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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
SERC (Space Environment Research Centre)

The Space Environment Research Centre (SERC) has a range of scholarship opportunities for exceptional undergraduate (4th year), Postgraduate (HDR) and Masters students to work within a global centre of excellence in collaboration with leading universities, international companies and space agencies.

SERC accepts applications all year round and strongly encourages students to obtain an APA, URS or other primary scholarship, however this is not essential. SERC top-up scholarships cannot generally be held simultaneously with other top-up scholarships.

The SERC Scholarship selection panel will be meeting in late November 2015 and again in late January 2016 to select the upcoming scholarship awardees. Start preparing your application now to be in the mix for semester one, 2016.


  • 4 one-year undergraduate scholarships to the value of $5,000 each (full time) to high-achieving students nearing the completion of their undergraduate degree;
  • 24 postgraduate HDR supplementary (top-up) scholarships to the value of up to $12,000 each per annum, plus up to $3000 for research support, to high calibre students (2016 full time); and
  • One full HDR scholarship to the value of $30,000 per annum (full time) to an exceptional student in space research and related fields from participating countries, currently Australia, Japan and the USA.
  • For further information on the broad range of study fields and the selection criteria please go to the website.

    Once on the SERC website click on the Scholarships tab at the top of the page for 'How to Apply' and 'Applications'

     Now Open
    The Roberta Sykes Harvard Club Scholarship

    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 website.

    Now Open
    Digital Marketing Scholarship is offering current Australian University & TAFE students, currently undertaking relevant studies in Marketing, Business, or IT an opportunity to develop their skills with industry-relevant training and education.

    The lucky recipient will receive:

    Search Marketing Training Modules Inclusive of:

    • Search Engine Optimisation Essentials
    • PPC & Google Adwords
    • Website design and conversion
    • Keyword research & competitive analysis
    • Copywriting for the web
    • Google Certification Support & Training
    • Career advice from’s CEO and Human Resources department
    • $2,000 in cash towards any learning expenses or business ventures
    • Preference in joining’s graduate program, which allows recent graduates to work across a variety of different disciplines in order develop well-rounded expertise in digital marketing

    This invaluable package will be vital in kick-starting your career in the digital space – not to mention a handy addition to your resume.

    For further information on Terms & Conditions and How To Apply please go to the website.

    The Henry Carus + Associates
    Visionary Scholarship

    The Henry Carus + Associates Visionary Scholarship is an award designed for Australian law students who share our passion for courage, determination, and justice. It’s aimed at helping them increase their skills and industry knowledge, to assist with their ongoing education expenses, and to provide an outlet for them to share their own unique vision with the world.

    The challenge

    To enter this year’s Henry Carus + Associates Visionary Scholarship, answer the following question in 500 words:

    Why should common law compensation rights be maintained in Australia?

    Your answer must be your own original work, and your argument should be presented in a compelling, thought-provoking manner. The winning entry will be chosen by Henry Carus + Associates founder and principal, Henry Carus, and the winner will receive a cheque for $1,000 to be used towards their next semester of study.

    For more information on how to apply, please visit our website.

    Course Finder Scholarship


    The CourseFinder Scholarship is open to:

    • Australian citizens and permanent residents
    • Anyone currently studying, or planning to commence studying in the near future

    How to apply

    We don’t want anyone to miss out, so please ensure you follow the steps below:

    1. In 500 words or less, answer the following question: ‘How would this scholarship help open doorways for you?’
    2. Let us know the name of the course you’re currently studying, or planning to enrol in, as well as who provides it.
    3. Attach a current copy of your resume, including your contact details: full name, address and contact number.
    4. Email your application to

    Selection criteria

    The CourseFinder scholarship was established to help one inspiring individual reach their goals, so make sure you let us know how it could change your path. We’ll be awarding the scholarship to the person we feel provides the most articulate, ambitious and passionate response – do whatever you can to make your application stand out!



    For more information please visit our website.

    William Groom Scholarship

    The Toowoomba Regional Council is proud to offer the William Groom Centenary of Toowoomba City Scholarship to 18 - 24 year olds, who are commencing their second or third year of a full time USQ degree course or TAFE Queensland South West diploma.

    The scholarship was established in 2004 to mark the centenary of Toowoomba’s declaration as a city. It honours the many achievements of the municipality’s first mayor William Henry Groom, who served several terms from 1861 before winning seats in the Queensland and Commonwealth Parliaments.

