Division of Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment

(Prizes and Awards are subject to change and are awarded based on conditions current at the time of award)

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Adelaide Dot Net Users Group (ADNUG) and Microsoft Prize

Awarded to the student who achieves the best overall performance in the course Business Applications Programming 1 (COMP 1008).
Value: Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 or equivalent and one year's membership to the Australian Visual Basic Users Group (value $2500)

The Applied Physics Encouragement Award

Awarded to one student, in Applied Physics courses, in the previous one or two study periods in any year of the Bachelor of Science (Applied Physics major) program and associated double degrees.
Value: Book prize $500

The Arthur J Smith Prize

The Arthur J Smith Prize is awarded to the student who has completed the Bachelor of Environmental Science (LBVT), Bachelor of Science (LBSC) or the Bachelor of Geospatial Science (LBSP); has completed EART1010, EART 1011, EART 3012 and EART 3020 and has achieved the highest aggregate mark for these four courses.

Recipients must be Australian citizens or permanent residents and have been enrolled full-time.

The prize has been established in honour of Arthur John Smith, a gold prospector who in 1906, was the first Australian to discover radioactive ore at Radium Hill which is located approximately 460 km north-east of Adelaide.
Value: $500

ASC Prize

Awarded to the most outstanding student in the course 'Engineering Maintenance' in the Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical or Specialisation) or associated degrees.
Value: $500 and a Certificate

Aurecon Prize

Awarded annually to the final year Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical or specialisation) student who achieves the highest marks in the course MENG 4003 'Sustainable Energy System Design'.
Value: $500 and a Certificate

Australian Computer Society (South Australia Branch) Prize

Awarded to the most outstanding graduate from a Bachelor program in Information and Communications Technology.
Value: Book voucher to the value of $250;first year ACS membership $60; second year ACS membership $120; YIT or Branch conference registration $500; and a framed certificate $70

Australian Institute of Building, South Australian Chapter - First Year Award

Awarded to the student achieving the highest grade point average upon completing their first year in the IHCN - Bachelor of Construction Management and Economics (Honours) program as recommended by the Program Director.
Value: $200 cheque; two (2) tickets to the South Australia Building Excellence Awards‚ $240 in value; AIB framed certificate

Australian Institute of Building South Australian Chapter - Bachelor of Built Environment Award

Awarded to the student with the most outstanding academic performance‚ and who obtains the highest GPA upon completing the IBBE - Bachelor of Built Environment program as recommended by the Program Director.
Value: $200 cheque; two (2) tickets to the South Australian Building Excellence Awards, $240 in value; AIB framed certificate)

Australian Institute of Building, South Australian Chapter - Chapter Medal

Awarded to the best student who has completed all of the IHCN Bachelor of Construction Management and Economics (Honours) program and who‚ in the opinion of the Head of the Program Director‚ has performed with great distinction throughout his/her program.
Value: Medal; $200 cheque; two (2) tickets to the South Australia Building Excellence Awards, $240 in value; AIB framed certificate.

Australian Institute of Building, South Australian Chapter - H F Sarah Award

Awarded annually to the best third year student in the IHCN - Bachelor of Construction Management and Economics (Honours) program. The student must have completed the first three years of full-time study in the program‚ or its equivalent in part-time study. The student must be a member of the Australian Institute of Building. The School of Natural and Built Environments will submit the names of three (3) eligible candidates in order of academic merit to the Australian Institute of Building‚ South Australian Chapter. The students will be required to attend an individual panel interview which will be conducted at UniSA. From these three (3) shortlisted students one recipient will be chosen.
Value: One week's accommodation and fare paid to visit either Singapore‚ New Zealand or an Australian capital city. A full written report of the visit must be submitted to the Institute. Donor awards prize‚ value of $2‚000 and the two (2) tickets to the South Australia Building Excellence Awards‚ $240 in value.

Australian Institute of Building, South Australian Chapter - R A O'Neill Award

Awarded to final year students in the IHCN - Bachelor of Construction Management and Economics (Honours) program who submit the best Research Dissertation for the year as a group and as recommended by the Program Director.
Value: Each group member receives a ticket to the South Australia Building Excellence Award and an AIB framed certificate.

