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science on +61 2 9850 8275.

Doris Wallent Scholarship in Mathematics

One scholarship will be awarded for excellence in mathematics in the NSW/ACT Higher School Certificate to a first year student enrolled in the units MATH132 and MATH133 in 2009. Preference will be given to female candidates. The scholarship is valued at $1000.

For further details, contact the Department of Mathematics on +61 2 9850 8947.

Dragan Tosich Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is available to students with an interest in Serbian Studies, who can show cause for financial support.

For further details contact the Department of European Languages on +61 2 9850 7005.

Fred Roberts Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is available to a student who has completed the requirements for the award of the Advanced Diploma in Community Management. To be eligible, the student must show excellence in the study and practice of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Management as well as having been accepted into another course at Macquarie University. The scholarship is valued at $1000 and is awarded on a yearly basis.

Further information may be obtained from the DCM Coordinator, Mr Sam Altman, on +61 2 9850 8616.

Honours Scholarships—Accounting, Finance and Economics

The Faculty of Business and Economics offers up to three Honours Scholarships per year in the areas of Accounting and Finance, and Economics.

The scholarships are awarded to full-time students on the basis of academic merit in their Bachelor degree program, measured by GPA (or equivalent). To be eligible students must be accepted into either the Honours program in the Department of Accounting and Finance or the Honours Degree of Bachelor of Economics.

The scholarships are for full-time enrolment in a one-year program and are not renewable. The scholarships are valued at $7500 each.

For further information, contact the Faculty of Business and Economics on +61 2 9850 8450.

Indigenous Scholarships

There is financial assistance available for Indigenous students who enrol in a Bachelor's Degree program at Macquarie University (excluding the Bachelor of Teaching and the Bachelor of Community Management).

For more information or to make an application, contact the Department of Indigenous Studies—Warawara, on +61 2 9850 8836.

Jan Rakowski Polish Educational Scholarships

These scholarships are available for students enrolled in Polish units of at least six credit points in a given academic year.

For further details contact the Polish Office in the Department of International Studies on +61 2 9850 7005.

Japanese Studies Centre For Teaching Development Scholarships

One of the important aims of the Japanese Studies Centre for Teaching Development (MJS Centre) is to contribute to the maintenance and improvement of the standard of Japanese education in the community by expanding learning opportunities for teachers and prospective teachers of the Japanese language and culture. The purpose of this scholarship is to cover all or a part of HECS and tuition fees. Each scholarship will be determined by the costs of fees involved in the nominated program. Scholarships are a part of the Nippon Foundation Fund for Japanese Language Education.

For a full list of scholarships available and conditions, visit Janpanese Studies or contact the MJS Centre on +61 2 9850 6891.

G L Melville Actuarial Studies Scholarship and the Laurie Schalchlin Memorial Actuarial Scholarship

These scholarships are available to students who are enrolled in or are intending to enrol in the Bachelor of Commerce—Actuarial Studies program or a combined Actuarial Studies program. They are available to both high school leavers and continuing Macquarie University students. Candidates must be permanent residents of Australia.

The scholarships are awarded based on academic merit, financial need and the personal circumstances of the applicant; they are tenable for one year and valued at $2500.

Applicants who already hold a scholarship or award, other than Youth Allowance, will only be eligible to receive the scholarship with the permission of the donor. These applicants may still apply, and should specify all the details of the scholarship or award held.

For further details and an application form, please see Actuarial Scholarships or phone +61 2 9850 9987.

Le Fevre Scholarship in Chemistry

This scholarship is available to full-time students undertaking a Bachelor degree with a coherent study in chemistry. Scholarship recipients will be required to enrol in the following units during the period of the scholarship:

Year 1: CBMS101, CBMS103
Year 2: CBMS204, CBMS207, CBMS208
Year 3: At least 18 credit points of 300-level chemistry including an approved combination of units as defined in the Schedule of Programs.

The scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic merit in the HSC. It is tenable for three years, subject to satisfactory progress, at the following rates: $2000 in the first year, $2100 in the second year and $2200 in the third year of the scholarship.

For further details, contact the Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences, on +61 2 9850 8275.

Macquarie Higher Study Scholarships (MAHS)

This program is designed to support recipients to continue their studies to an advanced coursework or Honours level. MAHS is valued at $9016 a year in 2010 for up to four years, indexed annually.

In addition to being financially disadvantaged and relocating to Sydney from an Australian rural area, a successful applicant will be able to display outstanding character, maturity, common sense, eagerness and passion, and capacity to triumph over hardship, including financial disadvantage, sole parent or carer responsibilities, non-English speaking or Indigenous background, effects of trauma and/or abuse, long-term medical condition/disability, coming from rural or remote area, or other disadvantage.

For further information, contact the Coursework Studies Section on +61 2 9850 7337 or coursework@mq.edu.au.

Macquarie Indigenous Top-up Scholarship (MITS)

This scholarship is to reward Indigenous students on commencement of their second and subsequent years of their study programs.

The University will offer these 'top-up' scholarships to each recipient of Indigenous Access Scholarships (IAS), of increasing value for each year of a program commenced. In year 2 enrolment, the value of the scholarship is $1000, in year 3 enrolment the value of the scholarship is $2000 and so forth.

