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.
QCoal Foundation is committed to building resilient regional and remote Queensland communities. The Foundation focuses on supporting community-led initiatives in the areas of liveability, health and education. This scholarship will support an undergraduate student through three years of study.
The Macquarie University Campus Accommodation Costs Scholarship is an undergraduate equity/access scholarship awarded to students in financial need who have relocated to study at Macquarie University from a regional or remote area.
To support education opportunities for women from regional areas enrolled to study in medical science or other health science areas.
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 Alter Family Foundation has provided a philanthropic donation to support educationally disadvantaged students study Medicine.
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.
For students studying Nursing at the Canberra campus, who are from a regional, rural or remote area.
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.
For women in STEMM who can demonstrate disadvantage.
The Faculty of Engineering Rural Scholarships Program aims to assist high achieving students from rural or isolated areas commencing studies in the Faculty of Engineering at UNSW.
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 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 We understand your ATAR may not always reflect your ability to do well at university or your interest or skills in a particular area. E12 is your chance to show us what makes you unique and what value you will bring to the University of Sydney. Your community involvement and activities you do …
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 …
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.
The Rural and Regional Enterprise Scholarships Program (RRESP) supports access to tertiary education for people from regional and remote areas of Australia studying any discipline, from Certificate IV to PhD level with an eligible higher education provider or vocational education and training institution. Scholarship recipients can choose any mode of study – face-to-face or online/by …
The UCAT ANZ Scholarship has been developed by Curtin University to encourage and support Western Australian students who are travelling from a rural or remote area to complete the UCAT ANZ in 2021.
The Creative Arts Scholarships help eligible students in regional and remote areas of Australia access a Bachelor level degree in creative arts. The scholarships also give students, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, more opportunities towards a career in Australia’s vibrant creative arts industry.
This scholarship program will acknowledge and reward the efforts of students in Year 12 or who will be leaving after Year 11.
This scholarship aims to support recent school leavers from rural and remote areas commencing study in engineering.
The Scholarship supports undergraduate students commencing a program of study in the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences or Faculty of Sciences at the University of Adelaide.
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 Dorothea Swift Nursing scholarships are targeted at nursing students commencing their first semester of study in the ECU Bachelor of Science (Nursing) for 2021.
Malcolm Styles is a Swinburne engineering graduate who has forged a successful career in local government engineering. 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.
UOW Equity Scholarships are available for students who are experiencing financial disadvantage and other educational disadvantages, because we believe that everyone should have the opportunity to succeed in higher education.
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.
This scholarship is aimed at encouraging a student from Northern NSW to consider and pursue a career in the beef industry.
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 …
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.
Destination Australia Scholarships are funded by the Commonwealth Government, and are designed to attract and support students who choose to live and study in regional communities.
Macquarie University and Iglu Chatswood are offering scholarships for domestic students to live at Iglu – Chatswood.
Awarded to first year financially disadvantaged students who are residing in any campus accommodation at Bruce campus.
These Commonwealth-funded scholarships aim to support Indigenous students who are relocating from a remote or regional area to study with University of Newcastle.
In Semester 1 2021, USQ will award a number of Residential College Scholarships to support students residing at USQ Residential Colleges in Toowoomba either commencing or continuing an undergraduate program.
The Mario Bortolanza Regional Scholarship is to support a student from regional, rural and remote Queensland, commencing an undergraduate music degree at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University (QCGU).
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 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 Iglu Regional Scholarship enables eligible students from regional Australia to live at any Iglu property in Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne while they are undertaking an undergraduate degree at an Iglu partner university.
The Art in Bark Bursary is to support a student beginning their Fine Art studies at QCA with high aptitude for art (assessed through a folio of work), who is aspiring to make a career in Fine Arts, and who is coming to study at QCA from a regional or remote area of Queensland.
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 Charles Sturt University Foundation, through generous donations provided by individuals, companies and organisations, are offering six scholarships to students from farming families or rural communities whose ability to attend or complete university is being impacted by ongoing drought conditions.
The Inland Rail Scholarships Program, established by the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC), aims to provide education opportunities for regional students considering studying at Charles Sturt University.
