Special achievements, recognition and prizes recorded on the Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement (AHEGS)

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Special achievements, recognition and prizes recorded on the Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement (AHEGS)

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  • Adapt Health Care Occupational Therapy Award for Achievement. Value: A$500.
  • Ann McDougall Co-op Bookshop Memorial Bursary. Value: A$1,000.
  • Australian Interactive Media Industry Association (AIMIA) Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Graphic Design F - Professional Portfolio, DES216. Value: A$95.
  • Anita Pitcher Memorial Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in the Marketing Research Project MKG321 Value: A$500.
  • ANZ Bank Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility BUS320. Value: A$500.
  • ANZ Bank Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Introduction to Financial Planning FIN210. Value: A$500.
  • ANZ Bank Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Insurance and Risk Management FIN221. Value: A$500.
  • ANZ Bank Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Personal Investment Management FIN310. Value: A$500.
  • ANZ Bank Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Small Business and New Venture Management MGT310. Value: A$500.
  • ANZ Bank Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Advanced Strategic Management MGT322. Value: A$500.
  • ANZ Bank Scholarship. Value: A$5,000.
  • Australian Property Institute Prize (API) Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving graduating Property, Economics and Development student. Value: A$1,000.
  • ARUP Prize for Urbanism and Design: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Urbanism and Urban Design ENP255. Value: A$1,000.
  • Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Society (ADFAS), Sunshine Coast - Young Arts Scholarship. Value: A$2,500.
  • Australian Geographic Society Prize. Awarded to the highest achieving student in Empowering Individuals for Sustainability SUS201. Value: A$500.
  • Australian Steel Institute - Undergraduate Steel Design Award. Awarded in Semester 2 each year for excellence in the third year of Bachelor of Engineering program, for Steel Structures and Structural Steel Design. Value: A$200 Technical Book Voucher and Certificate from the Australian Steel Institute.
  • Australian Taxation Office Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Taxation Law and Practice ACC311. Value: A$1,000.
  • BDO Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Audit and Professional Practice ACC321. Value: A$500.
  • Big Kart Track Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Introduction to Tourism, Leisure and Events TSM102. Value: A$500.
  • Buderim Ginger Limited Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving Graduating Bachelor of Business (International Business) student. Value: A$1,000.
  • Caloundra RSL Sub Branch Scholarship. Value: Up to A$10,792.
  • Catherine King Memorial Bursary. Value: A$1,000.
  • Cengage Learning Australia Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Communication Theory and Practice CMN102. Value: A$300 book voucher.
  • Cengage Learning Australia Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Trade and Finance in a Global Economy IBS221. Value: A$250 book voucher.
  • Chris Delroy and Associates Financial Planners Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Financial Plan Construction FIN321. Value: A$500.
  • Commonwealth Indigenous Access Scholarship. Value: A$4,823.
  • Commonwealth Indigenous Accommodation Costs Scholarship. Value: Up to A$20,348: A$5,087 per annum | A$2,543.50 per semester.
  • Commonwealth Indigenous Education Costs Scholarship. Value: Up to A$10,172: A$2,543 per annum | A$1,271.50 per semester.
  • Commonwealth Indigenous Enabling Education Costs Scholarship. Value: A$2,543 per annum | A$1,271.50 per semester.
  • Commonwealth Indigenous Enabling Accommodation Costs Scholarship. Value: A$5,087 per annum | A$2,543.50 per semester.
  • Contour Consulting and UDIA Engineering Bursary. Value: A$1,500 and A$500 in-kind component
  • Jill Chamberlain Environmental Science Prize: Awarded in Semester Two each year to a third year student with the highest achievement in environmental science disciplines. Value: A$1,000.
  • Co-op Textbook Bursary. Value: A$500 Co-op bookshop gift voucher.
  • Co-op Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Communication and Thought COR109. Value A$1,000 (A$500 Co-op book voucher, A$500 cash prize).
