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Equity Scholarships at UniSA

Marteine Edwards from Westfield with Thomas Chisholm (right), who was awarded the Westfield SA Marketing ScholarshipAt UniSA we believe tertiary education should be a viable option for everyone, not just a privileged few. That is why we offer a range of scholarships designed to help fund the costs of tertiary education. Our scholarships offer financial assistance and, in many instances, valuable work experience opportunities.

UniSA provides a broad range of scholarships and grants to international, domestic, undergraduate, postgraduate coursework and postgraduate research degree students.

New scholarships are constantly being developed so we recommend you regularly review the UniSA scholarships information and my Scholarships  to find the best ones for you.


 2015 Equity Scholarships

Scholarships for continuing studentsContinuing Students Scholarships for new studentsNew Students Scholarships for indigenous studentsIndigenous Students
Scholarships for rural students Rural Students Scholarships for economically disadvantaged students Economically Disadvantaged Students Scholarships for international studentsInternational Students

 


Scholarship name Basic Eligibility Criteria When/where to apply Who can apply
UniSA Study Grants
  • Australian citizen, permanent resident or the holder of a permanent humanitarian visa
  • can provide evidence of low socio-economic background
  • are enrolled in an undergraduate program full-time or part-time with a minimum of  50% load (9 units per half year)
  • Have not already completed the requirements of a program of study equivalent to an Australian bachelor's or higher level award.  
Applications via SATAC  opens 19 January and closes 27 February 2015. For economically disadvantaged studentsContinuing StudentsNew Students
Indigenous CAS
  • Be an Australian citizen
  • Be an Indigenous person
  • Meet the low socio-economic status criterion
  • Meet the full-time student requirements
  • Within the four years immediately preceding the commencement of the current course of study (including study within another program or at another provider, where the student has transferred):
    • The student has lived in a regional or remote area of Australia for a total of at least three years; or
    • The student completed the final two years of schooling in a high school or college in a regional or remote area
Applications via SATAC  opens 19 January and closes 27 February 2015. For economically disadvantaged studentsContinuing StudentsNew Students Indigenous StudentsScholarships for rural students
Indigenous CECS
  • Be an Australian citizen
  • Be an Indigenous person
  • Meet the low socio-economic status criterion
  • Meet the full-time student requirements.
  • Not already have completed a bachelor's or higher level award unless each such award is a prerequisite to their current undergraduate program of study and there is no alternative pathway into that program of study at UniSA.
Applications via SATAC opens 19 January and closes 27 February 2015. Continuing StudentsNew StudentsFor economically disadvantaged studentsIndigenous Students
Indigenous Access Scholarship
  • Be an Australian citizen
  • Be an Indigenous person
  • Meet the low socio-economic status criterion
  • Be a commencing student who has
    • Accepted the offer of a place; or
    • Been enrolled; or
    • Is undertaking a course;
    • In an undergraduate course of study or an eligible enabling course or eligible graduate or postgraduate course with a provider as a Commonwealth supported student.
Applications via SATAC opens 19 January and closes 27 February 2015. New StudentsFor economically disadvantaged studentsIndigenous Students
Indigenous Enabling CAS

In addition to the basic eligibility requirements, students are required to be undertaking an eligible enabling program either full time or part time.

Applications via SATAC opens 19 January and closes 27 February 2015. Indigenous StudentsScholarships for rural students For economically disadvantaged studentsNew Students
Indigenous Enabling CECS

In addition to the basic eligibility requirements, students are required to be undertaking an eligible enabling program either full time or part time.

Applications via SATAC opens 19 January and closes 27 February 2015. New StudentsFor economically disadvantaged studentsIndigenous Students

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