The Lawrence R. Tedesco Memorial Scholarship for Indigenous Students was established to support Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students who are experi...
Deadly Education Scholarships
Deadly scholarships are administered on behalf of the Indigenous Student Success Program. Only Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are eligible to apply.
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How to apply
Externally managed. Apply at https://federation.edu.au/current-students/starting-at-federation/scholarships/indigenous-scholarships
Please see eligibility criteria below:
Must be enrolled in an enabling (Fast program), undergraduate, honours or post-graduate course
Part-time students will be paid pro rata
Not receiving a Start-Up Loan from Centrelink. If you are receiving a Start-Up Loan please come and talk to us about cancelling this request to receive this scholarship.
How to Apply
To be considered for these scholarships applicants must log in to the Scholarships and Grants management System.
Upon application, you will be required to provide the following:
Centrelink Authorisation Form
Confirmation of Aboriginality
If you do not have your Confirmation of Aboriginality you may submit a Statutory Declaration that declares that you are; of Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander descent; identify as being Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander; are accepted by the community in which you live or have formerly lived.
Note: All Statutory Declarations will be monitored by the Aboriginal Education Centre. If a query is made, the onus will be put back onto the applicant to explore and prove their Aboriginality (meeting all three key criteria’s of the Confirmation of Aboriginality)
Note 2: A Statutory Declaration is a legal binding document. Serious consequences will be applied to those found providing incorrect information and falsifying documents.