Australian Institute of Building South Australian Chapter - Second Year Award

Awarded to the student achieving the highest aggregate marks upon completing their second year in the IHCN - Bachelor of Construction Management and Economics (Honours) program as recommended by the Program Director.
Value: $200 cheque; two (2) tickets to the South Australia Building Excellence Awards‚ $240 in value; AIB framed certificate

Australian Institute of Building Surveyors, South Australia Chapter - Undergraduate Student Award

Awarded to a final year student within the IHCN - Bachelor of Construction Management and Economics (Honours) program who has achieved the highest aggregate marks upon completing the two (2) final year Building Surveying specialisation courses and as recommended by the Program Director.
Value: $650 and certificate

Australian Institute of Building Surveyors, South Australia Chapter Student Award

Awarded to the student achieving the highest overall marks upon completing their final year in the Bachelor of Construction, Management, and Economics (Honours) (Building Surveying option).
Value: $650 and certificate

Australian Institute of Project Management Prize

The Australian Institute of Project Management Prize will be awarded to a student achieving the highest grade point average (GPA) upon completing their final year in the Master of Project Management degree and who, in the opinion of the Program Director, has performed with great distinction throughout his/her program.

Value: A complimentary 1 year student membership with the AIPM and one year complimentary access to all AIPM events held in South Australia. Total prize value of approximately $1,200.

Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors Prize

Awarded to a final year student in the IHCN - Bachelor of Construction Management and Economics (Honours) program who has achieved the highest aggregate marks upon completing the two (2) final year in the courses Quantity Surveying specialisation courses and as recommended by the Program Director.
Value: 1 year membership of the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors valued at $500; AIQS Certificate

Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) Prize - Graduate Diploma in Library and Information Management

ALIA will award a prize to the Highest Achieving Graduate of the Graduate Diploma in Library and Information Management. Student's can complete the program on either a part-time or full-time study load.
Value: $500 ($426 Non-monetary value prize from ALIA, $74 monetary prize from School ITMS)

Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) Prize - Master of Library and Information Management

ALIA will award a prize to the Highest Achieving Graduate of the Master of Library and Information Management. Student's can complete the program on either a part-time or full-time study load.
Value: $500 ($426 Non-monetary value prize from ALIA, $74 monetary prize from School ITMS)

Australian Meteorological Association and Bureau of Meteorology Prize

Awarded to the student achieving the best overall performance in the courses Meteorology 1 and Meteorology 2 in the Bachelor of Aviation program.
Value:
- A selection of meteorological books to the value of $150 (including the book 'Climatology for Airlines Pilots')
- A 10 year membership of AMETA (valued at $150)
- An in-kind contribution of a one-on-one tour of the Bureau of Meteorology's South Australian Regional Forecasting Office and Adelaide Airport Meteorological Observing Office

Australian Society of Archivists Margaret Jennings Award

The Margaret Jennings Award is awarded annually by the Australian Society of Archivists (ASA) to students having completed an ASA accredited diploma or masters program in archives administration in the previous year. The award commemorates former University of Melbourne Records Manager, Margaret Jennings, one of the founding members of the ASA and a past President of the Society, who was a strong advocate for the introduction of graduate programs for records managers and archivists. 

One prize will be awarded annually to the student who obtains the highest grade point average upon completion of either the Graduate Diploma in Information Management (Archives and Records Management) or Master of Information Management (Archives and Records Management). 

As the award is merit selected, applications are not required.

Value: $590 consisting of $300 monetary award and 1 year full Membership to the ASA ($290.00 (GST inclusive)) 

Autonomous Mechatronic Systems Prize

Awarded to a student with the best overall performance in the Autonomous Mechatronic Systems course in the Bachelor of Engineering.
Value: $500

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B P Opie Memorial Prize

Awarded to the most outstanding student(s) in the Civil Engineering Project Formulation and Civil Engineering Honours Project in the final year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) or associated specialisations.
Value: $800, shared equally amongst the project group members.

BAE Systems Prize in Digital Signal Processing

Awarded to the student with the best overall performance in the course Digital Signal Processing in the Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems), (Electrical and Mechatronic), (Electronics and Communications), or (Networking and Communications or associated double degree programs.
Value: $500

BAE Systems Project Award

Awarded to the student with the best overall performance in a final year project sponsored by BAE Systems in the Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems), (Electrical & Mechatronic), (Electronics and Communications), (Networking and Communications) program and associated double degrees.
Value: $500

BlueScope Steel - Materials Australia Award

Awarded annually to the student who achieves the most outstanding results in the course Engineering Materials N.
Value: ASM Handbook Desk Edition, value of approximately $500

Bob Mierisch Memorial Prize in Civil and Structural Engineering

The Bob Mierisch Memorial Prize in Civil and Structural Engineering has been established by Judy Mierisch in memory of her late husband, Bob, who was a well respected civil engineer and construction leader. Bob Mierisch headed Baulderstone Hornibrook for nearly 30 years. He was awarded an AM in 1994 for service to the building and construction industry and to the community and he received a Centenary Medal in 2001 for service to Australian society in the technological industry.

