Benefits This scheme provides an entry point for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants into a range of undergraduate courses with an achieved ATAR of 50+ (higher for some courses). Eligible for admission into a range of Monash courses with a lower ATAR No special classes, extra requirements or time added to your course …
Benefits The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Entry Pathway (ATSIEP) is run by Walanga Muru – Macquarie University. This admissions pathway provides opportunities for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students to study undergraduate level courses at Macquarie University and determines readiness for study or providing advice on alternative opportunities. Eligibility To be …
Benefits The Indigenous Access Scheme is a pathway into undergraduate study for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. We want to recognise your achievements and help you succeed, so when you apply, we’ll look at a range of factors to help you find the course that’s right for you. As well as academic achievements, …
The Chris Lewis Scholarship has been developed by Curtin University to support an Indigenous Australian student who can demonstrate academic potential and commitment to the Indigenous community.
For students commencing a diploma or degree and can demonstrate financial and educational disadvantage.
These scholarships recognise the capacity in all students and seek to provide support to ensure students can participate in, and make the most of their higher education.
The Business and Law Indigenous Undergraduate Scholarship has been developed to assist Indigenous Australian students who are studying an undergraduate degree through the Faculty of Business and Law. Through this scholarship the faculty is seeking to support and develop students who are committed to gaining their first degree in one of the numerous disciplines offered …
The Scholarship is to encourage and support students undertaking the Bachelor of Computer Science program from an “under-represented” cohort – this means that the student will be a student facing financial disadvantage; and/or a female student; and/or Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person.
Achieve your career goals with the help of a TAFE Queensland Scholarship. Merit scholarships are awarded to students who have achieved outstanding academic merit or demonstrate strong work performance along with the demonstrable desire to secure ongoing employment in the industry in which they have applied for the scholarship. Access and equity scholarships provide equitable …
Benefits IAP is a five-day entry program that helps you prepare for study with Charles Sturt University. Successful completion of this program will provide you with guaranteed entry into a broad range of our bachelor’s degrees. During the course, you’ll be able to: undertake a range of assessments to determine your suitability for your …
Benefits Want a guaranteed offer to study your preferred uni course before your final exams? Our Charles Sturt Advantage early offer program is your chance to get into uni based on work you’ve already done and skills you already have. We’ll take a look at two things: your Year 11 results and your soft …
Benefits CDU’s free Tertiary Enabling Program (TEP) is an alternative pathway into university. With TEP, you’ll have the opportunity to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence you need to succeed at university. TEP is perfect for you if you didn’t complete year 12 or didn’t achieve the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) needed to …
Benefits We’re committed to supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students academically, culturally and personally. If you identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, you may be granted entry into an ACU undergraduate course based on your potential to succeed. Eligibility If you identify as an Indigenous Australian, your application may be …
Benefits The Gadigal Program assists you with admission to university by allowing you to tell us more about your interests, motivation and goals, rather than just considering your academic results. Benefits: Lower minimum ATAR requirements. Opportunity to apply for a Gadigal early conditional offer. Participation in an intensive skills program before commencing at the …
Benefits The Aboriginal Orientation Course is a 12 month course which prepares students for entry to Arts, Science, Biomedical Science and Commerce undergraduate degrees at the University of Western Australia. Eligibility Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students are eligible to apply for this pathway. Applications Apply direct online to UWA.
Benefits Each year, the University of Western Australia offers places to Indigenous students who may not meet the required ATAR and are seeking entry to undergraduate degree courses through the School of Indigenous Studies’ Provisional Entry Scheme. The Provisional Entry Scheme is competitive and applicants are ranked based on a their education and/or employment …
Benefits StepUp to Curtin grants an adjustment factor of additional ATAR points to help you qualify for admission into your preferred Curtin course. There are two StepUp to Curtin access schemes: StepUp Entry If your ATAR is between 60 and 69.95, StepUp Entry adjusts your selection rank to 70. This means you’ll be eligible …
Benefits Are you interested in pursuing a career in medicine or health sciences? The Indigenous Pre-Medicine and Health Sciences Enabling course will prepare you for entry into most health sciences courses. This course is designed to provide a pre-entry pathway for Indigenous students into undergraduate courses within the Faculty of Health Sciences including medicine, …
Benefits The short duration of this course is ideal if you want to fast track your study. It provides key academic skills to transition into undergraduate studies. When you complete the course, you will be equipped with the skills and confidence you need to study at tertiary level and you will be eligible for …
Benefits The Aboriginal University Readiness Assessment (AURA) is an improved and dedicated pathway for prospective Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students at Edith Cowan University (ECU). It includes a new self-assessment of skills, knowledge and lifestyle to enable informed decision-making about entering and thriving at university. Based on information provided, we can determine the …
Benefits K-Track is a course designed to enable Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students to qualify for entry into an undergraduate degree. The course is tailored specifically for students who would not otherwise qualify for entry. Through a series of units the course provides the skills necessary to succeed at university. Eligibility …
Benefits Waardong is a special entry and enabling program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who want to become veterinarians. The program provides academic, social and cultural support for students enrolled in Veterinary Science or other participating science courses. Eligibility This special entry program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples is …
Benefits Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre’s Ngoolark program provides tailored learning experiences to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in their transition into a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Business or Bachelor of Nursing. During the course you will learn discipline specific skills which can be applied within the core units of …
The ABCN Accelerate Scholarship program is a three-year program that targets exceptional students who are facing economic, family or social challenges that impact on their study or capacity to achieve their desired tertiary pathways.