For further information, contact the Coursework Studies Section on +61 2 9850 7337 or coursework@mq.edu.au.

Macquarie International Travel Grants

Travel grants are available to students seeking a degree at Macquarie University. Macquarie International supports student exchange, conferences, research, language study and internships as well as other short-term study opportunities overseas with a supplement towards their expenses. Visit Macquarie Students Going Abroad for information and application procedures.

Macquarie University Alumni Family Scholarship

The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage the legacy of family members attending Macquarie University across generations. The scholarship will be awarded to an immediate family member of an Alumnus/Alumnae, on the basis of financial hardship. This $5000 scholarship will be tenable for an incoming full-time undergraduate student enrolled in any Faculty, for a period of one year.

For further information, contact the Alumni Relations Office on +61 2 9850 7310 .

Macquarie University Equity Scholarships

Many university students experience difficulty with the costs of living and studying. These financial difficulties arise from having limited income and many expenses such as accommodation costs. Equity Scholarships are awarded to help disadvantaged students with costs associated with higher education

Macquarie Education Costs Scholarship (MECS)

This equity based scholarship is designed to support recipients whose opportunities to study at university may have been hampered by situations out of their control. MECS is valued at $4508 a year in 2010 for up to four years, indexed annually. In addition to being financially disadvantaged, a successful applicant will be able to display outstanding character, maturity, common sense, eagerness and passion, and capacity to triumph over hardship, including financial disadvantage, sole parent or carer responsibilities, non-English speaking or Indigenous background, effects of trauma and/or abuse, long-term medical condition/disability, coming from rural or remote area, or other disadvantage. For further information, contact the Coursework Studies Section on +61 2 9850 7337 or coursework@mq.edu.au.

Macquarie Accommodation Scholarship (MAS)

This equity based scholarship is designed to support recipients whose opportunities to study at university may have been hampered by situations out of their control. MAS is valued at $9016 a year in 2010 for up to four years, indexed annually. In addition to being financially disadvantaged and relocating to Sydney from an Australian rural area, a successful applicant will be able to display outstanding character, maturity, common sense, eagerness and passion, and capacity to triumph over hardship, including financial disadvantage, sole parent or carer responsibilities, non-English speaking or Indigenous background, effects of trauma and/or abuse, long-term medical condition/disability, coming from rural or remote area, or other disadvantage. For further information, contact the Coursework Studies Section on +61 2 9850 7337 or coursework@mq.edu.au.

Optus Engineering Scholarships

Optus is providing two scholarships for students enrolling into the Bachelor of Engineering at Macquarie University for 2010. These scholarships are worth $5000 per year for each of the four years of the degree. As a part of this scholarship, successful applicants will have the opportunity to undergo paid work with Optus for a minimum of 12 weeks through their degree, which will contribute to the work experience requirements which is a graduate requirements of Engineers Australia. Anyone applying to enrol in first year Engineering at Macquarie University in 2010 may apply for the Optus scholarship. The criteria for short listing will be based on a CV and letter of application followed by an interview with Optus staff. The scholarships will be awarded on a competitive basis.

For more information, contact the Faculty of Science on +61 2 9850 6000 or at scienceenquiries@mq.edu.au.

Sports Scholarships

In 2009, 40 athletes were awarded a Macquarie University Sport Scholarship. Scholarships are awarded on an annual basis according to the following criteria:

  • Sporting excellence—student athletes must be national or state, open or age, representatives or a member of a U@MQ Alliance Partner Clubs, and
  • New Students at Macquarie University: gaining entry to a degree program at Macquarie University, or
  • Continuing Students at Macquarie University: maintaining a minimum GPA of 2.0.

Please note that verification of national or state senior or under age squad status will be required before a scholarship will be provided from the University.

For further information, visit the U@MQ website at www.uatmq.com.au/active.

TressCox Scholarship in Law

This scholarship is available to full-time students enrolled in the BA LLB, BCom LLB, BEc LLB, BSc LLB, BAppFin LLB, BBA LLB or BMedia LLB degree programs. The scholarship is normally tenable for one year only and is valued at $2000.

Applicants for the scholarship must be permanent residents of Australia. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic merit, financial need and the personal circumstances of the applicant. Application forms are available from the Executive Officer, Department of Law on +61 2 9850 7682.

Scholarships funded by the Federal Government

In the May 2009 Budget, the Government announced a package of changes to student income support including changes to Commonwealth Scholarships. The Government has produced a number of fact sheets to explain these changes—the fact sheets about scholarships can be found here:

These scholarships will be administered by Centrelink. Students will not have to apply—if they are eligible, Centrelink will pay them direct.

Undergraduate Prizes

The following undergraduate prizes are offered by the University:

200-level Environment Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit ENV267 Resource and Environmental Management: Issues and Solutions.

300-level Human Geography Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in 300-level units in human geography.

