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Epiroc Women in Mining Scholarship

Applications for the 2024 EWIM Scholarship have now closed.

Epiroc Women in Mining Scholarship

Applications for the 2024 EWIM Scholarship have now closed.

Open to women in their final year studying technology-centred studies, the Epiroc Women in Mining (EWIM) Scholarship helps scholars find their pathway within the mining industry, facilitate vital connections and advocates for women in STEM.

Epiroc has a tradition of innovation dating back to 1873 and has held a strong presence in Australia since 1950. With innovation at the forefront, Epiroc and AusIMM recognise the important shift towards increasing diversity in our industry and championing emerging mining professionals. From 7 August to 11 September 2023, we will be accepting applications for the EWIM Scholarship.
This year marks the 52nd scholarship from Epiroc.

Championing women in STEM

The 2024 Epiroc Women in Mining Scholarship recipient will receive:
  • $2,000 bursary to support your studies.
  • Opportunity to participate in a tour of an active mine site. 
  • Opportunity to participate in a tour of the Epiroc Perth workshop and facilities.
  • Option of paid work experience with Epiroc in a real project or practical work setting 
  • Become the 2024 Women in Mining Ambassador, which includes attending: 
    • 2 VIP tickets to AusIMM’s International Women’s Day Launch Event in Perth October 2023  
    • 2 VIP tickets to AusIMM’s International Women’s Day Event in Perth, 8 March 2024 (Valued at $330) 
    • Exclusive invitation to attend New Professional Networking events in Perth throughout 2024 
    • Complimentary delegate registration to one AusIMM technical conference of choice in Perth during 2024 (Valued at $1,848) 

Scholarship Resources

Why apply?

Hear why you should apply to become Epiroc's next Woman in Mining Ambassador from past scholarship recipients.

Scholarship guidelines

Open to female undergraduate students in their final year or completing their Masters in STEM related studies; must be living and studying in Western Australia.

Applicants must AusIMM Student Members

Not an AusIMM Student Member? EWIM applicants can join free today, use code Student2023 at checkout.

Application template

Use this template to start drafting your application. Please note all forms must be submitted through our online portal.

2022 Recipient - Jacqueline Harding

Jacqueline studied at the University of Western Australia (UWA) and completed her final year in Masters of Professional Engineering, specialising in Mining. She completed her Bachelor of Science in 2021 majoring in Mechanical Engineering and Economics before switching to Mining after getting involved in the AusIMM UWA Student Chapter, where she was able to further her knowledge of the resources industry and how she could apply her technical and economics knowledge.  

Jacqueline completed a vacation program with Rio Tinto in 2021/22, where she continued to work as an intern with Explosives and Dangerous Goods throughout the semester. She plans to complete a second summer onsite following her exams and work towards a Quarry Manager certificate shortly.

Read full bio >> 
Innovation for a Gender Equal Future with Jacqueline Harding |
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Jacqueline Harding discusses new opportunities since receiving EWIM Scholarship | Read full article >>

Past recipients

  • 2021: Lauren Harding, Bachelor of Science and Mechanical Engineering, University of Western Australia Read article >>
  • 2020: Josephine Liantono, Bachelor of Science in Economics and Mining Engineering, University of Western Australia
  • 2019: Marten Hunt, Bachelor or Mining Engineering, University of Wollongong
  • 2018: Not awarded
  • 2017: Emma Guerini, Bachelor of Mining Engineering and Geology, University of Western Australia
  • 2016: Ashleigh Walsh, Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) (Honours), University of Adelaide
  • 2015: Rahel Abebe, Bachelor of Mining Engineering (Honours), Federation University – view paper.
  • 2014: Russell Brooks, Bachelor of Engineering (Mining), University of Adelaide – view paper.
  • 2013: Emma Beattie, Bachelor of Geology, James Cook University – view paper
  • 2012: Christopher Brunero, Bachelor of Engineering (Mining and Environmental) (Honours) (Deans Scholar), University of Wollongong – view paper.
  • 2011: Kathryn Serjeantson, Bachelor of Mining Engineering, University of New South Wales – view paper.
  • 2010: Nathan Campbell, Bachelor of Mining Engineering, Curtin University (WASM) – view paper.
  • 2009: Michael Webb-Martin, Bachelor of Mining Engineering and Finance, Curtin University (WASM) – view paper.
  • 2008: Kiri Bunker, Bachelor of Mining Engineering, University of New South Wales – view paper.
  • 2007: Megan Clasberg, Bachelor of Mining Engineering, University of New South Wales – view paper.
  • 2006: Jack MacDiarmid, Bachelor of Mining Engineering, University of Queensland – view paper.

Register your interest in the Epiroc Women in Mining Scholarship

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