The UTS Vice-Chancellor’s Junior Scholarships are now open for all applicants – and the benefits can include:

  • A funding grant of up to $500 towards study costs per year for the duration of the scholarship;
  • Subsidies for state and national competition entry fees;
  • UTS Fencing training programs
  • Junior Scholarship recipients who go on to enrol into a degree coursework program at UTS in 2019 will be provided an additional year of grant funding, up to $500 toward study costs. The terms and conditions of the Vice-Chancellor’s Junior Scholarship will apply during such period.

For all information on application criteria and instructions on how to apply, please download the Scholarship document available at the link below. NOTE: The due date of application for the inaugural UTS Vice-Chancellor’s Junior  Fencing Scholarships has been extended to Friday 13th July 20188

UTS Fencing 2018 VC junior scholarships 31052018.pdf

*We would like to thank our Patron UTS Vice-Chancellor Professor Attila Brungs for his very generous support for the Fencing Club