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ACCA Prize for best student in Corporate Accounting and Reporting

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit ACCG310 Corporate Accounting and Reporting

ACCA Prize for best student in Strategic Management Accounting

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit ACCG330 Strategic Management Accounting

ACE Egyptian Archaeology Prize

Open for award to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules and for candidates of the BAncHist (Hons) degree. Awarded for proficiency in the unit AHIS390 Methods and Techniques of Egyptian Archaeology.

ACE Egyptian Hieroglyphs A Prize

Open for award to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules and for candidates of the BAncHist (Hons) degree. Awarded for proficiency in the unit AHIS278 Egyptian Hieroglyphs A.

ACE Egyptian Religion Prize

Open for award to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules and for candidates of the BAncHist (Hons) Degree. Awarded for proficiency in the Unit AHIS380 Ancient Egyptian Religion.

AHEPA Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor or Diploma in Languages. Awarded for outstanding performance in Modern Greek units above 100 level.

Aisling Society Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for an essay in Irish history or Irish- Australian history or literature.

Alan McIntosh Analysis Prize for Mathematics

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for excellence in 200- and 300-level analysis units.

Alf and Pearl Pollard Memorial Prize

Awarded to the most outstanding student in the fourth year of undergraduate study in the Faculty of Business and Economics.

Alpha Geoscience Environmental Geophysics Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for excellence in GEOS315.

Alumni Prize (Faculty of Arts)
Alumni Prize (Faculty of Business and Economics)
Alumni Prize (Faculty of Human Sciences)
Alumni Prize (Faculty of Science)

Awarded to the two students registered in each Faculty with the highest ATAR entering the first year of an undergraduate degree.

AMP Prize for Actuarial Control Cycle 1

Awarded for proficiency in the unit ACST400 Actuarial Control Cycle 1.

AMP Prize for Quantitative Methods for Asset Liability Management

Awarded for proficiency in the unit ACST305 Quantitative Methods for Asset Liability Management.

Ancient History 200-Level Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor and for candidates of the BAncHist(Hons) degree. Awarded for the highest achievement in Ancient History at 200 level.

Ancient History Advanced Greek Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor and for candidates of the BAncHist(Hons) degree. Awarded for the highest achievement in Advanced Greek.

Ancient History Prize for Intermediate Coptic

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor and for candidates of the BAncHist(Hons) degree. Awarded for the highest achievement in Intermediate Coptic.

Ancient History Honours Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor and for candidates of the BAncHist(Hons) degree. Awarded for the highest achievement in the Ancient History Honours program.

Ancient History Advanced Latin Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor and for candidates of the BAncHist(Hons) degree. Awarded for the highest achievement in Advanced Latin.

Annie McGlinchey Memorial Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit PSY336 Personality.

Aon Re Australia Natural Hazards Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor (other than candidates for an honours degree). Awarded for proficiency in the unit ENVE237 Natural Hazards.

Arthur Delbridge Prize for Linguistics

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for excellence in 300-level Linguistics.

Arthur Pryor Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit PHYS242 The Tradition of Science.

Assoc Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit ACST212 Combinatorial Probability.

Association of Heads of Independent Girls' Schools of New South Wales Prize

Open to all female students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in 100-level English.

Ausmedic/Talar Made Prize for BioMechanical Excellence

Open to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules. Awarded for proficiency in the unit CHIR302 Chiropractic Principles and Skills IIIB.

Australia-Japan Society Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in 300-level Japanese, as well as a significant contribution to the study of Japan, and to future Australia–Japan relations.

Australian Federation of University Women New South Wales (North Shore Group) Prize for 200-level Biological Sciences

Open to all female students proceeding to a degree. Awarded to the student with the most outstanding performance in two units at 200 level to be named each year by the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Science.

Australian Federation of University Women New South Wales Prize for 200-level English

Open to all female students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in 200-level units in the Faculty of Arts, totalling at least eight credit points.

Australian Federation of University Women New South Wales (North Shore Group) Prize for 200-level History

Open to all female students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in two units at 200- level to be named each year by the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts.

Australian Federation of University Women New South Wales (North Shore Group) Prize for 300-level Psychology

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in at least two units at 300 level offered in the Faculty of Human Sciences.

Australian Field Geology Club

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit BIOL382 Applied Palaeontology and Biogenic Sediments.

Australian Finance Conference Prize for Money and Finance

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit ECON350 Money and Finance.

Australian Institute of Physics (NSW Branch) Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the honours degree of Bachelor. Awarded for the best performance in the physics honours program.

Australian Instrument Services Motic-Microscopy Award

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit BIOL208.

Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) Student Prize

Open to all students proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules (other than candidates for an honours degree). Awarded for proficiency in the unit ENVE216 The Atmospheric Environment.

Australian Psychological Society Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the honours degree of Bachelor. Awarded to the most meritorious student in the honours year in Psychology.

Australian Taxation Office Prize

Awarded for proficiency in the unit BUSL320 Revenue Law.

Austria Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for outstanding performance at 300- level in German Studies.

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Bank of Tokyo–Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd Prize (for 300-level Japanese Economic Studies)

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit ECON394 The Japanese Economy.

Barbara Knox Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor who are enrolled in a 200-level unit in Australian or English literature to be nominated by the Head of the Department of English. The Prize will be awarded for literary ability as demonstrated in the writing of an essay on a subject to be determined by the Dean of the Head of the Department of English.

