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External scholarships

USQ students are often eligible to apply for scholarships offered by other organisations and Australian Government departments. If you have any questions, please contact the organisation offering the scholarship directly.

Organisation  Details Closing Date
 The Smith Family

The Smith Family's Care2Achieve Scholarship for Young Women Leaving Care:


Care2Achieve provides candidates with a payment to help cover costs associated with their education for up to four years of tertiary study.

50 scholarships are on offer for 50 young women who have exited Queensland State Care.

Eligibility criteria

To be eligible for the Care2Acheive Scholarship you must be aged 17-21 and meet one of the following criteria:
•         be a young woman who is finishing Year 12 and transitioning from Queensland State Care;
•         or a young woman who has already transitioned from Queensland State Care and who is aged up to 21 years.  This may include those currently studying and seeking support.

You must also:
•         be planning to study or have already enrolled in a Certificate 3 or above (Certificate 4, Diploma, Bachelor etc) at University, TAFE, or an accredited Institute.
•         inform The Smith Family if they are likely to receive an additional, significant financial scholarship.

How to apply

Visit The Smith Family website to download the application form and apply online . 


Royal Agricultural Society of NSW

JB Fairfax Award for Rural Journalism.

The JB Fairfax Award for Rural Journalism is a national award that aims to encourage university students to pursue a career in rural or regional journalism upon graduation. The Award was established through a private donation from Mr John B Fairfax AO. 


The Award includes a scholarship of $10,000 and practical work experience as an intern Fairfax Media and the Sydney Royal Easter Show. The winning article is published in a major rural publication. 


  1. Be enrolled to study in any undergraduate or postgraduate degree of relevance to rural affairs at an approved Australia education provider. 
  2. Submit a Feature articles on one of the topics listed below.
  3. Submit a strong news articles, blog post, video or audio report of up to 600 words on a topic of your choice relating to Australian agriculture. Minimum of 3 sources included.
  4. Demonstrate an active interest in rural affairs and in pursing a career in rural journalism upon graduation.
  5. Be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.
  6. Be aged 30 years or under. 
  • Topic 1: How can Australian agriculture benefit Brexit?
  • Topic 2: How could better digital connectivity in country areas invigorate rural economies?
  • Topic 3: How can fresh ideas from young producers lead to on farm gains? 

The feature article must be up to 1,200 words, be written to publication standard and included a minimum of four information sources. 

How to apply

Apply online via the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW website

Digital Marketing Scholarship

Marketing Results was founded in 2003 by Will Swayne, and has since grown into a digital agency with specialist expertise in lead generation for marketers of complex services and major products including financial services, property services, business services, education and training, information products and high-ticket products. (Quoted from the Marketing Results website)




  • You must be between 15 to 24 years of age, and be able to provide proof in the form of appropriate photo identification or birth certificate, at the discretion of Marketing Results.
  • You cannot be a friend or relative of any Marketing Results staff.

How to Enter

Write a 700-800 word essay that responds to the question, "How will the Internet and digital media influence the way we shop in 2025?"

  • Complete the entry form on the website
  • Entries must be received by 5pm on 31st October, 2016   

For further information please go to the website.

2016 Optimising Scholarship for Distance Education

Online education is a wonderful thing, but as much as we love technology, we know that some lessons are best learned face-to-face.

For students living in rural and remote areas, studying a tertiary course off-campus can be a significant burden. Some activities can't be completed remotely, such as exams. Distance is also a barrier to further learning opportunities such as work experience and professional placement programs. This is increasingly important in the Marketing and Communications field, which has a competitive graduate market.

To help fix this imbalance between on-campus and off-campus learning, we have established a scholarship exclusively for students studying online in regional and remote areas. This scholarship is open to students studying a Marketing, Communications or IT-related tertiary course. For the winner, $2,000 will be awarded to cover travel and accommodation to your campus or nearest capital city over the course of one-year.

For details on how to apply, please visit the website.


Charlie Bell Scholarship - Let us help you unleash your business talents. 

In recognition of the contribution made by the former McDonald's Corporation CEO, Charlies Bell, a scholarship for future leaders has been created in his name. 

The Charlie Bell Scholarship for Future Leaders will reward successful candidates with a contribution of up to $15,000 towards tuition fees for their chosen undergraduate or post graduate study. 

