A new scholarship from the Australian Wool Education Trust (AWET) has given a Western Sydney University student an opportunity to contribute to important agricultural research that is improving our understanding of how stress can impact an animal’s ability to reproduce.
Western Sydney University’s December graduation marked the completion of five long years of study for Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery graduate Pierre Goorkiz.
The 23-year-old Camden resident graduated with first class honours – and Rotary Club of Narellan President Phil Dowd was there to congratulate him.
Maryam Noori, a 23-year-old resident of St Marys, has celebrated her graduation from Western Sydney University.
As she embarks on a promising legal career at Bartier Perry, Maryam has encouraged other young women from Western Sydney who may be aspiring for a career in Law.
The inaugural Scenic World Scholarship in Natural Science and Tourism Management at Western Sydney University is now open for application.
The exciting opportunity is the result of a new partnership between Scenic World and WesternSydney University to assist ambitious Blue Mountains residents from disadvantaged backgrounds to follow their dream of studying a bachelor’s degree in tourism or environmental science.
A group of five students from Western Sydney University who have lived in foster or kinship care have been awarded scholarships from the Sisters of Charity Foundation.
The Foundation was established in 2000 to continue the work of the Sisters of Charity Congregation that helped to alleviate the effects of poverty and social isolation in Australian communities since 1838.
More than 130 Western Sydney University scholarship recipients have been congratulated at a special awards ceremony on the Parramatta South campus.
On Friday 15 September 2017, the University hosted its annual Scholarships Awards Ceremony – to commend students, as well as to thank the generous donors from throughout Greater Western Sydney.