There are Scholarships being made available all the time and they cover a broad range of areas and have differing selection criteria. Two resources you can use to search for Scholarships are below:
The "Good Universities Guide" Scholarship Finder:
This is the largest and most comprehensive scholarship database in Australia.
The "Country Education Foundation":
This website specifically offers scholarships aimed at Rural and Regional students.
Also, as I become aware of any Scholarships, I will post the details for you below:
Below are a list of the current scholarships. Please see the Careers Adviser for further details.
|Macpherson Smith Rural Foundation University Scholarship and Rural Chances Vocational Scholarships||
Macpherson Smith Rural Foundation University Scholarship and Rural Chances Vocational Scholarships
Applications OPEN June 1st – CLOSE August 10th
University Scholarships - $10,000 per year for 3 years
Rural Chances Vocational Scholarship - $2,000-$5,000 for TAFE or Apprenticeships
|10 Aug 2018|
|JMC Academy Scholarships 2019||
JMC is offering up to eight undergraduate scholarships for 2019 worth one year’s tuition.
|28 Sep 2018|
|AVCAT Scholarships are opening soon||
If you have a parent or grandparent with service in the ADF you may be eligible for one of these scholarships - check out the details to see if you can apply.
|28 Sep 2018|
|Australian College of Nursing - Scholarship Resource||
There are lots of scholarships for people who want to become nurses. The list below contains some scholarships for people with qualifications, as well as for those who want to start their training.
|31 Oct 2018|
|AgriFutures - Horizon Scholarship||
These scholarships aren’t yet open, but keep them in mind if you’re starting study next year.
The AgriFutures Horizon Scholarship is awarded to students studying an agriculture-related degree or a Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths/Finance (STEM) degree with relevant majors which align to agriculture – you receive $5000 a year for the first 2 years, plus work placements, professional development and networking opportunities.
Students must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident enrolled full-time in their first year of an agriculture-related degree at an Australian university.
|14 Dec 2018|