  • CPA Australia Prize: Highest achieving first year Accounting student. Value: A$500.
  • CPA Australia Prize: Highest achieving second year Accounting student. Value: A$500.
  • CPA Australia Prize: Highest achieving third year Accounting student. Value: A$500.
  • Darcy and Heather Stevens Rural Bursary. Value: A$500.
  • DFS Group Regional and Urban Planning Bursary. Awarded annually by DFS Group to a student who has performed well in Regional and Urban Planning and is able to demonstrate financial need. Value: A$1,000.
  • Dr Paul McCarthy Memorial Bursary. Awarded to Second year students in a Sport or Exercise Science degree. Value: Value: A$1,500.
  • Engineers Australia Sunshine Coast Regional Group Prize: Awarded to an Engineering student of distinction in their second year. Value: A$500 book voucher.
  • Environmental Management Contractors Prize: Awarded in Semester Two each year to the highest achieving 2nd year undergraduate student in ENS351. Value: A$1000
  • E S Sabey Mosel Prize for Nursing: Awarded in Semester Two each year to a Nursing student who has completed 12 courses (50 percent) at USC. Value: A$1,000.
  • Faculty of Arts and Business High Schools Bursary: Awarded to local Secondary school students who have achieved OP Six or better, and intending to commence full-time study in the Faculty of Arts and Business. No direct applications. Students are nominated by their school. Value: A$1,500.
  • Ferguson Cannon Lawyers Bursary. Value: A$5,000.
  • Tim Fairfax Regional Scholarship. Value: A$2,500 per semester for the normal duration of the program up to a maximum of A$20,000.
  • Tim Fairfax Family Foundation Rural and Remote Education Bursary. Value: Up to A$2,500 (depending on location and distance).
  • Focus Professional Group Bursary. Value: A$1,500.
  • Rod and Jan Forrester Scholarship in Business. Value: A$3,500.
  • Garland Waddington Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Retirement and Superannuation FIN220. Value: A$400.
  • Garland Waddington Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Tax and Estate Planning FIN320. Value: A$400.
  • Garland Waddington Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Property Law PED122. Value: A$400.
  • GHD Scholarship in Civil Engineering. Value: A$5,000.
  • GHD Scholarship in Environmental Science. Value: A$5,000.
  • Graduate Women QLD Inc. Sunshine Coast Branch Undergraduate Bursary. Value: A$1,500. (formerly the Australian Federation of Graduate Women (AFGW), Sunshine Coast Branch Bursary).
  • Graduate Women QLD Inc. Sunshine Coast Branch Postgraduate Bursary. Value: A$3,000. (formerly the Australian Federation of Graduate Women (AFGW), Sunshine Coast Branch Bursary).
  • Graduate Women Queensland Inc. Sunshine Coast Branch Rural and Remote Education Prize. Awarded to a high performing USC Female undergraduate student, undertaking a Rural or Remote Education placement as a component of their Bachelor of Education degree. Value: A$750.
  • Graduate Women Queensland Inc. Sunshine Coast Branch Rural and Remote Nutrition and Dietetics Prize. Awarded to a high performing USC Female undergraduate student, undertaking a Rural or Remote Nutrition and Dietetics placement as a component of their Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics degree. Value: A$750.
  • Graduate Women Queensland Inc. Sunshine Coast Branch Rural and Remote Nursing Prize. Awarded to a high performing USC Female undergraduate student, undertaking a Rural or Remote Nursing placement as a component of their Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery degree. Value: A$750.
  • Graham Tamblyn Scholarship in Engineering. Value: A$5,000.
  • Headstart Program Scholarship.
  • Helen Hall Rural and Remote Nursing Bursary. Value:A$2,500.
  • Henzell Rural and Remote Nursing Bursary. Value:A$1,250.
  • Holmans Accounting and Taxation Bursary. Value: A$1,500.
  • I C Solutions Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Architecture and Systems Integration ICT321. Value: A$500.
