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International student means; you are not an Australian citizen or permanent resident, a New Zealand citizen or a permanent humanitarian visa holder.

Hume Multiversity Tertiary Scholarships

Status Application Dates Value
Open

Rolling selection until funding allocated

Up to $2,500

Hume Multiversity aims to develop and promote partnerships between business, education and community by offering a range of programs and services which increase employability and assist local businesses and industries to grow.

Scholarship Overview

A Tertiary Scholarship Program that supports Hume residents to undertake tertiary education. Proudly supported by the Hume City Council- Hume Multiversity program.

Audience

Students enrolling in a Melbourne Polytechnic course in 2022.

Scholarship Format / Structure

Recipients will receive a payment of $1,500 upon meeting the criteria outlined above and commencement of classes. A second payment of $1,000 will be made after a 3-month review or upon completion of the course (whichever occurs first).
Funding will be paid in the form of personal cheque/s to be utilised by the recipient at their discretion to support their studies e.g. course or material fees, uniforms, equipment, technology etc.

Number of Scholarships Available

20+  

Selection Criteria

Enrolling students will need to meet the scholarship eligibility requirements specified.

Sponsor

Hume multiversity scholarship social image

Hume City Council - Hume Multiversity

Hume Multiversity aims to develop and promote partnerships between business, education and community by offering a range of programs and services which increase employability and assist local businesses and industries to grow.

Eligibility

Students enrolling in a Melbourne Polytechnic course in 2022, and:

  • Hold a Certificate level III or below, or no tertiary qualification, or are articulating into a higher level qualification eg. Cert IV to Diploma (some exemptions apply);
  • Australian citizen, Australian Permanent Resident, NZ citizen, holder of a Permanent Humanitarian Visa or holder of a Temporary Protection Visa;
  • Be accepted into a course of study with a Multiversity partner. Part-Time study of at least 0.5 study load will be eligible;
  • Applicants must currently reside in the Hume Local Government Area and provide proof of residence. Covering the following post-codes:

Attwood- 3049

Broadmeadows- 3047

Bulla- 3428

Campbellfield- 3061

Clarkefield (parts in Macedon Ranges)- 3430

Coolaroo- 3048

Craigieburn- 3064

Dallas- 3047

Diggers Rest (parts in Melton)- 3427

Fawkner (parts in Moreland)- 3060

Gladstone Park- 3043

Greenvale- 3059

Jacana- 3047

Kalkallo- 3064

Keilor (parts in Brimbank)- 3035

Meadow Heights- 3048

Melbourne Airport- 3045

Mickleham- 3064

Oaklands Junction- 3063

Roxburgh Park- 3064

Sunbury- 3429

Somerton- 3062

Tullamarine (parts in Brimbank/Moreland)- 3043

Westmeadows- 3049

Wildwood- 3429

Yuroke- 3063

  • Applicants must be enrolling in qualifications that have strong prospects for employment within the city of Hume, including:

Application Instructions

  1. Finalise Melbourne Polytechnic course enrolment.
  2. Complete and return the scholarship application form to scholarships@melbournepolytechnic.edu.au and advise your enrolling officer.

Please note: scholarship eligibility can be confirmed via application prior to finalising enrolment though funding will not be paid until enrolment is complete.

The upfront costs to buy the setup kit appeared to be a major hurdle but on the advice of his caseworker, Julian applied for and won a $500 equipment and materials scholarship.
Julian Eskander
Certificate III in Barbering - Scholarship Recipient
Student Testimonial portrait - Eskander Julian