Scholarship details

Study levels


Student type

Current students

Study area

Engineering, Science, technology and engineering and mathematics


Australian or New Zealand

Application dates

Applications close
14 July 2021

What you'll receive

The value of the scholarship is $5,000 per annum and will be paid as a study stipend, usually in four equal instalments of $2,500. The scholarship will be paid after census date of Semester 2 in 2021 (two instalments - $5,000 total) and again following confirmation of enrolment after census date of Semester 1 and Semester 2 in 2022.

If successful, you may be offered paid work experience with the sponsor during the academic year, vacation periods and following graduation. However, this work experience is not a condition of the scholarship and will be facilitated and paid by the sponsor independently of the scholarship.


To apply for this scholarship, you must be either:

  • an Australian or New Zealand citizen
  • an Australian permanent resident
  • an Australian permanent humanitarian visa holder.

The purpose of the BMD Civil Engineering Scholarship is to help support a full-time student undertaking their third and fourth years (or equivalent for a double degree) of one of the following degrees at Queensland University of Technology (QUT):

  • EN40 Bachelor of Engineering (Civil)
  • EN01 Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil)
  • SE40 Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil) / Bachelor of Mathematics
  • SE60 Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil) / Bachelor of Information Technology
  • SE80 Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil)/ Bachelor of Science
  • IX59 Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil).

How to apply

You need to complete and submit the online application form by the close date, 11:59pm Wednesday 14 July 2021, including a copy of your:

  • academic record from HiQ site
  • resume / curriculum vitae
  • relevant supporting documentation.

Contact with any queries relating to the scholarship.

What happens next?

Your application will be assessed based on a combination of responses to the selection criteria, gender and diversity profile, and, if shortlisted for interview, responses to the interview questions.

A shortlist of applicants will undergo an interview by a BMD selection panel.


If successful, you will be required to update BMD on your progress in the course at least once a year during the tenure of the scholarship (this may be via a letter or in person).

Terms and conditions for BMD Civil Engineering Scholarship (PDF file; 221.3 KB)

About the scholarship

BMD is one of Australia's largest privately owned construction, consulting and urban development organisations.

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