Financial support is available to Flinders students through a wide range of government and donor-funded scholarships, plus support from external Trust and Foundations.
Scholarship options may be based on study area, cultural background, financial need or personal situation.
Many scholarships are only available to first year students, however select scholarships reward the commitment of students in subsequent years and those working towards their PhD.
The financial support may be for one year, or be provided annually for the duration of a degree. Selection is often based on academic merit and demonstrated financial need – please check the criteria with the scholarship listing.
You can apply for scholarships once you have enrolled in your topics via the Student System.
The Government of South Australia has established the Enabling Educator Excellence (E3) Scholarship for students commencing undergraduate or postgraduate initial teacher registration courses.
Commencing in 2023, 35 scholarships valued at $5,000 will be available each year for the duration of the funding.
The scholarship will have four streams:
The Matthew Flinders Scholarship is available to assist students, who are in financial hardship, to continue with the studies at Flinders University.
The scholarship, which is open to domestic and international students, is designed to assist students who have already completed the equivalent of at least one year of full time study.
Each scholarship is valued at $1,000 and there are currently 70 scholarships available.
Applications close on 15 March 2023.
Contact Flinders Connect with all your enquiries. We are located on Level 0, Central Library, Bedford Park campus.
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