This Scholarship was created to support and encourage Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait islander students, by providing financial support and resources to enable them to achieve their career aspirations.
Through the generous support of corporate sponsors, and from other funds made available to the University, Bond offers a number of scholarships to Indigenous Australians. These scholarships, valued up to 50% of tuition fees for any single undergraduate degree (excluding the Medical Program) or 100% tuition for any diploma program, are awarded to Aboriginal or …
The Queensland Family & Child Commission’s Young, Black & Proud Scholarship (YBPS) program celebrates the talents and strengths of our young mob in the arts, education and sport areas.
We are offering two scholarships to support aspiring Aboriginal secondary teachers to complete a postgraduate or undergraduate qualification on a full-time or part-time basis.
The Lowitja Institute is offering up to five (5) Scholarships to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to enrol in a Certificate IV level course in: Research administration Research management Project management Knowledge translation
The Rosemary Bishop Indigenous Education Scholarship is available to any Indigenous child from regional, rural and remote communities and towns throughout Australia who will be entering Year 7 in 2022. Scholarships are limited to two children per family.
The CHC Indigenous Pathway Scholarship aims to encourage representation of indigenous professionals in Australian architecture.
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).
In 2021, Bond University will award scholarships of up to 100% for Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander students commencing in the 2021 Medical Program.
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 Dorothea Swift Nursing scholarships are targeted at nursing students commencing their first semester of study in the ECU Bachelor of Science (Nursing) for 2021.
Awarded to a first year Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander student undertaking a 3-year Undergraduate degree.
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.
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 Endeavour College of Natural Health Academic Achiever Scholarship provides financial support to recent secondary school leavers and school gap year students from 17-19 years of age (in year of application) that identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.
The ISSP Commonwealth Assistance Scholarship is funded by the Commonwealth Government. It assists Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students relocating from regional or rural areas with demonstrated financial hardship to meet the costs associated with accessing higher education.
The specific goal of these scholarships is to encourage the development of leadership skills of emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders through professional preparation during their studies.
This scholarship has been established to: To develop and attract the advanced skills that will be needed in the future technology-led port environment. Support students financially while encouraging them to pursue a career in a STEM-related industry and in turn provide them with an opportunity to participate in professional development within the Port of Newcastle. …
In 2021, Bedford College will be offering five $5000 scholarships toward tuition. Our scholarships are designed to give students opportunities they might not otherwise have. We recognise that every student is different and all shine in their own way. We see significant academic achievement as an indicator of a potential scholarship candidate but also recognise …
The purpose of the Scholarship is to provide financial support to 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.
Professor Geoff Wilson was Deakin’s fourth Vice Chancellor and President from 1996 to 2002. This scholarship will provide assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students within Deakin’s Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment, with a preference towards those pursuing a degree in environmental sciences or ecology.
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.
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 JDSi Consulting Engineers Indigenous Scholarship has been developed by JDSi Consulting Engineers in conjunction with Curtin University to encourage and support Indigenous students studying Science and Engineering.
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.
Macquarie University and Iglu Chatswood are offering scholarships for domestic students to live at Iglu – Chatswood.
These Commonwealth-funded scholarships aim to support Indigenous students who are relocating from a remote or regional area to study with University of Newcastle.
The object of this program is to provide a scholarship, which can be used to assist Indigenous students to undertake a course in a wide range of health-related professions.
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.
The Valerie Cox Memorial Scholarships were established in memory of the late Valerie Cox who passed away in 2003 after a short illness. Miss Cox a retired nurse had a passion for learning and decided to leave a legacy to the University to create scholarships which would assist women and in particular Koori women studying …
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 purpose of this scholarship shall be to provide financial assistance to Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students enrolled at the University of New England who have demonstrated financial need.
The ATSI HECS Exempt Scholarship has been developed by the School of Occupational Therapy and Social Work to encourage and support students from Indigenous Australian backgrounds who have demonstrated academic achievement and are interested in pursuing a career in Occupational Therapy, Social Work or Speech Pathology.
The Kulbardi Success Scholarships are open to all Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students currently enrolled in an enabling, undergraduate or postgraduate course at Murdoch University.
The Lucy Beeton Scholarship aims to provide a financial incentive/support for Aboriginal people to undertake a teaching qualification at the University of Tasmania.
One scholarship will be awarded to a student from a background which has historically been underrepresented on screen and stage. First Nations and People of Colour, people with a disability, from remote and regional areas or experiencing barriers to access are especially encouraged to apply.
If you are an Indigenous student experiencing financial hardship and enrolling in a course through the Faculty of Health, consider applying for this scholarship.
