Scholarships, bursaries & competitions

We offer three scholarships to reward members of our community that excel in specific fields. Details are provided about eligibility, application requirements and scholarship provisions for the successful applicant.

Group of engineers looking at plans
In conjunction with USQ, we are offering one engineering scholarship in 2019. This is an exciting opportunity for an undergraduate to gain hands-on experience working for a large organisation whilst undertaking their studies. The successful applicant will be part of a program for undergraduate and graduate engineers that focuses on providing real experience in a supportive environment. The engineering team are responsible for a 10,000 kilometre road network, extensive drainage networks, w ...
William Groom scholarship recipient 2018 - Sally Pomerenke
We are proud to offer the William Groom Centenary of Toowoomba City Scholarship to 18 - 24 year olds, who are commencing their second or third year of a full time USQ degree course or TAFE Queensland South West diploma. We offer this scholarship as a way to acknowledge young students achievements to the local community. The scholarship provides $5,000 to the successful applicant. Applications are traditionally called in late October ...
The Damian (Damo) Cox Memorial Trust was been established for the purpose of awarding an annual bursary in the memory of the late Damian Cox. Generally applications open in the first week of October and close in the second week of November each year. Persons aged between 10 and 25 years who have resided within a 30 km radius from the Crows Nest township for a period of at least 12 ...
Nominations for 2019 are now open! We are proud to offer the annual Norman Miller Violin Award to deserving violin students 10 years or older or AMEB Grade 3 or above, who demonstrate both need and promise. The successful award applicant is loaned a violin made in 1990 by Norman Miller (a local violin and instrument maker, 1911 – 2005) for use during the school year; usually from the end of ...
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