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.
Dr Ted Maslen, BSc, DPhil, FAA and former Head of the Department of Physics at The University of Western Australia donated funds to the University to provide a scholarship to encourage and assist a student from a regional and remote area of Western Australia to commence a Bachelor of Science at the 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.
These relocation bursaries are provided by the College of Health and Medicine to assist students commencing first year Medicine in 2021 who are from rural and remote areas of Tasmania with some of the costs of relocating to Hobart.
This scholarship has been established in memory of Mr Lloyd Harris CBE (BSc 1942) by his wife Maggie Harris. Lloyd Harris, a respected businessman from Burnie, was instrumental in the establishment of the University of Tasmania’s Cradle Coast campus. Lloyd was a leader of the community and even after retirement enriched the lives of others …
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.
This scholarship is available to a student with a rural / regional postcode, who enrols full-time in any undergraduate degree within the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology at the Melbourne or Bendigo campus of La Trobe University.
If you live in the City of Warrnambool or the South West region of Victoria and want to study at Deakin’s Warrnambool campus, the Archie and Hilda Graham Foundation Award could provide the help you need.
The L & R Foundation, established by Leanne Muller and Robert Hubbard, seeks to support tertiary education for regional students who demonstrate academic potential but face financial and other barriers to completing a degree.
The Tim Fairfax Regional Scholarships were established in 2008 by Mr Tim Fairfax to support students who must move away from their home residence in a regional or remote area to undertake their university studies.
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.
This Scholarship Program aims to support 2021 commencing students who demonstrate strong academic merit, community involvement, and leadership potential to undertake an undergraduate degree at the University of Wollongong (UOW).
The Macquarie University Dunmore Lang College Regional and Rural scholarship was created in recognition of the initial and ongoing costs of relocating from regional and rural Australia to study at Macquarie University.
If you have decided to become a teacher, our Aspiring Teacher Grants will help you to get started.
A scholarship has been endowed by the late Mrs Nancy Frederiksen, a long-time resident of Burnie, in memory of her late husband Harry. The award aims to provide opportunities to students with academic potential from the North-West and West coast of Tasmania to study at the University of Tasmania.
The objective of the grant opportunity is to attract and support international and domestic 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 …
This scholarship is sponsored by Deloraine Apex Club, a part of Apex Australia, which is a vibrant and energetic volunteer service organisation focused on harnessing the ideas, ideals and intelligence of younger Australians aged 18 to 45.
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 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.
These scholarships will assist students from rural and isolated areas to fund their relocation costs associated with moving to the city in order to pursue full-time undergraduate study.
Interested in studying at a forward-looking institution, on a regional campus which offers state of the art facilities and a friendly, close-knit community? The Australian Government and Deakin University have joined together to offer the Destination Australia Scholarships.
The objective of the George Alexander Foundation Scholarships is to assist with costs associated with accommodation fees for students who can demonstrate academic merit and the capacity to achieve their full potential while studying at Griffith University.
A scholarship to provide recognition and financial assistance to five remote or regional students who aspire to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to operate effectively as journalists in the contemporary news media industry.
Cement Australia wishes to support students from the north-west of Tasmania studying at the University of Tasmania in any area relevant to the industry.
The Harry Perkins Memorial Scholarship has been developed by Curtin University to support students who are required to relocate from a regional or remote area to commence an undergraduate degree at Curtin University, who are from a low socio-economic background and are experiencing financial hardship.
The George Alexander Foundation’s main point of focus is supporting access to education for promising young people, particularly those from rural and remote areas. Their aim is to help overcome barriers and make it possible for talented students to achieve their potential and go on to contribute to the Australian community.
The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage and assist a student who is from a regional or remote area of Australia, and who will be the first in their family to attend university, to pursue a bachelor’s degree at the University.
Australian Rail Track Corporation Ltd (ARTC) – Inland Rail (IR) values regional sustainability through investing in regional communities, people and formal qualifications. This will help build a future workforce and support regional sustainability and skills development. ARTC IR are offering two scholarships.
