Discover our range of prizes awarded annually recognising outstanding achievement across all areas of study.

Our Prizes are awarded throughout the year and there is no Application necessary.

You will be nominated for prizes by your lecturers at the end of each semester to recognise your hard work.

Explore our prizes below to help inspire your subject selection for the upcoming study year.

Prizes include:




Industry memberships

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Frequently asked questions

The Scholarships and Prizes Office will contact you in writing via email. University of Tasmania Prize winners are also published on our website.

For cash prizes, you can expect a direct debit into your nominated bank account. You will be asked to confirm your bank details when you accept the prize.

Industry memberships and physical prizes are arranged on a case-by-case basis and more information can be found in your offer letter.

Some Colleges hold end-of-year award ceremonies where prizes are awarded. The College will contact you in this case.

No, there is no application process*. Colleges nominate the prize winners at the end of each semester based on outstanding achievement in a particular course or unit.

*The exception is the Tasmanian School of Medicine Elective Prize. Please see conditions here.

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