2024 Scholarships.

Part of Wesley’s long egalitarian tradition includes providing scholarships for talented young students, no matter their background or financial capability.

The annual scholarships are awarded for academic merit, music, and general excellence – with a number specifically for regional students. Academic ability is only one element in our selection process – along with the examination results, the student’s application and current school reports are also taken into consideration. Successful applicants must demonstrate a commitment to their academic studies and a willingness to engage in the full life of the College.

Applications for 2024 Year 7 and 10 Scholarships have now closed.

To apply for an Indigenous Scholarship, please click here.

To apply for the OWCA Presidents’ Award, please click here.


Key Dates

Applications Close for Regional Scholarships Friday 10 February 2023
Applications Close for Year 7 to 10 Scholarships Wednesday 15 February 2023
Scholarship Examination Day Friday 24 February 2023
Music Auditions Monday 20 - Thursday 23 February 2023
Applications close for the OWCA Presidents' Award Friday 7 April 2023
Applications close for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarships Wednesday 31 May 2023

2024 Scholarship Guide

Students performing at Perth Concert Hall
Sport is a key part of life at Wesley
Students learn practical skills as well as academic skills
Academic excellence is a given at Wesley
Repairing bikes for children in need
Teachers are invested in high-quality education
The boarding facilities at Wesley are award-winning
Music and the Arts are essential elements of Wesley life
We team up with our sister school for Drama productions
A focus on service for others makes Wesley special
Wesley competes in international events such as F1 in Schools
Wesley's unique Katitjin program takes Year 8 students off-campus for a term
We celebrate our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students


In line with our Uniting Church ethos, Wesley College has a proud history of providing educational opportunities for students who would not normally have the means to attend the College. We embrace a diverse community and we all benefit from this.


Needs-Based Bursaries (Years 7 – 11)

A number of needs-based bursaries are available to support a well-rounded and committed student who demonstrates sound academic achievement, but who otherwise would not have the opportunity to attend Wesley College.

A bursary application may be submitted independent of the scholarship process. Bursaries are awarded by the Head of Wesley College, in consultation with the Director of Finance, and they are non-public, confidential awards, treated in the strictest of confidence. Usually, these bursaries offer a 25% rebate, but they can be 50% in exceptional circumstances. Applicants and their families need to demonstrate a commitment toward, and empathy with, an independent education in a Uniting Church context.

Students who live in rural areas are given special consideration, but day admission will also be considered.

Howard Bantock Memorial Trust Bursary

This named bursary is given to a student who demonstrates an ’empathy for religious thinking and who is demonstrating qualities of Christian stewardship’. It is a needs-based award and the value varies according to need, and the availability of funds. Where applicable, the rebate is additionally applied to the boarding fee.

To Apply For A Bursary At Wesley

Bursary applications should include:

For information about scholarships and bursaries at Wesley College, please contact the Enrolments Office on (+61) 8 9368 8032 or at enrol@wesley.wa.edu.au



Hear From Our Current Scholarship Recipients