Barry Scott Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in 100-level Human Geography.

Basil Branford Memorial Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for the most meritorious performance in 300-level Auditing.

Beckman Coulter Prize in Biotechnology

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit CBMS332 Protein Discovery and Analysis.

Bernard Curran Memorial Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded by the Academic Senate for the most meritorious pass in the New South Wales Higher School Certificate examination or such other New South Wales examination or method of assessment which may from time to time be substituted therefore in the year immediately preceding entry to Macquarie University.

Best Honours Thesis in Indigenous Studies Prize

Awarded for the highest grade in an honours thesis in Indigenous Studies.

Best in Media Studies Student Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the Department of Media, Music and Cultural Studies by a student who has completed at least two Media units at 300 level.

Best in Multimedia Student Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the Department of Media, Music and Cultural Studies by a student who has completed at least two Multimedia units at 300 level.

Best in Screen Production Student Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the Department of Media, Music and Cultural Studies by a student who has completed at least two Screen Production units at 300 level.

Best in Writing Student Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the Department of Media, Music and Cultural Studies by a student who has completed at least two Writing units at 300 level.

Bill Cantwell Prize for Biological Sciences

Open to all students proceeding to the honours degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the biological sciences honours year.

Bill Edmonds Prize for Modern European History

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit MHIS221 or MHIS321 or any 200- or 300-level Modern History unit certified by the Head of Department as substantively 'European' in content.

Biophysical Environments Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit ENVE117 Biophysical Environments.

Blake Dawson Prize for 200-level Law

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in 200-level law units.

Blake Dawson Prize for International Trade and Finance

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit LAW410 International Trade and Finance.

Bruce Mansfield History Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the award of the honours degree of Bachelor of Arts in Modern History. Awarded for proficiency in the Modern History Honours Program.

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CCH Prize for Revenue Law

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit BUSL320 Revenue Law.

Chandra Jayawardena Memorial Prize for 100-level Anthropology

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor or the Graduate Diploma in Anthropology. Awarded for proficiency in 100-level anthropology units.

Chandra Jayawardena Memorial Prize for 200-level Anthropology

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor or the Graduate Diploma in Anthropology. Awarded for proficiency in 200-level anthropology units.

Chandra Jayawardena Memorial Prize for 300-level Anthropology

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor or the Graduate Diploma in Anthropology. Awarded for proficiency in 300-level anthropology units.

Chartered Accountants Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for best overall academic performance in 100-level accounting units.

Clayton Utz Prize for Information Technology Law

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit LAW429 Information Technology Law.

Clayton Utz Prize for Trade Practices Law

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit LAW428 Trade Practices Law.

Clean Air Society Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in ENVE302 Applied Climatology.

Co-Op Bookshop Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for the most meritorious performance in the unit HRM207 Human Resources Learning and Development.

Commencing Honours in Indigenous Studies Prize

Awarded for proficiency in the unit ABST301, Pathways for Indigenous Studies.

Council of Christians and Jews Medal

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor and for candidates of the BAncHist (Hons) degree. Awarded for proficiency in AHIS259 Classical Hebrew B.

CPA Australia Prize for 100-level Accounting

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in 100-level accounting.

CPA Australia Prize for 200-level Accounting

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in 200-level accounting.

CPA Australia Prize for 300-level Accounting—Graduating Student

Open to all students who will graduate with the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in 300-level Accounting. Prize includes one year free membership to the Australian Society of Certified Practising Accountants, and a medallion.

Critical and Cultural Studies Essay Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules. Awarded for the best essay written in a 300-level unit with the prefix CUL.

Critical and Cultural Studies Honours Thesis Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules. Awarded for the first class honours thesis in Critical and Cultural Studies.

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Datacom Systems Prize for Engineering

Open to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor of Engineering Degree Rules. Awarded for the highest overall grade point average after completion of semester five in a Bachelor of Engineering degree.

David Opas Memorial Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit LAW402 Family Law.

Department of Business Law Prizes (Various)

These prizes are open to all students enrolled in the following units and proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for academic excellence.

BUSL201 Law in Australian Society
BUSL250 Business Law
BUSL301 Corporations Law
BUSL315 Business Litigation and Disputes
BUSL333 Human Resources Law
BUSL350 Marketing and Management Law
BUSL377 Japanese Trade Law
BUSL379 European Trade Law
BUSL388 China Trade and Investment Law
LAW437 China Trade and Investment Law

Department of Psychology Prizes (Various)

These prizes are open to all students enrolled in various specified Psychology units. Awarded for academic excellence.

Diana Terry Award for Excellence in Special Education

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit EDUC371 Reading Acquisition in the Primary Classroom.

Don McNeil Prize for Introductory Statistics

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in STAT170 Introductory Statistics.

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Econometrics Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the second and third year econometrics units ECON232, ECON334, ECON332 and ECON361.

Elisabeth Hervic Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor, the Diploma in Languages or the Graduate Diploma in French. Awarded for proficiency in units above 100-level in French.

Elizabeth M Liggins Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the honours degree of Bachelor of Arts. Awarded for excellence in the English honours program.

