Skip to main content

Menu

During business hours, please see your options to contact Curtin Connect.
SCHOLARSHIPS- If you are experiencing issues with the scholarships application portal, creating an account or logging in, please refer to this help document.

Answer

What are Indigenous Commonwealth Scholarships?

Indigenous Commonwealth Scholarships are to assist Indigenous students from low socio-economic backgrounds to undertake an enabling course, associate degree or bachelor degree at Curtin University.
Curtin University offers the following Commonwealth Scholarships:
  •  Indigenous Commonwealth Education Scholarship (ICECS): For eligible Indigenous students undertaking an enabling, associate degree or bachelor degree who can demonstrate financial hardship.
  •  Indigenous Commonwealth Accommodation Scholarship (ICAS): For eligible Indigenous students undertaking an enabling , associate degree, or bachelor degree who can demonstrate financial hardship and relocated / will be relocating to commence their study.
 
You can apply for both scholarships if you meet the eligibility criteria:
 
Please note:
  • Priority will be given to students from regional or remote area of Australia.
  • The ICECS cannot be held in conjunction with the Student Start-Up Scholarship / Loan offered through Centrelink or the Department of Veterans’ Affairs.
  • The ICAS cannot be held in conjunction with the Relocation Scholarship / ABSTUDY Residential Costs Option offered through Centrelink.
Is this answer helpful?
Updated 28/10/2021 04.15 PM