Scholarships at FedUni provide financial assistance to students to help further their education. There are a number of different scholarships available for current eligible students. Some scholarships are based on academic merit, other scholarships exist to support students from indigenous backgrounds, students suffering financial hardship and students who have relocated from remote or regional areas to study.
These scholarships are specific to students that are studying within that faculty.
- Faculty of Health Executive Dean's International Scholarship
- Faculty of Health Executive Dean's Scholarship
- Faculty of Health Executive Dean's Scholarship for Nursing (Overseas Diploma Holders)
- Travel Bursary (Undergraduate and Postgraduate)
- Travel Bursary (International Semester)
- War Widows and Widowed Mothers' Association Scholarship
- Nursing scholarship
- Journal Publication Bursary (Academic Staff)
- Journal Publication Bursary (Current Students OR Recent Graduates)
- HDR Booster Scholarship
- Travel Bursary (Placement & Internships for Remote Areas)
Scholarships that are offered by internal FedUni departments, these include;
We offer scholarships to the value of $5,000 to Year 12 students within the Central Highlands, Wimmera, Barwon, Loddon, Mallee, Western District, Berwick and Gippsland regions who enrol in a Federation University Australia course. Applications Open in August each year. Further information and application details
These scholarships are valued at $4000 per annum. Students must be enrolled full-time or part-time in a Certificate IV, Diploma or Advanced Diploma course delivered in Ballarat for the 2017 academic year. Further information and application details
The Albert Coates Memorial Scholarships are awarded to students who are able to achieve academic excellence whilst overcoming challenging circumstances. Students must have successfully completed their first year of a nursing, visual arts or biomedical science degree and be enrolled in the second year of the course. Further information and application details
The Harold Carroll Scholarship is valued at $3000 per annum over a period of three years. This scholarship is open to domestic students studying Year 12 in the Western District of Victoria. For further information and application details
Federation University have scholarships available for Year 10 and 11 students. This include scholarships are based on academic merit, desire to study at tertiary level, dedication and strong commitment to community and school community. Further information and application details
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.
Applications will be assessed on financial circumstances and commitment to study. The closing date for Foundation scholarships is 24th February 2017.
Please note that the scholarship application does not guarantee you a place in the course of your choice.
The Golden Key International Honour Society Scholarships are awarded to its members for their academic, leadership and service excellence.
To apply, you must first be a currently enrolled student and member of Golden Key. Invitations to join the Society are extended on an annual basis to students who fall within the top 15% of undergraduates at FedUni.
From 2017 three funding pools will be consolidated into one funding stream called the Indigenous Student Success Program (ISSP). The objectives of ISSP is to improve outcomes for enrolment, progression and award course completion for Indigenous students. The new ISSP funding will be directed to :
- Indigenous Commonwealth Education Costs Scholarships (ICECS) which assist with education costs for students enrolled and studying in enabling, undergraduate, honours or post-graduate awards;
- Indigenous Commonwealth Accommodation Scholarships (ICAS) which assist with relocation and accommodation costs for students enrolled and studying in enabling, undergraduate, honours or post-graduate awards; and
- Indigenous Commonwealth Reward Scholarships (ICRS) which assist with one off, additional unexpected costs for students to participate in program requirements enrolled and studying in enabling, undergraduate, honours or post-graduate awards.
For further information please contact the Scholarships, Bursaries and Grants team on email@example.com or call 5327 9340.
Students participating in the Industry Placement Program (IPP) undertake a placement of up to 26 weeks with a host organisation in the same field as their studies. To help offset the costs involved in balancing study and placement, IPP students receive an organisational-funded scholarship payment of up to AUD $15,000.
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: We do not maintain any of the information contained within these links, and cannot guarantee that the information given is up to date or accurate. Please contact the external organisation involved for further information.
The Australia Awards are prestigious international scholarships funded by the Australian Government and administered by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) that aim to develop leadership potential and stimulate lasting change by empowering a global network of talented individuals through high-quality education experiences in Australia and overseas.
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited provide a number of scholarships for year 12 students undertaking University studies (Undergraduate) for the first time in 2017. This Scholarship is aimed at students from rural and regional locations. Applications are now closed for 2017.
For more information, visit www.bendigobank.com.au/public/community/scholarships
The Country Education Foundation (CEF) has released a new guide to hundreds of scholarships for rural, regional and indigenous students proudly sponsored by Bridges to higher education. The Guide is broken down into states, and this year CEF have also produced a dedicated Guide for Indigenous scholarships.
For more information, visit the CEF website.
Each year CEFA provides the Governor-General's Undergraduate Essay Competition for undergraduate university students enrolled at an Australian university. The competition recognises the importance of furthering undergraduate student's knowledge in the civics, citizenship and values areas.
For further information please visit the CEFA website.
Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship and Support Scheme (NAHSSS):Continuing Professional Development and Clinical Psychology
For further information please visit sarrah.org.au
The Royal Flying Doctor Service is one of the largest and most comprehensive aeromedical organisations in the world, providing extensive primary health care and 24-hour emergency service to people over an area of 7.3 million square kilometres. Voted Australia’s Most Reputable Charity for six years in a row, within Victoria the RFDS delivers air and road patient transport and primary health care, including rural women’s GP services, mobile dental, eye and telehealth services.
Applications are now open for the 2017 ‘Give Them Wings’ Health Scholarships, which support students from country Victoria with a flying start at university.
RURAL CHANCES scholarships are for young rural Victorians who are facing significant financial or social challenges, who have career aspirations and want to/or are studying at TAFE or undertaking an apprenticeship.
The New Colombo Plan (NCP) is a signature initiative of the Australian Government which aims to lift knowledge of the Indo-Pacific in Australia by supporting young Australian's to study and undertake internships in the region.
NCP Scholarship programs can be undertaken in 40 Indo-Pacific host locations.