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TAFE WA Scholarship

Be rewarded while studying for your degree at Murdoch University. This reward acknowledges commencing students who have completed a diploma, advanced diploma or associate degree at one of TAFE WA’s institutions and are continuing their studies in the same field at Murdoch University.

Provider:
TAFE WA
No. of Scholarships:
Multiple
Duration of Award:
1 year
Level of study:
  • Undergraduate
Semester Availability:
  • Semester 1
  • Semester 2
Study Area:
  • Business
  • Creative Arts and Communication
  • Engineering
  • Health
  • Science
  • Social and Cultural Studies
  • Teaching
  • Technology
  • Law and Criminology

Eligibility

To apply for this scholarship you must:

  • be a current or past student at one of the following institutions:
    • South Metropolitan TAFE
    • North Metropolitan TAFE
    • Regional TAFE
  • be completing, or have completed a diploma, advanced diploma or an associate degree; in the same field as your Murdoch University bachelor degree course
  • have submitted an application to Murdoch University, or are commencing your first semester, in one of Murdoch University's courses;
  • commence at Murdoch University within one semester of completing your TAFE course
  • give permission for your image and name to be used by the University in their media and publications.

This scholarship is available to both international and domestic students, however international students in receipt of an International Welcome Scholarship are not eligible for TAFE WA Scholarship​.

How to Apply

Compile the required documents, including the completed application form, and email them to scholarships@murdoch.edu.au​ by the closing date.

Required Documents

This scholarship requires you to provide the following documents:

Payment Method

Subject to the terms and conditions of the award being met, the $3,000 award is paid in two equal instalments (of AU$1,500 each) directly into your nominated Australian bank account in week 7 or 8 of each of the first two consecutive semesters of study.