The prize will be awarded to the student, undertaking the final year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Civil and Structural) and studying full-time, who achieves the highest aggregate grade for that year.
Value: $1,000 and a book

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Caroma Design Competition Prize

Awarded annually to the group who win the Warman Design Competition, conducted in the course 'Mechanical Engineering Practice N'. Students must be undertaking the Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical or specialisation) or associated degrees.
Value: $1,000 to be divided equally between the group

Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPSA): Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management Prize

Awarded to the student with the highest GPA upon successful completion of the Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management, who is enrolled at Mawson Lakes campus.
Value: Certificate and two years membership with CIPS Australia (valued up to $750)

CISCO Network Fundamentals Prize

One prize will be awarded annually to the student with the best overall performance in the course Network Fundamentals (INFT 1012). The course may be completed in any study period.
Value: $1,575 consisting of a CISCO877W-G-A-K9 ADSL Security Router with wireless 802.11g

CISCO CCNP Prize

One prize will be awarded annually to the student with the best overall performance in the courses CCNP Route (INFT 3022) plus CCNP Switch and Troubleshoot (INFT 3023) or CCNP Route M (INFT 5026) plus CCNP Switch and Troubleshoot M (INFT 5027). The course may be completed in any study period.
Value: $1,575 consisting of a CISCO877W-G-A-K9 ADSL Security Router with wireless 802.11g

Clipsal by Schneider Electric Award

Awarded to a student with the best overall performance in the third year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Mechatronic) or associated double degrees.
Value: $500

Clipsal by Schneider Electric Prize

Awarded to the most distinguished student by virtue of balanced theoretical and practical performance in the courses Electrical and Information Engineering Project 1 and 2 or Project 1 and 2 Honours, providing there is a candidate of sufficient merit.
Value: $500

Codan Achievement Prize in Telecommunications

Awarded to a student in the Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical disciplines) for best overall performance in the Telecommunications courses, Modern Communication Systems and/or Telecommunications Networks M.
Recipients must be Australian citizens or Permanent Residents of Australia.
Value: $500

Codan Project Award for Radio Frequency or Wireless Communication Engineering

Awarded to the student with the best final year project in the area of radio frequency or wireless communication in the Bachelor of Engineering program and associated double degrees.
Recipients must be Australian citizens or Permanent Residents of Australia.
Value: One prize of $500 will be awarded annually.

Computer Aided Engineering Practice Prize

Awarded to a student with the best overall performance in the Computer Aided Engineering Practice course in the Bachelor of Engineering.
Value: $500

Concrete Pipe Association of Australasia Prize

Awarded to the students in the final year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil) or associated specialisations who achieves the most outstanding performance in the course Civil Engineering Design Project.
Value: $500

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D G Moye Memorial Prize (Civil Engineering)

Awarded to the student who has achieved the best overall performance in the course Engineering and Environmental Geology in the Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) program or associated specialisations.
Value: $500

DG Moye Memorial Prize (Environmental Science)

Awarded to the student in the Bachelor of Environmental Science who achieves the most outstanding performance in the courses Landscape Fundamentals and Soils in the Australian Landscape in the same year.
Value: $500

David Pank Northern Areas High Achiever Encouragement Prize

This is an encouragement prize given to a David Pank Northern Areas High Achiever Scholarship applicant who strives to achieve their goals and has the determination to succeed.
Value: $1,000

David Pank UniSA College Diploma Prize

The David Pank UniSA College Diploma Prize will be awarded to a David Pank UniSA College Diploma Scholarship applicant who is unsuccessful for the scholarship‚ but strives to achieve their goals and has the determination to succeed.
Value: $1,000. Recipients' will receive two instalments of $500 after the Study Period 2 and 5 census dates.