All short-listed applicants will be presented with an opportunity to participate in a leadership program, facilitated by DDI Asia Pacific, focused on the fundamentals of leaderships, how to better motivate people and provide feedback and the personal attributes that can enable or derail leaders. 


$15,000 towards tuition fees for your chosen undergraduate or post graduate study. 


  • Gain acceptance to or be enrolled in, an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at an Australian University;
  • Be available to commence university of continue university, as the case may be, in semester 1, 2017
  • Be an Australian citizen or permanent resident;
  • If an applicant is aged under 18 years, parental consent is required to validate the Scholarship application. 

How to apply

Entries for the 2017 Scholarship close Monday 31 October 2016. 

Application documents are to be submitted via email to in pdf format. The Application Form is a fillable pdf form, please complete and save before sending. 

For further information regarding the scholarship visit the website


CRDC's Summer and Honours Scholarships

Applications are now open for CRDC's Summer and Honours Scholarships program. Open to all university students completing their senior years of an undergraduate degree, or enrolled in an honours program, the scholarship provides students with an opportunity to work on a real project in a working environment as part of their professional development. Under the scholarship, university students can conduct short research, extension or industry projects under the direct supervision of a researcher or extension officer.

All CRDC research partners, researchers or extension officers may apply. Proposals will be assessed on their alignment with CRDC's research priorities and objectives. For more information, or to apply, click here.

Applications close 5pm, Friday 4 November.

COLORBOND(R) Steel Student Bursaries

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of COLORBOND® steel we will be giving five lucky people $10,000 towards their eligible education expenses. For your chance to be one of the bursary winners, just tell us in 300 words or less "Why did you choose to study your chosen course and how will winning the prize make a difference to you?"

To enter visit the COLORBOND(R) Steel website.

 Digital Exits

Digital Exits is a leader in the online business brokerage space. Digital Exits is the most effective marketplace for buying and selling high growth online businesses. Digital Exits Scholarships Goal is to provide financial aid for Business or Marketing students who wish to pursue a career in investment banking. 


$1,250 USD


Students who apply must be enrolled in part time or full time studies. The financial aid is open to students studying courses in business, marketing and real estate.

International students from Australia and the UK are able to apply for the scholarship. 

How to apply

If you wish to apply for the scholarship please send your resume to -

All resumes must include at least two current references. Also include a cover letter which explains why you are a good fit for the scholarship.

For further information visit the Digital Exits website


Jemena Regional Universities Network Scholarship

Jemena owns and operates a diverse portfolio of energy and water transportation assets across the east coast of Australia. With more than $9 billion worth of major utility infrastructure, we supply millions of households and businesses with these essential services every day.

As a gas, electricity and water provider, Jemena aims to promote and encourage undergraduate study in engineering and construction project management. This scholarship will support an undergraduate student who is currently undertaking a course in one of these fields and is attending a Regional University Network (RUN) university to the value of $5000 including an opportunity to undertake a work placement at a Jemena site.

Eligibility criteria

To be eligible for the scholarship, you need to be:

  • A final year student enrolled full-time in a Bachelor of Engineering or Construction Project Management in Semester 1, 2017
  • Studying a full-time course load in 2017
  • An Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Not be the recipient of another scholarship

Attending a RUN university including:

  • CQUniversity
  • Federation University
  • University of Southern Queensland
  • Southern Cross University
  • University of New England
  • University of the Sunshine Coast

How to apply

Complete the application form and and prepare the following additional supporting documentation:

  • Certified copies of your academic record and transcript
  • References supporting your community involvement (written references, certificates of achievement)
  • Personal written submission (500 words) to support your application

For Guidelines and Application Form - click here.

Ento: Rostering For a Happier Workplace Scholarship

Ento is offering a scholarship of $1,000 AUD towards a student’s tuition expenses, as well as an opportunity to engage in valuable, one-on-one learning sessions with key Ento staff. With these sessions, you’ll gain unparalleled insight into the best ways to build and support happy, productive workplaces.

Founded in Australia in 2009, Ento is a web-based workforce management tool, the heart of which is a lightweight rostering and attendance engine. Since its inception, Ento has quickly become the chosen workforce management solution for over 3,000 Australian workplaces across a number of industries – including retail, hospitality, security, health and more.

We’re committed to educating and inspiring the next generation of business and thought leaders.

What is included?

