Scholarships, bursaries, grants
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FedUni is committed to assisting students to reduce the financial constraints they face to achieve their study goals. Each year, we award scholarships, bursaries and grants to new and continuing students across secondary school, vocational, undergraduate and postgraduate program areas.
Use the KickStart calculator to find out what funding options are available to you, then read more about your opportunities below.
KickStart grants are aimed at ensuring students in need receive appropriate assistance when they need it. To make it easier for students to access financial assistance, FedUni has a range of grants to give students the kick start they need to achieve success.
Grants are the supply of goods or services or a one-off payment to assist students in acquiring goods or services, such as text books or help with course work placements. Eligibility varies and is outlined within the below links:
Please note: If you are eligible to register for the KickStart Placement Grant or the KickStart Nursing Kit Grant, you will need to complete the additional information forms for each grant in addition to completing the KickStart online registration form. More information regarding this is contained within the links above.
KickStart bursaries are aimed at ensuring students in need receive appropriate assistance when they need it. To make it easier for students to access financial assistance or receive required aid, FedUni has a range of bursaries to give students the kick start they need to achieve success.
To register for a KickStart bursary, please go to the How to register menu item at the top of this page and complete a KickStart online registration form.
Additional bursaries you might like to consider:
FedUni has a range of scholarships available that are awarded to students for outstanding academic performance and/or community involvement. These scholarships are based upon various criteria which usually reflect the values and purpose of the donor or founder of the award.
A number of scholarships are available to students that are administered and offered externally from national and international organisations. These scholarships are based on various criteria, and are usually specific to the purpose and/or values of the organisation offering the scholarship.
Please note: FedUni does not maintain any of the information contained within the above links, and cannot guarantee that the information given is up to date or accurate. Please contact the external organisation involved for further information.
Foundation scholarships are open to both commencing and continuing domestic higher education students enrolled in an undergraduate degree (including honours) or masters degree, and to commencing and continuing domestic TAFE students.
In 2016, ten scholarships will be allocated, each to the value of $7,000. Applications will be assessed on financial circumstances and commitment to study. Termination of studies by the recipient will automatically cancel the scholarship.
Please note that the scholarship application does not guarantee you a place in the course of your choice.
Read more about Foundation scholarships on the Foundation scholarships webpage.