We tend to associate ‘bullies’ with the school yard. But unfortunately bullying can follow us long past the time we leave the school gates. Workplace bullying is a huge issue in Australia. Even if you’ve escaped bullying at school, you could still find yourself the target of bullies as an adult, so you need to …
A big part of growing up is starting work. It can be great to have some extra money for yourself, feel more independent, as well as learning the skills you’ll need in the workforce for the rest of your life. But before you get too keen, there are some things you need to know before …
This scholarship program is offered to commencing students with outstanding academic achievement.
By the time you leave high school and often before, it’s important to learn how to manage your money and make decisions that make financial sense for your situation. If you can budget, manage your money, and make wise decisions about your spending and saving habits, then you’re well on your way to being financially …
If you’re planning on tertiary eduction next year, we’ve put together 5 reasons why you should apply for scholarships – there are lots of benefits you could enjoy. Ease the financial burden Of course, the financial benefits of scholarships are one of the top reasons students apply. They’re a great way to help …
What is tax? It’s not the most fun subject to talk about, but it’s an important one – tax. If you’ve got yourself a part-time or casual job, even if you’re still at school, chances are you’ll need to know about tax. But what even is tax? Think of it this way. Tax is …
The Hansen Scholarship is a flagship scholarship program at The University of Melbourne. From 2020, The Hansen Scholarship will be awarded to talented undergraduate students whose financial circumstances present a challenge to accessing a first-class education. Recipients will be awarded accommodation, an allowance, and financial and personal support.
Established in 2012, the ACU Law – Equity Scholarship is intended to assist law students from low socio-economic backgrounds.
To provide financial support to Engineering students through their studies and provide valuable industry workplace experience to further supplement their education.
The Art in Bark Bursary supports an art student coming to study at QCA from a regional or remote area of Queensland.
The Scholarships are available for award to students in personal and/or financial hardship, studying the Bachelor of Nursing and Graduate Diploma of Gerontological Care at Murdoch University and who reside in the Mandurah area.
This scholarships aims to support young people of the Peel region reduce the financial pressure and the living and study costs associated with attending university.
The Bush Children’s Education Foundation Scholarship was established in 2006 to provide a first year student from a remote community, assistance throughout the duration of their degree.
The purpose of the Scholarship is to provide financial support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, from the Mandurah region, who are intending to enrol, or are enrolled, full-time in an undergraduate degree at Murdoch University Mandurah Campus or at South Street Campus.
To financially support a driven and hardworking Territorian enrolled in a Higher Education degree in the areas of Business or Engineering at Charles Darwin University
If you’ve decided to go ahead and find a summer job, once you’ve organised your resume and started applying for jobs, you’re already halfway there. There are just one or two other things you might like to organise so that you’ll be ready to start work as soon as you get the call. Are …
The Dorothea Swift Nursing scholarships have been generously donated to support Bachelor of Science – Nursing students commencing their first semester of study.
The Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Scholarship for rural and regional students aims to assist academically outstanding but disadvantaged students, from a rural or regional area, who have been offered a full-time place at an Australian University for the first time.
The objective of the Destination Australia Scholarship Program is to attract and support students to study in regional Australia, to grow and develop regional Australian tertiary providers and offer students a quality learning experience. The University of Tasmania is proud to be a provider under the Destination Australia Scholarship Program and welcomes students to study …
The James T F Chong Memorial Scholarship was established in 2007 and is available for award to a student beginning their first year in a Bachelor of Law at Murdoch University.
Awarded to domestic students from a rural, regional and remote area in Australia to secure on-campus accommodation.
The Ragdoll scholarships have been made possible by generous donors who wish to support students commencing any undergraduate course in the disciplines of Business, Law, Engineering, Health, Science, Teaching, or Technology.
These scholarships will assist students from rural and isolated areas to fund their relocation costs associated with moving to Adelaide in order to pursue full-time undergraduate study.
To support education opportunities for women from regional areas enrolled to study in medical science or other health science areas.
Made possible by the Scott Williams Foundation, the CQUniCares Scott Williams Foundation Scholarships will provide recognition and financial assistance to deserving and financially disadvantaged students enrolled in a business-related undergraduate course.
The Playford Trust in partnership with Chartwells, St Ann’s College and the St Ann’s Foundation offers three scholarships for students living at St Ann’s Residential College.
To support financially disadvantaged students studying the Bachelor of Pharmacy at UNE.
