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We're excited to let you know about scholarships and grants to help you complete your studies.

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From time to time local businesses, organisations or government offer scholarships and grants across various learning areas and study departments. They aim to help cover the tuition of your studies. We will list them here when they are open for application.

Scholarship Program for Young Australians

Exciting opportunities await! If you are aged 15-24, you may be eligible to apply for a scholarship of up to $13,000 to undertake an approved vocational course from Certificate III to Advanced Diploma Level!

The aim of the program is to support Young Australians or ex ADF to gain critical employability skills, which are embedded in Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualifications, enabling them to enter and stay in the workforce.

Please note that this scholarship is available to residents living in Shepparton, Mooroopna, Tatura, Echuca, Cobram, Numurkah, Nathalia and Kyabram.

Get in quick as Round 2 applications open on 24th April 2020.

Visit the Busy at Work website for more detail and to apply

Rural and Regional Enterprise Scholarships

Get a scholarship valued at up to $18,000 with the Rural and Regional Enterprise Scholarships Program (RRESP). The program has been introduced to improve access to and completion of tertiary education courses for students from regional and remote areas in Australia for qualifications including Certificate IV, Diploma or Graduate Certificate.

Scholarship applications are now open for 2020 and will be offered throughout the 2020 academic year. Program Guidelines, eligibility requirements and information on how to apply are available online.

Young Farmers Scholarship Program

Young farmers across Victoria are being encouraged to take advantage of an opportunity to expand their skills, knowledge and agricultural expertise through the latest program backed by the Andrews Labor Government.

Minister for Agriculture, Jaclyn Symes today launched the 2020 Upskill and Invest Young Farmers Scholarships, which allows successful applicants to access further study and training, as well as invest in on-farm initiatives and further professional development.

The program offers scholarships of up to $10,000 to support training and study in areas such as business and risk management, genetics and pasture management develop.

Once recipients complete their studies, they will receive further funding of up to $5,000 to invest in putting their new skills into practice in fields such as professional development and business planning, or to invest in on-farm practices, equipment and technology.

Applications are now open to farmers aged 35 or under who have been working in a farm business for at least three days a week for the last three months, with at least two years total experience on-farm.

Applications close on Sunday 14 June 2020.

Learn more about the Young Farmers Scholarship

Real Futures Grant

The grant is awarded annually to one person and is worth $5,000. Applications for the 2019–20 grant open November 1st 2019 until October 31st 2020.

Learn more about the Real Futures Grant