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Camperdown NSW 2050
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As an affiliate student, you become part of the St John’s community and share in the benefits that residential students experience. This includes the comprehensive tutorial program and access to all College spaces and facilities. The College becomes your daytime “home” on campus with a locker for you to store your books, sports equipment and other items. As an Affiliate student you receive priority on the waiting list for residential vacancies that may arise during the year.
The College academic year runs from Saturday 22 February – Monday 30 November 2020 – a total of 40 weeks (2 x 20 week semesters which include the mid-year break).
St John’s is committed to providing opportunities for assistance with costs associated with living at the College. Various scholarships and bursaries, with a total value over $500,000, are awarded at the discretion of the College, to commencing and returning students.
Scholarships and Bursaries range in amounts and are attributed to College fees. Scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate high academic achievement or outstanding abilities. Bursaries are awarded to students who are Australian citizens, primarily based on financial need, and are offered on the condition that other means of financial support have been explored and exhausted.
As part of your application for a 2020 Scholarship or Bursary you will be requested to upload the following documents.
Open to Commencing students only.
Application closes Friday 10 January 2020.
Applicants will be considered for all Scholarships and Bursaries for which they are eligible and will be notified of the result of their application on or before 30 January 2020.
The specific scholarships below may be applied for separately. To apply please click on the scholarship name to open the appropriate application form.
Financial assistance applications are means tested and ranked against all other applicants. The College reserves the right to decline financial assistance where the College determines students have a reasonable ability to pay. Financial assistance is awarded as a credit against College fees each semester.
Supporting documentation will need to be included with your application to demonstrate your need. This can include:
Tax return records and Income Tax Assessments for you and your parents for the past two years
Evidence of academic achievement including transcripts of academic results.
We recommend applying at the same time as you apply for a place at College. Some of the supporting documentation required for the financial assistance application is included in your application for a place at the College.
St John’s College offers approximately 20 employment positions to students, from the beginning of their second year at College.