    Council offers this scholarship as a way to acknowledge young student's achievements to the local community. The scholarship provides $5,000 to the successful applicant.

    For further information and how to apply please go to the website

    Department of Education and Training Scholarships and Grants (DET QLD)

    Applications are now open for the Department of Education and Training’s 2016 scholarship and grants programs. These scholarships and grants reinforce the department’s dedication to providing the best teachers for all state schools while promoting teaching as a career path.

    The scholarships and grants on offer include:          

    Aspiring Teacher Grants

    Close 11/12/2015

    The Pearl Duncan Teaching Scholarships

    Close 11/12/2015

    The Lambert McBride Perpetual Bursary


    TJ Ryan Memorial Medal and Scholarship

    Close 11/12/2015

    Step into STEM Teaching Scholarships

    Close 12/02/2016

    Beyond the Range Professional Experience Grants

    Close 12/2/2016


    For details regarding the above scholarships and grants and how to apply please go to the website.

    11/12/2015 & 12/2/2016
    Bizify Startup Future Scholarship

    The Bizify Startup Future Scholarship provides scholars with the opportunity to launch their own startup at our company's expense.


    • The scholarship is open to Bachelor or Master level students studying business, accounting, or related study areas and is aimed at students enrolled full-time in an Australian higher education institution.
    • Applicants must have the intention to start the business within the next 6 month.


    $4000 - which includes a grant to be used as desired, professional advice on how to start a business, covers business/company registration costs, covers marketing/website costs and more.

    Applications open September 30. Award winner will be notified in writing on or before 31 January 2016.

    For further information on eligibility and how to apply please go to the website.

    Fifty Acres Scholarship

    As a virtual agency, Fifty Acres is a huge believer in the opportunities that the Internet provides for companies, small businesses and careers. We’re also a huge believer in providing students with the opportunity and tools to succeed in the communications industry.

    Combining these two passions, each year Fifty Acres is offering a scholarship for two students enrolled in a certificate, diploma or degree relating to media or communications to assist with their study costs. These include:

    • One scholarship of $500 for a communications or media student from regional or rural Australia
    • One scholarship of $500 for an Indigenous communications or media student.

    If you would like to apply for one of these scholarships, please send an email outlining which scholarship you are applying for, a copy of your academic record, two references from lecturers and 300 words about your plans for a future in the communications industry to by 31 December 2015.

    LocalAgentFinder's Prize for Academic Achievement

    LocalAgentFinder is an Australian real estate agent comparison website. It has recently established an academic prize for one high achieving, full-time, tertiary student in Australia, awarded across all fields of study. To nurture forward thinking and innovative development in Australia’s future, LocalAgentFinder created the LocalAgentFinder Prize for Academic Achievement.



    For further information and how to apply, please visit the website.


    Bendigo & Adelaide Bank Scholarship

    Bendigo & Adelaide Bank Limited provide a number of scholarships for year 12 students undertaking University studies (undergraduate) for the first time in 2016. The Scholarship 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 or college for the first time.



    To be eligible, the following criteria must be met:

    - Australian citizen or permanent resident from a rural or regional location

    - first year undergraduate in 2016 (first attendance at an Australian university)

    - studying full-time in 2016 (in an approved Australian course)

    - graduated from secondary school in either 2015 or in 2014 (took a gap year)

    - demonstration of the disadvantage (economic and /or social) hindering further study

    - outstanding academic achievement and community involvement


    Applications open 1 December 2015


    How to apply, please visit the website.

    The WIMDU Scholarship Programme

    We are excited to award a scholarship fund to a promising student, who has a keen interest in taking up a career in the travel industry. The WIMDU Scholarship was created in order to recognise and develop the sort of skills that are fundamental to succeeding in the travel and business sectors.




    Applicants must be studying in an Australian university at undergraduate or Masters degree level in a field related to Business Administration, Travel or Tourism in the academic year 2015-2016. All applications must be received from the applicant’s official university email account. Both domestic and international students may apply, provided they are enrolled at a participating Australian university. Applicants must be able to provide proof that they are enrolled in an undergraduate degree or Masters degree in a field related to business, travel or tourism (ie certified copy of official academic transcript).

