Mick Young Scholarship

The Mick Young Scholarship will not be offered in semester 1, 2018.  TAFE Directors Australia are reviewing the scholarship and hope to have opportunities for students in the future.

Wyndham Richardson Scholarship Fund

Originally established in 1983 the Wyndham Richardson Scholarship Fund awards scholarships, bursaries and prizes based on merit or reasons of equity to promote a recipient’s tertiary education. These are available to Australian Citizens or Australian Permanent Residents from any State or Territory studying in a tertiary institution.

The Wyndham Richardson Scholarship Fund provides scholarships valued at $1500 to assist full-time students enrolled in any TAFE SA Certificate IV or above who are in significant financial hardship.

Applications are closed and will re-open Semester 1 2019

Australian Disability and Indigenous Peoples' Education Fund

The Australian Disability and Indigenous Peoples' Education Fund (ADIPEF) assists people with disabilities from both indigenous and non-indigenous backgrounds. Small quarterly grants of up to $2500 will be awarded to assist people with disabilities to continue their learning.  Visit their website for more information.

June Opie Fellowship

The June Opie Fellowship is available to citizens and permanent residents of Australia, New Zealand and Canada who have a severe disability. Intended for those who plan to undertake postgraduate study with a view to entering the professions, particularly university teaching and research. One fellowship is granted annually for NZ$12 000. Applications close in October. Visit their website for more information

Sir Charles Bright Scholarship

The Sir Charles Bright Scholarships, worth $1500, are awarded annually to people with disability undertaking post-secondary education. Applicants must be residents of South Australia.

Applications for 2019 close 5.00pm on Thursday 31 January 2019.  Enquiries to David Penn, Administrator:  or by phoning the trust on 0439 490 010.

Redkite Education and Career Support Grants

Redkite's education support grants are available to help students aged 15-24 who have experienced cancer reach their study and work goals. Siblings whose education is disrupted during the cancer journey may also be eligible to receive Redkite's education assistance. Redkite's education and career assistance is provided via financial grants. Visit their website for more information

Stand Like Stone Foundation Educational Scholarship

These scholarships help people who identify with the Limestone Coast to undertake educational studies at any level – primary, secondary or tertiary courses. There are several grants and scholarships available. Visit their website for more information

Dawn Slade-Faull Award

These awards are available for South Australian residents who have an intellectual, physical, sensory or psychiatric disability. The awards are to assist the personal or professional development of successful applicants as artists or craftspersons through advanced tuition, exhibition opportunities, special equipment, and product marketing or other means specific to the needs of individual award winners. Applications called for in September and close in December. Enquiries are welcome throughout the year. See their website for details.  Visit their website for more information

Stump Jump Scholarship

Foundation Barossa offers the Stump Jump Scholarship to young people living in the Barossa who have a physical, psychiatric, financial or cultural barrier to accessing tertiary education. See their website for details.  Visit their website for more information

Australian Veterans' Children Assistance Trust (AVCAT)

These scholarships are for the children or grandchildren of veterans, who need financial assistance to support their studies. Visit their website for more information

Robert Rose Foundation

The Robert Rose Foundation assists people with spinal cord injuries and their families who are in necessitous circumstances.

Grants go towards providing support to those with spinal cord injuries and their families. Funding support is used for Spinal Cord Injured (SCI) equipment, sporting equipment, home modifications and further education programs. Visit their website for more information

Dame Roma Mitchell Grants

The Dame Roma Mitchell Grants provide financial assistance for young people up to 29 years old to contribute to the achievement of personal goals, health and wellbeing, and personal development. Visit their website for more information

City of West Torrens Careers in Local Government Scholarship

Scholarships are offered to residents of the West Torrens Council area in courses such as community services. Applicants must be:

  • an Australian citizen, have Permanent Residency status or be a holder of a Permanent Humanitarian Visa
  • a resident of the City of West Torrens
  • an undergraduate student of a recognised TAFE course.

For details, contact the City of West Torrens by email or phone +61 8 8416 6333.

The Trevor Prescott Memorial Scholarship

Applicants must be South Australian or Northern Territory residents, 20-30 years old and in need of financial assistance to help them undertake further studies or research. The scholarship is valued in excess of $25,000. See the Masonic Foundation website for details or call +61 8 8443 9909.

Masonic Foundation on (08) 8443 9909 or see the Masonic Foundation website.

Wyatt Work Start and Financial Assistance Grants

Financial assistance may be sought from this scheme by individuals in financial hardship, who have been resident in South Australia for five years or more, and who have an unexpected crisis that impacts on their ability to pay fees, materials or debts.

Speak to a TAFE SA student counsellor for more information. 

World Vision Scholarship

For decades World Vision has joined communities around the world in the fight to eliminate poverty and its many causes. We do this through relief and development programs, advocacy and education projects, and by empowering communities to become agents of change.

Now we hope to inspire future generations of Australians.  The World Vision scholarship supports Australian students studying the arts, humanities, social sciences and international studies to follow their passions and drive meaningful change in the world. Visit their website for more information