Prizes no longer awarded

  • 2010 Recipient – Donna Thomson
  • 2009 Recipient – Caroline Savage
  • 2008 Recipient – Kellie Badge

Prize: $500 cheque

The prize is to be awarded to the student who attains the highest mark for the subject Independent Expert Reports (ACCY 957). In the event of a tie, the prize money is to be shared. 

  • 2010 Recipient - Cody Herd
  • 2009 Recipients - Thomas Poulton and Viktor Tomeski
  • 2008 Recipient - Michael Keogh
  • 2007 Recipient - Not awarded
  • 2006 Recipient - Jing Liang

BlueScope Steel offers a Business/Commerce scholarship at UOW which comprises a $10,000 benefit plus up to 12 weeks work experience at the Port Kembla Steelworks. BlueScope Steel will attempt to provide the successful applicant with a placement or project for a student studying accounting or finance in a Business/Commerce degree. The scholarship is open to an outstanding candidate in second year of a Bachelor of Business or Bachelor of Commerce degree. It is a competitive scholarship based on academic results in the first year as well as community activities on a demonstrated interest in following a career in Business/Commerce.

  • 2011 Recipient - Thibault Offant
  • 2010 Recipient - Lauren Doyle
  • 2009 Recipient - Patrick Caldwell
  • 2008 Recipient - Reema Barri

Prize: $250 cheque

The award shall be open to an outstanding student, from any faculty, who successfully completes MARK101 Marketing Principles in a given academic year. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared.

  • 2010 Recipient - Christophe Capel
  • 2009 Recipient - Bonnie Cord
  • 2008 Recipient - James Bishop
  • 2007 Recipient - Anthony Pickham
  • 2006 Recipient - Lindsay Oades

The award is given annually to a Business graduate who demonstrates the following qualities: leadership; personal, professional academic success, innovation and creativity, and community spirit.

  • 2010 Recipient - Ashleigh Fay Becker
  • 2009 Recipient - Alexander Paull

Prize: $500

The award is given annually to a current student who has demonstrated academic merit in a selected subject that has been chosen by the previous year's Alumni winner.

  • 2013 Recipient - Jessica Setter
  • 2012 Recipient - Santiago Vivo
  • 2011 Recipient - Jessica Williams
  • 2010 Recipient - Katherine Telfer
  • 2009 Recipient - Lena Saunders
  • 2008 Recipient - Beth Smith
  • 2007 Recipient - Alina Bentley

Prize: $250 cheque

  • 2009 Recipient - Roman Tibensky
  • 2008 Recipient - Matthew Peoples
  • 2007 Recipient - Georg Albert Hirschi
  • 2006 Recipient - Kim Louise Mitchell

Prize: $250 cheque

The award shall be open to an outstanding student, from any Faculty, who successfully completes MGMT969 Job Analysis, Recruitment & Selection in a given academic year.

  • 2014 Recipient - Yufeng Jiang 
  • 2013 Recipient - Melissa Ellsmore
  • 2012 Recipient - James Melouney
  • 2011 Recipient - Karim Sayyad
  • 2010 Recipients - Daniel Clark and Iris Day
  • 2009 Recipient - Nicholas Zur
  • 2008 Recipient - Erin Beecroft
  • 2007 Recipient - Michael Greaves
  • 2006 Recipient - Sania Subedar
  • 2005 Recipient - Robert Drieling
  • 2004 Recipient - Kent Omrod
  • 2003 Recipient - Troy Fraser
  • 2002 Recipient - Victoria Absolon

Prize: $250 cheque

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in FIN323 Portfolio Analysis. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared.

  • 2013 Recipient - Daniel Thompson
  • 2012 Recipient - Iris Day
  • 2011 Recipient - Alexander Paull
  • 2010 - Not awarded
  • 2009 Recipient - James Bishop
  • 2008 Recipient - Jessica Todhunter

Prize: $500 cheque

The award shall be made to the student who receives the best overall mark in the Bachelor of Commerce Honours (Economics). In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared.