EMC Prize for Best Female Student in Engineering

Awarded to the female student with the highest overall grade in a Bachelor Engineering Degree.

EMC Prize for Best Female Student in Engineering Semester 1

Open to all first-year female candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor of Engineering. Awarded to the student with the highest overall grade in the Bachelor of Engineering Degree.

EMC Prize for Best Female Student in Engineering Semester 2

Open to all first-year female candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor of Engineering. Awarded to the student with the highest overall grade in the Bachelor of Engineering Degree.

EMC Prize for Best Student in Computer Engineering

Awarded to the student with the highest overall grade in a Bachelor Engineering Degree.

EMC Prize for Best Student in Software Engineering

Awarded to the student with the highest overall grade in a Bachelor Engineering Degree.

English Association Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for excellence in 300-level literature units.

Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ) Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor or a Postgraduate award. Awarded for outstanding performance in an undergraduate or postgraduate environmental program.

Erma Whittington Prize

Open to all female students proceeding to the honours degree of Bachelor, specialising in Gender Studies. Awarded for the most outstanding performance by a student who has completed a major in Gender Studies.

Ernst & Young Prize Accounting Systems Design and Development Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit ACCG250 Accounting Systems Design and Development.

Ernst & Young Prize for Accounting and Information Systems

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit ACCG251 Accounting and Information Systems.

European Union Prize

Awarded for outstanding performance at 300 level in one or more of the languages of the European Union offered by the Department of International Studies: French, German, Italian and Modern Greek.

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Foundation for Astronomy Prize

Awarded for proficiency in the unit ASTR270 Introductory Astronomy.

Frederick Chong Mathematics Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in 200-level and/or 300-level mathematics.

Freehills John Peden Memorial Prize for Commercial Law

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit LAW421 Foundations of Commercial Law.

Freehills Prize for Property Law and Equity I

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit LAW316 Property in Law and Equity I.

Freehills Prize for Property Law and Equity II

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit LAW317 Property in Law and Equity II.

Fugro Group of Companies Geophysics Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for the most outstanding performance in third-year geophysics units.

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Gender Studies Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules (other than candidates for an honours degree). Awarded for proficiency in the unit GEN110 Foundations in Gender Studies or in any unit or units which may from time to time be substituted therefore.

Geoff Humphreys Prize

Open for award to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules (other than candidates for an honours degree). Awarded for proficiency in the unit ENVE266 Earth Surface Processes.

Geological Society of Australia (NSW Division) Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor (other than candidates for an honours degree). Awarded for the best performance in 300-level units by a student completing a major in Geology, Geology and Geophysics or Palaeobiology.

Geology Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit GEOS125 Earth Dynamics.

Geometry Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor (other than candidates for an honours degree). Awarded for proficiency in the unit MATH300 Geometry and Topology.

Global Environment Prize

Open to all students proceeding to a degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in ENV118 Foundations for Resource and Environmental Management.

Goethe Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for outstanding performance in 300-level German units totalling at least 12 credit points which form a major above 200-level in German.

Greg Henderson Honours Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the honours degree of Bachelor. Awarded to the student who achieves the best first class honours result in Philosophy.

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Harry Henderson Memorial Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in 100-level modern history.

Hays Accountancy Personnel Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in ACCG200 Fundamentals of Management Accounting.

Helen Sham Ho Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the Bachelor of Laws. Awarded to the best graduating student in the distance education Law program.

Ho Kam-chiu Statistics Prize for overall proficiency in 200-level statistics

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor (other than candidates for an honours degree). Awarded for overall proficiency at 200-level statistics.

Ho Kam-chiu Statistics Prize for overall proficiency in 300-level statistics

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor (other than candidates for an honours degree). Awarded for overall proficiency at 300-level statistics to a student who meets the requirements of a degree with a major in Statistics.

Holding Redlich Prize for Intellectual Property Law

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in LAW423 Intellectual Property Law.

Holding Redlich Prize for Litigation

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in LAW500 Litigation.

Hubert Vaughan Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for the most meritorious performance in the unit ACST354 Survival Models.

HW Piper Memorial Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the honours degree of Bachelor. Awarded for excellence in the English Literature honours program.

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Indigenous Studies Prize

Awarded for the highest overall grade point average in the core Indigenous Studies units made up from ABST100, ABST200 and ABST301.

Invitrogen Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for outstanding performance in a 300-level BIOL or CBMS unit.

Irish Famine Memorial Prize

Open to all Honours candidates in Modern History. Awarded for an Honours thesis on an Irish or Irish Australian topic, or on a global problem in the modern world, which might include famine, poverty, mass emigration, refugees or political upheaval.

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Jack Lindsay Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit CUL120.

Jacqueline Goodnow Prize for Introduction to Psychology I

Awarded for the most meritorious performance in the unit PSY104 Introduction to Psychology I.

Jacqueline Goodnow Prize for Introduction to Psychology II

Awarded for the most meritorious performance in the unit PSY105 Introduction to Psychology II.

JC Ward, FRS, Physics Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for excellence in 300-level physics units.

Jill Roe Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in any 300-level History units.

Jim Jones Memorial Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit ECON203 Microeconomic Analysis.