If you have decided to become a teacher, our Aspiring Teacher Grants will help you to get started.
The purpose of the Scholarship is to encourage and support undergraduate students wishing to study law at UQ and experiencing financial disadvantage.
The CQUniCares GWI Scholarship will provide recognition and financial assistance to a deserving Bachelor’s degree student in financial need.
This scholarship acknowledges the long-standing connection of John, Belle and Richard Miller’s family to the Illawarra Region. This scholarship is a representation of the Miller family’s desire to support the studies of students in need, and recognises those who are involved in the community.
The Tyree Foundation has established scholarships for engineering students across all Australian States. The scholarships are for Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) students who come from disadvantaged backgrounds, to provide them support throughout their four-year course of study.
The Murdoch Senate Bursary has been developed to assist students who are facing financial and/or personal hardship with some of the costs associated with studying at Murdoch University.
The Great Southern Development Commission donates funds annually to encourage and assist meritorious students from outside the Albany region to commence a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) undergraduate degree course at the UWA Albany Centre.
Betty leaves this legacy as her way of trying to improve the education of doctors, nurses and allied health professionals in training with hope that some will return to the country areas to practice their profession.
With a mission to improve health outcomes for the local Aboriginal community, the Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service offers this scholarship to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students commencing studies in Health and Rehabilitation, Speech Pathology, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy or Podiatric Medicine on the Albury-Wodonga Campus.
A scholarship to support students from rural and remote Australia living on campus while studying an undergraduate degree.
The Lucy Beeton Scholarship aims to provide a financial incentive/support for Aboriginal people to undertake a teaching qualification at the University of Tasmania.
The Scholarship supports undergraduate students commencing a program of study in the Faculty of Sciences, Engineering & Technology (SET) or Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Adelaide.
Thanks to the generous support of donors, the Augustus Short Scholarships are available to students of high academic merit who come from rural or remote areas, challenging financial circumstances or another disadvantage.
This program has been established with a generous donation from Professor Cullinane to support students aspiring to study law at JCU in North Queensland.
The CQUniCares Launch Scholarship assists students from regional areas and/or low SES backgrounds with expenses associated with undergraduate study. Those expenses can include non-deferrable costs such as textbooks, uniforms, computer equipment, internet, equipment or travel costs associated with compulsory residential schools and unpaid work placements.
The Malcolm Styles Local Government Scholarship aims to support a regional or rural-based (preferably) engineering student studying in a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Professional) with an interest in local government.
The Adam Scott Foundation Business Scholarship is for students who have overcome adversities in their life, are passionate about business and may also have an interest in sport.
The Skinn Engineering Scholarship was established at the University by Public Trustee, as the trustee of the Estate of Cleveland Maxwell Skinn, to support two undergraduate students in Engineering.
The Medical Council of Tasmania, upon its dissolution in 2010, provided the University of Tasmania Foundation with a $1 million gift to endow scholarships for deserving Tasmanian students to study medicine at the University.
This scholarship has been endowed by the Australian Government in memory of Larry Knight, who was killed in the Beaconsfield Mine disaster in April 2006. Funding for the scholarship was provided by the Australian Government Department of Education.
The Scholarship will support one commencing undergraduate student undertaking the Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science (Advanced), Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences, Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences (Advanced) or Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences program of study or equivalent at the University of Adelaide.
Arcadia Landscape Design has donated funds to The University of Western Australia to assist and encourage a high-achieving Indigenous Australian to commence and pursue studies in Landscape Architecture at the University.
The Curtin Rural WA Medical School Scholarship has been developed by Curtin University to support students who are required to relocate from a regional or remote area of Western Australia to undertake the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery at Curtin University and are experiencing financial hardship.
You can borrow money for further studies For most school leavers, it’s unlikely you’ll have access to large sums of money, even if you have been working and saving hard. Your parents or carers might not be able to assist you either. But don’t be discouraged – there are options to help you out …
Before you buy anything, whether it’s material goods or a service, you should know: your legal rights how to protect yourself from scams and other dishonest activities what to do, or where to find help, if things go wrong The older you get and the larger your purchases are, the more important it is that …
Understanding Your Money is a self-paced online course for high school students, offered as part of the University of Pennsylvania’s Global Youth Program. This course offers an introduction to fundamental economic concepts, investing, and basic money management to help you make smarter financial decisions. In addition to online video lessons delivered by Wharton faculty, the …
The Australian Disability & Indigenous Peoples’ Education Fund (ADIPEF) has been established to assist people with disabilities from both indigenous and non-indigenous backgrounds.
