There are Scholarships being made available all the time and they cover a broad range of areas and have differing selection criteria. Two resources you can use to search for Scholarships are below:
The "Good Universities Guide" Scholarship Finder:
This is the largest and most comprehensive scholarship database in Australia.
The "Country Education Foundation":
This website specifically offers scholarships aimed at Rural and Regional students.
Also, as I become aware of any Scholarships, I will post the details for you below:
Below are a list of the current scholarships. Please see the Careers Adviser for further details.
Strathearn is a local Aged Care Facility that is offering Bursaries for local students who successfully complete year 12 and go on to study a Degree in Nursing or a Diploma in Enrolled Nursing.
To assist these students, Strathearn will offer a financial amount to support fees and books for the completion of Nursing qualifications.
See Mrs MacCallum for more information.
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Royal Agricultural Society Rural Scholarships
RAS Foundation Scholarships for 2016 Academic are now open and calling for applicants. If you have a desire to give back to your community and want to make rural and regional NSW more resilient and dynamic, please check out the link. http://www.rasnsw.com.au/Scholarships-Grants.html
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Educational Access Schemes
Most of UAC’s participating institutions have Educational Access Schemes (EAS) to help students who have experienced long-term educational disadvantage to gain admission to tertiary study. To be eligible for EAS consideration your educational performance must have been seriously affected, normally for a period of at least six months during Year 11 and/or 12 or equivalent, due to circumstances beyond your control and choosing. Applications for study in 2016 open Wednesday, 5 August 2015. See Mrs Hollis or Mrs MacCallum for more information. http://www.uac.edu.au/eas