Jim Rose Prize for Honours in Human Geography

Open to all students proceeding to an honours degree of Bachelor. Awarded for excellence in the human geography honours program.

Jo Pender Memorial Award for Cultural Perspective in Aboriginal Early Childhood Curriculum—Year 2 Studies

Awarded for proficiency in the units ABEC121 Young Children and the Arts in ATSI Contexts and ABEP130 Introduction to Teaching ATSI Children. The award is restricted to students who have completed the second year of the Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Services) program and who are currently resident in New South Wales.

Jo Pender Memorial Award for Management in Aboriginal Early Childhood Services—Year 5 Studies

Awarded for proficiency in the units ABEC340 Management in Early Childhood ATSI Contexts and ABEC240 Managing People. The award is restricted to students who have completed the fifth year of the Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Services) program and who are currently resident in New South Wales.

John Peden Memorial Prize for Contracts Law

Open to all students proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules for the degree of LLB or combined award with the LLB. Awarded for proficiency in LAW204 Contracts.

John Peden Memorial Prize for the Best Graduating Student in the LLB

Open to all students proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules for the degree of LLB or combined award with the LLB. Awarded for first class honours and the highest weighted average mark achieved.

John Peden Memorial Prize for the Best Legal Research Project

Open to all students proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules for the degree of LLB or combined award with the LLB. Awarded for the best mark in a 500-level Research Project

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Kemp Strang Prize for Business Organisations

Open to all students proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules for the degree of LLB or combined award with the LLB. Awarded for proficiency in the unit LAW406 Business Organisations.

Kevin Lee Memorial Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor and for candidates of the BAncHist (Hons) Degree. Awarded for proficiency in AHIS209 Ancient Greek B.

KPMG Actuaries Prize for First Year Actuarial Studies

Open to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree rules with a major in Actuarial Studies. Awarded for the most meritorious performance in the first year Actuarial Studies program.

KPMG Actuaries Prize for General Insurance Pricing and Reserving

Open to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree rules. Awarded for proficiency in ACST357 General Insurance Pricing and Reserving.

KPMG Actuaries Prize for Second Year Actuarial Studies

Open to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree rules with a major in Actuarial Studies. Awarded for the most meritorious performance in the second year Actuarial Studies program.

Krystyna Singler Prize for Polish Studies

Open to all students proceeding to a Bachelor degree or the Diploma of Languages. Awarded for proficiency in the study of Polish.

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Law Society of New South Wales Prize for Succession

Open to all students proceeding to a degree in Law. Awarded for proficiency in the unit LAW506 Succession.

Law Society of New South Wales Prize for Sustained Academic Proficiency in Law Units and Meritorious Contribution to the Affairs of Macquarie Law School

Open for award to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules (other than candidates for an honours degree). Awarded for sustained academic proficiency in Law units and meritorious contribution to the affairs of Macquarie Law School.

Le Fevre Memorial Prize for 200-level Chemistry

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for excellence in 200-level chemistry units.

Le Fevre Memorial Prize for Physical Chemistry

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for excellence in physical chemistry at 100 level.

Lionel Murphy Memorial Prize for Labour Law

Open to all candidates in the LLB program or a combined LLB program. Awarded for proficiency in the unit LAW407 Labour Law.

Lydia Yastreboff Memorial Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded to the most deserving student in 100-, 200- or 300-level Russian Studies.

Lynley Fox-Cummings Memorial Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor and for candidates of the BAncHist (Hons) Degree. The prize shall be awarded for the highest achievement in ancient history at 300-level.

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Macquarie Ancient History Association Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the honours degree of Bachelor. Awarded to the student with the best thesis in the field of ancient history in the history honours program.

Macquarie Excellence in Environmental Studies Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the honours degree of Bachelor. Awarded for the best performance by agraduating student in an undergraduate environmental program.

Macquarie Law Journal Student Essay Prize

Open to all students enrolled in the LLB or in a combined award with the LLB. Awarded for an outstanding student essay originally written as part of the assessment for a 400- or 500- level elective unit, or for a supervised Legal Research Project.

Macquarie Law School Prizes

These prizes are open to all students enrolled in the following units and proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for academic excellence.

LAW104 Law, Lawyers and Society
LAW203 Torts
LAW206 Criminal Law and Procedure II
LAW314 Constitutional Law and Administration I
LAW315 Constitutional Law and Administration II
LAW404 Advanced Administrative Law – the Law Governing Decision Making
LAW412 Criminology
LAW413 History of Law in Australia
LAW416 European Law and Institutions
LAW419 International Human Rights Law
LAW420 Contemporary Theory of Law
LAW421 Foundations of Commercial Law
LAW427 Trial Advocacy
LAW432 Law and Religion
LAW434 Media Law
LAW436 Modern Corporate Governance
LAW437 China Trade and Investment Law
LAW438 Access to Justice Placement Program
LAW440 Local Government and Planning Law
LAW441 Politics and the Constitution
LAW503 Taxation
LAW507 Conflict of Laws
LAW508 Comparative Law
LAW510 Environmental Law
LAW511 Advanced Legal Research
LAW512 Law of International Organisations
LAW514 Advanced Legal Research
LAW518 Legal Ethics
LAW519 International Environmental Law
LAW520 Law and Sexuality
LAW521 Health Law and Ethics
LAW522 Advanced Torts
LAW525 Advanced Topics in Environmental Law
LAW526 Language Violence and Justice: The Legal Regulation of Hatred
LAW530 Law and Moral Dilemmas
LAW536 Law of the Sea
LAW537 War Law
LAW538 International Dispute Settlement
LAW539 Property in Natural Resources
LAW542 Issues in International Heritage Conservation

