UniBank is the Presenting Partner of UniSport's biggest event; Nationals Div 1 and Div 2.
UniBank have been actively supporting universities in Australia since 1964, with sport being a major part of this. Since 2017, UniBank has been the presenting partner of the UniSport Nationals and have committed until 2021.
“The partnership with UniSport is important as it helps us to support students from across all 43 universities to not only excel at their chosen sports but to pursue a healthy and connected student experience on campus," said Mike Lanzing, UniBank General Manager. Click here to read more
UniBank Leaders Scholarships
In 2021, UniBank awarded two $5,000 scholarships to two student-athletes to support both their academic and athletic endeavours.
This is part of UniBank’s ongoing partnership with UniSport Australia and their commitment to supporting universities students.
Known as the “UniBank Leaders Scholarship”, two scholarships, each of $5,000 in the form of a UniBank account were awarded to two student-athletes who have displayed exemplary leadership.
Managing money during the coronavirus crisis
You won’t be surprised to hear that even outside of the pandemic, many uni students are worried about their cash flow. 30% of Nationals 2019 Div 2 participants who responded to our survey questions about their top money concerns told us they often find themselves short of cash by the end of the month. Likewise, during Div 1, 34% of participants said that they aren’t saving enough.
To help you weather the ongoing financial uncertainty, here are some tips on managing your money so you can focus on your studies and health, instead of your bank balance.
UniBank Student Survey 2019 -
What you told us
Thanks to everyone who took part in our Student Survey during the 2019 UniSport Nationals registration process - we really value and appreciate your input!
So, what matters most to you when it comes to money? Here’s what you told us. Spoiler alert - debt worries, savings FOMO and hitting up your parents for financial advice are key take outs.
Practice good cyber hygiene
Did you know that Gen Z are the fastest growing victims of scams? Scammers are adapting and using digital platforms including Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat as forums for scams including fake online stores and the sale of fake tickets to events. Unfortunately scammers are using the spread of COVID-19 to take advantage of Australians of all ages.
COVID-19 has had an enormous impact on society, changing many aspects of the way we live our life on a daily basis. With social distancing and stay at home restrictions in place, many of us have been turning to technology to keep us connected, entertained and informed.