Scholarships are available for girls who are:
Scholarship Examinations will be held on Saturday 21 October 2023 from 9am – 11.30am.
Applications for Scholarship Examinations will open on Monday 14 August 2023 and close on Friday 15 September 2023.
Previous unsuccessful applicants are welcome to re-sit the scholarship examination.
Please note the $50 fee is only payable once regardless of the number of scholarship categories selected.
St Ursula’s College is proud to offer a range of Scholarships and Bursaries to support the unique needs of our students.
Merici Academic Scholarships
These scholarships are based on previous two years school reports, St Ursula’s College Scholarship Examination result and NAPLAN and/or ICAS results and Literacy and Numeracy skills as evident in the examination.
Ursuline Academic Honour Scholarships
These scholarships are based on previous two years school reports, St Ursula’s College Scholarship Examination result and NAPLAN and/or ICAS results (if available).
Ursuline Academic and All Rounder Scholarships
These scholarships are based on previous two years school reports, St Ursula’s College Scholarship Examination result and NAPLAN and/or ICAS results and evidence-based high achievement in one or more of a selection of domains:
- Faith Leadership
- School Leadership
- Languages Other than English
- Public Speaking / Debating
- STEM Learning
- Information Communication Technology
- Digital Design
The Indigenous Youth Leadership Program (IYLP) – Smith Family Scholarships
The Indigenous Youth Leadership Program (IYLP) offers scholarships and leadership opportunities to young Indigenous Australians. The IYLP is offered in conjunction with the Indigenous Education at St Ursula’s College. This scholarship is open for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander girls commencing Year 7 in 2024 and any other year groups. Students must have Abstudy to qualify for a Smith Family IYLP Scholarship. For more information please see the Smith Family Scholarship page by clicking on this link Smith Family IYLP Scholarship.
St Ursula’s College offers annual Bursaries to young women who excel, or have the potential to excel, but whom without financial support would be unable to attend St Ursula’s College. Bursaries are offered on a 12 month basis, and are means tested and reviewed annually. For further information on bursaries and for an application package, please contact the College Registrar by phoning 07 4632 7611 or by email or firstname.lastname@example.org.