    How to apply

    - Essays submitted must be the applicant’s own work and free from any plagiarism. All applications will be checked for signs of falsification.
    - Please ensure that your application is submitted from your university email account, and that it includes the following:
    1. Copy of the 1200-1500 word essay
    2. Proof of student status for the academic year 2015/16
    3. Proof of enrolment on a relevant course

    For any inquiries about the application process please contact us via

    Gowrie Scholarship (PhD Research Study)

    In accordance with the Trust Deed, Gowrie Scholarships will be awarded to members of the Forces and children of members of the Forces, including, in the discretion of the Trustees, grandchildren or other lineal descendants of such members.


    You must be an Australian Citizen

    Eligible Program: PhD

    The scholarship will be open to any Australian citizen but preference will be given to past and present members of the Australian Armed Forces and their lineal descendants with special consideration being given to a lineal descendant of a member of the Australian Armed Forces who died or has died as a result of any occurrence which happened during his or her period of enlistment while serving in the Second World War, subsequent wars or on non-warlike operations (such as peacekeeping or humanitarian operations).


    $5000 per annum

    The duration of the scholarship will be one year in the first instance. The scholarship will be tenable for up to two years at universities or other recognised research institutions, either in Australia or overseas. Successful applicants are required to re-apply if they are seeking funding for a second year with a progress report from their research project supervisor.

    The scholarships will commence at the start of the academic year of the university, or other institution, at which (or under the direction of which) the research is to be pursued. Where necessary the scholarship offer may be made retrospective to that date.

    Applications opened now.

    For further information and instructions on How to Apply please go to the website.


    Lac Lawyers Scholarship

    To be eligible to enter for a chance to win the LAC Lawyers $1,000 scholarship you must meet the following criteria:

    • Enrolled full time in an accredited tertiary educational institution
    • Studying at any level including, but not limited to: Undergraduate, Masters, Doctorate, Post Graduate Diplomas
    • Be able and willing to supply proof of their attendance to an accredited University in Australia

    Value: AUD$1,000 grant to be used for you to attend a legal related conference or event, to assist with your research or to further your education and a congratulatory post and a certificate accrediting you as the greatest submission received.

    For more information about how to apply please visit the Lac Lawyers Scholarship website.

    National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)

    The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) scholarship is designed to support women in all fields of construction.

    The National Association of Women in Construction’s mission is to raise the profile of women working in the construction industry and be a positive instrument for change in the construction industry. The National Association of Women in Construction started in 1995 and has strived to build the organisation to encourage and support women in the construction and related affiliated industries.

    Recipients of the NAWIC scholarship are encouraged to promote the scholarship on campus at the following year's launch, attend a NAWIC QLD / NT event or seminar during the year the scholarship is awarded and share their experiences with the group.

    Recipients of the NAWIC scholarship are encouraged to attend two NAWIC Education and Mentoring Committee Meetings (held monthly) during the year the scholarship is awarded to share their thoughts and suggestions with the NAWIC team.

    NAWIC Qld will provide an opportunity for the scholarship recipient to provide input to the quarterly NAWIC Qld newsletters, in the form of either an article or short university update.

    The Scholarship is valued at $2,500 for one year paid in two instalments of $1,250.

    Please send your submission to with the subject line "NAWIC Scholarship 2016 Application – University of Southern Queensland, Applicant's Name"

    Lyonswood Investigations and Forensic Scholarship

    Lyonswood Investigations and Forensics Group are inviting students enrolled in tertiary courses studying law, law enforcement and humanities subjects to apply for this unique industry scholarship.


    – AUD $1000 grant toward student tuition or textbooks
    – A certificate accrediting your award as the best submission received


    To be eligible to enter the Lyonswood Investigations and Forensics Group scholarship you must meet the following criteria:

    – Enrolled in an accredited tertiary education institution undergoing either part-time or full-time study
    – Studying at any level including but not limited to, Undergraduate, Honours, Postgraduate Diplomas, Masters, Doctorate
    – Studying a major in one of the following or similar: Law, Ethics, Humanities / Arts, Law Enforcement
    – Be able to supply proof of your attendance at an accredited Australian university
    – Agree to have your submission published with full credits to you, on the Lyonswood Investigations and Forensics Group blog. 

    For further information and instructions on how to apply, please go to the website.