Macquarie University Accounting and Finance Prizes

These prizes are open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for academic excellence in the following units:

ACCG100 Accounting IA
ACCG101 Accounting IB
ACCG106 Accounting Information for Decision-Making
ACCG200 Fundamentals of Management Accounting
ACCG201 Organisational Planning and Control
ACCG224 Intermediate Financial Accounting
ACCG250 Accounting Systems Design and Development
ACCG251 Accounting and Information Systems
ACCG253 Financial Management
ACCG310 Corporate Accounting and Reporting.
ACCG323 Financial Accounting Theory and Practice
ACCG329 Security Pricing and Hedging
ACCG330 Strategic Management Accounting
ACCG340 Auditing and Assurance Services
ACCG350 Financial Statement Analysis
ACCG352 Applied Portfolio Management
ACCG353 Corporate Financial Design
ACCG355 Information Systems for Management
ACCG357/ACCG403 Social and Critical Perspectives on Accounting
ACCG402 Contemporary Developments in Accounting Research

Macquarie University Business Prizes

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for academic excellence in the following units:

BBA315 Business Forecasting
BBA340 Cross Cultural Management
BBA350 Strategic Management I
BBA360 Business Project
BUS301 Business Policy
BUS303 International Business Project
DEM355 Social and Applied Demography
DEM356 Demographic Techniques
HRM307 Human Resource Management—Issues and Processes
HRM317 Management of Change and Learning
HRM327 Human Resource Industry Learning Project
MKTG303 Marketing Strategy
MKTG304 Marketing Project
MKTG305 Marketing Seminar
MKTG306 E-Marketing
MKTG308 Customer Relationship Management
MKTG309 Social Marketing
MKTG310 Integrated Marketing Communications

Macquarie University Kathryn Murphy Memorial Prize (supported by the University's Alumni)

Open to all female students proceeding to the honours degree of Bachelor in the Faculty of Business and Economics. Awarded for academic merit in 300-level units taken in the Faculty of Business and Economics. Supported by the University's Alumni.

Macquarie University Science/ Technology Prize (supported by the University's Alumni)

Open to all students proceeding to the honours degree of Bachelor within the Faculties and Science and Human Sciences. Awarded for proficiency in the honours year to a candidate whose work shows outstanding promise in a Science/Technology discipline and potential for industrial, commercial or professional application.

MAHA Latin Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor and for candidates of the BAncHist(Hons) Degree. Awarded for proficiency in AHIS219 Latin B.

Marcella Ryan Memorial Prize for Medieval Studies

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in a unit at 200- or 300-level offered within the Faculty of Arts with substantial medieval content, as determined by the Executive Dean of Faculty.

Margaret Thornton Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for excellence in the unit LAW411 Discrimination and the Law.

Marjorie Robertson Memorial Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in creative writing in any of the units ENGL201 Creative Writing I: An Introduction; ENGL304 Creative Writing 2: Concept and Practice; and ENGL307 Creative Writing 3: Narrative Fiction.

Michael Bullock Memorial Prize for Operations Research

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency at 300-level in the area of operations research.

Michael Bullock Memorial Prize for Statistical Computing

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency at 300-level in the area of statistical computing.

Michael Wills Prize in Ancient History

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor and for candidates of the BAncHist (Hons) Degree. Awarded for proficiency in any 100-level ancient history unit in the field of Greek and Roman Studies.

Michael Wills Prize in International Politics

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the combination of the three units POL279 International Relations, POL389 American Foreign Policy toward the Third World, and POL308 Australian Foreign Policy.

Milthorpe Memorial Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in 300-level plant biology.

Mio Bryce Prize for Honours Student Publication Prize

Awarded for the best publication by an honours student in Japanese Studies.

MJD Roberts Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in any 200-level History units.

Mollie Thomson Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in two 100-level biological sciences units completed in the same year.

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Narona/Family M and A Vidovic Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor or the Diploma of Languages. Awarded for proficiency in Croatian units at 100-, 200- or 300- level.

New South Wales Bar Association Prize for Dispute Management and Resolution

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit LAW415 Dispute Management and Resolution.

New South Wales Bar Association Prize for Indigenous Peoples and the Law

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit LAW418 Indigenous Peoples and the Law.

New South Wales Bar Association Prize for Remedies

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit LAW505 Remedies.

New South Wales Bar Association Prize for the Jessup International Moot

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit LAW430 Jessup International Law Moot.

Nora Rose Memorial Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the honours degree of Bachelor. Awarded for excellence in the politics honours program.

