Liberty Steel Scholarship for 2nd Year UG Students

25 July 2019
MSE Undergraduate Industrially Sponsored  by Liberty Steel
 
Scholarship for students interested in advancing Australian steelmaking
 
Liberty Steel is part of the GFG Alliance group of businesses. Liberty Steel is Australia’s premier manufacturer of long products and a leading metals distribution company in Australia and New Zealand. Liberty Steel has key manufacturing sites in Sydney Newcastle and Melbourne.
The scholarship comes from the Sydney site located at Rooty Hill,  which has a Steelmaking and Rolling Mill facility.  The Steelmaking facility has a capacity to produce  650,000 tonnes per annum of billets. These billets are rolled to products for the construction industry at the Sydney Bar Mill which has an annual capacity of 500,0000 tonnes. Billets are also transported to and rolled at the Newcastle Rod Mill into coils for the construction industry.
 
Liberty Steel is offering to support one second year undergraduate student who is enrolled into any UNSW Materials Science and Engineering (Bachelor of Engineering) undergrad program.
The scholarship is $5,000 p.a., paid to the student in second, third and fourth year ($15,000 total).
The student will have the opportunity to carry out an industrially Co-sponsored Honour’s project on ‘Advancing Australian steelmaking for next generation construction applications’ in the group of Dr Sophie Primig in close collaboration with Liberty Steel. 
 
The student may have the opportunity to apply for paid vacation work with Liberty Steel on the Sydney Site on selected projects in the Rolling Mill or Melt Shop. 
Applicants need to have at least a ‘Credit’ average WAM (>65 %), continuation of the scholarship is subject to satisfactory progress. 
 
Scholarship for students interested in advancing Australian steelmaking
Liberty Steel is part of the GFG Alliance group of businesses. Liberty Steel is Australia’s premier manufacturer of long products and a leading metals distribution company in Australia and New Zealand. Liberty Steel has key manufacturing sites in Sydney Newcastle and Melbourne.
The scholarship comes from the Sydney site located at Rooty Hill,  which has a Steelmaking and Rolling Mill facility.  The Steelmaking facility has a capacity to produce  650,000 tonnes per annum of billets. These billets are rolled to products for the construction industry at the Sydney Bar Mill which has an annual capacity of 500,0000 tonnes. Billets are also transported to and rolled at the Newcastle Rod Mill into coils for the construction industry.
 
Liberty Steel is offering to support one second year undergraduate student who is enrolled into any UNSW Materials Science and Engineering (Bachelor of Engineering) undergrad program.
The scholarship is $5,000 p.a., paid to the student in second, third and fourth year ($15,000 total).
The student will have the opportunity to carry out an industrially Co-sponsored Honour’s project on ‘Advancing Australian steelmaking for next generation construction applications’ in the group of Dr Sophie Primig in close collaboration with Liberty Steel. 
The student may have the opportunity to apply for paid vacation work with Liberty Steel on the Sydney Site on selected projects in the Rolling Mill or Melt Shop. 
Applicants need to have at least a ‘Credit’ average WAM (>65 %), continuation of the scholarship is subject to satisfactory progress. 
 
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Sophie Primig:  s.primig@unsw.edu.au