    Dan David Prize

    General Information

    • The Dan David Prize awards scholarships to doctoral and post-doctoral researchers, carrying out research in one of the selected fields for the current year. Registered doctoral and post-doctoral researchers who study at recognized universities throughout the world, and whose research has been approved, are eligible to apply.
    • The Dan David Prize laureates annually donate twenty scholarships of US$15,000 each to outstanding doctoral and postdoctoral students of exceptional promise in the chosen fields for the current year. Ten scholarships are awarded to doctoral and post-doctoral students at universities throughout the world and ten scholarships at Tel Aviv University.
    • The Dan David Prize scholarships are granted according to merit, without discrimination based on gender, race, religion, nationality, or political affiliation.
    • In order to ensure that your research is relevant to one of this year's chosen fields, please read the field definitions on our website carefully before filling out the form.
    • Applicants who have received a scholarship from the Dan David Prize may not apply again.

    For more information on how to apply please visit the website.

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

    Sugar Research Institute will be funding four scholarship recipients in 2016 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).


    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.



    You must be:

    • A penultimate year student undertaking an engineering and/or technical degree at an Australian university or tertiary institution
    • Able to undertake three periods of work placement over an 18 month period (12 weeks in total) during semester breaks
    • An Australian or New Zealand citizen, or
    • A permanent resident 


    • Total payment of $7,500 (paid in three instalments of $2,500)
    • Paid work placement at industry rates and a living away allowance of $250 per week

    Applications open 2 October 2015

    For more information on how to apply visit the website.
    Bend + Mend Musculoskeletal Injury Management Scholarship

    About Bend + Mend

    Bend + Mend is a leading Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates studio with clinics in Sydney’s CBD and a head office based in Sydney’s Martin Place. Bend + Mend are always on the lookout for bright and ambitious individuals who wish to claim the Bend + Mend Musculoskeletal Injury Management Scholarship. We will accept students from across Australia and also students who are studying abroad who have the ability to work remotely.

    Scholarship Details

    Scholarship: $1,000*

    Status: Currently Open

    Submit your applications to:

    Scholarship Eligibility

    Applicant must be a full-time student at a college or university. The Scholarship is available to students in the following areas:

    • Physiotherapy
    • Exercise Science/Physiology
    • Pilates

    How to Apply For and Win the Bend + Mend Scholarship

    In 500 words or less, explain how this Scholarship would assist you in developing your passion for exercise therapy, such as Pilates, in the management of musculoskeletal injuries or conditions during your studies. Please send this in pdf or Word document format. All resumes must include two references and a current academic transcript. In your cover letter, please address why you would like to be considered for this programme.

    For more information please visit the website.

     WebContacts Scholarship

    WebContacts is an Australian online mail-order supplier of discounted replacement contact lenses.


    $1,200 scholarship for domestic undergraduate/postgraduate students in the field of Health Science


    The applicant must be an Australian citizen and full-time student at a College or University in the field of Health Science. The scholarship is available to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. If you're an undergraduate, you must have completed one year of a three or four year degree or two years of a five or six year degree before being eligible for the scholarship. 

    Please see the website for further information about the scholarship and how to apply.

    Bayside Psychotherapy scholarship

    Why are we offering this scholarship?

    The need to raise awareness of mental health, psychotherapy and counselling in the community

    We have 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.

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

    Please visit our website for more information on how to apply.

    Brosa Online Retailing Scholarship

    Brosa is an Australian online furniture retailer. Founded by online retail veterans who have over 15 years of experience selling online, as well as building some of Australia's largest retailers. Brosa is bringing designer furniture direct from the makers to customers.


    Brosa will provide $1000AUD towards tuition fees for a student in their chosen field of study within Marketing, Business, Digital Design, Computer Science or any internet business related field.

    In addition the winning applicant will have a chance to have an online hangout with Brosa to learn about online companies, startups, entrepreneurship, business and marketing strategies. The winner also has the opportunity to ask any questions that will help their future career path.


    The applicant must meet the following eligibility criteria to be considered for the scholarship:
    - Student must be studying in the following: Marketing, Business, IT, Computer Science, Digital Design or any internet business related field
    - Full-time student and applicant must be able to prove that they are studying at a tertiary institution

    How to apply

    All applicants should email the following to
    - Resume/CV
    - Course and tertiary institution name of where applicant studies
    - A letter outlining as to why this scholarship can help your career (maximum of 400 words)

    Students will be notified in writing on or before 30 November 2016. For further information please email


    Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship and Support Scheme: Clinical Placement Scholarships in an Aboriginal Medical Service


    The Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship and Support Scheme: Continuing Professional Development is funded by Australian Government Department of Health and administered by Australian College of Nursing. The scheme is an Australian Government initiative to support students enrolled in an entry level nursing or midwifery course to undertake a clinical placement in an Aboriginal Medical Service.

