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The University of Sydney offers an extensive range of scholarships for students studying undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Information about these can be found on the University website.
In addition to the University's scholarship program, The Women's College also offers a number of scholarships for resident students. These are offered on the basis of merit and financial need. Scholarships are available, for example, to students from government schools, rural areas, Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds, post graduate medical students and students aiming to study at the Conservatorium of Music.
Students seeking consideration for a residential scholarship must first complete the on-line residency application.
Scholarship applications for 2016 are now open and will close at 5pm on Monday 5 October, 2015.
Scholarships are also available for new Affiliate students of high academic merit who have attended a government secondary school. Please contact the Admissions Registrar for further information.
The Grace Frazer Award is an academic entrance prize given to the student or students who enter the College in their first year of tertiary study with the highest ATAR in their College fresher cohort. It is valued at $6,000 and in 2014 three students received the Award for their ATAR of 99.95.
No application is required for this Award. Proof of ATAR is the only requirement.
Note: The Women's College does not award scholarships at mid-year (Semester 2) entry.
For further information on College scholarships, please contact Ann Armstrong, Admissions Registrar on + 61 (0)2 95175018 or firstname.lastname@example.org