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Scholarship and Grant Programs

If financial hardship is a barrier to you achieving the study, Scholarship and Grant programs at Kangan Institute may be an option for you. At Kangan Institute, we’re here to support you throughout your study journey. We have scholarships and grants available to help you achieve your goals.

  • Education Support Scholarships

    Education Support Scholarships are available across a number of study areas/departments at Kangan Institute. The scholarship provides a waiver or a reduction of your tuition fee, student services, IT fees and may include other related educational expenses.

    Who is this scholarship for?

    • An Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident of holder of a Permanent Humanitarian Visa (PHV) who’s facing financial hardship.
    • Students need to be offered a place in their chosen course before applying for a scholarship.
    • If you’re under the age of 18, you’ll need to obtain parental/guardian consent before submitting a scholarship application.
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  • Indigenous Education Centre (IEC) Scholarships

    The Indigenous Education Centre Scholarships are specially designed to support our Indigenous students across a variety of study areas.
    Who is this scholarship for?

    • This scholarship only available for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders.
    • Student may also be required to provide proof. i.e. Aboriginality Check during the selection process.
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  • Hume Education Guarantee Scheme

    The Hume Education Guarantee Scheme (HEGS) will assist local Hume students with access to tertiary education opportunities by guaranteeing a place in a course. The Hume Education Guarantee Scheme will work with aspiring tertiary students that have not been offered a place through VTAC but have satisfactorily completed VCE. These students will be able to seek assistance to secure a pathway into a course of interest, most likely to be entry at the diploma level.
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