Charter Hall Indigenous Scholarship

Scholarship Type: Indigenous
Scholarship Group: B


  • $15,000 per year for up to three years*
    *full-time, or part-time equivalent

Eligibility Criteria

Applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria:

Confirmation of Identity:

  • identify as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and submit documentation declaring and confirming Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander identity.


  • New or continuing students


One of the following undergraduate degrees:

  • Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Communication
  • Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication)
  • Bachelor of Planning (Pathway to Master of Urban Management & Planning)
  • Bachelor of Natural Science (Environment & Health)
  • Bachelor of Science (Environmental Management)
  • Bachelor of Architectural Design
  • Bachelor of Science (Environmental Health)
  • Bachelor of Business

Charter Hall

With over 31 years’ experience in property investment and funds management, Charter Hall is one of Australia’s leading fully integrated property groups. We use our property expertise to access, deploy, manage and invest equity across our core sectors – Office, Industrial & Logistics, Retail and Social Infrastructure.

Operating with prudence, we’ve curated a diverse $88.0 billion portfolio of 1,681 high quality properties. With partnership at the heart of our approach, we’re creating places that help grow communities; turning them into the best they can be and unlocking hidden value. Taking a long-term view, our $15.4 billion development pipeline delivers sustainable, technologically enabled projects for our customers.

The impacts of what we do are far-reaching. From helping businesses succeed by supporting their evolving workplace needs, to providing investors with superior returns for a better retirement, we’re powered by the drive to go further.

Application and Selection Process

Applications are to be submitted through the Western Sydney University scholarship form.

Applicants must provide a statement supporting their application indicating how they believe receiving the scholarship will assist them with their studies and future careers. This statement should give a sufficient explanation of the applicant's background and current circumstances to enable the University to judge their eligibility, need, and merit.

Successful applicants will be selected based on their written application, academic potential, ability to meet the criteria, and, where appropriate, performance in an interview before a selection panel.

Applications will be assessed by the Indigenous Scholarships Assessment Panel.

Further information and how to apply can be found on our Indigenous Scholarships webpage.

Continuing Eligibility Criteria

  • Recipients must remain enrolled at Western.
  • Recipients must maintain a minimum GPA of 4.0