Wesley’s Learning in Residence (Boarding) Scholarship offers students the opportunity to live and learn within the contemporary boarding facilities at the Glen Waverley Campus.

Scholarships for Learning in Residence (Boarding) are available to new and current students entering Years 9, 10 or 11 in 2022 who are Australian citizens who demonstrate excellence in both academic and cocurricular endeavours and who will contribute strongly to the boarding community.

Applicants will be able to demonstrate their leadership and community service achievements and outline how the College and boarding community will benefit by offering them a scholarship. Applicants shortlisted for an interview will be required to supply evidence of their accomplishments and reasons for wanting to attend Wesley College.

The Learning in Residence Scholarship typically awards a 50% reduction in tuition and boarding fees.

We encourage families to attend a campus tour or open day prior to the scholarship closing date if possible.

Applications for 2022 entry will open on Monday 16 November 2020 and will close at 5pm on Friday October 8 2021.

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Eligibility

To be eligible for the Learning in Residence (Boarding) Scholarship, applicants must be:

  • a new or current student entering our Glen Waverley Campus boarding program in Years 9, 10 or 11 in 2022
  • an Australian citizen.

Candidates may apply for either the Learning in Residence Boarding Scholarship or the Lewis Posner Boarding Scholarship and are not permitted to apply for both.

Selection criteria

Applicants are assessed using a combination of the following selection criteria:

  • excellent academic records
  • demonstrated outstanding achievement, and contribution, in an aspect of College life such as sport, music, performance or visual arts
  • examples of leadership and community service
  • demonstrated contribution to the candidate’s current school community and passion and potential for contributing to Wesley College.
Required documentation

The following documents are required for your application to be processed:

  • the applicant’s most recent school report.
  • a recent photograph of the applicant.
  • the applicant’s most current NAPLAN results, or if no test has previously been completed, then a second school report
  • a statement from the applicant outlining how they will contribute to the Wesley community (addressing the selection criteria above). Accepted file formats include: PNG, JPG, PDF, DOC and DOCX.
  • a completed Enrolment Questionnaire, which will be sent to you to complete once your application has been received.
Application fee

Applications incur a non-refundable $100 application fee.

This fee is waived for current students and children/grandchildren of Old Collegians.

Terms and Conditions apply

Application process
STEP 1. APPLY ONLINE

To begin, click on the ‘Apply now’ button below.

You will be asked to provide evidence of the applicant’s suitability, addressing the selection criteria outlined above.

You will receive an acknowledgement email once your application is received.

Please note: Supporting documents not listed as part of the required documentation above will not be considered.

We encourage families to attend a campus tour or open day prior to the scholarship closing date if possible.

STEP 2. ENROLMENT QUESTIONNAIRE

Shortlisted applicants will be sent an Enrolment Questionnaire to complete for your child. This must be completed and returned with the relevant specialists reports or supporting documentation (as required) in order to progress to an interview.

STEP 3. INTERVIEW

On receipt of the Enrolment Questionnaire, you will be invited to an interview with the Head of Boarding and Head of Campus (or delegates). Interviews are held in person or via video conference, depending on the applicant’s location.

STEP 4. SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED

Successful applicants will be sent a letter of offer via email. To formally accept, applicants pay a one-off confirmation fee of $1200 and Tuition Contribution fee of $2800. These fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable.

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