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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarship
The Endeavour College of Natural Health Academic Achiever Scholarship provides financial support to recent secondary school leavers and school gap year students from 17-19 years of age (in year of application) that identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.
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How to apply
To be eligible for an Academic Achievers Scholarship you must:
Be an Australian citizen or Australian resident;
Be aged between 17-19 (in the year of application) and have been awarded your Year 12 certificate;
Identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
Be turning 18 within six months of commencing study with Endeavour College of Natural Health;
Prospective students under the age of 18 must have their enrolment paper work witnessed by a parent or guardian;
Be able to demonstrate academic excellence in your secondary school results, specifically science subjects (Chemistry, Biology);
Be genuinely passionate about pursuing a career in natural health;
The recipient must be able to commit to full time (24 hours a week), on campus study for Bachelor of Health Science degrees except for online only subjects or full time online study for the Bachelor of Complementary Medicine for the relevant teaching period ;
The Scholarship place is not transferable to other courses;
The Scholarship recipients must meet all course admission requirements as per the College’s Admissions Policy.
How to Apply
Visit the Endeavour College of Natural Health scholarships page for information on how to apply.