Bursary/Scholarships

Our bursary/scholarships offer eligible students the financial support they need to succeed in their studies. We currently offer two scholarships (the academic excellence and Christian leadership) and a bursary for financial hardship.

This scholarship is awarded to new or returning students of Raymont Residential College to recognise and reward outstanding academic achievements at school or university, student leadership and community involvement. The scholarship will assist with student accommodation expenses whilst studying in Brisbane.

 

Applications open: 17 September 2018

Applications close: 22 November 2018

The successful applicant will be notified on 21 December 2018. The presentation of the scholarship certificate will take place in February 2019.

How to apply

You must submit a written application by the closing date. If you have already applied in the last six months you do not need to apply again. Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application via email on or before 21 December 2018.

Download the application form.

Please contact the Raymont Registrar Lisa Poore on (07) 3377 9903 or by email lisa.poore@raymont.com.au for further information or assistance.

More information

Benefit type

The scholarship consists of an accommodation and meals allowance of $3,000 for one calendar year. This will be paid to the student in two instalments of $1,500 at the end of Semester One and Semester Two.

Citizenship requirements

Australian citizen or resident.

Value

One $3,000 award.

Applicable study areas

All study areas in tertiary courses offered by an approved higher education provider in Brisbane.

Total number of bursaries

A minimum of one or a maximum of three scholarships may be awarded from 2019 to 2021.

Eligibility and selection criteria

To be eligible for this bursary, you need to:

  • be a new or returning student at Raymont Residential College paying college fees.
  • be enrolled in a tertiary degree course at an approved higher education provider in Brisbane (e.g. Queensland University of Technology, the University of Queensland, Trinity College Queensland, Griffith University or South Bank TAFE).
  • be undertaking a full-time load of three subjects or more. Students undertaking a single subject or a non-award course (e.g. study abroad or exchange) are not eligible.
  • provide a written submission that demonstrates your outstanding academic achievement, excellent student leadership skills and dedicated community involvement.
  • include in your submission a minimum of your previous year’s academic results.
  • provide supporting documentation including a reference from your school principal or equivalent.

 

The Scholarships Advisory Council will make determinations on recipients of scholarships based on advertised selection criteria, and may receive recommendations from specialist advisors such as the principal of Raymont Residential College.

The Scholarships Committee in consultation with the Synod Finance Investment and Property Board will review and approve all disbursements from the Queensland Synod Scholarship Fund.

The Christ Family Scholarship for Christian Leadership assists new or returning Raymont Residential College residents of the Christian faith, studying in Brisbane with their accommodation and meals expenses.

 

Applications open: 17 September 2018

Applications close: 22 November 2018

The successful applicant will be notified on 21 December 2018. The presentation of the award certificate will take place in February 2019.

How to apply

You must submit a written application by the closing date. If you have already applied in the last six months you do not need to apply again. Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application via email on or before 21 December 2018.

Download the application form.

Please contact the Raymont Registrar Lisa Poore on (07) 3377 9903 or by email lisa.poore@raymont.com.au further information or assistance.

More information

Benefit type

The bursary consists of an accommodation and meals allowance.

An allowance of $5,000 for one bursary for one calendar year, OR an allowance of $2,500 for two bursaries for one calendar year are available. Fifty per cent will be paid to the student in two instalments at the end of Semester One and Semester Two.

Citizenship requirements

Australian citizen or resident.

Value

One $5,000 award OR two awards of $2,500 each.

Applicable study areas

All study areas in tertiary courses offered by an approved higher education provider in Brisbane.

Total number of bursaries

A minimum of three or a maximum of six bursaries may be awarded from 2019 to 2021.

Eligibility and selection criteria

To be eligible for this bursary, you need to:

  • be a new or returning resident at Raymont Residential College paying college fees.
  • be enrolled in a tertiary degree course at an approved higher education provider in Brisbane (e.g. Queensland University of Technology, the University of Queensland, Trinity College Queensland, Griffith University or South Bank TAFE).
  • be undertaking a full-time load of three subjects or more. Students undertaking a single subject or a non-award course (e.g. study abroad or exchange) are not eligible.
  • be a Christian from any church denomination under 25 years of age and have displayed leadership in your local church and/or Christian group (e.g. local Uniting Church, Scripture Union, Redfrogs). A letter of endorsement from your minister, school teacher or Christian group leader needs to accompany the application.
  • display a willingness to participate in the activities of the Raymont Residential College Christian Fellowship Group.
  • include details of financial need, geographical location and/or other disadvantage where applicable.

The Scholarships Advisory Council will make determinations on recipients of scholarships based on advertised selection criteria, and may receive recommendations from specialist advisors such as the principal of Raymont Residential College.

The Scholarships Committee in consultation with the Synod Finance Investment and Property Board will review and approve all disbursements from the Queensland Synod Scholarship Fund.

This bursary assists new or returning students of Raymont Residential College experiencing adverse financial circumstances with the costs of residential accommodation whilst undertaking tertiary study in Brisbane. The bursary is made possible by the support of past residents of Raymont Residential College.

 

Applications open: 17 September 2018

Applications close: 22 November 2018

The successful applicant will be notified on 21 December 2018. The presentation of the award certificate will take place in February 2019.

How to apply

You must submit a written application by the closing date. If you have already applied in the last six months you do not need to apply again. Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application via email on or before 21 December 2018.

Download the application form.

Please contact the Raymont Registrar Lisa Poore on (07) 3377 9903 or by email lisa.poore@raymont.com.au for further information or assistance.

More information

Benefit type

The bursary consists of an accommodation and meals allowance of $3,000 for one calendar year. This will be paid to the student in two instalments of $1,500 at the end of Semester One and Semester Two.

Citizenship requirements

Australian citizen or resident.

Value

One $3,000 award.

Applicable study areas

All study areas in tertiary courses offered by an approved higher education provider in Brisbane.

Total number of bursaries

A minimum of one and a maximum of three bursaries may be awarded from 2019 to 2021.

Eligibility and selection criteria

To be eligible for this bursary, you need to:

  • be a new or returning student at Raymont Residential College paying college fees.
  • be enrolled in a tertiary degree course at an approved higher education provider in Brisbane (e.g. Queensland University of Technology, the University of Queensland, Trinity College Queensland, Griffith University or South Bank TAFE).
  • be undertaking a full-time load of three subjects or more. Students undertaking a single subject or a non-award course (e.g. study abroad or exchange) are not eligible.
  • provide a written submission that demonstrates your financial hardship including geographical or social disadvantage. Evidence to support your submission would be advantageous.
  • include in your submission your academic and leadership potential; supported by a minimum of your previous year’s academic results.
  • provide a letter of support from your school teacher, community leader, employer or family friend.

 

The Scholarships Advisory Council will make determinations on recipients of scholarships based on advertised selection criteria, and may receive recommendations from specialist advisors such as the principal of Raymont Residential College.

The Scholarships Committee in consultation with the Synod Finance Investment and Property Board will review and approve all disbursements from the Queensland Synod Scholarship Fund.

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