Download the Scholarships and Bursaries brochure
Applications for our 2017 intake are now closed. Applications for 2018 will open on 1 July 2017.
If you would like to apply for financial assistance (a bursary), download and complete the below application form and declaration.
Bursary Assistance Application Form (Excel 2010)
Bursary Assistance Application Form (Excel 1997-2003)
Bursary Assistance Declaration (to be printed, signed and submitted with application form and supporting documents)
Completed applications should be submitted via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
All applications for financial (bursary) assistance must be received by 30 September.
Bursaries are awarded on application, with the level of financial assistance determined by a means-tested assessment of each family’s and individual student’s capacity to pay fees.
- Up to fifty bursaries offering up to full-fee relief depending on need, determined by the College’s means-testing program
- Discipline specific, as per our donor’s wishes, with varying amounts available for the length of the undergraduate degree whilst in College
- Indigenous bursaries for the length of the undergraduate degree whilst in College
- Post-graduate research awards, based on financial need
Numerous assistance packages are available. Prospective students are encouraged to submit applications as early as possible. Financial assistance is made possible through the generosity of our alumni and other members of the St Andrew’s community.
Financial assistance offers are released at the same time as residency offers, so students will be informed how much assistance will be made available to them prior to enrolling in the College.
All matters regarding applications for financial assistance are treated with strict confidentiality.
Information on scholarships and prizes can be found here.
Financial Assistance (Bursaries) FAQs
Who is eligible?
Both new and returning students may be eligible. Bursaries are distributed based on financial need.
How much financial assistance can I receive?
The level of financial assistance is determined by a means-tested assessment of each family’s and individual student’s capacity to pay College fees. You must submit documentation to support your application in order to be considered. This may include tax return statements, group certificates, proof of income and proof of Centrelink payments. Financial assistance is offered on the condition that all other means of financial support have been explored and exhausted by the applicant.
How do I apply?
Submit the Bursary Assistance application form located at the top of this page. Applications for assistance can be submitted from 1 July each year.
All applications for financial assistance must be received by 30 September.
You must submit a separate application for residence in College.
Can I defer my financial assistance offer?
You can defer a residential offer from the College, but you are unable to defer a financial assistance offer.