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Surveying Education Scholarships Australia

Creating opportunity, increasing surveying knowledge and skills 

Empowering growth through education

Apply now for
undergraduate scholarships to assist disadvantaged students to enter our proud surveying profession and 
postgraduate research scholarships to pioneer future horizons 

The Scholarships

Clem Jones AO and Geoff Wright Scholarship

Bachelor of Spatial Science Technology (Surveying), or Bachelor of Spatial Science (Honours) (Surveying).

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Honours Year Research Bursaries



Grants to students completing Bachelor of Spatial Science (Honours) (Surveying) research projects.

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The registered tax deductible trust for Tertiary Surveying Scholarships and Postgraduate Research

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2024 Honours Research Bursaries Awards

The Foundation is delighted to announce that it has awarded 3 Honours Year Bursaries of $1,000 each to students to assist in financing their research projects.

Chair, Phil Pozzi, said the projects had been chosen by the ISAQ BEF Advisory Committee according to predetermined criteria and a Statement of Need. 'Helping students maximise the value of their research will benefit the whole profession', he said.

Read more about the Bursary and the 2024 awardees.



Who we are:

A registered trust managed by the corporate trustee, ISAQ Ltd.  

A Board of Directors:   Three eminent senior surveyors from the public, private and academic sectors.  

An expert Advisory Committee:  Six representatives from academia, private practice, and Young Professionals, inform the Board's decisions.

What we do:

The Foundation awards surveying scholarships on the basis of merit or equity to undergraduate students to complete recognised university courses and to postgraduate students for research.

Whom we benefit:

  • Students who have demonstrated merit, or who are challenged because of equity issues: isolation, disability: disadvantage takes many forms.
  •  The surveying profession:  from an upskilled and increased workforce at a time of severe skills shortage and from research into new expansion possiblities.
  • The property, infrastructure, mining and agriculture industries where surveyors are foundational to any project

We need your philanthropic help to  give a lifetime opportunity to students with equity issues and to bring groundbreaking research to the surveying community. 

How you can help:

  • Encourage work experience in your company
  • Share our social media with colleagues and staff
  • Support the Foundation with a tax deductible donation
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