The ASX Schools Sharemarket Game is a fun way for students to learn about economics and the sharemarket in Australia. Students receive a virtual $50,000 they can invest over a 10 week period, in over 200 companies listed on the ASX. The prices students buy and sell at are the same prices as they would …
Up to 20 scholarships – valued at $20,000 each – are now available for talented Year 12 STEM students hoping to study either Mining Engineering or Petroleum Engineering at the University of Adelaide in 2022.
Whether you’re already living out of home, or are looking to move in the next few years, one important skill you’ll need to learn is how to cook for yourself. It can be tempting to just buy takeaway every night, but that’s not good for you in the long-term – for your health or your …
Through the Arrow Energy Reconciliation Action Plan, Arrow is aiming to build mutually beneficial relationships with Indigenous people and communities in a range of fields including education. As a part of this commitment, Arrow is providing tertiary scholarships to support Indigenous students to attend and complete university.
The Property Education Foundation Scholarship has been developed by the Property Education Foundation, in conjunction with Curtin University, to encourage and support students who are commencing full-time study in a property degree at Curtin.
The Capstone Editing Textbook Grant provides funds to one undergraduate student to assist in covering the cost of their textbooks for the duration of their degree.
The Gallipoli Scholarships provide financial assistance to the most deserving and meritorious Australian applicants, commencing their first year of tertiary study at a University or TAFE at Degree, Diploma or Advanced Diploma level, in the year of application, as well as two specific Scholarships for second and third year Gallipoli Scholars.
The purpose of this scholarship is to support regional students from low socioeconomic backgrounds who are experiencing financial hardship and have contributed to their local community.
The Playford Trust seeks to support outstanding students from regional South Australia who intend to enrol as undergraduates to study science, engineering, mathematics or technology subjects at one of the State’s three universities.
The Huawei Technologies Scholarship is made available to students who are commencing full-time study at Southern Cross University, Gold Coast campus.
Dr Krish & S Reddy Indigenous Medicine Scholarship 2021 (Pre-Medicine) has been established with the aim of producing more Indigenous Doctors in our country, and the ultimate goal of improving Aboriginal health outcomes in the longer term.
The 2021 Indigenous General Merit Undergraduate Scholarship is open for recent High School Leavers, UNSW Pre-Program Graduates and IAS Students commencing an undergraduate coursework degree program at UNSW Sydney in 2022.
The Agribusiness Leaders Scholarship in Excellence has been established by a collective of individuals and companies who are keen to support young people in Agriculture to support one undergraduate student who is commencing the Bachelor of Agriculture Science program of study at the University of Adelaide.
The Hansen Scholarship Program is our most generous scholarship, offering 20 exceptional students from around Australia free accommodation at Little Hall, a living allowance, financial support, and personal and academic mentoring throughout your undergraduate degree at Melbourne. Applications for the Hansen Scholarship Program open in term one of Year 12. Current Year 11 students and …
The Avanade Women in STEM Scholarship supports female first year students studying Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths (STEM), with the aim to help alleviate the financial burden to students, so they can focus more on studies and achieve their educational goals.
The DST Women in Science and Engineering Scholarship has been established by DST Group to assist one undergraduate student in meeting educational and living costs.
The Rural Pharmacy Scholarship Scheme provides financial support to students from rural and remote communities to undertake undergraduate or postgraduate studies in pharmacy at university. Scholarship holders are encouraged to seek employment in rural and remote areas following graduation.
The JCU Elite Athlete Scholarship provides financial support to elite athletes from northern Queensland to enable them to complete a university qualification without compromising their sporting opportunities or leaving the region.
The Shaping Futures Scholarship Fund was established in 2011 with the aim of helping those students who are most in need. The LGBTQIA+ Shaping Futures Scholarship hopes to support a student who identifies as LGBTQIA+ and who is managing study alongside personal circumstances.
The Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre Health Scholarships are open to all Indigenous students currently enrolled in an undergraduate course within the health or human services disciplines. This includes, but is not limited to: Chiropractic, Psychology and Nursing.
The aim of the Vinva Scholar Award is to fund scholars based on excellence and equity, supporting students who have the potential to make a positive impact in the future. The scholarships will be targeted at new students studying Science, Engineering, IT and Business degrees.