Ento will provide $1,000 AUD towards tuition fees for a student in the following fields of study:

  • Human Resources
  • Business
  • Marketing
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Management

The successful applicant will also gain 5 hours of mentorship (in person or via Skype) from Ento management. This time can be used to learn about digital business, startups and entrepreneurship, the role of rostering in a workplace, human resources and/or workplace culture.

Who is eligible?

Those wanting to apply for the Ento: Rostering For a Happier Workplace Scholarship must fulfil the following criteria:

  • Studying HR, Business, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Management or other related field
  • Studying at an approved Australian tertiary institution
  • Applicants must be able to provide evidence of the above
  • Applicants must display an interest in human resources, and the technology that is disrupting that space

How do I apply?

Please send an email to, making sure to include the following:

  • A current resume/CV, detailing your relevant work and educational experience
  • The details of the course and tertiary institution in which you are currently enrolled; and
  • 200 words on how the human resources industry can benefit from technology.

Applications open at 9am on June 13th, 2016, and will close at 5pm on November 30th, 2016.

The winner will be notified via email on or before February 1st, 2017.

For more information, please contact

Larsen Jewellery Design Scholarship Program

Larsen Jewellery recognises the need to support and educate young Australians wishing to begin a career in design or visual arts, or who wish to further their studies in a design or visual arts related course.

What is included?

Larsen Jewellery is offering our second scholarship of $1000, to go towards the University or Tafe tuition fees of one individual, for any design or visual arts course based in Australia.

Who is eligible?

The applicant must meet the following eligibility criteria to be considered for the scholarship:

  • Australian citizens or Australian permanent residents
  • Applicant must display an interest and passion for design or visual arts

For details on how to apply, visit the website.


Essay Competition: "The Impact of IT-innovations on Educational Process".

Essays shall be submitted from 1/9/2016 till 1/12/2016. All written works will be available for open voting on the website until the 1/12/2016. 




High school students, university students, as well as PhD students (16-35 years old) from around the world. 

How to apply 

The Essay should be written in English and stay within 500 word count. The content of the essay should be logically related to the following themes: "online education", "education in the future", and "online tutoring".

In the application form, the participant has to specify his/her: name, name of educational institution, country, city, and phone number. 

Visit the website to apply.  

 Rapid Finance

Helping to develop tomorrow's finance professional. At Rapid Finance, they want to help future finance professionals to achieve academic success. With this in mind, every year, Rapid Finance offer a $2,000 scholarship to commerce and business students. The scholarship, awarded for initiative and forward-thinking, helps students to afford the essentials they need to excel.


$2000 which can be used to help cover course costs. Additionally, this money can be used to purchase relevant textbooks, research material and technical equipment. 


How to apply

Entries should be 500 words in length and need to be received by December 30, 2016. Entrants must satisfy the requirements outlined above. Entries must be submitted as either a Word document or PDF. 

Brief question: How has the role of automotive financiers changed in Australia? Based on these trends, what recommendations would you make for the future? 

How you answer the question is up to you! We do favour inventive or outside-the-box thinking, but you'll be in the running so long as you present a compelling well-research argument. 

Remember to check our the criteria for the application and further information on Rapid Finance website

 Turn Finance

Turn Finance is offering a scholarship program for the first time in 2016. Turn Finance is one of Australia's fastest growing car loan brokers, offering the most competitive rates and outstanding customer service to individuals and businesses across Australia.


  • $1000 towards further education expenses or business initiatives
  • Framed scholarship certificate and signed from the directors of Turn Finance team


The Applicant must be an Australian citizen and currently enrolled in business or finance related studies in universities, tafes & other educational institutions Australia wide. 

How to enter

Send all scholarship applications/cover letters to: 

In your application, you must tell us in 100 words or less: 

"A new, out of the box marketing tactic, which we can use to market our services to business owners and professionals" 

You must include: 

  • Your full name
  • Email address
  • Phone number
  • Your education institution
  • Your course/degree
  • What you career goals/aspirations are post study 

All applicants will be judged by providing the most original and actionable idea. To be considered, you must provide in your application, all the details outlined above. 

For more information visit the Turn Finance website.  




The Aussie-Driver Annual Scholarship

Aussie-Driver is proud to announce a new $2,500 scholarship prize for all undergraduate, vocational, and technical school students in Australia.

This scholarship is being offered to reward students for using their creativity to encourage safe driving behaviours.




To enter, you must be a current undergraduate, vocational, or technical school student in Australia at the time of the competition. Students from all courses, institutions and learning streams may enter the scholarship. You must be an Australian resident and over the age of 18.

