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The Public Education Foundation has a range of scholarships to help young people at public schools reach their potential.

A full list with opening and closing dates can be found on their website.

All applications are online. You will be asked to answer an eligibility questionnaire to determine which scholarships you are able to apply for.

Bond University scholarships

Bond University Scholarships

Bert Evans apprentice scholarships

The Bert Evans apprentice scholarships were launched in 2014 to assist apprentices who need additional financial support.

  • Hardship in their personal circumstances
  • aptitude for vocational education and training to lead to successful completion of their trade training
  • a positive attitude and application in the workplace and in off the job training.

There will be a maximum of 50 Scholarships awarded annually including 10 NSW country apprentice scholarships. Scholarships are open to school based apprentices.

The scholarships are open for metropolitan and country apprentices.

Apprentices with a disability will need to disclose their disability and will be assessed on hardship and aptitude.

Information on eligibility criteria and applications is available at https://www.training.nsw.gov.au/individuals/apprenticeships_traineeships/financial_help/bert_evans_scholarships.html

My Future scholarships

The My Future website currently lists over 4000 undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships. The type of support ranges from course fees, accommodation, grants, and travel within or outside Australia, and covers fields of study across all Australian universities. 

Get paid to study

The NSW Department of Education and Communities has just launched a range of scholarships, cadetships and internships available to HSC students. Find out how you could get paid to study to become a teacher in a NSW public school!

ACU's new passion for business (P4B) program

This program is about providing a unique opportunity for student's with a passion for business. Are you a current Year 12 student studying a business related subject at school and want to gain an early competitive edge? Passion for business (P4B) is an early entry program designed to nurture your learning passion and give you a step up in your future business career. 

University of Canberra

Learn more about the different scholarships available at Universit of Canberra. 

For more details, contact the University of Canberra's scholarship unit. 

Australian Government scholarships opportunities

Australian government cadetship, scholarship, and work experience opportunities within Australian Government departments and agencies including attorney-general's, defence, immigration and more.

Learn more about Adult Ed pathways to careers in management or an alternative pathway to a degree, please see Adult Ed scholarships (PDF 516KB).