1. Academic scholarships are awarded based on the results of the Academic Test and an interview at the discretion of the Head of Campus or delegate.
  2. All other scholarships are awarded based on the written application and supporting documentation and an interview at the discretion of the Head of Campus or delegate.
  3. Applicants are permitted to submit only one Academic Scholarship application for one campus.
  4. To be eligible for a scholarship at Wesley College, candidates must have Australian citizenship or a permanent or temporary residency in Australia.
  5. Students awarded scholarships are required to contribute fully to the life of the College, including maintaining standards as outlined in the scholarship category. The College reserves the right to review a scholar’s performance at any time and withdraw scholarships offered in circumstances where the terms of the scholarship have not been met.
  6. We understand that, the Scholarship is granted with the expectation that a student will complete Year 12 at Wesley College.  Should this not occur, then it is at the discretion of the College to require that the value equivalent to part or all of the Scholarship fee reductions be payable to the College.
  7. At any given time, a student may be the recipient of only one Wesley College scholarship. Only one scholarship may be awarded per family, unless otherwise endorsed by the Principal.
  8. The number of scholarships awarded each year will vary at the discretion of the Principal.
  9. All scholarship applications incur a non-refundable $100 application fee, excluding the Elsternwick Music and Elsternwick Language Scholarships, which do not incur an application fee. The scholarship application fee is waived for current Wesley College students and children/grandchildren of Old Collegians (excluding Academic scholarship applications).
  10. All students applying for an Academic Scholarship will incur a $100 application fee, including current students or child(ren)/grandchild(ren) of an Old Collegian.
  11. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted by the College for an interview. The College reserves the right to not provide feedback about the outcome of an unsuccessful Scholarship application. All applications are reviewed and considered by the relevant Head of Campus and all decisions are final.
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