  • Innovation Centre Sunshine Coast Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in New Venture Development ENT211. Value: A$500.
  • Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia Prize. Awarded to the highest achieving student in Financial Accounting ACC210. Value: A$500.
  • Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Management Accounting ACC310. Value: Associate Membership A$550.
  • Jalarema Indigenous Scholarship. Value: A$6,000.
  • Judy Henzell Business Bursary. Value: A$2,000.
  • Justin Crosby Memorial Law Bursary. Value: A$5,000.
  • The L.E.W. Mosel Prize in Engineering: Awarded to students who have performed well in their second year of Engineering and who have demonstrated creativity, original thought and critical analysis in academic work and projects. Value: A$1,000.
  • Laurie Cowled Regional Scholarship. Value: A$2,500 per semester for the normal duration of the program up to a maximum of A$20,000.
  • Laurie Cowled Women in Engineering Prize: Awarded to a female student achieving the highest mark in Engineering Professional Practice, ENG101. Value: A$500.
  • Les and Mary Hall Family Scholarship in Engineering. Value: A$5,000.
  • Love and Partners Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Accounting Principles ACC106. Value: A$750.
  • Mark and Susan Bradley Prize in Engineering: Awarded to the best overall second year student in the Bachelor of Civil Engineering. Value: A$500.
  • Maroochy RSL Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Riots and Rebellions: Conflicts in Australian History HIS250 Value: A$500.
  • McGraw-Hill Education Australia Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Introduction to Economics BUS102. Value: A$250 book prize.
  • McGraw-Hill Education Australia Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Principles of International Business IBS210. Value: A$250 book prize.
  • McGraw-Hill Education Australia Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Cross-Cultural Management IBS220. Value: A$250 book prize.
  • McGraw-Hill Education Australia Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Introduction to Psychology B PSY101. Value: A$250 book prize.
  • Officeworks Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in International Justice and Human Rights JST202. Value: A$200 book voucher.
  • Oxford University Press Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Editing for the Communications Professional CMN213. Value: A$500.
  • Oxford University Press Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Criminal Law: An Introduction LGL201. Value: A$200 book voucher.
  • Oxford University Press Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Family Law: Legal Frameworks and Issues LGL202. Value: A$200 book voucher.
  • Oxford University Press Public Health Undergraduate Award: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Introduction to Behavioural Health PUB104. Value: A$250 University Press voucher.
  • Oxford University Press Public Health Postgraduate Award: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Introduction to Behavioural Health PUB104. Value: A$250 University Press voucher.
  • Paramedics Australasia Prize: Awarded to three (3) selected students each year from 2014 to 2018 (inclusive), by way of a donation from Paramedics Australasia. Value: A$500.
  • Poole Group Scholarship in Accounting. Value: A$3,500.
  • Public Relations Institute of Australia Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Media and Community Relations CMN218 Value: A$350.
  • Queensland Advertising Communications Bursary. Value: A$1,500.
  • Queensland Government and the University of the Sunshine Coast Language Scholarships (Japanese). Value: $1,666.
  • Queensland Government and the University of the Sunshine Coast Language Scholarships (Indonesian). Value: $1,666.
  • Renouf Family Scholarship. Value: A$2,500 per semester for the normal duration of the program up to a maximum of A$20,000.
  • Sajen Legal Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Business Law and Ethics BUS203. Value: A$750.
  • Save on Tax Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Business Finance ACC211. Value: A$500.
  • Schultz Toomey O'Brien Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Law of Business Associations ACC220. Value: A$750.
  • Schultz Toomey O'Brien Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Professional Practice: Legal Frameworks and Issues LGL301. Value: A$750.
  • Sea FM Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Marketing Communication MKG220. Value: A$500.
  • Stacey Mowle Smiles of Strength OT Prize: Awarded to a fourth year Occupational Therapy student. Value: A$1,000.
  • Sunshine Coast Business Women's Network Bursary. Value: A$500.
