If so, a Gordon Scholarship may be an option for you. Scholarships help students pay the financial costs of studying at The Gordon. Scholarships range from $500 to $5000, and are awarded to students to help cover the costs associated with studying, i.e. course fees, books, equipment, living and travel expenses.
Over the years The Gordon has enjoyed many important and valued partnerships. Through the generosity of these benefactors, scholarships and financial assistance have been made available to assist students to achieve their educational goals.
The aim of scholarships in this category are to provide financial assistance if you are facing financial difficulties and to enable you to pursue your studies. They are designed to assist in paying your enrolment fees, books and equipment, so are awarded at the commencement of the year. You may be thinking about studying at The Gordon or currently studying at The Gordon. You must apply online for these scholarships.
The aim of scholarships and bursaries in this category are to reward academic excellence, demonstrated leadership and community involvement whilst overcoming obstacles to succeed in education and career. The scholarships in this category will be awarded in March from January until of the academic year of the course undertaken. You must apply online for these scholarships.
Scholarships for specific trades/areas of study are made available through the generosity of businesses in specific trade or commerce areas. Depending on the benefactor’s wishes, the scholarships may be awarded either at the commencement as Access and Equity or in April. They may be prospective students or currently enrolled. Some scholarships in this category will be via online student application and others will be teacher nominated.
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