Northparkes Mines Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules (other than candidates for an honours degree). Awarded for outstanding performance in GEOS314 Magmas, Fluids and Ore Deposits.

Northside Arts Festival Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for the best essay of no more than 5,000 words on a work of art in any artistic form (including literary works), or on a topic in the field of aesthetics.

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Paton Prize

Open to all students proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules (other than candidates for an honours degree). Awarded for proficiency in the unit GEOS112 The Planet Earth.

Peter Hains Memorial Prize for Actuarial Studies

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in ACST355 Contingent Payments 2.

Peter Hains Memorial Prize for Economics

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for the most meritorious performance in 200-level economics.

Peter Mason Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit PHYS143 Physics 1B.

Philosophy 'Levels' Award

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. The Award shall be available to students enrolled in at least two, and preferably more, 300-level philosophy units in a given academic year. The award will be made on the basis of work submitted for assessment in these units as well as taking in to account the student's demonstration of a broad understanding of the different levels at which philosophical language operates.

Preston Geology Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules (other than candidates for an honours degree). Awarded for best performance in 300- level geology units.

PricewaterhouseCoopers Prize

Open to all students who have completed, in the current year, the requirements for the degree of Bachelor with a major in accounting and finance and who have not previously completed a degree. Awarded for the best performance in units offered by the Department of Accounting and Finance.

Prospectors/Suunto Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for outstanding performance in GEOS308 Structural and Metamorphic Geology.

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Ralph Faulkner Prize for Invertebrate Palaeontology

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit BIOL381 Invertebrate Palaeontology.

Ramy Razavian Memorial Prize in International Law

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit LAW 409 International Law.

Risk Frontiers Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit ENVE214 Climatic Change.

Royal Australian Chemical Institute NSW Analytical Chemistry

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit CBMS308 Chemical Analysis II.

Ruby Langford Ginibi Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for the best performance in a 300-level CUL unit.

Russian Ethnic Community Council of NSW Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor or Diploma in Languages. Awarded for outstanding performance in Russian language.

Ruth Way Memorial Prize for 400-level Early Childhood Studies

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Education). Awarded for outstanding performance in ECH416 Child Development: Research and Practice.

Ruth Way Memorial Prize for Honours in Early Childhood

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Education) honours program. Awarded for the most outstanding thesis in the early childhood honours program.

RW Connell Prize for 100-level Sociology

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the units SOC175 Australian and Global Societies: An Introduction to Sociology and SOC180 Sociology of Everyday Life.

RW Connell Prize for 200-level Sociology

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in any two 200-level Sociology units.

RW Connell Prize for 300-level Sociology

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in any two 300-level Sociology units.

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Shirley Morrison-Swanson Memorial Prize

Open to all female candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in any one of the units MHIS245, MHIS348 or MHIS302.

Sigma-Aldrich Prize

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the units CBMS223 and CBMS224.

Society for the Study of Early Christianity Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor and for candidates of the BAncHist (Hons) Degree. Awarded for the highest achievement in a 200-level unit in Early Christian and Jewish History or a related subject.

Stephen Shortus Memorial Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for an essay submitted for any 200-level unit in English, Modern History or Cultural Studies.

Susan Stryker Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for the best performance in a 200-level CUL unit.

Svetlana Borisovna Savina Memorial Prize for Russian

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor or the Diploma in Languages. Awarded for proficiency in Russian units above 100-level.

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Telemachus Ancient History Mentor Program Prizes

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor and for candidates of the BAncHist(Hons) degree. Awarded to the best performing student in the following units:

AHIS100 Greek Society 500-300 BC: Oikos and Polis
AHIS110 Rome: From Republic to Empire
AHIS120 Antiquity's Heirs: Barbarian Europe, Byzantium and Islam
AHIS140 Myth in the Ancient World
AHIS170 Egyptian Archaeology: An Introduction
AHMG101 Greek Heroes and Heroines: From Achilles to Zorba

Tillinghast-Towers Perrin Prize for 300-level Actuarial Studies

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor with a coherent study in Actuarial Studies. Awarded for the most meritorious performance in 300-level units in the actuarial studies program.

T Kong Prize for 100-level Asian Languages

Open to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules (other than candidates for an honours degree). Awarded for proficiency in the study of any Asian Language units at 100 level and with no prior knowledge of the language.

Tony Palma Prize for Philosophy

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit PHL131 Mind, Meaning and Metaphysics or PHL132 Philosophy, Morality and Society.

Trevor Martin Memorial Prize for Jurisprudence

Open to all students proceeding to the degree of Bachelor of Laws. Awarded for proficiency in the unit LAW214 Jurisprudence.

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Victor Argy Memorial Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit ECON311 Macroeconomic Policy.

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Waratah Medal

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the writing of an essay in Australian history in any undergraduate unit.

Westpac Macroeconomics Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit ECON110 Macroeconomic Principles.

WH ('Beattie') Steel Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for excellence in the unit PHYS306 Optical Physics.

Women's Pioneer Society of Australasia Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for proficiency in the unit MHIS109 The Making of Australia.

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Zygmunt Wszelaki Prize

Open to all candidates proceeding to the degree of Bachelor. Awarded for outstanding performance in Polish units at 200 level or above.