The Destination Australia Scholarship is an initiative of the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment. The program is designed to provide scholarships for domestic and international students, to study and live, in regional Australia.
In 2024, TAFE SA is offering five scholarships to eligible students wishing to study the Bachelor of Tourism, Hospitality and Events Management (099074G / CRS1400588) over three years, commencing in Semester 2, 2024. Applications close 1 May, 2024.
Check out the terms and conditions for further details, including eligibility criteria and the application process. *Priority will be given to applicants who are the first in their family to undertake a degree, First Nations peoples, applicants from low-socio-economic circumstances and applicants living with a disability.
Please ensure you meet all eligibility criteria before submitting an application.
Before applying, please read the Bachelor of Tourism, Hospitality and Events Management course page carefully.
Applications open soon.
TAFE SA reserves the right to close the application dates early if all sponsorship places have been filled.
If you have a verified disability/medical condition and require additional support to demonstrate satisfactory reading, writing and numeracy skills please contact Student Services prior to applying to discuss your needs. To be eligible for support you must provide medical documentation to verify your disability/medical condition.
Scholarship value: AU$45,000 (AU$7,500 per semester)
Length of scholarship: 3 years
Number of scholarships available: 5
Opening Date: 15 January, 2024
Close Date: 1 May, 2024 or until all Scholarships have been allocated
Course: Bachelor of Tourism, Hospitality and Events Managemenent (099074G/CRS1400588)
Location: TAFE SA Barossa Campus,Old Kapunda Road, Nuriootpa, South Australia 5355
Course duration: 3 years
Fees: Fees: AU$13,076 per annum*, plus incidental fees such as text books between $1200* to $2,000* (* fees are correct as of 22 November 2023 and are subject to change each year).
Total degree cost is AU$39,226
Intake: July 2024
Study mode: Full-time, face-to-face
(2 days per week)
Successful applicants must provide their banking details to TAFE SA for payment to occur. Scholarship payment instalments will be processed within four weeks of the commencement of classes each semester.
Through the Department of Education, the Australian Government funds the Destination Australia scholarship program to offer students from Australia and overseas the opportunity to undertake high-quality education, training and research whilst experiencing regional and rural Australia.
TAFE SA reserves the right to close the scholarship applications early should we receive sufficient applications.
TAFE SA reserves the right to amend the terms, conditions, and eligibility criteria at its discretion.
Any of the following are required:
The official closing date for applications is 1 May, 2024. All applicants will be notified after this date unless you have heard from TAFE SA beforehand.
Yes, it is a requirement that all students live in the Barossa Valley or a nearby approved regional location for the duration of the scholarship (please note, Gawler is not an approved regional location – please refer to the regional listing). Applicants can relocate to the Barossa Valley if successful.
No, the scholarship in not transferable to any other course, location or intake and is not deferable.
No, students are required to arrange their own accommodation and relocation to the Barossa Valley or approved region.
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Destination Australia Scholarship enquiries can be directed to Sharon Manuel - Manager, Education Partnerships Business and Arts, TAFE SA (ph 0461 320 809).
Freecall 1800 882 661