Dunmore Lang College offers Scholarships (academic merit) and Bursaries (financial need) to assist new and returning students to successfully complete their university studies.
Dunmore Lang College Bursaries emphasise social inclusion, leadership and equity. Several are awarded on the basis of financial difficulty and/or other needs.
Dunmore Lang College Scholarships recognise academic excellence and/or sporting, cultural, music or artistic achievements.
Each year the College awards over $500,000 in Scholarships and Bursaries. Our Scholarships and Bursaries are divided into two suites:
The Dunmore Lang College Scholarships and Bursaries are administered through the College. Application is directly to the College;
The Macquarie University / Dunmore Lang College Regional and Rural Scholarship and Macquarie University / Dunmore Lang College Indigenous Incentive Scholarship are administered through Macquarie University and application is through Macquarie University.
Future students are encouraged to apply through both avenues.
Dunmore Lang College Scholarships and Bursaries
The key criteria for College awards include a balance of academic merit, extra-curricular activities and achievement, financial need, and the student’s capacity or potential for community service or leadership.
Scholarship applications for 2018 are now open.
Closing date for Semester 1 applications is 5pm Friday 5th January 2018.
Late applications will be wait-listed and considered in order of application.
The Scholarships & Academic Committee assess all shortlisted applications and its decisions are final;
The key criteria for College awards include a balance of academic merit, extra-curricular activities and achievement, financial need, and your capacity or potential for community service or leadership;
The Committee may also take into account other awards which you will hold in 2017 or expect to hold;
Students are also encouraged to check the scholarships page on the university website for other scholarships and bursaries.
The scholarship application form is a part of the accommodation application process.
Macquarie University / Dunmore Lang College Regional and Rural Scholarship
In partnership with Macquarie University, this scholarship was created in recognition of the initial and ongoing costs for a student relocating from regional and rural Australia to study at Macquarie University.
For further information regarding this scholarship, please click here.
Macquarie University / Dunmore Lang College Indigenous Incentive Scholarship
These scholarships are offered in partnership with Walanga Muru, the Office of Indigenous Strategy at Macquarie University. For further information about these scholarships please contact Emily Sutton at firstname.lastname@example.org