How to apply

To be eligible for the scholarship, candidates will create a 2-minute video and post it online (YouTube or Vimeo are preferred), and send the link to Your video will not be used for any purposes other than selecting the winner and should answer the following question:

“How can you as a new driver help to reduce road fatalities among your peers?”

Competition ends on 31/12/2016. A panel of car experts from Aussie-Driver will judge submitted videos. The winner will be announced on 1/02/2017.



Queensland Country Women's Association (QCWA)

Darling Downs Division Dance Bursary
The QCWA offers a number of bursaries to assist secondary and tertiary students to continue their studies. 




You must be a public student whose home address is in the area covered by the Darling Downs Division. Applications are invited from public students enrolled as a dance student at tertiary level. Open to students of any gender. 

How to apply

  1. Written proof of achievement
  2. Demonstrate the need for financial support
  3. Three character references
  4. Details of course being undertaken
  5. Short (500 words) resume of applicant's achievements and future aspirations. 

The QWCA reserves the right to limit the period over which a bursary is granted to any one student. 

For applications, please see the QCWA website

 Cotton Australia Scholarship

Final Year Undergraduate Project Scholarship

Cotton Australia is offering ten $1,500 scholarships to undergraduate students who undertake a final year project in 2017 relating to the cotton industry.

As part of our commitment to the cotton industry, Cotton Australia seeks to ensure that it has access to a well-trained and motivated workforce. It also seeks to support those who both use and value cotton as a product and those who encourage the next generation of consumers and industry participants.

Cotton Australia is proud to support scholarships to students undertaking a final year project relating to the cotton industry.

This scholarship has been enabled by the Cotton Catchments Communities Co-operative Research Centre’s Legacy Fund.

To view the full eligibility criteria and for more information - click here

Your application must be submitted online - click here.

Applications must be received by 5pm, 10 March, 2017.

 Sugar Research Institute

The Sugar Research Institute Scholarship (SRIS) is available to current students in their penultimate year studying an engineering (chemical, mechanical, process and electrical), science or technical degree. The SRIS aims to encourage the participation of high calibre students in the Australian sugar processing industry.

SRI is a global leader in science and innovation for sugar milling and refining technology. SRI develops innovative products, technical expertise and commercial research services for raw and refined sugar manufacturers worldwide. In addition to financial and work placement support, the program helps recipients to make the most of their university experience through extra development opportunities by building their leadership skills and professional networks.


Payment of $7,500 + paid work placement + living away from home allowance of $250 per week. Travel and accommodation expenses are not covered.


Available to domestic undergraduate students in their penultimate year of Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Science. Selection is based on demonstrated interest in the sugar processing industry as well as evidence of academic ability.

To retain this award, recipients are required to continue to be enrolled as a full-time student in the eligible course and successfully complete all work placement requirements and submit work placement reports.


Sugar Research Institute will be funding four scholarship recipients in 2017 to be hosted by Australian sugar mills and refineries for three work placements of four weeks each over one and half years (two placements during the crushing season and one placement during maintenance). Note: Travel will be required to Australian sugar mills located in regional/rural areas of Queensland and northern New South Wales.


For more information and application details visit the SRI Scholarship page.

Bayside Psychotherapy scholarship - annual clinical experience learning program

Bayside Psychotherapyhas been approached by a number of students requesting placement opportunities and the chance to work directly with patients. Our high standards of patient care, and desire to support the development of student health practitioners has prompted the creation of a mini scholarship.

This includes a $500 contribution towards a student’s education, plus up to a half-day mentorship and experience in the operation, management and provision of services in a clinical environment (with no client contact owing to confidentiality) $500 value*.

This scholarship would suit students who aim to operate their own clinic in the future.


1. You must be currently enrolled in an approved University or TAFE institution situated in Australia.
2. Please send in a current CV that includes your full name, email address and phone number. We also require a confirmation of enrolment letter from your university or TAFE institution.
3. Any work experience obtained previously in the health sector.
4. You need to include in your application a summary of why you have embarked on a career in the healthy industry, and why you might like to work in or operate a private practice. Also include particulars of what you would like to learn from this opportunity and how you will share this information with other students and colleagues.
5. This scholarship is a learning opportunity especially suited to students of psychology, counselling and social work. However we will also consider applications from candidates studying medicine, allied health (physiotherapy, podiatry, speech therapy, occupational therapy), chiropractics and osteopathy.
6. The awarded student consents to having their full name, a recent photo and name of the University they are enrolled in at the time of the award, being published on this page so that people may verify, in subsequent years, the validity of this scholarship.
7. Of course, it will not be possible to show the successful applicant patient records or similar.
8. Applicants known to therapists or owners of Bayside Psychotherapy will not be eligible to apply, for instance patients or anyone with any kind of relationship with us.
9. New applicants only. However if you have applied previously but recently changed courses (not simply changed where you study), for example if you applied during a Bachelor of Health Schience last year and are now doing a Masters of Counselling, you can apply again.

