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We offer a large variety of scholarships with different eligibility criteria, so there’s a good chance you’ll find one that suits you.

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Narrm Scholarship Program

Our new scholarship program provides
eligible students with financial and
enrichment support throughout your studies

About our scholarships

Scholarships aren't just for high achievers. We also award scholarships that recognise individual circumstances.

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Global scholarships and fellowships

Our University community offers a wide range of scholarships with unique opportunities in Australia and around the world.

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  • Joel Deane
    "The people I met and places I saw in Ireland resonated deeply. During my trip I attended the Cork International Poetry Festival, participated in five poetry workshops, ran one poetry workshop, gave five poetry readings, met dozens of poets and writers, travelled more than 1700 miles, and found my ancestral home outside Lorrha, Tipperary. I will write at least one novel and several poems as a direct consequence of the Buckley prize."
    - Joel Deane
  • "There is no way to overstate the impact that the John Monash Scholarship had on my life. It permitted me to undertake my Master of Fine Arts studies at the University of California, Los Angeles in the Interdisciplinary Studio program. During my time there I have had the opportunity to study with some of the leading visual artists practicing today including Mary Kelly, Barbara Kruger and Andrea Fraser. Being part of the community at UCLA has also enabled me to create incredible networks with peers and visiting professors that has inordinately furthered my career in the field of art, make the transition from lawyer to artist, and contribute to the growing field of legal aesthetics."
    Read Shevaun Wright's story