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We award a number of scholarships every year ranging from $4000-$17,500. Scholarships are awarded to successful applicants on a range of criteria, especially with financial needs and the likely contributions the student can make to the College. 

Once your intercollegiate application form has been received, you will be sent an individualised link that allows you to apply for scholarships. If you have any questions, please email the Admissions Team.

See our full list of scholarships below

Needs-based Scholarships

Access scholarships are awarded on a range of criteria to students who could otherwise not afford residence at St Hilda’s College. Applicants for these scholarships must complete the scholarship application form as well as the Financial Assistance form to demonstrate their level of financial need. These forms are strictly confidential.

See more detail on these scholarships below:

Academic Excellence & Leadership Scholarships

Academic Excellence and Leadership Scholarships are awarded to students following a panel-based decision-making process that considers academic results and other attributes that reflect the values of St Hilda’s College.

While academic merit and results are a core part of our decision-making, this holistic process ensure that we can celebrate amazing academic results while also remaining committed to our founding principle of providing an educational experience for a diverse community of students, regardless of where you to come to us from. 

See more detail on these scholarships below:

Industry Partnerships

St Hilda’s College is excited to announce that we are launching a new cooperative industry partnership program, commencing in 2024.

Our first partnership is the St Hilda’s College and Northrop Women in STEM Scholarship. Combining residential fee assistance and three paid Summer internships, this scholarship is worth $60k over three years*.

*Subject to satisfactory academic progress and ongoing residence at St Hilda’s College for the three years of the recipient’s undergraduate degree.