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The Australian Veterans’ Children Assistance Trust (AVCAT) Scholarships
The Australian Veterans’ Children Assistance Trust (AVCAT) is a national independent charity administering tertiary scholarships for children and grandchildren of ex-service men and women.
AVCAT’s aim is to help the children and grandchildren of ex-servicemen and women to a better future through higher education. Through the help of our generous donors, AVCAT administers scholarships to the children of those who have served our country in peace and war in the Australian Army, Navy and Airforce. Our recipients come from all over Australia and study an enormous variety of courses.
At present AVCAT is helping around 180 children with the costs of study. We administer about 70 scholarships a year for the Department of Veterans’ Affairs as well as various ex-service organisations (including RSL and Legacy). Scholarship selection is open to children and in some cases grandchildren of a veteran and is based on need and merit. Applicants can be high-school leavers starting university or current university students and eligible for Youth Allowance hence studying full time.
Scholarships are generally paid for three years and are between $3,000 and $4,000 per year.
Applications for 2015 are now closed..
For more information please click here.
Indigenous Commonwealth Scholarships
The Commonwealth Government is funding a new program of scholarships and assistance commencing in 2017 called the Indigenous Student Success Programme (ISSP). Information on this programme will be available shortly.
The Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Awards
The Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Awards are a unique opportunity for you to undertake international study and research related to your Australian degree, and gain international work experience through an internship, building your professional network in Asia.
The Awards are open to Australian undergraduates and postgraduates in any field of study. Twenty postgraduate and twenty undergraduate awards are available each year.
Are you a Postgraduate student?
The Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Postgraduate Award provides financial support for students to undertake study or research in Asia towards their Australian postgraduate qualification, at Masters or PhD level either by coursework or research, in any field of study. This Award provides up to $63,500 towards travel and establishment allowances, tuition and internship contributions, and travel insurance.
Are you an Undergraduate student?
The Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Undergraduate Award provides financial support for students to undertake study or research in Asia towards their Australian undergraduate qualification, at Bachelor or Honours level in any field of study. This Award provides up to $53,500 towards travel and establishment allowances, tuition and internship contributions, and travel insurance.
For eligibility requirements and your copy of the Applicant Guidelines, visit www.endeavour.education.gov.au/endeavour .
The Australia Korea Foundation Scholarship
Scholarships will be awarded to 11 successful applicants in the aim to strengthen Australia’s engagement with the Republic of Korea and Australia-Korea relations.
The Scholarship Program will provide support for early career professionals, postgraduate or later year undergraduates to undertake research, professional development, business internships, language and cultural studies in the Republic of Korea.
Details on how to apply for the Scholarship Program are at: