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Make it easier to focus on your studies with financial support. You'll find hundreds of scholarships in our database to suit every student.

What is a scholarship, and why would someone want to give me money?

A scholarship is a part-payment or full-payment of your course or study fees (which may also include things like accommodation, travel, mentoring and living expenses).

They’re offered because people can see the value of further study and want to remove the barriers to study that some people experience, and to reward students for hard work.

Scholarships aren't just for high achievers

Scholarships generally fit into two categories – one based on your personal achievements, and one that helps people who may have been disadvantaged.

There are also scholarships for special interest groups, such as for the children of veterans, or agricultural industry scholarships.

equity scholarships

  • Financial Hardship
  • Disturbance/upheaval at school
  • Remote & Regional Students
  • Female Students
  • Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
  • Refugee Status

merit scholarships

  • Academic Achievement
  • Sporting Ability
  • All-round Achievement
  • Community Service
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A scholarship could be closer than you think

While some scholarships are highly competitive, others often fail to attract applicants – which means anyone who applies (and meets the eligibility criteria) could find themselves successful.

Applying for scholarships is good practice for applying for jobs later on, plus scholarships look amazing on your resume, so apply even if you don’t think you’ll get it. You never know what could happen.

Which scholarship is right for me?

First, you could choose your preferred university, TAFE or VET provider, then see what scholarships they offer.

Or, you could search for scholarships, find ones that would be suitable and apply for them all, then choose your institution and program based on which ones you receive. There’s no limit to how many scholarships you can apply for, as long as you’re eligible.

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The Sir William Tyree Engineering Scholarship is a prestigious scholarship to assist students from Australia to pursue their dream of obtaining an UniSA engineering qualification, in the face of financial and other challenges.
The Jeff Kasparian Regional Relocation Grant assists high school graduates, residing in the south-east of South Australia, to relocate to Adelaide to study at UniSA.
If you identify as a woman and are commencing or going into the second year in a Bachelor of Engineering and are either an Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, moving from a regional area to study in Melbourne, or can demonstrate financial disadvantage, this scholarship could provide assistance for...
Achieving Potential Support Scholarships are provided to current and commencing students whose educational achievements may have been masked by their personal circumstances. The scholarship is awarded based on need – there is no specific ATAR requirement.
The scholarship is to reward and support high academic achievers (ATAR 88+), who have completed Year 12 in 2022 and are commencing their studies at UniSQ in a bachelor’s degree program in 2023.
The Chancellor’s Scholarships are for students who have experienced financial hardship and/or educational disadvantage that has impacted on their ability to achieve their full potential. There are multiple scholarships available within the Chancellor’s Scholarships.
Provides financial support to students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievements during their senior secondary studies and who aspire to undertake a coursework degree at UQ.
The UNSW Women in Engineering Scholarships Program aims to encourage and assist female students commencing studies in the Faculty of Engineering at UNSW. By applying for the UNSW Women in Engineering Scholarships Program you may be considered for the following scholarships: Faculty of Engineering Women in Engineering Scholarships CIMIC Women...
This accommodation scholarship supports access to higher education for students undertaking undergraduate programs at ACU’s Ballarat, Canberra or any NSW-based campuses.
Available for commencing or continuing Higher Education domestic Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander undergraduate (including honours) or postgraduate student studying at the Berwick campus.
Deakin’s prestigious Vice-Chancellor’s Academic Excellence Scholarship is awarded each year to 26 eligible undergraduate students whose exceptional academic achievements and extra-curricular activities truly set them apart.
UQ Merit Scholarship is part of the UQ Academic Scholarship program. This scholarship was established in 2008 and is maintained by funds from The University of Queensland and donors.
The Bond University Transformation CoLab is a game-changer where we’ve broken down the traditional stand-alone silos of business, law, arts and sciences. CoLab Industry Scholarships award a part-fee tuition remission scholarship to eligible students wishing to study one of the following Transformation Degree programs: Bachelor of Entrepreneurial Transformation Bachelor of Digital Transformation Bachelor...
Up to $60,000 scholarship to encourage and empower students commencing an undergraduate engineering degree by supporting equality of opportunity.
The Maple Equality and Inclusion Scholarship has been established to help provide people with a disability, greater access to affordable educational opportunities.
AFTRS First Nations Scholarships are awarded based on creative excellence or equity. The scholarships are intended to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students with the costs associated with higher education at AFTRS.
The Rural Health West Scholarship in Medicine has been developed by Rural Health West to support a Western Australian rural student in financial need, entering the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree through the Rural Entry Path Way into medicine. Preference will be given to students receiving a...
This scholarship is to support and assist a student experiencing financial hardship to successfully complete an undergraduate degree course and undertake the Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree course at the University.
This Scholarship was established in memory of Molly Schacht who spent her life advocating for women and social justice. The Schacht family wished to honour Molly’s memory by supporting a student in financial need and with whom Molly would have identified.
The Eric Fuss Undergraduate Scholarship in History has been established to support one undergraduate student commencing an undergraduate program of study in Arts majoring in History.
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