The EIT Equity – Diversity Access Bursary (Higher Education) strives for and embraces diversity and inclusion among our students. This bursary selection will be determined on a relative need basis.

Value: 10% reduction on your tuition fees (first year only)

Number offered: On-campus – 4 per intake. Online.

Closing date: Cut-off date for bursary applications is 1 month prior to the start date of the course

Applicable To: Future Higher Education students

Delivery Locations: Online and On-Campus

  • Must be starting one of EIT’s Higher Education courses
  • Must meet or exceed the English Language Proficiency requirement for the specific course of study
  • Must meet all other entry requirements for the course

Selection is determined on a relative need basis, prioritizing applicants who are able to demonstrate one or more educational disadvantages via the EIT Equity – Diversity Access Bursary application. The criteria include the following educational disadvantages:

  • Regional or remote background
  • Sole parent responsibilities
  • Carer responsibilities
  • Long-term medical condition / disability or ongoing effect of abuse
  • Indigenous Australian
  • Refugee status
  • Financial hardship

  • Please complete and submit the Scholarship Application Form along with your course application.
  • If you have already submitted your course application you can still send in your Scholarship Application to:
  • Cut-off date for bursary application is 1 month prior to the start date of the course.

  • The bursary value is equal to a 10% reduction on the total first year course tuition fees.
  • The bursary is applicable to only the specific course as indicated in the letter of offer.
  • The bursary discount will be divided evenly across the total amount of units in the course and applied each study period to each unit being undertaken, not in a lump sum.
  • The bursary only covers tuition fees and does not cover any other non-tuition fees or expenses.
  • Students must successfully pass all units attempted each semester/term otherwise the bursary will be revoked by EIT.
  • The bursary will be forfeited if the student defers their course or withdraws from the course, unless otherwise approved by EIT.
  • If a student is involved in any academic misconduct, owes a debt to EIT (i.e. does not pay fees on time) or becomes a student at risk at any time during their course then the bursary will be forfeited.
  • EIT takes academic integrity very seriously and breaches (e.g.: plagiarism, contract cheating, cheating, etc.) are considered academic misconduct.
  • The bursary will not be extended beyond the prescribed course duration or tuition fee amount unless notified otherwise by EIT.
  • Bursary may be applied only toward tuition fees and are subject to review in the case of enrolment changes, extension of the course of study beyond the normal program length, or external tuition bursary support which, when combined with the EIT’sbursary, exceeds the cost of tuition.
  • The 10% reduction will only apply to units to be studied by the student. If a student receives Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), the course tuition fee amount will be reduced accordingly and the 10% bursary will only apply to the reduced course tuition fee amount.
  • The bursary is not redeemable for cash and is not transferable to any other costs. Once the bursary is terminated, it cannot be reinstated.
  • The offer of the bursary is made subject to all information provided by the student being true and accurate.
  • By accepting the offer of the Bursary, each student agrees to the bursary conditions.
  • Students must comply with all of the EIT’s policies and procedures including those relating to conduct.
  • Student must consent to allowing their name, photograph and/or short article to be used for the promotion of EIT.
  • Must be full fee-paying, without existing bursary. Students can apply for multiple bursary, but will only be awarded one bursary.
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