Scholarships specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students
25 Scholarships & Grants Found
This is an overview of Scholarships & Grants that are specifically for Indigenous students. You may be eligible for many more. Try the comprehensive Scholarships Search to find others you may be eligible for.
|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Work Scholarship||2nd / 3rd / 4th Year Bachelor of Social Work, Bachelor of Human Services and Bachelor of Social Science (Social Welfare)||$2000||Applications open|
|AHO Tertiary Accommodation Grants||Equity and Merit Scholarships and Grants - External
Access to affordable accommodation is a significant barrier that impacts on Aboriginal tertiary education rates across New South Wales. The grants will provide eligible Aboriginal students with assistance to source affordable accommodation options.
|up to $10,000||Applications closed|
|Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service Scholarship||1st year Indigenous student studying within the School of Community Health or the School of Nursing Midwifery & Indigenous Health on the Albury Campus.||$10,000||Applications open|
|Australian Library and Information Association Scholarship||Any year student studying Bachelor of Information Studies / Master of Information Studies / Master of Education (Teacher Librarianship)||$5000 + 1 year membership||Applications open|
|CO2 Australia Regional Professionals Scholarship||1st / 2nd / 3rd year studying an undergraduate degree in the areas of: Agriculture / Applied Sciences / Environmental Sciences / Horticulture||$30000 MAX||Applications open|
|Colgate Accommodation Scholarship||1st Year studying Bachelor of Dental Science on Orange campus||$5000||Applications open|
|CSIRO Indigenous Support Scholarship||An indigenous student in any year of study in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics related undergraduate course.||$15000||Applications open|
|CSU Foundation Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Achievement Scholarship||Indigenous students studying either full time or online study any undergraduate or postgraduate course on any CSU campus||$5000||Applications open|
|Destination Australia Scholarship||Study on campus at Charles Sturt University – the #1 uni for graduate employment* – and you could receive $15,000 per year for the duration of your degree. This scholarship from Destination Australia – an Australian Government initiative – is designed to encourage students to study in regional Australia. So why not create a world worth living in at Charles Sturt? We’re right here in regional Australia. Studying in a regional area means you’ll become part of a strong community, enjoy a lower cost of living, and benefit from personalised support and hands-on learning. You’ll enjoy a vibrant lifestyle minus the hustle and bustle. Get the best of both worlds when you study at any of Charles Sturt’s vibrant campuses located in beautiful regional cities across New South Wales: Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Port Macquarie or Wagga Wagga. Apply now for a Destination Australia scholarship – there’s only a limited number available – and you could get $15,000 per year of financial help for study and living expenses for the duration of your degree.||$15,000||Applications closed|
|Dr Bal Krishan Scholarship||Indigenous Students studying in any year of any undergraduate course on Wagga Wagga Campus||$2000||Applications open|
|Dr Malcolm Walker Memorial Scholarship||Any year studying Bachelor of Criminal Justice / Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Nursing / Bachelor of Psychology / Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) / Bachelor of Paramedicine / Bachelor of Clinical Practice (Paramedic) on Bathurst campus||$3000||Applications open|
|Equity Scholarship||Equity and Merit Scholarships and Grants
Funds to assist with the general costs of University education.
|Frangopoulos Family Scholarship||1st Year - Bathurst / Port Macquarie Campus. Various Bachelor of Communication undergraduate courses||$3000||Applications open|
|Indigenous Accommodation and Relocation Scholarships||Equity and Merit Scholarships and Grants
The ISSP - Accommodation/Relocation Scholarship is to assist students with the cost of relocation, accommodation or commuting to campus.
|Indigenous Education Costs Scholarships||Equity and Merit Scholarships and Grants
The ISSP Education Cost Scholarship is to assist students with the initial set up and ongoing educational costs of university.
|Indyamarra Scholarship||Available for Indigenous students in their final or penultimate year studying Bachelor of Nursing and course in area of Education / Allied Health on Albury-Wodonga; Bathurst; Dubbo; Orange; Port Macquarie; Wagga Wagga Campuses||$7500 MAX||Applications open|
|Moya Crowe Memorial Scholarship||Any Year studying any course. 1st preference for an Indigenous student, OR must demonstrate a commitment to the support of Aboriginal communities.||$7000 MAX||Applications open|
|Roberta Sykes Harvard Club Scholarship||Be accepted to the Harvard graduate school of their choice (acceptance to Harvard is not necessary by the time the scholarship application is submitted. Applications from applicants whose acceptance is denied will be withdrawn from consideration.)||$60000 p.a||Applications closed|
|The Inland Rail Scholarships||1st Year student studying full time on any campus courses such as Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics or other careers needed to support regional economies and communities.||$20,000 MAX||Applications open|
|Three Rivers UDRH First Year Health Student Accommodation Scholarship||The Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health (UDRH) Health Student Accommodation Scholarship is designed as a one-off payment to assist commencing first year students with accommodation costs to reside in on-campus residences at Albury-Wodonga, Dubbo, Orange, or Wagga Wagga campus.
|Three Rivers UDRH Health Student Accommodation Scholarship||The Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health Student Accommodation Scholarship is designed to assist continuing students with accommodation costs to reside in on-campus residences at Albury-Wodonga, Dubbo, Orange or Wagga Wagga campus.
|Valerie Cox Memorial Scholarship - Commencing||Any Faculty of Science undergraduate degree - preference to ATSI and/or female applicants||$20000 MAX||Applications open|
|Valerie Cox Memorial Scholarship - Continuing||Any Faculty of Science undergraduate degree - preference to ATSI and/or female applicants||$5000||Applications open|
|Wagga Wagga LALC and Aboriginal Community Scholarship||ATSI students from the Wagga region studying any undergraduate course in any year on Wagga Wagga Campus||$3000||Applications open|
|Walter and Eliza Hall Trust Opportunity Disability Scholarship||Any year students with a physical disability studying any course full time on campus||$10,000||Applications open|