How to apply 

To apply please send your application to before 28th July 2017.
One recipient will be selected per year, notified and published on this page by August 15th 2017.

Congratulations to Jacquiline Rogers, USQ Bachelor Human Services (Counselling) student, for being awarded our 2016 mini scholarship for 2016!

28/7/2017 are passionate about nurses and their careers.

That's why they have decided to launch the scholarship for current nursing students across the country. Through this offering, they hope to inspire the next generation of nurses to explore further study in the healthcare industry. 


$1,000 AUD towards a nurse students HELP debt or tuition fees. 


  • Must be enrolled, or have proof or acceptance, into a diploma, undergraduate or postgraduate degree at any Australian educational institute. 
  • Your response to the following question, 'tell us how you think you can change the world as a nurse?', must not exceed 100 words. 
  • Entries must be received by 01/06/2017 

How to apply 

In 100 words or less, tell us how you think you can change the world as a nurse? 

Applicants should email their response to with the following details:

  • Current education institute and course
  • Full name
  • Phone number
  • Address
  • Email address 

For more information visit the website


BabyMonitorLab Scholarships Program. 
BabyMonitorLab is a parenting blog, specialising in parenting/baby articles including tips and tricks, informational and review articles.

The Scholarship

In order to participate in the BabyMonitorLab Scholarship Program, you will have to research and write a piece of content about "The Impact of Technology on our Health".

The content must be between 500 - 1000 words and you can include different ideas such as the Advantages and Disadvantages of Technology in Health or other similar topics. 

The piece of content you write must be creative and unique. Keep in mind that the winning essay will be published on the website, so everyone can read it. 


The person who submits the best essay will be awarded with $500 that he/she can use either in course materials or other resources. 


This scholarship program is only for current students who are in high school, college or university. 

How to apply

First, write a 500- 1000 words long essay on the topic of "The Impact of Technology on our Health"/ 

Include your written essay and all the details below in a word .doc file: 

  • Your details (First name, Last Name, Phone and Address)
  • School/University name
  • Area of study
  • Any school ID or Document (proof that you are a student of the mentioned school) 

After you have done all these steps, email the Word Doc. file as an attachment to with the subject "Scholarships Submission". 

For further information visit the website.

The Aspiration Initiative - Indigenous Scholarships

Welcome to The Aspiration Initiative - Indigenous Scholarships website. This is where you'll find information about undergraduate scholarships available in Australia, designed for Indigenous students.

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The Roberta Sykes Harvard Club Scholarship (Indigenous Postgraduate Students)

The Harvard Club of Australia Group is the organisation for Harvard alumni. Formed in 1961, the club’s aim is to promote fellowship amongst alumni and to assist Australians wishing to study at Harvard. For more information on the club and its programs, please visit
The Roberta Sykes Harvard Club Scholarship provides funding to Indigenous postgraduate students who wish to undertake study at Harvard University.

The value of the scholarship is up to $60,000 per annum to be paid over the course of the Scholar’s study. The Scholarship covers university and college fees, travel costs and living expenses. Only one Scholarship will be available at any point in time. Consequently, each Scholarship will be offered in the year following the expiry of the previous recipient’s tenure.

For more information on how to apply please visit the Roberta Sykes Harvard Club Scholarship website.

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Australian Government Department of Human Services Relocation Scholarship

The Relocation Scholarship is an annual payment to help certain students in higher education who are required to live away from their family home while studying.


You may be eligible for this payment if you are:

  • studying full time in an approved scholarship course, and 
  • receiving at least $1 of Youth Allowance (student) basic benefit or $1 of ABSTUDY Living Allowance in the fortnight in which the scholarship is payable, and
  • a dependent person who has to live away from home to study or
  • meet specific scholarship independence criteria, and
  • starting full time study within 35 days of qualifying for the scholarship, or
  • undertaking full time study for at least 35 days after qualifying for the scholarship

For more information please go to Relocation Scholarship, contact Centrelink by phone on 13 24 90 or visit the Centrelink website.