  • Sunshine Coast Daily Kathleen McArthur Memorial Scholarship. Value: A$3,500.
  • Sunshine Coast Haematology & Oncology Clinic Prize in Palliative, Rehabilitative and Continuing Care. Awarded to the highest achieving student based on second semester results in Palliative, Rehabilitative and Continuing Care NUR272. Value: A$500.
  • Sunshine Coast Local Medical Association Bursary. Value: A$2,000.
  • Sunshine Coast Regional Council Prize:  Awarded to the highest achieving student in Planning and Environmental Law ENP211. Value: A$500.
  • Sunshine Plaza - Lend Lease Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving third year Marketing student. Value: A$1,200.
  • Tax Institute (Australia) Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Contemporary Accounting Issues ACC320. Value: One-year subscription to Institute's Journal valued at $375.
  • Telstra Country Wide Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Telecommunications and Networks ICT220. Value: A$500.
  • The Thompson Excellence Scholarship. Value: A$4,000 per semester for the normal duration of the program up to a maximum of A$32,000.
  • The Thompson Study Support Scholarship. Value: A$2,000 per semester for the normal duration of the program up to a maximum of A$14,000.
  • University of the Sunshine Coast Equity Bursary. Value: A$1,000.
  • University of the Sunshine Coast Study Support Bursary. Value: A$2,000 or A$4,000
  • Unitywater Scholarship in Civil Engineering (Environment and Water). Value: A$10,000.
  • U3A Merit-based Equity Bursary. Value: A$1,500.
  • U3A Postgraduate Equity Bursary. Value: A$1,500.
  • U3A Frayda Myers Cooper Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Imagined Homelands EGL205. Value: A$1000.
  • Vantage Holdings and UDIA Regional and Urban Planning Bursary. Value: A$1,000 cash component, A$500 in-kind component.
  • Coast2Bay Housing Group and UDIA Property Economics and Development Bursary. Value: A$1,500 cash component, A$500 in-kind component.
  • OP Guarantee Scholarship Scheme. Value: A$1,500 per semester for the normal duration of the program up to a maximum of A$12,000.
  • USC Co-op Voucher. Awarded to a student in recognition of academic excellence in Introduction to Behavioural Health PUB104. Value: A$250 book voucher.
  • USC Chancellor's Scholarships. Value: A$2,500 per semester for the normal duration of the program up to a maximum of A$20,000.
  • USC Sports Scholarship. Value: A$6,000.
  • Valuers Registration Board of Qld Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving second-year Property Economics and Development student. Value: A$1,000.
  • Vic Walker Memorial Scholarship. Value: Up to A$6,000.
  • Vice Chancellor's Honours Scholarship. Value: A$5,000.
  • Vice Chancellor's Merit Scholarship. Value: A$1,500 per semester for the normal duration of the program up to a maximum of A$12,000.
  • War Widows Guild Maroochydore - Nursing Bursary. Value: A$500.
  • WEIR Minerals Multiflo Scholarship in Mechanical Engineering. Value: A$9,000 | A$3,000 per annum over three years.
  • Wildlife Preservation Society of Qld Prize: Awarded to a student who has performed well in the second year of the Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science) degree, in Vertebrate diversity and Ecology ENS222. Value: A$300.
  • Wiley Prize: Awarded to the highest achieving student in Company Accounting ACC221. Value: A$250 book voucher.
  • Zonta Club of Blackall Range Bursary. Value: A$1,000.
  • Zonta Club of Caloundra Equity Bursary. Value:  A$1,000.
  • Zonta Club of Maroochy Jane M Klausman Women in Business Bursary. Value: A$1,000.
  • Zonta Club of Maroochy Mature Age Bursary. Value: A$1,000 and A$500.
  • Zonta Club of Noosa Indigenous Women's Bursary. Value: A$1,000.
  • Zonta Club of Noosa Women in Science Bursary. Value: A$1,000.
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