Terms and Conditions:


The applicant must be a local student with Australian residency to apply.

Applications are accepted anytime from January to December.

Students must be currently enrolled and have a current payment plan arrangement with the Institute.

Successful applicants will be notified by authorised welfare officer within two weeks of receiving the scholarship application.

Other Terms and Conditions:

The scholarship can provide a reduction or waiver of tuition, materials/consumables, and student services fee for the year of study at Bendigo Kangan Institute. Scholarships will be awarded based on available funding, individual needs, capacity to complete, and on a case by case basis.

Domestic Students:

1. Must be Australian Citizen, Permanent  Resident or Humanitarian Visa holder 
2. Provide evidence of financial or personal disadvantage. Disadvantage(s) may include:
a. financial difficulty (payslips. Bank statements can be used if evidence is displayed in a personal statement)
b. experienced delay or interruption to studies due to compassionate reason (death in the immediate family, family violence, homelessness, or at manager discretion) Evidence – death certificate, eviction notice, personal statement or statutory declaration.
3. Currently enrolled and studying at Bendigo Kangan Institute, scholarship are capped up to the value of $500 per student.

Deferring the course will make the scholarship void.

The scholarship is to be used for one course and cannot be transferred to another course.

Scholarships will be for the amount of up to $500 towards your tuition fees.

Scholarships are not redeemable for cash.

If a student fails a unit of competency from the course, they will incur any enrolment or other fees associated with resitting that unit.

If the successful student is under the age of 18, the applicant must have permission from their parent/guardian before accepting the terms and conditions of the scholarship.

Insufficient information on application and supporting documentation can delay the application process and in some cases can be removed from the scholarship application list, if information is not received within a timely manner.
Application form
1. Briefly outline your circumstances of financial hardship that you believe fit under “Access Scholarships”.
2. Are there other factors, in addition to financial hardship, that disadvantages you or act as obstacles in pursuing your studies (eg: personal/family circumstances, disability, ethnicity, resource access, cultural elements, etc).
3. Explain your motivation for wanting to undertake this qualification and how this support will enable you to fulfill this commitment.
4. Please provide any additional support you have in place at present, or organisations that you have been in contacted with recently for support with fee related debt and hardship, e.g. case workers, other grants/scholarships, brokerage funds, etc. Please advise what assistance or funding you have been able to secure or can access in future to support with educational related expenses.
5. Please provide specific information regarding the type of support and/or amount you are seeking assistance with? Please identify any personal contributions you can continue to make towards your educational related expenses.

*Please submit supporting evidence to assist your application (eg: evidence receiving Centrelink payments, Concession card, Pay Slip, Bank statement)

Please make sure you have completed the check list and understood all the terms and conditions
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