  • 2013 Recipient - James Martin
  • 2012 Recipient - Daniel Thomason
  • 2011 Recipient - Kylie White
  • 2010 Recipient - Filipe Barros
  • 2009 Recipients - Melinda Smart and Mitchell Neto
  • 2008 Recipient - Alexandra McDermott
  • 2007 Recipient - Daniel Argent
  • 2006 Recipient - Timothy Atkin

Prize: $500 cheque

The award shall be made to the student who in their first attempt, attained the highest overall mark in ECON305 Economic Policy during the previous academic year. In the event of a tie, the award shall be shared. 

  • 2008 Recipient - John Karayiannis
  • 2007 Recipient - Corrine Zuchetti
  • 2006 Recipient - Emily Tan
  • 2005 Recipient - Simone Bridges
  • 2004 Recipient - Rebecca Brits
  • 2003 Recipient - Kate Lefoe

Prize: $250 cheque

The prize will be awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in MGMT341 International and Comparative Employment Relations. The prize will be awarded only if there is a candidate of sufficient merit. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared.

  • 2015 Recipient - Tina Moir-Bussy
  • 2014 Recipient - Ian Tunstall
  • 2013 Recipient - Mirco Galassi
  • 2012 Recipient - Ming Xi Lim
  • 2011 Recipient - Cyndee Baker
  • 2010 Recipient - Emman Farroukh

Prize: $250 cheque

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in ACCY957 Independent Accounting Expert Reports. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared.

  • 2005 Recipients - Melanie Locke and James Wyatt
  • 2004 Recipient - Krystyn Baxter

Prize: $500 cheque

The award shall be open to candidates from the double degree Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Laws with a single major in Marketing. It shall be awarded to the candidate who has completed the BCom/BLaws within the previous twelve months of the academic year and has the highest weighted average mark (WAM) for the subjects comprising the major. A candidate who has failed a required subject for this major is not eligible. The prize will be awarded only if there is a candidate of sufficient merit. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared.

  • 2011 Recipient - Christina Drysdale
  • 2010 Recipient - Carly Garard
  • 2009 Recipient - Lei Guo and Matthew Stimson
  • 2008 - No prize awarded
  • 2007 Recipient - Brogan Rylands
  • 2006 Recipient - Mark Christofides, Rebecca Dean and Kimberly Sudmails
  • 2005 Recipient - Lylea McMahon
  • 2004 Recipient - Suzanne Kotevski
  • 2003 Recipient - Ryosuke Ishigami

Prize: $250 cheque

The prize will be awarded to the postgraduate student who achieves the highest mark in Small Business Management (MGMT941). The prize will be awarded only if there is a candidate of sufficient merit. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared.

  • 2014 Recipients - Harrison Hall and Jonathan Yo
  • 2013 Recipients - Matt Dowling and Alexander Van Dartel
  • 2012 Recipients - Lubamba Ngoy and Helen Balam
  • 2011 Recipient - Ryan Giacca
  • 2010 Recipients - Alicia Chapple and Leilani Hile
  • 2009 Recipients - Andrew Manwaring and Dice Stokowski
  • 2008 Recipients - Filipe Barros and Ryan Giacca

Prize: $5000 towards the cost of their studies at UOW

Applicants must have achieved and/or maintain a credit average for the duration of the scholarship and demonstrate an ongoing contribution to their local community.

  • 2009 Recipient - Lauren Critchley
  • 2008 Recipient - Jessica Fitzgerald
  • 2007 Recipient - Ben Johnson
  • 2006 Recipient - Nicola Collins
  • 2005 Recipient - Ian Floyd
  • 2004 Recipient - Todd Want

Prize: $250 book voucher

The award shall be open to an outstanding student, from any faculty, who successfully completes MGMT110 on the South Coast or Southern Highlands campus in a given academic year. The student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in MGMT110 will be awarded the prize for either Autumn or Spring Session of the academic year. Only one prize will be awarded in any year. The prize will be awarded only if there is a candidate of sufficient merit. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared.

