Scholarships

Centenary Trust for Women Scholarships Program

Further information

Contact development@uwa.edu.au to establish a CTW named scholarship.

Established in 2004, our scholarships program empowers women to achieve their full potential.

We provide financial support to eligible women who cannot afford to begin or continue their studies at UWA. The Trust is proud to make a real difference in women’s lives with a transformative UWA education.

Our scholarships program includes a range of support for women at various stages of their studies across many disciplines, in addition to emergency funds.

Scholarships can be named for a family member, a mentor or an admired woman, and create a tradition of giving and philanthropy for future generations. They are an investment in the women of UWA.

Support a woman to reach her potential today with a scholarship from The Centenary Trust for Women.

CTW Named Scholarships

Scholarship options:

Name of the scholarship
For example, The UWA Centenary Trust for Women Irene Greenwood Scholarship
Annual named scholarship
For example, $15,000 for an annual scholarship of $5,000 for three years.
Requirement: Minimum $2,162 a year for one year
Perpetual named scholarship
For example, a scholarship to the value of the annual income, after capitalisation in accordance with Senate policy, on a capital sum of $100,000 is established and awarded as sufficient income is generated
Requirement: Minimum $100,000 capital investment, of which the interest is awarded
Discipline/field for award
For example, UWA has nine faculties and 33 schools and the scholarship could be awarded in the Faculty of Life and Physical Sciences in the School of Biomedical and Chemical Sciences.

CTW has awarded 16 scholarships over the past five years. Of these, eight have been awarded to students living in the metro area and eight to students from the country

Scholarship benefits

  • Honouring a family member or an admired woman in a unique and memorable way.
  • Providing financial assistance to a woman student entering UWA.
  • Tax deductibility for your donation to fund scholarships.
  • Your donation goes to the scholarships award as the University covers the costs of establishing and administering the scholarship, except where the scholarship has to be advertised, for example, in newspapers.
  • Advanced notification and invitations to UWA Centenary Trust for Women events.
  • Acknowledgement in University publications.
  • Creating a tradition of giving and philanthropy for future generations.