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nursing or midwifery students are encouraged to apply.

    Application dates


    Applications are now open for clinical placements commenced in 2014 that meet the below eligibility criteria and will commence within three months of submitting your application. Applications are open year round; please ensure that you do not apply for placements outside of this timeframe.

    Eligibility Criteria

    Clinical placement scholarships are available to nursing and midwifery students who meet the following criteria:

    • Australian citizen or permanent resident
    • enrolled in an accredited nursing or midwifery course that results in a recognised entry level nursing or midwifery qualification 
    • wish to participate in a clinical placement at an Aboriginal Medical Service

    Successful applicants will be required to have completed cultural competence training before commencing the placement. At some clinical placement locations, cultural competence training may be provided by the AMS

    This scholarship can only be awarded once during a student's course of study. Current undergraduate NAHSSS scholarship holders are eligible to apply.

    Value of scholarship

    The maximum total value of the Scholarship is $11,000.

    Payments may be made for:

    • Travel
    • Accommodation and living expenses only if a scholar is required to relocate from home to complete the placement 
    • Supervision payment to the AMS or hosting organisation.
    Now open
    Relocation Scholarship

    The Relocation Scholarship is an annual payment for eligible Austudy, Youth Allowance and ABSTUDY Living Allowance customers who have to live away from the family home to study. You’ll receive this scholarship at the beginning of the academic year to help with the costs of living away from home. If you’re eligible, you’ll receive the full amount of the Relocation Scholarship, even if you’re not on the maximum payment rate from Centrelink.

    For more information, contact Centrelink by phone on 13 24 90 or visit the Centrelink website.

    No closing date
    Student Start-Up Scholarship

    If you are a full-time student undertaking an approved scholarship course at a higher education institution and are receiving Youth Allowance, Austudy or ABSTUDY Living Allowance, you will receive the Student Start-up Scholarship. You’ll receive this scholarship at the beginning of each traditional tertiary semester to help with the up-front costs of studying, such as textbooks and specialised equipment. If you’re eligible you’ll receive the full amount of the Student Start-up Scholarship, even if you’re not on the maximum payment rate from Centrelink.

    Proposed Changes - Higher Education Savings Announcement:

    In a recent announcement from the Federal Government and Subject to the passage of legislation, from 1 January 2014, new higher education students in receipt of Youth Allowance, Austudy or ABSTUDY will be ineligible for the Student Start-up Scholarship (SSS).

    Instead, these students will be eligible for equivalent Income Contingent Loans, totalling up to $2,050 per year, to help them pay for up-front costs of study. There will be no interest on these loans, however debts will be indexed by changes in the Consumer Price Index.

    Where a student has a Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) debt and takes out an Income Contingent Loan to assist them with the up-front costs of study, repayment will be delayed until after recipients’ HELP debt is completely paid.

    Those students who have received a SSS prior to January 2014 will continue to be eligible to receive the SSS while in receipt of student payments. These changes are subject amendments being made to the Higher Education Support Act 2003 and are proposed to take effect from 1 January 2014.

    If you are confused about these changes or would like more information, please contact Centrelink. USQ will continue to update this information as changes occur.”

    For more information, contact Centrelink by phone on 13 24 90 or visit the Centrelink website.
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    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.

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    ACS Foundation The ACS Foundation advances the IT and business professions by providing structured work integrated learning and research scholarships. Our practical scholarship opportunities develop student's workplace skills while providing them the platform to meet future employers - a variety of Scholarships are available. 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.
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    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
    Indigenous Scholarships Welcome to the Indigenous Scholarships website. This is where you'll find information about undergraduate scholarships available in Australia, designed for Indigenous students. check website
    Defence University Scholarships For students studying an engineering or health degree No closing date
    Clinical Placement Scholarships To support Nursing students enrolled in an undergraduate or entry level Nursing or Midwifery degree to undertake a clinical placement in an Aboriginal Medical Service. No closing date