Scholarships and fees

Our Colleges have a long-held commitment to diversity and inclusion and have a range of scholarships, bursaries and financial assistance programs available to ensure College is accessible to students from a range of backgrounds, experiences and areas of study.

In 2020


$7.5 million

was awarded to students through scholarships and bursaries


$1.6 million

is also paid in part-time employment to students


A third

Over a third of all residents in the colleges receive financial assistance​

fees can be reduced by up to


Before scholarships and bursaries:

Undergraduate fees range from $664‑$826/week for an academic year (36‑39 weeks).
Graduate fees range from $426‑$695/week (up to 52 weeks).

This includes:

  • A private, furnished room​ to make your own.
  • 21 meals per week – 3 meals, 7 days per week​.
  • Full access to academic support programs, including weekly tutorials, career development opportunities, guest speakers and special events.
  • Access to state-of-the-art College facilities, including libraries and study spaces, common rooms, gyms, music rooms, laundries and beautiful gardens.
  • An incredible range of support and recreational programs encompassing social, cultural, sporting, leadership, spiritual, personal and professional development initiatives​.
  • High-speed internet and printing facilities.

How to apply for financial assistance

After submitting your College application, you are able to apply for financial assistance from your first College of preference.

As each college has their own fees and financial assistance programs, it’s best to research what they offer through the College websites.