No closing date

Australian Government Department of Human Services Student Start-up Loan (replaces Student Start-Up Scholarship)

From 1 January 2016, the Student Start-up Loan will replace the Student Start-up Scholarship for new recipients of Youth Allowance as a student, Austudy and ABSTUDY Living Allowance who are in higher education.

You will continue to receive the Student Start-up Scholarship if you received it or a Commonwealth Education Costs Scholarship before 1 January 2016 and have not had a break in payment. You may continue to be paid until you come off your student payment.

If you are in this group, you cannot receive a Student Start-up Loan as well as your scholarship.

For more information please go to the Student Start-up Scholarship or the Student Start-up Loan, or contact Centrelink by phone on 13 24 90 or visit the Centrelink website.
No closing date
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Australia Award Scholarships

Australia Awards Scholarships are long term development awards administered by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

They aim to contribute to the long term development needs of Australia's partner countries in line with bilateral and regional agreements.

They provide opportunities for people from developing countries, particularly those countries located in the Indo-Pacific region, to undertake full time undergraduate or postgraduate study at participating Australian universities and Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutions.

The study and research opportunities provided by Australia Awards Scholarships develop skills and knowledge of individuals to drive change and contribute to the development outcomes of their own country.

Eligibility requirements and application processes vary throughout the Australia Awards programs. Please follow the links on the Australia Award Scholarships website for detailed information about the eligibility criteria and selection process for each program. Applicants must meet the eligibility criteria of the specific scholarship to which they are applying, including English language requirements.

Various closing dates
Australian Rotary Health Scholarships  Australian Rotary Health is one of the largest independent funders of mental health research within Australia.

We also provide funding into a broad range of general health areas, provide scholarships for rural medical and nursing students, as well as Indigenous health students. Australian Rotary Health provides funding into areas of health that do not readily attract funding, and promotes findings to the community.

Australian Rotary Health is supported by a number of Rotary Clubs in Australia. We have a broad vision to improve the health and wellbeing of all Australians.

Find out more about our scholarships, research and activities.
Various closing dates
Rotary Foundation Global Grant Scholarship

The Rotary Foundation offers scholarship funding through the Rotary Foundation Global Grant scholarships. The scholarship funds graduate-level coursework or research for one to four academic years.

Rotary Foundation Global Grants can be used to fund scholarships with sustainable, high-impact outcomes in one of Rotary’s six areas of focus:  Peace and conflict prevention/resolution, Disease prevention and treatment, Water and sanitation, Maternal and child health, Basic education and literacy, and Economic and community development.

Interested applicants can contact their local Rotary clubs  via the  Rotary Club Locator to inquire on how to be sponsored for the grant.Global grant scholarship applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year but applications should be submitted at least three months before the scholar’s intended departure date to allow adequate time for Foundation review and processing. **Each Rotary Club/District might have its own specific timeline. It is important to visit the official website for details on how to apply for the scholarship.


The minimum budget for a global grant scholarship is $30,000 which can fund the following: Passport/visa, Inoculations, Travel expenses (as specified in the grant terms and conditions), School supplies, Tuition, Room and board,  Household supplies, Language training courses (but not if university admission is contingent on improvement of language skills).   Most personal and miscellaneous expenses are not covered by the scholarship funding.

Please go to the official website for more information.

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Australian College of Nursing RCNA administers the nursing component of the Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship Support Scheme which provides funding for undergraduate and postgraduate study, professional development and clinical placements. Check website
Defence University Sponsorships

The Defence University Sponsorship is the perfect way to make university life more manageable and provides you with the opportunity to make a difference with your degree. The sponsorship is available to undergraduate or graduate students studying an accredited degree at any recognised university in Australia and provides the following benefits: 

  • a salary while studying
  • HELP and student fees paid
  • 18% superannuation contribution
  • a textbook allowance
  • subsidised accommodation
  • free health care (medical and dental)
  • a rewarding career as an officer in the Navy, Army or Air Force.

    While you're at university, you will enjoy a lifestyle similar to any other student. There are no significant military commitments during the university year, so you can focus on your studies and enjoy your free time like any other university student.

    For more information please go to the website.

    No closing date