‘Great things are accomplished by talented people who believe they will accomplish them.’
2018 Scholarship Entry – Closed
2019 Scholarship Entry – Applications open December 2017
Wesley College offers a range of scholarships for both prospective and current students:
- Academic accomplishment and general excellence (Years 7 and 10 entry);
- Music (Year 7 entry);
- Indigenous Scholarships (Years 7 – 10 entry); and
- OWCA Presidents’ Award (Year 11 entry), awarded by the Old Wesley Collegians Association to the son or grandson of an Old Scholar.
Conditions apply for each category. For more detailed information, you may access our guide to ‘Wesley Scholarships and Bursaries‘ If you would like to discuss in detail any aspect of Wesley’s scholarship program, please do not hesitate to contact the Enrolments office.
NEEDS-BASED BURSARIES AT WESLEY
A number of bursaries are available to support a well-rounded and committed student who would benefit from a Wesley education, however, due to financial circumstances, would not have the opportunity.
Bursary assistance is dependent on a means-test assessment, an interview, and a report from the applicant’s existing school.
Bursary entry will be considered upon application, either in conjunction with the scholarship process, or through separate application. To discuss bursary entry for your son, please contact the Enrolments Managers, Kelli Henning or Ceili Mitton on +61 8 9368 8032 or email email@example.com.
HOWARD BANTOCK MEMORIAL TRUST BURSARY
This bursary is awarded to a student who demonstrates an ‘empathy for religious thinking and who is demonstrating qualities of Christian stewardship’. The value of the bursary varies according to need and the availability of funds. Where applicable, the rebate is additionally applied to the boarding fee.
Applicants for all Wesley scholarships and bursaries must have Australian citizenship or residency.