Scholarships, Bursaries & Awards
St John’s College offers a large number of awards to reward excellence and to support high performing students, regardless of background or means. Scholarships and prizes are awarded for academic achievement, and bursaries are given to support students in financial need.
There are some combined awards. Some awards are administered by the College itself, while some are administered by the St John’s College Foundation, a charitable foundation established in 1991 with the object of supporting the College. The large majority of awards come from generous benefactions by Old Johnians and other friends of the College.
For further information on scholarships, awards and bursaries, including eligibility for and conditions of awards, and how to apply, please visit St John’s College Foundation.
- Academic scholarships, for sustained academic excellence;
- Bursaries, where demonstrable financial need is a barrier to being at College: some bursaries are combined with scholarships, thus requiring academic excellence, as well; and
- Cultural, sporting, and general scholarships, for excellence in extra-curricular pursuits.
We especially welcome applications for admission from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, who may be able to secure significant residential fee support via the Australian Government’s ABSTUDY scheme. The Joe Croft Indigenous Award supports indigenous students with sundry fees and educational resources.
Supporting Our Students
If you would like to contribute funds for awards to support student excellence, then please contact Rose Alwyn Warden on 07 3842 6600 or email@example.com. Donations to the College and to the St John’s College Foundation are tax deductible.
Applications for 2021 will open towards the end of the year.
Continuing/returning students: Dates to be confirmed
Commencing students: Dates to be confirmed
Students* who hope to commence in 2021, but who do not yet have an offer of admission should nevertheless apply by the closing date in order to be eligible.
(Students seeking entry to St John’s College are advised to submit their scholarship application once open)
Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted. Please read the terms and conditions of College awards.
Applications must be made using the prescribed application form. All required supporting documentation must accompany the application form. Results do not need to be in the form of formally certified documents: for continuing students, a copy of an online memorandum of results will suffice for The University of Queensland grades; similarly for online portal displays of OP/ATAR scores.