A scholarship to support the academic success of undergraduate Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students.
The QIC Indigenous Tertiary Scholarship is to support Indigenous students studying an undergraduate degree at Griffith University.
The purpose of the Scholarship is to encourage and support Australian Indigenous students to undertake studies at the Schools of Business and Economics at The University of Queensland.
Dr Beryl Collier was an esteemed gynaecologist and obstetrician who had a deep interest in the values of education. She had a love and concern for the rights of others, especially the Aboriginal community.
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 2021.
The ISSP Indigenous Commonwealth Education Costs Scholarship is funded by the Commonwealth Government. It assists undergraduate Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students with demonstrated financial hardship to meet the costs associated with higher education.
Established in 2013, the ACU Law – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Equity Scholarship is intended to assist students from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds.
If you identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander and are studying or intend to study an undergraduate or postgraduate teacher qualification, our Pearl Duncan Teaching Scholarship might be right for you.
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.
Keen to support future technologists and innovators, Telstra is offering two scholarships to high-achieving commencing undergraduate students who are female or of Indigenous descent. The scholarship winners will be supported through a study pathway from undergraduate Bachelor degree to completion of their Engineering or IT masters.
Based in Melbourne, Ms Pretam Kaur has generously donated $40,000 to establish two scholarships for Aboriginal women studying for a higher education qualification at Victoria University, who are experiencing financial hardship.
This scholarship provides support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students with leadership potential and community involvement.
The purpose of the Scholarship is to support students of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, with a preference for Kimberley students, studying at the Broome, Fremantle or Sydney Campus of The University of Notre Dame Australia.
INPEX Ichthys Pty Ltd has donated funds to The University of Western Australia to provide a scholarship to encourage and assist high achieving Indigenous students to commence an undergraduate degree course at the University.
This scholarship aims to support a local Indigenous undergraduate at La Trobe University. It does so in recognition of the impacts of colonisation of Indigenous peoples in this country, and the Crooke family’s belief in the value of education.
A partnership initiative between the Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS) and QUT to financially support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to complete their Bachelor of Paramedic Science degree.
The academic merit scholarship is a combined strategy of the University to increase progression and completion rates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in the JCU Bachelor of Nursing Science and the Bachelor of Nursing Science ‐ Bachelor of Midwifery and the Townsville Hospital and Health Service to improve health service access and health …
This scholarship offers $4,000 to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who are finishing Year 12 to support their first year studying a Bachelor of Business.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Achievement Scholarships aim to encourage academically gifted Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who are either commencing or continuing their tertiary education at the University.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Hearing Health Cochlear Scholarship is generously funded by Cochlear Limited. It is open to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students commencing in the first year of the Bachelor of Speech and Hearing Sciences in 2021.
This scholarship is designed to help Indigenous women excel in business at university.
The aim of the Bursary is to assist an Indigenous student studying in the field of Medicine in the School of Medicine with additional cost associated with studying at University. The Bursary is aimed at applicants who can demonstrate financial disadvantage.
CQUniCares Central Queensland Indigenous Development (CQID) Scholarships provide recognition and financial support to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students studying an accounting, professional communication, psychology or social work undergraduate course who reside and study in Longreach, Emerald, Woorabinda, Rockhampton, Gladstone, Bundaberg or Hervey Bay.
These bursaries are awarded annually by the Riawunna Centre, which provides a culturally welcoming space for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to meet, study and access academic and pastoral support and assistance.
The late Lech Kula, a Polish migrant to Tasmania, provided this scholarship to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to study at the University of Tasmania.
The ECU Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Scholarships are intended to assist Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students with the costs associated with University study.
David Mack has donated funds to The University of Western Australia (‘the University’) to provide a scholarship to assist and encourage a meritorious Indigenous Australian student to commence a Bachelor of Commerce at the University.
This scholarship supports residents of rural areas or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students undergoing financial hardship.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarship was established through contributions from the university, industry donors, community organisations and the annual Reconciliation Scholarship Dinner Dance.
To support Indigenous students studying full time at Albury/Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Port Macquarie or Wagga Wagga campus.
In line with the delivery of the Peninsula Developmental Road projects, the Department of Transport and Main Roads is offering 6 scholarships in 2021 for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people, with a traditional or historical connection to country around the Peninsula Developmental Road, Cape York Peninsula.
This scholarship is funded by the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet’s Indigenous Student Success Program to support an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student to undertake an undergraduate degree in any discipline within the College of Health and Medicine.
The ECU Equity Scholarships are intended to assist future and current undergraduate students from designated equity groups, with the costs associated with University study.
The aim of this scholarship scheme is to encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to undertake undergraduate or graduate entry studies in pharmacy at an Australian university.
The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial support to a deserving Indigenous undergraduate student who is commencing in the Bachelor of Nursing at Griffith University.
The Moordtij Yorga Scholarship supports female Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students that demonstrate strong leadership potential.
PromoPal dedicates part of its revenue to assist Indigenous people in achieving their pursuits in the fields of athletics, academics and art.