Subsidies and Scholarships
If you are applying for a higher education course it is important to understand how much your study might cost, as well as the types of financial assistance that may be available to you.
The information in these pages is a starting point for exploring the range of scholarships offered by SATAC's participating institutions and the Commonwealth Government, and for understanding how tertiary places are funded and how this affects you.
You can find information on the fees associated with studying individual courses on the respective institutions' websites.
Institution Equity Scholarships
Institution Equity Scholarships (IES) are university funded and targeted to undergraduate students who can provide proof of financial need.
Applications for mid year 2018 will open on Monday 2 July 2018. For information on IES and who can apply, see the Equity Scholarships page.
The information contained in these pages is subject to change due to government reform. SATAC makes every effort to ensure that the information presented here is as accurate as possible, but you are encouraged to check for new information at studyassist.gov.au or contact the Student Enquiry Line on 1800 020 108.
Scholarships and grants
Many of SATAC's participating institutions provide a range of scholarships and grants to assist students financially.Learn more
Funding of higher education places
The Australian Government contributes part of the cost of higher education for Commonwealth supported students.Learn more
Financial assistance for students
Information on Australian Government Department of Human Services financial assistance for eligible students.Learn more