  • 2009 Recipient - Fiona Sparks
  • 2008 Recipients - Paige Davidson and Tabitha Galvin
  • 2007 Recipient - Emma Ralph
  • 2006 Recipient - Teena Dzu Fon Downton
  • 2005 Recipient - Elissa Amy Norris
  • 2004 Recipient - Stephanie Lloyd

Prize: $250 book voucher

The award shall be open to an outstanding student, from any faculty, who successfully completes MGMT110 on the Wollongong campus in a given academic year. The student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in MGMT110 will be awarded the prize for either Autumn or Spring Session of the academic year. Only one prize will be awarded in any year. The prize will be awarded only if there is a candidate of sufficient merit. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared.

  • 2013 Recipient - Mai Anh Nguyen
  • 2012 Recipients - Blake Lloyd and Chelsea Murray
  • 2011 Recipients - Matthew Kusi-Appauh, James Melouney and James Terrey
  • 2010 Recipients - Luke Dorahy and Aaron Johnson
  • 2009 Recipient - Thomas Bjorksten 
  • 2008 Recipient - Shane Riley
  • 2007 Recipients - Adam Cosic, Iltaf Khan and Matthew Moffitt
  • 2006 Recipient - Alexandra McDermott

Prize: $250 book voucher

The student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in ECON101 Macroeconomic Essentials for Business in the previous academic year. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared.

  • 2013 Recipients - Mai Anh Nguyen, Van Hoang Le and Xhi Li
  • 2012 Recipients - Clara Bonin, Mikayla Calder, Chelsea Murray and Todd Roberts
  • 2011 Recipients - Ryan Holcroft and Michael Seaborn
  • 2010 Recipient - Kylie Dixon
  • 2009 Recipients - Laura Peters and Amelia Dixon
  • 2008 Recipient - Rocco Musumeci
  • 2007 Recipient - Keren Green
  • 2006 Recipients - Alexandra McDermott and Tanya Livermore

Prize: $250 voucher

The student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in COMM121 Statistics for Business in the previous academic year. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared.

  • 2009 Recipients - Jill Cummins and Adam Oliver
  • 2008 Recipients -  Lauren Goodman and Sarah Hogarty
  • 2007 Recipient - Adrian Buck, Sheree Gladman, Shannon Rootsey, Alexander Stojanovski, Emma Wade and Kristy Wragg

Prize: $250 cheque

The award shall be open to an outstanding student, from any faculty, who successfully completes MARK356 Creating and Marketing New Products in a given academic year. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared. 

  • 2014 Recipient - Morgan Dryburgh
  • 2013 Recipient - Alan Crisp
  • 2012 Recipients - Jessica Williams

This prize is awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in Creating and Marketing New Products (MARK356).

Outstanding Student Research Paper

  • 2015 Recipient - Melinda Plumb
  • 2014 Recipient - Chris Savage

Best Individual Presentation

  • 2015 Recipient - Lucinda McFadden
  • 2014 Recipient - Belinda Gibbons

These awards will be determined and awarded at the annual HDR conference. Recognition of these awards will be made at the prize evening for Outstanding Student Research Paper, Best Individual Presentation and Best Group Presentation.

  • 2010 Recipient - Chun Fai LAM
  • 2009 Recipient - Cheuk Hung Choi
  • 2008 Recipient - Not awarded 
  • 2007 Recipients - Yim Yan Mak & Pok Tak Arthur Tsang

Prize: Waiver of fees - 50% of International fees for a full-time Undergraduate student

The scholarship is open to an outstanding student who has completed all of the specified requirements of the Twinning Program between Shue Yan College, Hong Kong and the UOW Faculty of Business. To be eligible to apply, the student must have achieved overall outstanding academic performance based on criteria for ranking students by Shue Yan College. The scholarship will be awarded only if there is a candidate of sufficient merit. To retain this award in the second year of study at UOW, the recipient must achieve an overall average of 65%.

