Details about UNE Residential Financial Assistance Scholarships 2023
UNE Residential Financial Assistance Scholarships 2023 is offered for Bachelors, Masters degree in the field of All subjects offered by the university. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 04 Jan 2023. This scholarship is provided by University of New England and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, 37% - 66% discount on residential fees . This scholarship is open for: Open to citizens of Australia.
- Deadline: 04 Jan 2023
- Scholarship value: Partial Funding, 37% - 66% discount on residential fees
The University of New England has established residential scholarships to encourage qualified and motivated students who may not otherwise have considered college living because of financial constraints, to reside in a UNE residential college and be involved in the college community.
- Applicants must be Australian citizens, permanent residents, and international students.
- Open to ALL new commencing students.
- Open to continuing UNE students in any year of a degree/course who have not previously resided in a UNE college/residence.
- Open to current recipients of a UNE Residential Financial Assistance scholarship seeking an extension of their scholarship.
- The applicant must be able to demonstrate financial need.
- The applicant is living or intending to live in a UNE Residential College.
The listed documents are acceptable forms of evidence in each of the following criteria:
- Financial need
- A copy of a Centrelink statement of their Income Tax Return (if independent), and/or
- Their parent's/parents' Income Tax Return/s (if dependent), and/or
- A letter from an authorised person (e.g. Community leader, school principal, minister of religion, accountant) that comments of the applicant's financial circumstances.
- Statement of Case outlining
- What impact will NOT receiving the scholarship have on your studies?
- What special conditions or obstacles have you overcome in your path to study? e.g. financial, geographic, cultural or other disadvantage.