David Pank UniSA-PAL Encouragement Prize

This is an encouragement prize given to a David Pank UniSA-PAL Scholarship applicant who strives to achieve their goals and has the determination to succeed.
Value: $1,000

Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) Surveillance Systems Undergraduate Prize

Awarded to the student who completes the best project involving the technology relevant to Surveillance Systems and completes the best project involving the design and/or construction of a digital computer hardware device or system during the final year of Bachelor of Engineering program (Computer Systems), (Electrical & Mechatronic), (Electronics and Communications), (Networking and Communications) or associated double degrees program.
Value: $500

Deloitte Cyber Security Prize

Awarded to the most outstanding graduate in the Bachelor of Information Technology (Networking and Cyber Security).
Value: $500 

Dynek Pty Ltd Prize

To be awarded to the student with the best overall performance in the course 'Robotics and Automation' in the Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical or specialisation) or associated degree programs.
Value: $500 and a certificate

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eLabtronics Linear Electronic Prizes

Awarded for the best overall performance in the course Linear Electronic Circuits by a student in the Bachelor of Engineering programs in the electrical disciplines.
Value: elab877 Development Board and CoreChart single licence (Valued at $500)

The Electric Energy Society of Australia Prize

To be awarded to the student with the best overall performance in the course Power Systems Analysis in the Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems), (Electrical & Mechatronic), (Electronics and Communications) or associated double degrees program.
Value: $500

The Electric Energy Society of Australia Prize - Final Year Project

Awarded to the team for the best overall performance in the final year electrical power engineering project in the Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems), (Electrical & Mechatronic), (Electronics and Communications), (Networking and Communications) or associated double degree program.
Value: $500

Electricity and Electronics Prize

Awarded to a student with the best overall performance in the Electricity and Electronics course in the Bachelor of Engineering.
Value: $500

Embedded Systems Design Prize

Awarded to a student with the best overall performance in the Embedded Systems Design course in the Bachelor of Engineering.
Value: $500

Engineers Australia (South Australia) Mechanical Prize

To be awarded to the student with the best overall performance in the course 'Mechanical Engineering Practice N'. Students must be undertaking the Bachelor of Engineering or associated degree programs. The prize will not be offered if there are no suitable candidates.
Value: $300 + a $200 medallion and a Certificate to the total value of $500

Engineers Australia - University of South Australia - Keith Johinke Medal

Awarded to a student in the final year engineering student. Selection is made with the emphasis on academic achievement, but personal qualities will also be assessed by an interview panel.
Value: $200, medal plus annual dinner, total value $500

Engineering Mechanics Prize

Awarded to a student with the best overall performance in the Engineering Mechanics course in the Bachelor of Engineering.
Value: $500

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F A Haas and Sir William Goodman Prize for Civil Engineering

Awarded annually to the two most outstanding student from the final year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) program or associated specialisations.
Value: $500 each

The Intercad Prize

To be awarded to the student(s) with the best overall performance in the course "Computer Techniques" for the 'SolidWorks' portion of this course, in the Bachelor of Engineering or associated degree programs.
Value: $500 and a Certificate

The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) (South Australian Section) Award

Awarded annually to a third year student with the best overall performance in the course Digital Signal Processing in Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems), (Electrical & Mechatronic), (Electronics and Communications) (Networking and Communications) or and associated double degrees program.
Value: $500. Awarded to onshore students only.

Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia (SA) - G V Allen Medal

Awarded to the student in the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil) or associated specialisation programs for achieving the best overall performance in the courses Mechanics of Materials, Road Design and Traffic Management, Geospatial Science for Engineers and Introduction to Water Engineering (completed in the same year).
Value: $500

The Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET) Prize

Awarded annually to the student with the best overall performance in the final year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Mechatronic Engineering) program and associated double degrees.
Value: A certificate, two years membership of the IET and $250 cash upon graduation

Institution of Mechanical Engineers - Frederick Barnes Waldron Award

Awarded to the student in the Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical or specialisation) degree with the best overall performance in the fourth year of the program.
Value: A certificate, plus the offer of one year's free Associate membership to the institution of Mechanical Engineers, plus medallion to the total value of $500

The International Test and Evaluation Association Prize for Excellence in T & E

to be awarded annually to the most outstanding graduand completing postgraduate studies in Test and Evaluation in the Graduate Certificate in Engineering, Graduate Diploma in Engineering, or Master of Engineering by coursework programs, or the Doctor of Philosophy or the Master of Engineering by Research programs.
Value: $500 and medal

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Lysaght Award for Outstanding Achievement in Structural Engineering

