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Scholarships

The main round of Semester 1, 2023 scholarship applications are now closed.

Applicants will be advised the outcome of their application by close of business on Tuesday 28 February 2023.
There are still some scholarships open for application.
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$4.3 Million Is available to UniSC students in scholarships and bursaries each year.
More than 1500 students Were supported by a scholarship or bursary this year.
More than 90 percent Have some form of equity hardship element as part of the selection criteria
One form Is used to apply for most undergraduate scholarships and bursaries.
Research students

If you are considering undertaking a Higher Degree by Research (HDR), UniSC has a range of scholarship opportunities available. Scholarships can cover living stipend, tuition fees or top up scholarships.

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Indigenous students

Indigenous and Australian South Sea Islander students are encouraged to apply for a range of scholarships and bursaries. These can provide financial support throughout your studies to relieve financial pressures.

International students

We offer a range of scholarship opportunities to our international students. These can help relieve financial stress so you can focus on your studies and enjoy your time at UniSC.

Academic prizes and awards

Prizes and Awards are sponsored by a number of different donors to support students and acknowledge high academic achievement during study and upon graduation.

How to apply

You can apply for most scholarships using one form through APPLYUSC. Create a new account if you have not received your offer to study. New and continuing students can use their UniSC username and password with their student ID number as the application number.

Supporting documents

Prepare your supporting documents before you apply. Each scholarship will require different information but could include: 

Student stories

Jensiya Joy Christy Bachelor Of Nursing At Moreton Bay Unisc Asylum Seeker Scholarship Recipient
Searching for a miracle

After 18 years, four detention centres, one perilous journey, and a life that started in a refugee camp, Jensiya Joy Christy has a new hope for life, studying nursing thanks to an Asylum Seeker scholarship from UniSC.

Expanded scholarships create new opportunities

Nine students who began their studies at USC Moreton Bay have been formally presented with Moreton Bay Regional Council Scholarships, worth $8,000 for each year of study.

Belinda Christensen
Achieving dreams twenty years after high school

Belinda longed to deepen her knowledge and go to university, but hesitated due to personal circumstances and perceptions of being a mature aged student. A scholarship helped make her dreams a reality.