If you’re studying in the first year of your undergraduate degree in one of the following disciplines: engineering, commerce, finance, information technology, public relations, journalism or human resource management, we encourage you to apply for this scholarship.
A scholarship for students studying medicine who have a commitment to health in the Wellington and Gippsland Shire.
The Cec Spence Memorial UNE Country Scholarship recognises the generosity and commitment that Cec Spence demonstrated during this lifetime in supporting students attending UNE.
The Macquarie Accommodation Scholarship is designed to support regional or rural recipients whose opportunities to study at university may have been hampered by situations out of their control.
The William McIlrath Rural Scholarship is established to encourage and assist rural and regional students to undertake a full-time undergraduate degree at the University of New England.
If you are commencing study in an undergraduate bachelor degree and you have to relocate from a rural or regional home location, you are invited to apply for the Deakin University Community Bank Relocation scholarship.
The main focus of The George Alexander Foundation is access to education for promising young students from rural and remote areas of Australia.
The purpose of the Scholarship is to assist and encourage students from regional Western Australia to commence or continue their undergraduate degree at The University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle Campus.
Dr Jane Davis and Mr Matt Davis have donated funds to The University of Western Australia (‘the University’) to provide a scholarship, in memory of Frank Mansfield, to encourage and assist a high-achieving year 12 from a regional or remote area of Western Australia, who is experiencing financial hardship, to commence undergraduate studies at the …
This scholarship supports residents of rural areas or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students undergoing financial hardship.
The ECU Equity Scholarships are intended to assist future and current undergraduate students from designated equity groups, with the costs associated with University study.
To assist and encourage eligible students from regional and remote areas of Western Australia to commence and undertake an undergraduate degree course at the University. Awardees will be guaranteed a place at University Hall.
This scholarship was established via a personal gift from the late Jean Pearce to support commencing students from a financially disadvantaged and rural or isolated background in South Australia including Whyalla and Mt Gambier.
A scholarship for students who are studying medicine and have a low income or are from a regional or remote area of Australia.
This scholarship will provide recognition and financial assistance to a deserving first or second year Engineering student in the Mackay region majoring in either electrical, mechanical or mechatronics.
This scholarship will provide recognition and financial assistance to a full-time first year Bachelor of Agriculture student. The selected Scholars will have the opportunity to work at Costa Group during their studies (paid work experience/vacation employment).
For commencing Bachelor of Engineering students who can demonstrate financial and/or educational disadvantage.
This bursary promotes the very best traditions of nursing’s ethos of care for others, as embodied by Felicity Purcell. Specifically, it provides financial assistance to a nursing student who, like Felicity, comes from a rural or remote background.
Judith was a strong supporter of Pharmacy at UTAS and the student placement program and regularly hosted third and fourth year students for their rural placements in her Ulverstone pharmacy. To recognise her commitment to rural pharmacists in our health system the then Premier of Tasmania, Mr David Bartlett, announced in August 2010 that the …
Established by public appeal in 2006, in honour of Archbishop Francis Carroll’s contribution to the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn, on the occasion of his retirement as Archbishop.
Dr Hilary and the late Dr Alan Wallace are retired medical practitioners who have had a close association with Jane Franklin Hall. The only independently managed residential College of the University of Tasmania, Jane provides the complete accommodation package. Fully-catered and with a strong academic program, Jane offers a secure, comfortable environment for students who …
This scholarship supports north-west students to reside at Jane Franklin Hall, one of the University of Tasmania’s residential colleges.
To assist and encourage students who are experiencing financial hardship and educational disadvantage to undertake an undergraduate degree course at the University.
For students who can demonstrate financial and/or educational disadvantage.
The William McIlrath Rural Scholarship was established to encourage and assist rural students from NSW to undertake a full-time undergraduate program in the following UNSW Faculties: Science, Engineering, Law, Medicine, Built Environment and the UNSW Business School.
This scholarship supports commencing students experiencing financial hardship or other disadvantages.
Mary Dillon has bequeathed funds to The University of Western Australia to provide an accommodation scholarship to assist and encourage eligible students from regional and remote areas of Western Australia to commence and undertake an undergraduate degree course at the University.