Scholarships

A scholarship is a grant or payment made to support a students education which is awarded on the basis of academic or other achievement. Within this section you will find a range of scholarship options and further information on each scholarship program.

Chances For Children Fund

Chances for Children has 3 separate funds to support children and young people in the Mallee, Chances Fund, Keeping Kids at Secondary School Fund and Connecting Kids with Community Fund.

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La Trobe Scholarships

This program will provide scholarships for Victorians each year to undertake intensive language study at nominated universities or institutions in China, Indonesia, Japan and Korea.

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Ramsey Health Nursing Scholarship – LaTrobe

Ramsay Health Care Limited provides rural and regional health care to the North Western region of Victoria through the Mildura Base Hospital.

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University Scholarships in Australia

Numerous scholarships in Australia offered by universities, colleges, governments, and private organisations and benefactors. This link enables you to access information about Australian university scholarships.

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Victorian Young Carers Scholarship

The Young Carer Scholarship program 2020 is generously supported by Rotary Club of Mount Eliza, the WCF Thomas Charitable Trust and Rotary Club of Dingley Village.

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Victorian Scholarships for Y11, Y12 and Tertiary Students

Browse the list of Scholarships to be granted in 2020 for students completing year 11 and 12 and those seeking Tertiary Scholarships.

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CSU TAFE to University & Pathway Scholarship

A $2,500 TAFE scholarship will help you meet all or part of your course fees and expenses.Students who have completed a Diploma or Advanced Diploma and wish to transition to a CSU Degree will not only receive credit but will also be eligible for the scholarship.

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Jobs of Tomorrow Scholarships

People with skills in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) are in high demand. If you are interested in training in these skills, you may be eligible for a $1,000 Jobs of Tomorrow scholarship under the NSW Government’s Smart and Skilled Program.

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