Findex’s Young Money podcast explores essential skills around common money experiences and helps empower young people to take control of their finances. Our host and a variety of guests cover a range of financial topics impacting the day-to-day lives of Gen Z, including: Basic financial literacy Buy-now pay-later Starting casual work Taxes Superannuation Budgeting Personal …
Feeling a bit confused about tax? We’ve spoken directly to the ATO, and they’ve provided us with a handy guide for people new to the tax system. Give it a read below. Tax for High School Students As a student, you probably don’t spend much time thinking about tax. However, your contribution to …
The AJ Parker Scholarship in Chemistry, Mineral Science or Science Education is available to students who have completed the WACE, or equivalent examination.
Looking for some great content you can use in the classroom, whether you’re teaching in class or virtually? ABC Education is packed with a whole heap of videos, lessons, articles, and heaps more content, all mapped to the Australian curriculum. And the best part is they’re all free to use. ABC Education has content for …
Your journey through high school is just the beginning of your independence. You might be looking forward to moving out, being able to stay up as late as you want, and all of the other benefits that being independent can bring. But, unfortunately, it comes with a lot of work as well. There’s so much …
We’ve put together a range of writing prompt worksheets for you to use with students in class. Use them to start a discussion amongst students, or insert them into your career lessons. Each activity is structured to get students thinking about one of the key Careers and Work Studies topics. Students are prompted to think …
This scholarship aims to support recent school leavers from rural and remote areas commencing study in engineering.
Moving away from home to study can be expensive – not only do you need to think about uni fees, study materials, and transport, but what if you need to rent a place to live as well? Thankfully, there is help out there. If you’re getting ABSTUDY or Youth Allowance, you might also be eligible …
The CHC Indigenous Pathway Scholarship aims to encourage representation of indigenous professionals in Australian architecture.
The prime aim of the D’Arcy Slater Foundation is to provide Australian youth with a means to realise their aspirations and potentials in education, sport, music, the arts and to provide domestic training in all feeds.
Becoming independent from your parents or carers can be exciting and scary at the same time. While it’s nice to have a bit more freedom, there are some responsibilities you will need to take care of as well, like finances and your health. Luckily, there is heaps of support out there for young people who …
A scholarship to provide recognition and financial assistance to an elite athlete or coach (recognised by the Elite Athlete Friendly University) who resides in North Queensland and is commencing the first year of a Bachelor course.
Did you know that financial support like Youth Allowance and ABSTUDY aren’t just for university students? If you’re doing a full-time apprenticeship or traineeship, you could also be eligible to receive financial support. You can find heaps of information on the Services Australia website about the payments you might be eligible for and how you …
Each year black&write! offers two Fellowships for unpublished manuscripts by Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander writers. The winning Fellows work closely with black&write! editors to develop their manuscripts for publication.
Up to $87,500 scholarship to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to study a Bachelor of Nursing (Advanced Studies).
MyFuture is a national career information service that helps guide young people towards their path to the future. They have a huge variety of resources available for teachers and careers advisers to support their students. Here are some of their useful resources: Explore the future of work School to work pathways infographics Teaching resources Discover …
Our Little Friends Scholarship has been established to ensure all children have the ability to either further their education and/or be able to participate in extra-curricula activities that they may not be able to pursue due to the financial impact of Domestic and Family Violence within their family environment.
To financially support high achieving Territorians to complete an undergraduate course at Charles Darwin University.
The Don Dunstan Foundation Len King Scholarship assists students with a passion for social justice who, for financial reasons, would not otherwise be able to attend university to fulfil their dream of studying law.
Awarded to a first year Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander student undertaking a 3-year Undergraduate degree.
For the third year running, BetaShares, one of Australia’s leading ETF managers, is offering the chance for a chosen recipient to receive a Grant towards educational costs or resources to assist with their studies, as well as the chance to have their work featured in the Insights section of the BetaShares website and via BetaShares …
Established in 2020, the Swinburne Indigenous Bursaries support Swinburne Indigenous students to commence their education. The one-off bursary payment allows Swinburne Indigenous students to purchase the support materials they require (such as textbooks, journals, laptops or computers, stationary or public transport passes), to ensure that they have everything they need to reach their full potential.
The Archaeology/Heritage Management Scholarship aims to provide an Indigenous student studying Bachelor of Archaeology or a Master of Professional Archaeology with a scholarship to support them for the term of their course. The student is required to study Heritage Management related subjects within their chosen course.