  • 2015 Recipient - Blake Groves
  • 2014 Recipient - Blake Groves
  • 2013 Recipient - Jackson Lowrie
  • 2012 Recipient - Beau Dunn
  • 2011 Recipient - Josh Amatto
  • 2010 Recipient - Kate Trezona

Prize: $500 cheque

The prize is open to any Commerce Indigenous student enrolled at any onshore campus who successfully completed 24 credit points in the previous year and obtained the highest weighted average mark (WAM).

  • 2015 Recipient - Mikayla Kostovski
  • 2014 Recipient - Rebecca Starr
  • 2013 Recipient - Jackson Lowrie 
  • 2012 Recipient - Caitlan Young
  • 2011 Recipient - Jackson Lowrie
  • 2010 Recipient - Kim Reay
  • 2009 Recipient - Sharon Anderson

Prize: $500 cheque

The prize is open to any Faculty of Business Indigenous student enrolled at any onshore campus who completed 24 credit points in the previous year. The award is presented to the student who after comparing their WAM in spring session to their WAM in autumn session had the greatest improvement in their WAM.

  • 2014 Recipient - Melissa Ellsmore
  • 2013 Recipient - Thomas Moloney
  • 2012 Recipient - Johathan Gawthorne
  • 2011 Recipient - Charles Curry
  • 2010 Recipient - Alexandra Goletz
  • 2009 Recipient - Marion Skrobek
  • 2008 Recipient - Nicholas Zur

Prize: $500 cheque

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark (achieved Distinction or higher) in FIN252 Personal Finance. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared.

  • 2013 Recipient - Chelsea Murray
  • 2012 Recipients - James Terrey and Kimberley Chikitch
  • 2011 Recipients - Benjamin Schmid and Mario Schmied
  • 2010 Recipient - Martin Stevenson
  • 2009 Recipient - Filipe Barros
  • 2008 Recipient - Tim Freestone
  • 2007 Recipients - James Bishop and Lidia Bolla
  • 2006 Recipients - Alexandra McDermott and Jessica Todhunter

Prize: $500 cheque

The student who achieved the highest aggregate mark in ECON205 Macroeconomic Theory & Policy in the Autumn or Spring sessions of the previous academic year shall be awarded the prize. The prize shall only be awarded if there is a candidate of sufficient merit. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared.

  • 2017 Recipient - Natalie Jankoska
  • 2016 Recipients - Emma-Lea Bell, Nicole Flynn and Melanie Howard
  • 2015 Recipients - Lauren Gale, Bradley Heap, Laura Marsland, Keiran Masters and Sasha McAlister
  • 2014 Recipients - Oliver Batten, Ashleigh Pye, Callum McLennan, Bradley Chapman and Kaesha Zivkovic 
  • 2013 Recipients - Angela Pennisi and Renae Georgiou

The In2Uni Scholarship is awarded to a student selected on the basis of fulfilling equity criteria, attendance at an In2Uni High School and a demonstrated commitment to the community. Recipients are chosen by a panel consisting of members of staff from the Office of Community and Partnerships and the Scholarships Office and provide financial support for transition to tertiary education.

Value: $1000 towards the cost of their studies at UOW

  • 2011 Recipients - Jane Richards and Joseph Silverwood
  • 2010 Recipient - Julia Spiel
  • 2009 Recipient - Amanda Lam
  • 2008 Recipient - Alyssa Ban
  • 2007 Recipient - Joseph Taylor

Prize: $250 cheque

The award shall be open to an outstanding student, from any Faculty, who successfully completes MGMT328 Logistics Management in a given academic year.