Awarded to the student in the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil) program or associated specialisation programs who obtains the highest aggregate marks in the same year in the courses Steel and Timber Design, and Reinforced Concrete Design.
Value: $500

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Master Builders Association of SA Prize

Awarded to the a final year student enrolled with in the IHCN - Bachelor of Construction Management and Economics (Honours) program who has achieved the highest aggregate overall marks upon completing the two (2) in the final year Construction Management specialisation elective courses and as recommended by the Program Director.
Value: $500 cheque; plus Certificate

Mathematical Sciences Prize

Awarded to the student who obtains the highest grade point average upon completion of the Bachelor of Quantitative Finance or the Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences program.
Value: $500

Most Outstanding Female Student University of South Australia - Master of Engineering (coursework)

Awarded annually to the female student with the best academic performance and who obtains a GPA of 5.0 or above upon completion of the Master of Engineering by coursework (Computer Systems Engineering), (Electrical Power Engineering), (Microsystems Technology) and (Telecommunications) program.
Value: $500 and a medal

Motorola Mobile Enterprise Prize

Awarded to a student team with the best overall performance in the course Mobile Enterprise Workshop (INFS 4107).
Value: $1000 per recipient (up to a maximum of two students).

Motorola Prize in Computer and Network Security

Awarded to the student with the best performance in the course Computer and Network Security (INFT 3015).
Value: $1,000

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National Environmental Law Association Prize (Postgraduate)

Awarded to the student who has the best combined performance in the Graduate Diploma in Regional and Urban Planning or in the Master of Regional and Urban Planning.
Value: $100

National Environmental Law Association Prize (Undergraduate)

Awarded to the student with the best performance each year in Planning Law in the Bachelor of Planning or the Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning.
Value: $100

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PW Stephens Engineering Prize

Awarded to the full time student who obtains the highest grade point average upon completion of the first year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical or specialisation) program. Students must undertake the courses as set out in the first year program structure of the Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical or specialisation) as documented on University of South Australia (UniSAInfo).
Value: $2,000

The Prize for Achievement in Applied Physics

Awarded for outstanding academic achievement over the duration of the Bachelor of Science (Applied Physics major) program or associated double degrees.
Value: $500, certificate and letter of reference from Head of School

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Ralston Medal for Excellence in Physical Chemistry at The Wark

The Ralston Medal for Excellence in Physical Chemistry at The Wark has been made possible by the generosity of the colleagues, associates and friends of Emeritus Laureate Professor John Ralston AO FAA FTSE. Professor Ralston, one of Australia's most prominent physical chemists, founded the Ian Wark Research Institute (The Wark™) and was its Director for 18 years.

The medal recognises excellence and innovation in the application of physical chemistry which benefits industry.
The medal is awarded biennially to acknowledge the most outstanding journal article in the field of physical chemistry published within the previous five years by staff or students or alumni of The Wark™. The excellence of the research contribution will be based on novelty, significance and impact as judged by the Selection Committee.

Examples of this include:

  • novelty of science - demonstration of a major advance in experimental or theoretical physical chemistry
  • impact of science and demonstrated outcomes - uptake by other scientists, citations, uptake by industry, and commercialisation.

Eligible recipients (individual or team) must be current students, graduates or staff members of The Wark™.

The publication date of the journal article should be within five years of the biennial closing date for applications.

Applications should comprise a summary statement of the research in relation to the selection criteria. A copy of the journal article should also be attached.
Value: The Ralston Medal for Excellence in Physical Chemistry at The Wark will be awarded with a cash prize of $1,000

RS Components Prize

Awarded to the student with the best overall performance in the course Electrical Circuit Theory in the Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems), (Electrical & Mechatronic), (Electronics and Communications), (Networking and Communications) or associated double degrees program.
Value: $500 worth of components from the RS Components Catalogue 

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Prize

Awarded annually to a IHCN – Bachelor of Construction Management and Economics (Honours) graduate student who undertook the Building Surveying and Quantity Surveying specialisation courses and achieved the highest GPA in their final year of study and as recommended by the Program Director..
Value: $500 in kind towards RICS Membership Fees

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SA Power Networks - Final Year

Awarded to the student with the best overall performance Power Systems Analysis and Operation and Control of Modern Power Systems courses the Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical discipline).
Value: $500

SA Power Networks - Most Outstanding Student

Awarded to the student with the best overall performance during the first three years (four years in a double degree) in the Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Mechatronic Engineering) program and associated double degree program.
Value: $500

