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Scholarships

The ‘TAFE to CSU’ University & Pathway Scholarship

Charles Sturt University (CSU) has developed a scholarship program specifically for Diploma and Advanced Diploma students. More information is available from Charles Sturt University. Read more at http://futurestudents.csu.edu.au/courses/fees-and-costs/help-with-costs/scholarships/equity/tafe-uni-pathway

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarship

Scholarships are available to students of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin. For 2017, these scholarships are available for full Certificate III to Advanced Diploma level courses. If successful in being given the scholarship, you will get a 50% discount off the tuition fees for your first course up to $750.00. For more information, and to apply please see this form: Information and Application Form. Applications are on-going and always open!

Other scholarships

Information about a variety of scholarships and different types of assistance, such as travel grants and accommodation assistance, is also available from the 'myfuture' website at http://myfuture.edu.au/, and the scholarship search on 'The Good Universities Guide' website at www.gooduniguide.com.au/scholarship/search

Financial assistance and student grants

Students of Wodonga TAFE may also be eligible for financial assistance and student grants. Read more on our Financial assistance and student grants page.

Awards

Wodonga TAFE celebrates the achievements of its students with the annual Student Achievement Awards ceremony. Students from all areas of study can be nominated by their teachers, with a range of awards presented. In many instances, the awards recognise people who act as positive role models and who push the boundaries of their learning experience. Many students juggle their studies with family, work, and community commitments, making their achievements even more impressive.

Wodonga Institute of TAFE's awards for outstanding students of the year are awarded in the categories of apprentice, trainee, and vocational; along with staff award categories for teacher, industry, and client/support services. Recipients of these awards may also be eligible for nomination in the Victorian Training Awards.