Studying at university is a life-changing experience that often requires some support. Find out how an honours scholarship from Murdoch can help you to fully achieve your potential.
What is a scholarship?
A scholarship is a payment made to an eligible student to support their study. It’s not a loan so does not need to be repaid. Most scholarships are not intended to be used to pay tuition fees, but can help to cover university costs such as books, living expenses and transport.
Murdoch offers scholarships for:
- students facing financial hardship
- students with records of high achievement
- students from regional areas
- Indigenous students
- international students
- students studying specific courses
There are also many scholarships offered by external providers, including government and private organisations. Browse our scholarships pages for more information about our honours scholarships, and find out if you are eligible to apply.
Ready to apply?
If you’ve decided what to study and know the entry requirements for your course, take the next step and apply to Murdoch.