Become an award sponsor

Each year, industry partners in the Employer of Choice program are given the opportunity to sponsor student achievement awards.

Award sponsorship is currently closed for 2015

The School of Property, Construction and Project Management hosts an annual awards night to showcase research by undergraduate honours students and to recognise the highest achieving students.

These awards are presented to students in each year level of each program, who achieved the Highest Grade Point Average for their year level.

The awards open for sponsorship are:

  • Project Management Undergraduate (awards for each year of the 4 year degree)

  • Construction Management Undergraduate (awards for each year of the 4 year degree)

  • Property and Valuation Undergraduate (awards for each year of the 4 year degree)

  • Project Management Postgraduate overall highest cumulative Grade point average

  • Property Postgraduate overall highest cumulative Grade point average

The sponsorship for the award is a $350 cheque made out to the winning student. Sponsoring organisations are asked to have a representative attend on the night to present the award. Your logo is included in the awards program, on the website and on a certificate signed by a representative from your organisation.

If you are interested in sponsoring one of the student achievement awards, please complete the online Award Sponsorship Form (Career Hub login required – contact if you have any problems logging in).

Sponsorships will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

Longstanding industry awards

There are some long-term industry awards that are also presented on the night. These awards are based on specific criteria set up by industry partners. If you would like to be part of this arrangement, please complete the online Award Sponsorship Form, choose ‘Industry Awards’ and specify your requirements. We will contact you to discuss options. 

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