SA Power Network Postgraduate ERP Prize

One prize will be awarded annually to the student with the best overall performance in the course Enterprise Systems using SAP M (INFS 5024).
Value: $2,500

SA Power Network Undergraduate ERP Prize

One prize will be awarded annually to the student with the best overall performance in the course Enterprise Systems INFT 3024.
Value: $2,000

School of Engineering - Minor Thesis Prize

Awarded annually to two students with the most outstanding academic performance in the minor thesis or research project courses.
Value: $500 each

School of Engineering Mechanical Design Award

Awarded to the student who achieves the best overall performance in the course 'Mechanical Design Practice' in the Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical or specialisation) or associated degrees.
Value:
$250 + $250 medal and certificate

School of Engineering - Master of Engineering (coursework) Prize

Awarded annually to two students with the most outstanding academic performance, and who obtain the highest GPA of 6.0 or above upon completion of the Master of Engineering by coursework programs. Value: $500 each

School of Engineering - University of South Australia - Kaplan Higher Education Singapore (OMTM) Prize

Awarded to the student having the best academic performance upon completion of all courses in the Masters of Engineering (OMTM) program in Singapore. The prize will be awarded for each intake that graduates in that year.
Value:
SGD$1,000

School of Engineering - University of South Australia - Kaplan Higher Education Singapore (Electronic/Telecommunications Engineering) Prize

Awarded to the student having the best academic performance upon completion of all courses and final year project in the Bachelor of Engineering (Electronic/Telecommunications Engineering) program in Singapore. The prize will be awarded for each intake that graduates in that year.
Value:
SGD$1,000

School of Engineering - University of South Australia - Kaplan Higher Education Singapore (Electrical Engineering) Prize

Awarded to the student having the best academic performance upon completion of all courses and final year project in the Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Engineering) program in Singapore. The prize will be awarded for each intake that graduates in that year.
Value:
GD$1,000

The Sir William Goodman Electrical Engineering Prize

Awarded to the most outstanding student in the final year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical/Mechatronic) program.
Value: $500

The Sir William Goodman Mechanical Engineering Prize

Awarded to the most outstanding student in the final year of Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) program.
Value: $500, Medal and Certificate

Steel Reinforcement Institute of Australia (SRIA) Prize for Reinforced Concrete Design

Awarded to a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil) or associated specialisation student for excellence, innovation and effort in the third year reinforced concrete design project. In case of a tie or joint project, examination results will determine the winner.
Value: $500, plus certificate

Steve Leek Memorial Prize

The Steve Leek Memorial Prize will be awarded to a maximum of ten outstanding Civil Engineering students, ranked by GPA, who have studied full time in the first, second or third year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil) and related specialisations each year. 

The GPA achieved must be 6.5 or higher for the prize to be awarded. Students must have been enrolled full-time in on-campus mode and must not be the recipient of any other scholarship or grant (they may receive other prizes). The prize is awarded to eligible students regardless of citizenship. 

The prize is not awarded to students who complete their program in the previous year. Each prize will have a value of $500. The total number of prizes awarded will vary depending on the number of students meeting the criteria.
Value: $500

Systems Engineering Society of Australia (SESA) Prize

The prize is awarded annually to a postgraduate student enrolled in either a research or coursework program in systems engineering who has published the best journal paper in a subject relevant to the systems engineering discipline.
Value: $1000 (plus one year membership of SESA/INCOSE)

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Technology Industry Association (TIA) Achievement Award in Electronic System Design

Awarded to the most outstanding student in the final year of their project related work in the courses Electrical and Information Engineering Project 1 and 2 or Honours 1 and 2 in the Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems), (Electrical and Mechatronic), (Electronics and Communications), (Networking and Communications), (Optical and Electronic) or associated double degrees.
Value: $1000

TMK Prize for Environmental Science

The TMK Prize for Environmental Science is awarded to a student who has completed the Bachelor of Environmental Science and has achieved the highest GPA. If there is more than one student with an equal GPA, the prize will be divided equally amongst them.
Value: $500

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University of South Australia - Kaplan Prize - Singapore

Awarded to the students who obtains the highest grade point average upon completion of the courses and final year project within one year of the final exam date, in the Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) program in each Intake.
Value: S$2000 Total divided as follows:

  • S$1,000 - Awarded to student with highest GPA
  • S$500 - Awarded to student with next highest GPA
  • S$500 - Awarded to student with next highest GPA 

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