School of Nursing

  • The Walter and Eliza Hall Trust Opportunity Scholarship

    Value: $10,000 (two scholarships)

    The purpose of the Scholarship is to ensure that a student with a diagnosed physical disability and the absence of money does not stand in the way of the selected person's ability to achieve their maximum potential in terms of a formal tertiary education at The University of Notre Dame, Australia, Sydney campus.

    To be eligible for the Scholarship applicants must:

    a. be currently enrolled at The University of Notre Dame Australia, Sydney as an Undergraduate Student;
    b. have a physical disability (to include, but not limited to: visual or hearing impairments; osteoarthritis; muscular dystrophy; multiple sclerosis; spina bifida; Parkinson’s disease; polio; spinal cord injuries; amputation; paralysis; cerebral palsy) or a medical illness (cancer; epilepsy; diabetes) which impacts their ability to study and ideally be in receipt of a Disability Support Benefit;
    c. be financially disadvantaged;
    d. be studying a minimum of two units per semester;
    e. be a permanent Australian resident; and
    f. be studying as a Commonwealth Supported student (HECS funded).

    Applications close Friday 22 January 2021 at 5pm

    Scholarship Conditions

    Application Form

  • Commonwealth Scholarships

    Further information about government funded scholarships and loans to assist with your tertiary education can be found here.

  • NSW Aboriginal Nursing and Midwifery Cadetship Program and Scholarships

    The NSW Aboriginal Nursing and Midwifery Cadetship Program and Scholarships provide support and financial assistance to Aboriginal people studying or planning to study a nursing or midwifery degree at university.

    They support NSW Health’s commitment to increase the Aboriginal nursing and midwifery workforce and provide a culturally safe healthcare service.

    For more information, and how to apply, visit:

    Applications for the 2021 Aboriginal Nursing and Midwifery Cadetship and Scholarship Program open on 11 January 2021 and close on 31 January 2021.

  • The Vice Chancellor's Humanitarian Scholarship

    Value: Tuition fees of the recipient.

    The purpose of the Scholarship is to assist students holding one of the classes of visa listed in Appendix 1 of the Scholarship Conditions to commence or continue their studies at The University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle and Sydney Campuses.

    The Scholarship has been established by the University in keeping with the University’s commitment to ethics and social justice, within a context of Catholic faith and values.

    To be eligible for consideration, applicants must:

    a. Be from a refugee or asylum seeker background as evidenced by the applicant holding one of the classes of visa listed in Appendix 1 of the Scholarship Conditions which permits the recipient to undertake tertiary studies in Australia; and
    b. Have been offered a place or be enrolled as a student in an undergraduate bachelor program or in the Tertiary Pathway Program at The University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle or Sydney campus.

    Applications are now closed.

    Scholarship Conditions

  • The Fr PJ McGuire Scholarship

    Value: $2,500

    The purpose of the Scholarship is to support students of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, with a preference for Kimberley students, studying at the Broome, Fremantle or Sydney Campus of The University of Notre Dame Australia.

    To be eligible for the Scholarship, applicants must:

    1. Be and state that he/she identifies as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person and is recognised by his/her community as a person of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent;
    2. Be enrolled or accepted for enrolment in an Undergraduate, Postgraduate or VET course at The University of Notre Dame Australia;
    3. Be undertaking their studies internally; and
    4. Be able to demonstrate that their educational opportunities are limited due to adverse circumstances as set out in the Selection Criteria.

    Applications close Thursday 26 November 2020 at 5pm

    Scholarship Conditions

    Application Form

  • The Bupa International Student Award

    Value: $1,000 (Up to 3 Awards)

    The purpose of the Award is to assist and encourage international students, enrolled at The University of Notre Dame Australia, to be involved in the life and culture of the University and the broader community.

    To be eligible for the Scholarship, applicants must:

    1. Be enrolled as an international student at the University in an undergraduate or postgraduate award course;
    2. Continue their enrolment at the University for a minimum of one semester post-award; and
    3. Be a student of good academic standing.

    Students enrolled in Study Abroad or Exchange courses are ineligible.

    Applications are now closed.

    Scholarship Conditions

  • The Bupa International Student Award

    Value: $1,000 (Up to 3 Awards)

    The purpose of the Award is to assist and encourage international students, enrolled at The University of Notre Dame Australia, to be involved in the life and culture of the University and the broader community.

    To be eligible for the Scholarship, applicants must:

    1. Be enrolled as an international student at the University in an undergraduate or postgraduate award course;
    2. Continue their enrolment at the University for a minimum of one semester post-award; and
    3. Be a student of good academic standing.

    Students enrolled in Study Abroad or Exchange courses are ineligible.

    Applications are now closed.

    Scholarship Conditions