Hume Multiversity Tertiary Scholarship Program


Since March 2020, COVID-19 has had an enormous impact on the lives of Hume City residents and businesses. As a part of the COVID-19 response package, Hume has allocated funding to develop a Hume resident scholarship program to support residents to undertake a course with one of the Multiversity tertiary partners.

The Hume Multiversity Tertiary Scholarships Program – Kangan Institute will provide assistance to a minimum of twenty Hume residents who will undertake a tertiary qualification with Kangan Institute.

Applications close 31 December 2021.

Eligible Courses
Students must be enrolling in qualifications that have solid prospects for employment within the city of Hume. These industries include Building and Construction, Advanced Manufacturing, Food and Fibre, Health and Community Care, Education, Cyber Security, Transport and Logistics, Visitor Economy, and Sustainability and Environment.

Eligibility/ Selection Criteria
To be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must be:
  1. A Hume Resident.
  2. Australian citizen, Australian Permanent Resident, NZ citizen, holder of a Permanent Humanitarian Visa or holder of a Temporary Protection Visa.
  3. Hold a certificate level III or below, or no tertiary qualification, or are articulating into a higher level qualification, e.g. Certificate IV to diploma.
  4. Be accepted into a course of study with Kangan Institute. Part-Time study of at least 0.5 study load will be eligible.
  5. A newly commencing student. Existing students will only be eligible if they are articulating from a lower level qualification to a higher level qualification.
Value
$2,500 per scholarship

How to apply
  • Applicants must be newly commencing students. Existing students will only be eligible if they are articulating from a lower level qualification to a higher level qualification.
  • Applicants must undertake a consultation with Kangan Institute’s Skills and Jobs Centre, prior to enrolment to be eligible for a scholarship.
  • Applicants must be enrolling in eligible courses.

Terms and Conditions apply

  • Recipients must currently reside in the Hume Local Government Area. Covering the following post-codes:
Attwood
Broadmeadows
Bulla     
Campbellfield    
Clarkefield (parts in Macedon Ranges)
Coolaroo 
Craigieburn
Dallas 
Diggers Rest (parts in Melton)
Fawkner (parts in Moreland)
Gladstone Park
Greenvale
Jacana  

3049
3047
3428
3061
3430
3048
3064
3047
3427
3060
3043
3059
3047

Kalkallo
Keilor (parts in Brimbank)
Meadow Heights
Melbourne Airport
Mickleham
Oaklands Junction
Roxburgh Park
Sunbury
Somerton
Tullamarine (parts in Brimbank/Moreland)
Westmeadows
Wildwood
Yuroke 

3064
3035
3048
3045
3064
3063
3064
3429
3062
3043
3049
3429
3063

  • Recipients will receive a payment of $1,500 upon meeting the criteria outlined above and commencement of classes. A second payment of $1,000 will be made after a 3 month review or upon completion of the course (whichever occurs first).
Contact
Skills and Jobs centre - 9279 2493 or email skills&jobscentre@kangan.edu.au


Kangan Institute acknowledges their campuses are located on the ancestral lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations. The institute respects the traditional custodians, elders and their cultural heritage.