Institution Equity Scholarships
(IES) are university funded and targeted to undergraduate
students who can provide proof of financial need. The
University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia
will offer 2014 Institution Equity Scholarships with a
centralised application through SATAC.
By submitting one free application through SATAC you will be
considered for all Institution Equity Scholarships offered by
Applications will open on Thursday 23
Who can apply for an Institution Equity
You can apply for an IES
through SATAC if:
You have been made an
offer to commence study in 2014 at the University of
Adelaide or the University of South Australia, OR
You will be continuing a
course of study at the University of South Australia in 2014
that you commenced prior to 2014.
You will be enrolling in
a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP): Therefore full fee
paying international students are not eligible.
Your citizenship must be either:
Australian citizen, or
Holder of a permanent humanitarian visa, or
Permanent resident, or
New Zealand citizen.
What information do I need to start an equity scholarship application?
Depending on your applicant status you will need to enter
you applied through SATAC for a place at the
University of Adelaide or the University of South Australia
for 2014, you will be asked for your SATAC university
reference number, OR
you studied prior
to 2014 and you intend to continue your studies at the
University of South Australia in 2014, you
will be asked for your current student number and details of
the course you are studying.
To supply proof of financial disadvantage:
- If you have a Commonwealth means-tested income support payment you will be asked for your Centrelink Customer Reference Number (CRN) or your Department of Veterans Affairs file number, OR
- You will need to supply an income statement for each person in your household for the last two financial years.
If you wish to be considered for a rural/regional ranking
you will need to supply your permanent residence postcode,
and indicate that you moved for study.
The names and postcodes for the last two years of your